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October 26, 2012, 05:14:31 PM
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Coinad has been giving less every time I go there.

0.00010 BTC   Oct, 26 15:58:59   Pending
0.00010 BTC   Oct, 26 02:18:48   Pending
0.00010 BTC   Oct, 25 23:57:42   Paid
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0.00020 BTC   Oct, 22 17:06:09   Paid
0.00030 BTC   Oct, 22 00:01:18   Paid
0.00030 BTC   Oct, 21 22:58:53   Paid

https://coinad.com/?m=prizes

It's now working the same way as dailybitcoins. Unless you have patience and luck with reloading page, you'll get little out of it.

Oh yea I forgot about dailybitcoins I been using them as well so I will be donating to them too.
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October 26, 2012, 05:16:24 PM
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http://btc411.com/2012/10/25/coming-soon-bitcoin-faucet-and-a-new-contest/

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October 26, 2012, 05:52:52 PM
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October 26, 2012, 07:06:00 PM
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Bitcrate has been refilled. 

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October 26, 2012, 10:47:48 PM
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Thanks for letting us know.  Will be watching... 

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October 27, 2012, 02:26:42 AM
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Coinad, Cointube.tv and Bitvisitor are the only ones that pay as far as I'm seeing here.

All of them in the list ( the ones that haven't been scratched out ) payout if they aren't empty ( and the ones that are often/always empty are marked with an asterisk ).

Some of them just take a while before they payout to save on transaction fees. 

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October 27, 2012, 07:45:36 AM
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on BitVisitor home page I see last day or two

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Earn up to 4 mBTC per website visit lasting 5 minutes or more!

but newer got to visit this sponsor. Is it typo or anybody visited this sponsor?
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October 27, 2012, 08:17:18 AM
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on BitVisitor home page I see last day or two

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Earn up to 4 mBTC per website visit lasting 5 minutes or more!

but newer got to visit this sponsor. Is it typo or anybody visited this sponsor?

I'll attest that it is in fact occasionally 4 mBTC. I've managed to get it several times in the last couple days.

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October 27, 2012, 09:52:52 AM
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Yes it is correct.  You can only get it once per 24 hours though I believe.

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Bit Visitor      You view the page / ads and get paid. 
Coin Tube    You watch videos and get paid.
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October 27, 2012, 04:24:01 PM
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on BitVisitor home page I see last day or two

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but newer got to visit this sponsor. Is it typo or anybody visited this sponsor?

Since I've been trying it I have never seen it that high for a single site view. 
The highest I've seen it start at is .64 btm(mbtc) then to .48, .24, .16, and down to .08
The last couple days it was starting at .24 btm for me... today it started at .32

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October 27, 2012, 06:22:00 PM
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https://coinad.com/?m=prizes

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October 27, 2012, 06:30:57 PM
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"You already requested free bitcoins
Please come back in 47 minutes 37 seconds."

Doh!    Sad


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October 27, 2012, 06:33:03 PM
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"You already requested free bitcoins
Please come back in 47 minutes 37 seconds."

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That's why I made that 'Special Prizes' table, to avoid things like that.  Wink
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October 27, 2012, 06:45:55 PM
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"You already requested free bitcoins
Please come back in 47 minutes 37 seconds."

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That's why I made that 'Special Prizes' table, to avoid things like that.  Wink

Ya, my strategy is to try and get more of the medium level prizes because I never get the big ones.    Smiley

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October 27, 2012, 06:47:38 PM
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Hrm ... although i must admit i gave a try to some of those easy-earned bitcoins at first, i won't encourage any of my friends to do so, here's why :

You already know that transactions with multiple small inputs leads to bigger fees, when you'll later combine those inputs to create the output, while sending coins to someone else.

Using & re-using those 'daily offers' will just lead to bigger fees, with nearly nothing really usable in your current balance Sad
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October 27, 2012, 06:50:44 PM
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Hrm ... although i must admit i gave a try to some of those easy-earned bitcoins at first, i won't encourage any of my friends to do so, here's why :

You already know that transactions with multiple small inputs leads to bigger fees, when you'll later combine those inputs to create the output, while sending coins to someone else.

Using & re-using those 'daily offers' will just lead to bigger fees, with nearly nothing really usable in your current balance Sad


Nice first post  Roll Eyes

A few of them, such as dailybitcoins lets you pool your earnings so you choose when to receive the payout.
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October 27, 2012, 07:03:20 PM
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Hrm ... although i must admit i gave a try to some of those easy-earned bitcoins at first, i won't encourage any of my friends to do so, here's why :

You already know that transactions with multiple small inputs leads to bigger fees, when you'll later combine those inputs to create the output, while sending coins to someone else.

Using & re-using those 'daily offers' will just lead to bigger fees, with nearly nothing really usable in your current balance Sad


Nice first post  Roll Eyes

A few of them, such as dailybitcoins lets you pool your earnings so you choose when to receive the payout.

You just need to wait a few days and the fees will be low.
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October 27, 2012, 07:16:26 PM
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Hrm ... although i must admit i gave a try to some of those easy-earned bitcoins at first, i won't encourage any of my friends to do so, here's why :

You already know that transactions with multiple small inputs leads to bigger fees, when you'll later combine those inputs to create the output, while sending coins to someone else.

Using & re-using those 'daily offers' will just lead to bigger fees, with nearly nothing really usable in your current balance Sad


Nice first post  Roll Eyes

A few of them, such as dailybitcoins lets you pool your earnings so you choose when to receive the payout.

You just need to wait a few days and the fees will be low.

Fees also depends on the block embedded transactions (block size including other transactions than yours).

For now, the fee may indeed be relatively low (it depends of the amount of BTC you send, and the number of thoss small inputs involved, and as you said, the so-called "1-bitcoin-day" thing), but over time ... with the locked 10 minutes interval between two blocks, fees will unfortunately increase...

I should write "unfortunately" here (with quotes) as ... miners will soon exclusively rely on those fees :p

... currently at block 205276 .. less than 5k blocks before first halving .. i'm really curious on all the consequences we'll soon observe Smiley

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October 27, 2012, 07:25:08 PM
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Hrm ... although i must admit i gave a try to some of those easy-earned bitcoins at first, i won't encourage any of my friends to do so, here's why :

You already know that transactions with multiple small inputs leads to bigger fees, when you'll later combine those inputs to create the output, while sending coins to someone else.

Using & re-using those 'daily offers' will just lead to bigger fees, with nearly nothing really usable in your current balance Sad


Nice first post  Roll Eyes

A few of them, such as dailybitcoins lets you pool your earnings so you choose when to receive the payout.

You just need to wait a few days and the fees will be low.

Fees also depends on the block embedded transactions (block size including other transactions than yours).

For now, the fee may indeed be relatively low (it depends of the amount of BTC you send, and the number of thoss small inputs involved, and as you said, the so-called "1-bitcoin-day" thing), but over time ... with the locked 10 minutes interval between two blocks, fees will unfortunately increase...

I should write "unfortunately" here (with quotes) as ... miners will soon exclusively rely on those fees :p

... currently at block 205276 .. less than 5k blocks before first halving .. i'm really curious on all the consequences we'll soon observe Smiley



I don't really get at what you're trying to say here...
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October 27, 2012, 11:18:35 PM
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bitcrate is empty.

cointicket turned into this:

"cointicket.org is currently in mainteance mode.
 We'll announce more info in the next days, so long please stay calm.

 For questions please use info@cointicket.org"

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