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September 25, 2012, 01:15:46 AM
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One more, hope a bit of self advertising is ok where relevant.

http://btcfaucet.com/

Only meant to give BTC for actual beginners though, and not daily. More restrictions apply than with other faucet sites (no proxies allowed) but pays 0.003 for Google and 0.003 for Facebook connect (0.006 total).

Please only use this is you really're really just starting off. I'm hoping this will help a lot of people a bunch, and not a bunch of people a lot :-)

Cheers!

I created a wallet there to try it out.  I set a password as suggested. Copy/pasted it in both of the fields there and then hit the "set password" button. It brought up another page asking for that password again, which I pasted in, and hit the "open wallet" button and received the message "Invalid password".   hmm...  Undecided

What gives? 

I am glad I didn't link my google or facebook accounts to this, as you ask people to do.   

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September 25, 2012, 01:37:19 AM
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On DailyBTC.com, do I get any extra for having 4 amounts match? I'll find out soon enough...



Good question. Let us know what you find. 

I believe I got .004 BTC, the same as what showed up 4 times on the "ticket", so no increase.

Thanks for the info.

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September 25, 2012, 03:41:37 PM
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Status change on a few sites:

Free bitcoins - netlookup.se ( Not paying out )
Estimated payout: 20 µBTC/visitor

Bitcoincaptha.org ( Not paying out )

BTCFree.net ( gone )

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Also dailybitcoins is back up if you haven't already noticed. 

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September 25, 2012, 04:08:22 PM
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hit the "open wallet" button and received the message "Invalid password"

Sorry about that.

Any chance that you used one of these browser-automatic-password-generator type thingies that do not respect the max width of the password input?

Since you obviously don't have BTC in it yet, there's no risk involved so I'll be happy to help you get back the wallet if you send me a PM with its address.



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September 25, 2012, 06:53:52 PM
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hit the "open wallet" button and received the message "Invalid password"

Sorry about that.

Any chance that you used one of these browser-automatic-password-generator type thingies that do not respect the max width of the password input?

I create an entry in a password manager and just copy/paste from there. I use more than 20 characters with upper-case/lower-case/special-characters etc.
Do you have any restrictions on what a person can use as a password?

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Since you obviously don't have BTC in it yet, there's no risk involved so I'll be happy to help you get back the wallet if you send me a PM with its address.

That's okay. I don't trust online wallets... except ones like blockchain.info/wallet which doesn't store the private keys on their server.

No offense, but how do we know you aren't just creating a hacker database with those passwords cross-referenced to the aliases, names, email addresses and other information you get when people link their google and facebook accounts to your wallet? How do we know you won't just run away with the BTC that people deposit at your wallet? 

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September 25, 2012, 08:26:59 PM
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Bunny racers for today have been rewarded. See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108834.msg1220573#msg1220573 for details.

A feature will be added to the site soon. Stay tuned and keep visiting us @ http://bunnyrun.co.cc  Wink

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September 26, 2012, 03:47:20 PM
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Seems bitcrate has been empty for a couple days... or did I just miss the windows when it was refilled? 

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September 26, 2012, 04:13:07 PM
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Seems bitcrate has been empty for a couple days... or did I just miss the windows when it was refilled? 

I can confirm BitCrate is empty couple of days, I checking it like 6x / day
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September 26, 2012, 05:40:04 PM
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I create an entry in a password manager and just copy/paste from there.

Protip: when you do that, make sure the password field you're copy/pasting into is not shorter than the password (input's maxlength property).

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I use more than 20 characters with upper-case/lower-case/special-characters etc.

I'm pretty sure you'll manage to open the wallet if you only use the first 20 characters or whatever password you set.
I can see how people generating pw's is normal, so I'm raising the limit. Is 32 chars enough or should I not stop below 100? :-)

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Do you have any restrictions on what a person can use as a password?

No. Reason: the wallet starts with no-password for simplicity, so anything you set should be better.

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That's okay. I don't trust online wallets... except ones like blockchain.info/wallet which doesn't store the private keys on their server.

I think you misunderstand how it works. In short: I don't store the user's private keys on the server (neither the system wallet's key).
This is all very irrelevant by the way (or should i say there are a dozen things that are a lot more important security wise).

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No offense, but how do we know you aren't just creating a hacker database with those passwords cross-referenced to the aliases, names, email addresses

"Hacker databases" are created everywhere automatically by users who re-use their passwords. Take your concern to them.

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How do we know you won't just run away with the BTC that people deposit at your wallet?

How do you know blockchain.info won't just run away with the BTC?

Reminder: I suggested the free bitcoin (faucet) functionality, I never asked anyone to use the wallet part. The wallet's primary purpose is to receive the coins you get from the faucet and BitBack.


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September 26, 2012, 06:35:05 PM
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Seems bitcrate has been empty for a couple days... or did I just miss the windows when it was refilled? 

I can confirm BitCrate is empty couple of days, I checking it like 6x / day

Thanks for the confirmation. 

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I create an entry in a password manager and just copy/paste from there.

Protip: when you do that, make sure the password field you're copy/pasting into is not shorter than the password (input's maxlength property).

Protip: If you limit passwords to 20 characters, or have other restrictions, tell your users up front about it, instead of
after they find themselves locked out of the wallet they created.   Wink

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That's okay. I don't trust online wallets... except ones like blockchain.info/wallet which doesn't store the private keys on their server.

I think you misunderstand how it works. In short: I don't store the user's private keys on the server (neither the system wallet's key).
This is all very irrelevant by the way (or should i say there are a dozen things that are a lot more important security wise).

It is not irrelevant at all for anyone interested in securing their coins.  Again you should do a better job of explaining how things work at your site, on your site.

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No offense, but how do we know you aren't just creating a hacker database with those passwords cross-referenced to the aliases, names, email addresses

"Hacker databases" are created everywhere automatically by users who re-use their passwords. Take your concern to them.
 

I must say that doesn't inspire confidence.  Your response to a concern like that is something along the lines of, "Hackers do that thing all the time so don't worry about us doing it."   

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Reminder: I suggested the free bitcoin (faucet) functionality, I never asked anyone to use the wallet part. The wallet's primary purpose is to receive the coins you get from the faucet and BitBack.

Those two sentences seem to contradict each other... or if not then please explain how one can get free bitcoins from your site without using that wallet part?


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September 26, 2012, 07:58:56 PM
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September 26, 2012, 09:58:52 PM
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It is not irrelevant at all for anyone interested in securing their coins.  Again you should do a better job of explaining how things work at your site, on your site.

There might be a communication problem here. You talked about private keys but I can't really be sure that you're talking about the private wallet file or not. If you'd be kind enough to be specific I'd appreciate it.

For example, if you are, the situation is the same: the wallet provider has a wallet and you're "renting" an address. This means that the blockchain.info web software needs to be able to transfer out of the wallet, which means the coins can be stolen. Whether the wallet file is on a different server or not does not change this fact.

Again, please excuse me if I misunderstood what you meant.


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I must say that doesn't inspire confidence.  Your response to a concern like that is something along the lines of, "Hackers do that thing all the time so don't worry about us doing it." 

That is NOT what I said, nor is it "along the lines". I WAS pointing out that the real problem is with people re-using passwords. If you are afraid that I am going to "steal your password", then just use a completely new one (which of course you should, regardless). It's that simple. I'm not the only one running a faucet site, the most popular one is also using Google for verification. I don't see you being so hostile towards everyone on the internet who has social app connect - so what makes me so special?


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Reminder: I suggested the free bitcoin (faucet) functionality, I never asked anyone to use the wallet part. The wallet's primary purpose is to receive the coins you get from the faucet and BitBack.
Those two sentences seem to contradict each other... or if not then please explain how one can get free bitcoins from your site without using that wallet part?

So you're basically telling me (with a poker face) that using the wallet for 5 seconds to transfer the 0.006 you get out to your own wallet somewhere else a security risk?

I think this was a given to anyone not looking for "contradictions" of this epic nature, but if the 'other' people are wondering: when I say "i am not asking people to use the wallet" I mean actually using it to store your own bitcoins in it, not use it for 5 seconds to transfer my gifted bitcoins to yourself. Sheesh.


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September 27, 2012, 08:05:29 AM
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started this site free bitcoin website -> bitcoins.so

get 0.01 BTC , no registration/signup and no gambling


Nice new faucet but,

on home page it says:

"There are
0.1 Bitcoins
Bitcoins will be added occasionaly"

and when matching two dices and submitting bitcoin address it says:

"Sending Bitcoins
Account has insufficient funds (or not enough confirmations) to complete this action.
Thank You !"

Suggestions:
-update the amount left on homepage
-restrict to use only one spin / 24 hours / IP / bitcoin address
-make 3 dices to mach for a chance 1 out of 36 to win (currently 1 out of 6 will not last too much)
-decrease the win amount to 0.001 so it lasts more (send once a day all payouts in one transaction to save tx fees)
-maybe the amount of bitmills will be based on matching dices (for example 333 => 0.003, 666 => 0.006)
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September 27, 2012, 11:45:49 AM
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started this site free bitcoin website -> bitcoins.so

get 0.01 BTC , no registration/signup and no gambling

I've got my bitcoins 1-2 minutes after winning the game, thank you!

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September 27, 2012, 03:17:08 PM
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I don't see you being so hostile towards everyone on the internet who has social app connect - so what makes me so special?

You feel you have earned the same level of trust as Gavin Andresen have you?  lol

And hostile? Some would rather see it as valuable feedback to use in improving their business. You want to see hostility then wait until someone loses some of their money because of the lack of due care and attention in developing your site.  But then you can just blame them instead of learning how to serve your customers better... just another dumbass who doesn't know how to use a password.  Roll Eyes

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September 27, 2012, 03:21:15 PM
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started this site free bitcoin website -> bitcoins.so

get 0.01 BTC , no registration/signup and no gambling

Thanks I will check it out. 

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September 27, 2012, 07:30:28 PM
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Bunny racers rewards  distributed. Check https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108834.msg1226067#msg1226067 for details.


I've grown to realize the joy that comes from little victoriesbunny racing is preferable to the fun that comes from ease and the pursuit of pleasure.  Cheesy

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September 28, 2012, 01:27:57 AM
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BitCrate ‏@BitCrate ( tweet )

"Hi everyone. It's been a few days since bitcrate has had sufficient funds to do payouts. Sad As soon as possible my friends."

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