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July 01, 2013, 10:33:05 PM
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I've watched several videos on Land of Bitcoin this morning and none of them have paid out.  Anyone having better luck?

A couple videos paid out recently...

Land of Bitcoin is this one ?
http://www.landofbitcoin.com/

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You have to register to get the video ?

Yes I think so. You don't have to give them your email address or other personal information.
It helps to be a peerbet user as well - you have a lower minimum for withdrawals and you get more from completing the captcha every 5 minutes.

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How much do they pay per video ?

4000 Sat. 
Virool videos show up on the left side of the main page from time to time. 
You only need to watch 30 seconds or so before clicking the "I watched it" button. 

Thank you.
bitcoinget pays 5000/video so I'll watch the videos there before going to Land of Bitcoin in case virool keeps track of me Smiley
I hope there will be more competitions so they will have to pay us more.
It's tough for bitvisit to compete for our time when these sites pay 4x, 5x more without "transaction fee"

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July 01, 2013, 10:56:17 PM
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First off, Portnoy, thanks for this thread!  Now that I have my miner up and running I'm going to pad my pockets with some of these sites.  Also, I'd like to be added to the lotto.

My BTC address is: 1AR2FxnFK9cxZ4YbU6hn1hWW1N3JiCEjYk


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July 02, 2013, 12:11:45 AM
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free realtime bitcoin charts at http://www.tradingview.com
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July 02, 2013, 12:20:14 AM
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free realtime bitcoin charts at http://www.tradingview.com
Cool site

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July 02, 2013, 12:21:55 AM
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Thank you very much. It would be great to improve it based on the feedback from bitcointalk.
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July 02, 2013, 04:22:47 AM
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Winner of today's draw: mariaki
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July 02, 2013, 03:48:56 PM
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BitHits is back up.

Bitcrate has been empty a very long time.
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July 02, 2013, 04:51:38 PM
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Maybe the list could have a little more organization, like sorting by reward and frequency. Some of the sites offer higher minimum prizes, 1000 satoshi per captcha, while all the many coinbox sites are just 100 satoshi per captcha.
also, listing the minimum payout (and any payout fee) would help the user figure out how long they have to hit a faucet before they can get a payout.


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July 02, 2013, 05:38:58 PM
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free bit coins sounds too good to be true NYC;)

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July 02, 2013, 07:18:53 PM
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Maybe the list could have a little more organization, like sorting by reward and frequency. Some of the sites offer higher minimum prizes, 1000 satoshi per captcha, while all the many coinbox sites are just 100 satoshi per captcha.
also, listing the minimum payout (and any payout fee) would help the user figure out how long they have to hit a faucet before they can get a payout.

Things change too much with these sites to make that practical... maybe if maintaining this list was my full time job...

These things are easily determined after one runs through the list a couple time.  

Following this thread also will allow one to hear all kinds of feedback on these various sites:
which site is down; which one has changed its payout structure; which is the highest paying; which pays out most regularly; which one is often empty...  etc. etc.  
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July 02, 2013, 07:24:06 PM
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Maybe the list could have a little more organization, like sorting by reward and frequency. Some of the sites offer higher minimum prizes, 1000 satoshi per captcha, while all the many coinbox sites are just 100 satoshi per captcha.
also, listing the minimum payout (and any payout fee) would help the user figure out how long they have to hit a faucet before they can get a payout.

Things change too much with these sites to make that practical... maybe if maintaining this list was my full time job...

These things are easily determined after one runs through the list a couple time.  

Following this thread also will allow one to hear all kinds of feedback on these various sites:
which site is down; which one has changed its payout structure; which is the highest paying; which pays out most regularly; which one is often empty...  etc. etc.  

If it is a huge hassle I can help you for free Portnoy. PM me if interested.

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July 02, 2013, 08:07:49 PM
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this is interesting indeed
all the while i thought the only way to get coins are either to buy them or mine them
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July 02, 2013, 09:03:34 PM
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Maybe the list could have a little more organization, like sorting by reward and frequency. Some of the sites offer higher minimum prizes, 1000 satoshi per captcha, while all the many coinbox sites are just 100 satoshi per captcha.
also, listing the minimum payout (and any payout fee) would help the user figure out how long they have to hit a faucet before they can get a payout.

Things change too much with these sites to make that practical... maybe if maintaining this list was my full time job...

These things are easily determined after one runs through the list a couple time.  

Following this thread also will allow one to hear all kinds of feedback on these various sites:
which site is down; which one has changed its payout structure; which is the highest paying; which pays out most regularly; which one is often empty...  etc. etc.  

If it is a huge hassle I can help you for free Portnoy. PM me if interested.

There isn't a big problem with maintaining this list, and despite how it might appear there is a logical system behind how it is organized...
based mainly on what sites have been on the list the longest and on reliability... etc. 

But of course feel free to post here in this thread any information on any of these sites which you feel is relevant.

Thanks
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July 03, 2013, 12:23:47 AM
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free bit coins sounds too good to be true NYC;)

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90718.msg1046513#msg1046513
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July 03, 2013, 02:46:29 AM
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this is interesting indeed
all the while i thought the only way to get coins are either to buy them or mine them

You can also get them by selling products and services for them, among other ways...
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July 03, 2013, 07:19:03 AM
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Hello!

Could I get BitsPoker.com in your list?

It's an online bitcoin accepting poker room. For now there's a promotional Beta(players can win up to 0.50btc by playing for free). But once the Beta is over(June 30), we'll have freerolls Smiley.

Awesome list by the way!

About the freerolls...  will you require the winner to use them to gamble with at your site or can they withdraw the full amount right away? Are there any conditions or restrictions?

Anyone who tries this site please let us know about your experience there. 

Thanks

Hello,
I have tried out bitspoker and it seems fine. The problem now is it is in beta mode and freeroll chips can only be withdrawable after Jun.30.
I mean that the chips you win before june 30 are nothing but play money ( unless you get yourselves in the top 3 ranks) .
It looks very similar too SealswithClubs poker. Client buttons/functions are pretty similar. The client is browser based , so no installation is required.

And about the withdrawing of chips from free-rolls: Currently the Deposit, withdraw and transfer options are disabled.

Seems pretty neat for beta.
Hope I helped,
Regards,
Jibit.

Yes, thanks for the report. 




Hello, Ive got more information about  this now.
I earned about 53.35 chips from free rolls and made a cashout today. 10chips=1$. So yeah the bitcoins reached my wallet.This site is good. THERE IS a minimum withdrawal amount of 50 chips too.

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July 03, 2013, 07:23:27 AM
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Here is one i have used for well over a year You can either generate by yourself or put it on websites if you own any

http://www.bitcoinplus.com/

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July 03, 2013, 10:36:44 AM
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Maybe the list could have a little more organization, like sorting by reward and frequency. Some of the sites offer higher minimum prizes, 1000 satoshi per captcha, while all the many coinbox sites are just 100 satoshi per captcha.
also, listing the minimum payout (and any payout fee) would help the user figure out how long they have to hit a faucet before they can get a payout.

Things change too much with these sites to make that practical... maybe if maintaining this list was my full time job...

These things are easily determined after one runs through the list a couple time.  

Following this thread also will allow one to hear all kinds of feedback on these various sites:
which site is down; which one has changed its payout structure; which is the highest paying; which pays out most regularly; which one is often empty...  etc. etc.  

If it is a huge hassle I can help you for free Portnoy. PM me if interested.

There isn't a big problem with maintaining this list, and despite how it might appear there is a logical system behind how it is organized...
based mainly on what sites have been on the list the longest and on reliability... etc. 

But of course feel free to post here in this thread any information on any of these sites which you feel is relevant.

Thanks

Bitcointree and btcflow should be on the top of the list! Reason? These sites belongs to me Cheesy

My faucets with free BTC:
http://btcflow.net
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July 03, 2013, 03:32:39 PM
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Hello!

Could I get BitsPoker.com in your list?

It's an online bitcoin accepting poker room. For now there's a promotional Beta(players can win up to 0.50btc by playing for free). But once the Beta is over(June 30), we'll have freerolls Smiley.

Awesome list by the way!

About the freerolls...  will you require the winner to use them to gamble with at your site or can they withdraw the full amount right away? Are there any conditions or restrictions?

Anyone who tries this site please let us know about your experience there. 

Thanks

Hello,
I have tried out bitspoker and it seems fine. The problem now is it is in beta mode and freeroll chips can only be withdrawable after Jun.30.
I mean that the chips you win before june 30 are nothing but play money ( unless you get yourselves in the top 3 ranks) .
It looks very similar too SealswithClubs poker. Client buttons/functions are pretty similar. The client is browser based , so no installation is required.

And about the withdrawing of chips from free-rolls: Currently the Deposit, withdraw and transfer options are disabled.

Seems pretty neat for beta.
Hope I helped,
Regards,
Jibit.

Yes, thanks for the report. 




Hello, Ive got more information about  this now.
I earned about 53.35 chips from free rolls and made a cashout today. 10chips=1$. So yeah the bitcoins reached my wallet.This site is good. THERE IS a minimum withdrawal amount of 50 chips too.

Is it out of beta? 
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July 03, 2013, 04:56:42 PM
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Maybe the list could have a little more organization, like sorting by reward and frequency. Some of the sites offer higher minimum prizes, 1000 satoshi per captcha, while all the many coinbox sites are just 100 satoshi per captcha.
also, listing the minimum payout (and any payout fee) would help the user figure out how long they have to hit a faucet before they can get a payout.

Things change too much with these sites to make that practical... maybe if maintaining this list was my full time job...

These things are easily determined after one runs through the list a couple time.  

Following this thread also will allow one to hear all kinds of feedback on these various sites:
which site is down; which one has changed its payout structure; which is the highest paying; which pays out most regularly; which one is often empty...  etc. etc.  

If it is a huge hassle I can help you for free Portnoy. PM me if interested.

There isn't a big problem with maintaining this list, and despite how it might appear there is a logical system behind how it is organized...
based mainly on what sites have been on the list the longest and on reliability... etc. 

But of course feel free to post here in this thread any information on any of these sites which you feel is relevant.

Thanks

Bitcointree and btcflow should be on the top of the list! Reason? These sites belongs to me Cheesy

But lots of people were ahead of you in starting free bitcoin sites.  Wink

And I am sure anyone coming to the list will go through 'all' the sites and they will no doubt keep coming back to the ones they like
no matter where they are in the list.
 
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