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March 13, 2013, 04:01:33 PM
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Having a 1 in 500 chance of winning every day for six months, or so, and with a mix of more recent newbs than members who are
moving on to become established on the forum, is probably not a bad balance.  What does everybody think?    Smiley

I like the 1 in 500 chance of winning every day for six months, I might start now with
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It means I have 365/2/500 chance of getting how much ?


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March 13, 2013, 04:04:19 PM
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I have found one site, http://bcgenerator.com
Can someone tell me is this legit? I'm looking for some free bitcoins because I'm new in this 'subject' and still searching for something working.
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March 13, 2013, 04:09:54 PM
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I have found one site, http://bcgenerator.com
Can someone tell me is this legit? I'm looking for some free bitcoins because I'm new in this 'subject' and still searching for something working.

"It's take me about 2-3 minutes to get my 2 Bitcoins."

Obviously a scam.  Is this your site?  Pretending to be someone asking something like "Can someone tell me is this legit?" is a common scammer technique to get people checking out their site. 

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March 13, 2013, 04:13:03 PM
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im into this lotto too

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Having a 1 in 500 chance of winning every day for six months, or so, and with a mix of more recent newbs than members who are
moving on to become established on the forum, is probably not a bad balance.  What does everybody think?    Smiley

I like the 1 in 500 chance of winning every day for six months, I might start now with
14TQui9p8vapTnREiftofENvc3BgHGQUkG

It means I have 365/2/500 chance of getting how much ?


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March 13, 2013, 04:16:14 PM
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Having a 1 in 500 chance of winning every day for six months, or so, and with a mix of more recent newbs than members who are
moving on to become established on the forum, is probably not a bad balance.  What does everybody think?    Smiley

I like the 1 in 500 chance of winning every day for six months, I might start now with
14TQui9p8vapTnREiftofENvc3BgHGQUkG

It means I have 365/2/500 chance of getting how much ?

It varies.  Go through the list of sites and see how much you get each day.  Not much, but something to get you started learning about how to receive and send BTC.

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
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Thanks for your input. 

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March 13, 2013, 04:48:09 PM
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Bitcrate was refilled briefly this morning but is empty again.

Bithits is back up.

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March 13, 2013, 05:43:01 PM
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coinurl.com is not on the same server as opfab.

there was a power outage in the switzerland datacenter where opfab is.  we might just move it to a different server if they keep that up.

TERRIBLY sorry about the server slowness.  I have upgraded coinurl.com's server to over double the memory (now 32GB) and the hard drive was a 2TB now it's a 120GB SSD so it should be MUCH faster for the database.  new server should be live tonight, I got it mostly set up yesterday.  tried for days to tune our 16GB server but there are just too many requests for it to handle.

I am working with someone who will do a rewrite of the coinurl.com banner distribution code so we can handle 1000x more requests, I guess when the orig owner set it up he hadn't had resources in mind.


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March 13, 2013, 07:14:46 PM
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coinurl.com is not on the same server as opfab.

there was a power outage in the switzerland datacenter where opfab is.  we might just move it to a different server if they keep that up.

TERRIBLY sorry about the server slowness.  I have upgraded coinurl.com's server to over double the memory (now 32GB) and the hard drive was a 2TB now it's a 120GB SSD so it should be MUCH faster for the database.  new server should be live tonight, I got it mostly set up yesterday.  tried for days to tune our 16GB server but there are just too many requests for it to handle.

I am working with someone who will do a rewrite of the coinurl.com banner distribution code so we can handle 1000x more requests, I guess when the orig owner set it up he hadn't had resources in mind.



Thanks for the explanation. 

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March 13, 2013, 10:39:04 PM
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The EasyBitco.in site is back.  

( If you were a member before you will probably have to register again with this site relaunch. )

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March 14, 2013, 12:45:12 AM
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Bitvisitor's payments seem to be delayed again today. ( They usually payout right away ) Will watch to see if they show up within 24hrs.

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March 14, 2013, 03:31:52 AM
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March 14, 2013, 07:29:46 AM
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coinurl.com is not on the same server as opfab.

there was a power outage in the switzerland datacenter where opfab is.  we might just move it to a different server if they keep that up.

TERRIBLY sorry about the server slowness.  I have upgraded coinurl.com's server to over double the memory (now 32GB) and the hard drive was a 2TB now it's a 120GB SSD so it should be MUCH faster for the database.  new server should be live tonight, I got it mostly set up yesterday.  tried for days to tune our 16GB server but there are just too many requests for it to handle.

I am working with someone who will do a rewrite of the coinurl.com banner distribution code so we can handle 1000x more requests, I guess when the orig owner set it up he hadn't had resources in mind.



Thanks for the explanation. 

CoinURL got it's server upgraded! Yay!

The 32GB in the server is amazing, so much headroom, and the SSD just made a world of difference.

Since the server writes to the database constantly, there were tons of tiny little writes coming in every second of every day, and the spinning disk could not keep up.  The SSD can handle very well with random reads and writes, so I think we can expect great performance for a long time! 

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March 14, 2013, 10:24:41 AM
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To get started simply register and click on the 'OFFERS' tab and click one of the offerwalls. These offerwalls provide surveys and offers direct to you based on geo location, that way you will only get suitable offers and targeted surveys. I suggest clicking Offers > Paymentwall > Survey of the day. These surveys are nice, easy and a quick way to get started! and have a very good payout! atm there is a survey offering 118 point = 0.0118 BTC or $1.18 mt.gox code.

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March 14, 2013, 03:52:47 PM
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whats going on with the newbie lotto?


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March 14, 2013, 04:08:24 PM
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Hey! feeling lucky =)

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March 14, 2013, 04:54:47 PM
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Hey! feeling lucky =)

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March 14, 2013, 04:55:12 PM
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Easybitco.in is a scam site !!
The owners made the site go offline about week before payout day, because they were "fixing bugs".
Than re-opened it after payout day and I see by looking at the number of registered accounts at the bottom that the site has now only 2 registered members, meaning they deleted ALL the old accounts without paying out earnings.
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March 14, 2013, 05:03:25 PM
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Easybitco.in is a scam site !!
The owners made the site go offline about week before payout day, because they were "fixing bugs".
Than re-opened it after payout day and I see by looking at the number of registered accounts at the bottom that the site has now only 2 registered members, meaning they deleted ALL the old accounts without paying out earnings.


Hmm...   Thanks for this information.   

Were you one of those members? Did you not get paid what you were owed?  Can anyone else confirm this?

I am pretty sure I got paid everything they owed me. Maybe I got lucky by withdrawing before the site redesign? 

Btw, they currently have:
94 Registered Members
8 New Members Today

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March 14, 2013, 05:17:30 PM
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Yes I never got paid and can't log in to my account. (and can't retrieve my password either, email is not found in database)
I never reached the payout limit though, so I never had a change to attempt a payout.

The site only had 2 registers members for many days after the site got back up. Seems like many new members registered in the last few days, or maybe that number counter isn't accurate at all.
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March 14, 2013, 05:53:41 PM
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Yes I never got paid and can't log in to my account. (and can't retrieve my password either, email is not found in database)
I never reached the payout limit though, so I never had a change to attempt a payout.

The site only had 2 registers members for many days after the site got back up. Seems like many new members registered in the last few days, or maybe that number counter isn't accurate at all.

Yes, one does need to register again.  And it was displaying those 2 registered users for a long time, even before anyone else could register a new account... probably for testing the new site.  Will keep an eye on it to see if it pays out what it should going forward. 


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