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September 18, 2013, 01:27:29 PM
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very helpful info, but it gives so little..

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September 19, 2013, 02:11:19 AM
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Hi, I'd love to join newbie lotto
My BTC address: 1F9aA7xv3McbVw35DkyyBTjSGSLtfLMphG

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September 20, 2013, 04:06:26 PM
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very helpful info, but it gives so little..

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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September 21, 2013, 04:23:59 PM
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List updated. New inputs.io faucet added...

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September 22, 2013, 05:05:02 PM
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I built up to the minimum withdrawal amount on the inputs.io faucet 'Energy Faucet 24H'.
I tried to withdraw but it returned an error message and cleared out my balance.

Some inputs.io wallets give an error message but the withdrawal still goes through.
Not so with this faucet this time.  There may not have been enough BTC to send
to my inputs.io account, but it should not have cleared out my balance.

Faucets found with this bug uncorrected will not be tolerated;
Energy Faucet 24H removed from the list.

If I find out that the other "Energy" inputs.io faucets are owned/operated by the
same person, and therefore having that same bug, they will be promptly removed as well.

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September 22, 2013, 05:18:16 PM
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I got a payout off energy24, but all of them say 'an error occurred'. It's stupid.

Also, that faucet holes one is an attempted phishing site according to my antivirus.

EDIT - tried cashing out of xparafaucet - "An error has occured - "NO_BALANCE"" and inputs.io isn't working to check.

I'll advertise your site for 0.002btc per week if you'd like.
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September 23, 2013, 03:19:49 PM
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I got a payout off energy24, but all of them say 'an error occurred'. It's stupid.

Also, that faucet holes one is an attempted phishing site according to my antivirus.

EDIT - tried cashing out of xparafaucet - "An error has occured - "NO_BALANCE"" and inputs.io isn't working to check.


This may be responsible for the recent withdrawal problems with inputs.io faucets:
    
Inputs.io Callback IP changed
Inputs.io's callback IP is now 64.22.68.90. Please update your services to check for 64.22.68.90.

It may be best to not try withdrawing any of ones balance from these type of faucets until the site operators get things fixed.

I will give energy24 faucet the benefit of the doubt and put it back on the list.

Still these faucets should wait until a successful withdrawal has been made before clearing ones balance!!

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September 23, 2013, 03:24:29 PM
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This is the reason why I don't like Inputs.IO faucets. Most of them have that problem and most of the owners are very inactive.

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September 23, 2013, 03:59:09 PM
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took me quite a while to find this thread.

I'll join too please.

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September 23, 2013, 04:14:36 PM
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This is the reason why I don't like Inputs.IO faucets. Most of them have that problem and most of the owners are very inactive.

inputs troubles make me more sad nothing can do right now all dead waiting for update just because of this now thinking create account on electrum

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September 23, 2013, 10:21:44 PM
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I'd like to join!

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September 24, 2013, 06:23:58 AM
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I got a payout off energy24, but all of them say 'an error occurred'. It's stupid.

Also, that faucet holes one is an attempted phishing site according to my antivirus.

EDIT - tried cashing out of xparafaucet - "An error has occured - "NO_BALANCE"" and inputs.io isn't working to check.


the faucet holes http://faucet.hol.es has just running up again, i clean up some ads script that trigger some pop ups windows

and i noticed that inputs io balance API cannot be accessed directly (asynchronous), so i can't present the faucet balance info for now, may be i'll try some effort with async jquery AJAX.



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September 24, 2013, 02:46:27 PM
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I have some Good News for you all!

Because of a wonderful turn of events I have decided to reopen my Giveway until further notice!

Portnoy if you could please relist my Giveaway thread it would be greatly appreciated Cheesy https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255437.msg2720244#msg2720244

I was given a Butterfly Labs Jalapeno that is currently hashing away at 5.5 GH/s

I also won over 1.5 bitcoins on Dragon's Tale Bitcoin Casino and have ordered another 5 pack of ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USBs

Because of this I will have a much larger amount of hashrate totaling

15 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USBs = 5.040 GH/s

1 x Butterfly Labs Jalapeno = 5.5 GH/s

Grand Total: 10.54 GH/s

Everyone is welcome to post their address but I will only be paying 1 BTM (0.001 Bitcoin) per Person

I am very happy that I can reopen this Giveaway as the list of free bitcoin sites and ways for New People in the Bitcoin Community to earn and receive Bitcoins is deprecating severely

Cheers,

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September 24, 2013, 03:21:10 PM
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took me quite a while to find this thread.

I'll join too please.

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September 24, 2013, 03:28:39 PM
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I have some Good News for you all!

Because of a wonderful turn of events I have decided to reopen my Giveway until further notice!

Portnoy if you could please relist my Giveaway thread it would be greatly appreciated Cheesy https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255437.msg2720244#msg2720244

I was given a Butterfly Labs Jalapeno that is currently hashing away at 5.5 GH/s

I also won over 1.5 bitcoins on Dragon's Tale Bitcoin Casino and have ordered another 5 pack of ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USBs

Because of this I will have a much larger amount of hashrate totaling

15 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USBs = 5.040 GH/s

1 x Butterfly Labs Jalapeno = 5.5 GH/s

Grand Total: 10.54 GH/s

Everyone is welcome to post their address but I will only be paying 1 BTM (0.001 Bitcoin) per Person

I am very happy that I can reopen this Giveaway as the list of free bitcoin sites and ways for New People in the Bitcoin Community to earn and receive Bitcoins is deprecating severely

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

Congrats!

Your giveaway thread is relisted.

Thanks!

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September 25, 2013, 07:52:18 AM
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All inputs.io faucets now have a withdraw issue unless they have specifically been whitelisted by inputs.io to use their api. Anybody brave enough to risk their balance to check which faucets have been whitelisted?
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September 25, 2013, 03:47:00 PM
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All inputs.io faucets now have a withdraw issue unless they have specifically been whitelisted by inputs.io to use their api. Anybody brave enough to risk their balance to check which faucets have been whitelisted?

This makes sense since a scammer using MyFaucet ( "Powered by Inputs.io" )could reflect badly on inputs.io itself. 
And it would be in their interest to make that whitelist publicly available.

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September 25, 2013, 04:09:05 PM
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All inputs.io faucets now have a withdraw issue unless they have specifically been whitelisted by inputs.io to use their api. Anybody brave enough to risk their balance to check which faucets have been whitelisted?

This makes sense since a scammer using MyFaucet ( "Powered by Inputs.io" )could reflect badly on inputs.io itself. 
And it would be in their interest to make that whitelist publicly available.

That's actually funny, but can't be the reason. MyFaucet is so poorly written and so full of holes that it already reflects badly on him. Several faucet owners lost all their funds because of bugs, let alone all the users who have had their balances wiped. I feel sorry for the faucet owners. It's easy enough to just look at IPs of the existing MyFaucet faucets and whitelist them, instead of them having to email him. How does waiting for them to email him a request prove they're not a scammer?
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September 25, 2013, 04:15:33 PM
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All inputs.io faucets now have a withdraw issue unless they have specifically been whitelisted by inputs.io to use their api. Anybody brave enough to risk their balance to check which faucets have been whitelisted?

This makes sense since a scammer using MyFaucet ( "Powered by Inputs.io" )could reflect badly on inputs.io itself. 
And it would be in their interest to make that whitelist publicly available.

That's actually funny, but can't be the reason. MyFaucet is so poorly written and so full of holes that it already reflects badly on him. Several faucet owners lost all their funds because of bugs, let alone all the users who have had their balances wiped. I feel sorry for the faucet owners. It's easy enough to just look at IPs of the existing MyFaucet faucets and whitelist them, instead of them having to email him. How does waiting for them to email him a request prove they're not a scammer?

Well one would hope that inputs.io would check the faucet out and not just add anyone who applies. Otherwise why have a whitelist at all?   

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September 25, 2013, 05:03:36 PM
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All inputs.io faucets now have a withdraw issue unless they have specifically been whitelisted by inputs.io to use their api. Anybody brave enough to risk their balance to check which faucets have been whitelisted?

This makes sense since a scammer using MyFaucet ( "Powered by Inputs.io" )could reflect badly on inputs.io itself. 
And it would be in their interest to make that whitelist publicly available.

That's actually funny, but can't be the reason. MyFaucet is so poorly written and so full of holes that it already reflects badly on him. Several faucet owners lost all their funds because of bugs, let alone all the users who have had their balances wiped. I feel sorry for the faucet owners. It's easy enough to just look at IPs of the existing MyFaucet faucets and whitelist them, instead of them having to email him. How does waiting for them to email him a request prove they're not a scammer?

Well one would hope that inputs.io would check the faucet out and not just add anyone who applies. Otherwise why have a whitelist at all?   

Look at his inputs.io thread and you'll see he whitelists anybody who emails him. It has nothing to do with scamming, it is all about the DDOS. A faucet that scams is easy to spot and users learn quickly to avoid it, like when bitsec.in stop paying for a while, traffic dropped off there sharply (though they're paying again now).
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