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March 25, 2013, 03:28:55 PM
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@everyone

PM me your bitcoin address if you're having problems with bitcoinfaucet.at - I'll check it.

I had to add some additional checks (so your payment may become invalid even if it says it's valid) due to people using it more than once per 12 hours & using servers / vpn / proxies / simply switching between several ip addresses in their dynamic range.

Maybe this could make your legit payment invalid even when it should work - I'm not sure if I should just allow people to take bitcoins more than once per 12 hours and reduce the amount or add something to verify if a visitor went to bitcoinfaucet.at only once....any suggestions?

btw.: I had to upgrade the hosting for ~EUR 300 and the increasing exchange rate makes it difficult to keep it running - the 0.01 limit has been added because it lowers the tx fees for me and it will be easier for YOU to spend them.

Thanks for the response. I will add a link to your post, quoted above, with your site's listing. 
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March 25, 2013, 03:34:37 PM
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Sounds cool. 18GwsYZw9ZWzcioRgPpXkjtDpX6GZpvLfr
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March 25, 2013, 03:37:33 PM
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Nice thread!

Would like to join the lotto with this address: 14QvkYFS6spMgwUQrftbhanxRJnFtHkHoW

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Sounds cool. 18GwsYZw9ZWzcioRgPpXkjtDpX6GZpvLfr

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March 25, 2013, 05:41:43 PM
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bitcoinfaucet.at

A link in the first post changed my accumulated bitcoins from a 0.003 number to 0.0003

Of course their minimum payout is 0.01

This site should have a very large disclaimer beside it.



Umm... who did what now? 
Could you give more information about what exactly your issue is?   

I have gone to the site at least once a day and waited the 120 seconds.  Today after entering my wallet and code the new screen appeared and my total accumulated was 0.0003xxx bitcoins where before it was 0.003xxxx.  I'm sorry I don't remember the exact number since the screen  that shows the total only appears for a second or two before showing another screen.  Hopefully other members don't have this happen to them and if they do then they'll chime in.

In my recent tests everything worked fine for me. The balance for the address I used was incremented properly. After I waited for the timer to run down, and input my address, it showed how much I received for that one session along with the total received for that address.  I will remove the * from the entry in the list, but leave the link for others who may be having problems.

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March 25, 2013, 06:00:52 PM
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Hey Folks,

Im intrested in alternative economics and stuff and bitcoin surely is a major player in this aspect.

because im new, i need those bitcoins! Wink

Heres my adress: 1BW3XoA4Lz1pYgPNv3in9HgDuCdW2UQAfL


And im a newbie for sure...
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March 25, 2013, 06:55:50 PM
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Hey Folks,

Im intrested in alternative economics and stuff and bitcoin surely is a major player in this aspect.

because im new, i need those bitcoins! Wink

Heres my adress: 1BW3XoA4Lz1pYgPNv3in9HgDuCdW2UQAfL


And im a newbie for sure...

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March 25, 2013, 08:28:53 PM
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Free.BTC.pt now has an affiliate program.
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March 25, 2013, 09:04:33 PM
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Bookmarked, thanks Cheesy
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March 25, 2013, 10:10:09 PM
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Free.BTC.pt now has an affiliate program.


Yeah, and we also tripled the captcha reward, to 300 Satoshis for each correctly resolved captcha!
I messed up the affiliate system, and for some hours affiliate ID's weren't being registered in the database, so I'll keep the captcha reward up for the next week, to remind me of how silly I am. Tongue

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Free.BTC.pt now has an affiliate program.


Yeah, and we also tripled the captcha reward, to 300 Satoshis for each correctly resolved captcha!
I messed up the affiliate system, and for some hours affiliate ID's weren't being registered in the database, so I'll keep the captcha reward up for the next week, to remind me of how silly I am. Tongue

Thanks for the info. 
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March 26, 2013, 03:33:43 AM
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Winner of today's draw: freakying99
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March 26, 2013, 04:37:38 AM
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Very Cool thread. I was a little worried about creating an account here. All you hear over on the BFL forums is that Bitcointalk is full of "trolls".
But it seems that generally people are pretty nice (I've only been through the newbies section so far)

Looking forward to posting more!

Here's my address: 17AF1ZoSdZazRLXw2Efqq2SNHZ3wgrXoa
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March 26, 2013, 05:56:45 AM
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Yea, i guess they are free bitcoins, but they are fking little ammounts
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March 26, 2013, 07:49:35 AM
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Awesome list, very helpful to stick to the sites that will actually pay out, haha. Thanks for being here for us newbies.

I have the worst luck at winning things but I will throw my address into the mix: 1h7myCrFzvBkzLaLHg4JzKdAGbU1XxJYp
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March 26, 2013, 11:12:12 AM
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Great info about Free bitcoin websites.

i use some of them on a daily basis  Grin


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March 26, 2013, 03:28:44 PM
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Very Cool thread. I was a little worried about creating an account here. All you hear over on the BFL forums is that Bitcointalk is full of "trolls".
But it seems that generally people are pretty nice (I've only been through the newbies section so far)

Looking forward to posting more!

Here's my address: 17AF1ZoSdZazRLXw2Efqq2SNHZ3wgrXoa

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Awesome list, very helpful to stick to the sites that will actually pay out, haha. Thanks for being here for us newbies.

I have the worst luck at winning things but I will throw my address into the mix: 1h7myCrFzvBkzLaLHg4JzKdAGbU1XxJYp

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March 26, 2013, 04:31:05 PM
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Yea, i guess they are free bitcoins, but they are fking little ammounts
If the price goes us like many enthusiasts think they will... those fking little amounts are going to be fking big amounts

Back in the latter part of 2011 some sites and people would think nothing of giving away 1 or 2 BTC.
Some sites had prizes and jackpots at 5 and even as much as 10 BTC at times.
Coinbase was giving away 0.10 BTC in their promotional referral program.
If many people used your referral link you could get a fair amount of BTC.  There are many other examples...
and people would complain back then about the small amounts given out here and there.
Those amounts are not quite as small now, and that was less than 2 years ago.     

When people complain about the small amounts that are given away for free I just smile.    Grin

Of course it isn't about making lots of money from free sites:

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930
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March 26, 2013, 06:15:26 PM
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Bookmarked, thanks Cheesy

You're welcome!
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March 26, 2013, 06:37:07 PM
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Back in the latter part of 2011 some sites and people would think nothing of giving away 1 or 2 BTC.
Some sites had prizes and jackpots at 5 and even as much as 10 BTC at times.
Coinbase was giving away 0.10 BTC in their promotional referral program.
If many people used your referral link you could get a fair amount of BTC.  There are many other examples...
and people would complain back then about the small amounts given out here and there.
Those amounts are not quite as small now, and that was less than 2 years ago.     

When people complain about the small amounts that are given away for free I just smile.    Grin

Of course it isn't about making lots of money from free sites:

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930

I agree.  Years from now, and if BTC value goes up, free BTC might only be 10 satoshi.  Its better to get some free BTC today while learning more about bitcoins.
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March 26, 2013, 08:12:54 PM
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Back in the latter part of 2011 some sites and people would think nothing of giving away 1 or 2 BTC.
Some sites had prizes and jackpots at 5 and even as much as 10 BTC at times.
Coinbase was giving away 0.10 BTC in their promotional referral program.
If many people used your referral link you could get a fair amount of BTC.  There are many other examples...
and people would complain back then about the small amounts given out here and there.
Those amounts are not quite as small now, and that was less than 2 years ago.     

When people complain about the small amounts that are given away for free I just smile.    Grin

Of course it isn't about making lots of money from free sites:

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930

I agree.  Years from now, and if BTC value goes up, free BTC might only be 10 satoshi.  Its better to get some free BTC today while learning more about bitcoins.

Get them while they are fresh!   Wink

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