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March 26, 2014, 03:54:34 PM
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Wondering if anyone has any experiences using this site: http://freebitcoinnow.com/

It looks like another clone of: http://freebitco.in/

I know the last site that mimicked freebitco.in turned out to be a scam, so far I don't see freebitco.in issuing a warning about this site yet.  

Then again, I'm not sure how old this site is as I just came across it today.

Yes, I think that site has been checked out and rejected.  

One should be careful with free bitcoin sites ( any sites really ) that ask for email addresses and other personal information
in order to join up with their program.  

With Bitcoin sites one should know that a Bitcoin address should be proof enough of ones identity.
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March 26, 2014, 05:05:10 PM
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http://freebitcoin.wmat.pl/faucet/

5-700 satoshi every hour, microwallet payouts
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March 26, 2014, 05:11:20 PM
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Free Bitcoin Raffle! (Ends April 6th)!

http://www.getfreebitcoins.us/free-raffle/

Minimum prize pool of at least 500,000 Satoshi.
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March 26, 2014, 05:28:51 PM
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March 26, 2014, 06:31:56 PM
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March 26, 2014, 07:03:48 PM
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March 26, 2014, 07:13:12 PM
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March 26, 2014, 07:14:21 PM
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http://freebitcoin.wmat.pl/faucet/

5-700 satoshi every hour, microwallet payouts

Thanks for the submission. I will check it out.
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March 26, 2014, 07:28:25 PM
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Free Bitcoin Raffle! (Ends April 6th)!

http://www.getfreebitcoins.us/free-raffle/

Minimum prize pool of at least 500,000 Satoshi.

From that site:
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1. Click on “Use Your Email” in the Widget below.
2. Enter a Username and your Email (make sure it’s a real email so I can message you if you win)...
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This is what I was talking about...

With Bitcoin sites one should know that a Bitcoin address should be proof enough of ones identity.

Why does one need to supply their email address? How do we know you won't use it to spam us, or sell it to other spammers?

"Your email address will not be used for ANYTHING other than contacting the winners."

Oh that is reassuring... spammers would never lie to me.   Roll Eyes

Why not just send the payment to the winner's bitcoin address? They will know they have won when they see a payment
to that address ( which, if the user is using best practices, should be a unique one chosen just for the raffle... if
they don't want to use best practices and want somebody to hold their hand and chew their food for them... 'then'
you can make supplying an email notification address optional. ).

Come on people. Bitcoin is a revolution in our ability to safeguard and take control of our own money and our own privacy...  
IF we use it correctly!

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March 26, 2014, 09:35:37 PM
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Free Bitcoin Raffle! (Ends April 6th)!

http://www.getfreebitcoins.us/free-raffle/

Minimum prize pool of at least 500,000 Satoshi.

From that site:
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1. Click on “Use Your Email” in the Widget below.
2. Enter a Username and your Email (make sure it’s a real email so I can message you if you win)...
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This is what I was talking about...

With Bitcoin sites one should know that a Bitcoin address should be proof enough of ones identity.

Why does one need to supply their email address? How do we know you won't use it to spam us, or sell it to other spammers?

"Your email address will not be used for ANYTHING other than contacting the winners."

Oh that is reassuring... spammers would never lie to me.   Roll Eyes

Why not just send the payment to the winner's bitcoin address? They will know they have won when they see a payment
to that address ( which, if the user is using best practices, should be a unique one chosen just for the raffle... if
they don't want to use best practices and want somebody to hold their hand and chew their food for them... 'then'
you can make supplying an email notification address optional. ).

Come on people. Bitcoin is a revolution in our ability to safeguard and take control of our own money and our own privacy... 
IF we use it correctly!



I'm not the best programmer so I looked up a free "raffle" program and came across this.  This is how the site I'm using (rafflecopter) gets entries and I don't have the ability to modify it!  If you have a better free option that would make it so you would only have to enter your BTC address I'm all ears!  I will take it down until you let me know of a better option.
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March 27, 2014, 12:35:57 AM
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Free Bitcoin Raffle! (Ends April 6th)!

http://www.getfreebitcoins.us/free-raffle/

Minimum prize pool of at least 500,000 Satoshi.

From that site:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Click on “Use Your Email” in the Widget below.
2. Enter a Username and your Email (make sure it’s a real email so I can message you if you win)...
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This is what I was talking about...

With Bitcoin sites one should know that a Bitcoin address should be proof enough of ones identity.

Why does one need to supply their email address? How do we know you won't use it to spam us, or sell it to other spammers?

"Your email address will not be used for ANYTHING other than contacting the winners."

Oh that is reassuring... spammers would never lie to me.   Roll Eyes

Why not just send the payment to the winner's bitcoin address? They will know they have won when they see a payment
to that address ( which, if the user is using best practices, should be a unique one chosen just for the raffle... if
they don't want to use best practices and want somebody to hold their hand and chew their food for them... 'then'
you can make supplying an email notification address optional. ).

Come on people. Bitcoin is a revolution in our ability to safeguard and take control of our own money and our own privacy... 
IF we use it correctly!



I'm not the best programmer so I looked up a free "raffle" program and came across this.  This is how the site I'm using (rafflecopter) gets entries and I don't have the ability to modify it!  If you have a better free option that would make it so you would only have to enter your BTC address I'm all ears!  I will take it down until you let me know of a better option.

Sorry I can't help you. Maybe you can find some assistance in the developer sub-forum or similar.

Couldn't you just tell people on your page that filling in an email address is optional ( or to put a phony one in if the script requires one )?

In any case whether you take your page down or not is your choice.  If this raffle is just for a limited time, like your post seems to suggest,
it wouldn't really be something I would add to the list anyway.

You are free to post about it here up until April 6th, for those who may be interested in such a thing. Just make to not do more than one post per day
or else the mods will consider it spam.

Thanks for the submission.


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March 27, 2014, 01:00:57 AM
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http://freebitcoin.wmat.pl/faucet/

5-700 satoshi every hour, microwallet payouts

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March 27, 2014, 03:08:37 AM
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March 27, 2014, 10:32:42 AM
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Hello guys,
I'm so happy I found this site. I am new and want to invest in bitcoin. I want to ask one question though. What is the difference among these three charts BITFINEX:BTCUSD, BTCE:BTCUSD, BITSTAMP:BTCUSD. What do they represent? I have found live bitcoin price and bitcoin chart here => http://www.semmo.net/live/real-time-superior-technical-chart.html . But I don't know which one to pay attention to. Please help.
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March 27, 2014, 03:47:42 PM
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Hello guys,
I'm so happy I found this site. I am new and want to invest in bitcoin. I want to ask one question though. What is the difference among these three charts BITFINEX:BTCUSD, BTCE:BTCUSD, BITSTAMP:BTCUSD. What do they represent? I have found live bitcoin price and bitcoin chart here => http://www.semmo.net/live/real-time-superior-technical-chart.html . But I don't know which one to pay attention to. Please help.

They are all different exchanges and the one you should pay attention to perhaps is any one you may want to use to buy or sell Bitcoin.
One preferably in your own country that lets you buy using your own preferred currency: Dollar; Euro etc. 

Do your research and don't let someone you are unsure of have control of your assets. The whole point of Bitcoin is not needing a
middleman like banks and exchanges etc.  A better solution for many is to find a person to buy or sell from face to face.

This site can help in that regard: https://localbitcoins.com

If you are really interested in Bitcoin as a revolutionary technology, rather than just some commodity/currency to speculate in, then the
market price isn't all that important.  As a payment processor ( just one blockchain application out of potentially very many ) it works as
well at the price of $1 as it does at $10,000. 

If you are interested in it as a long term investment then you will want to learn as much as you can and you will no doubt discover
that its fundamentals are very strong and getting better all the time.  Something that is not always reflected in the vagaries of a
very young and novel market. We are still in the early adopter stage like the web in the early 90s, in my opinion, and still a good time
to buy in. 

But while there is the potential of a high reward it comes along with a high risk.  Like with any investment you should already
know the standard mantra: don't invest anything you can't afford to lose.

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March 27, 2014, 06:43:44 PM
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Thank you so much for the info. I want to find more time to spend on this forum as it's a real treasure of knowledge.
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March 27, 2014, 06:47:27 PM
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Thank you for all the info. Interesting.
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March 28, 2014, 03:39:06 PM
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March 28, 2014, 06:42:24 PM
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so recently I went on this CoinAd site and I got paid 0.11526mBTC what does that mean? is that equal to 0.11526BTC or is mBTC different

Thanks
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March 28, 2014, 07:52:21 PM
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so recently I went on this CoinAd site and I got paid 0.11526mBTC what does that mean? is that equal to 0.11526BTC or is mBTC different

Thanks

That's micro bitcoins. 1 mBTC = .001 BTC.
So your 0.11526 mBTC will be 0.00011526 BTC. I had the same experience with CoinAd. I was expecting more, but some is better than none huh?

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