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November 30, 2014, 06:10:35 PM
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If you have to sign up and purchase something then any BTC you may get in return is not free.

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November 30, 2014, 07:00:21 PM
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You can get free bitcoin from all type of faucet (qoinpro.com, freebitco.in and much other). But quantity is very very lower, if you want to earn a great quantity of bitcoin you have to refer 1 million of people  Grin. Another choice is to sign in a signature campaign in this forum (there aren't any cost and you can earn a good quantity of bitcoin) !

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December 04, 2014, 04:16:45 PM
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Hi !

Did anyone received a payment from epay.info to his blockchain wallet ?


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December 04, 2014, 05:39:04 PM
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Hi !

Did anyone received a payment from epay.info to his blockchain wallet ?


 Huh

How long have you been waiting? I hear they do payouts on Sundays.

I am waiting to see a payout from them myself...

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December 04, 2014, 08:12:50 PM
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From the New to BitCoin? Start here! sticky in the Bitcoin Forum > Bitcoin > Bitcoin Discussion forum:

Where do I get free bitcoins?        Discussion thread here

It is best to use the original "Where do I get free Bitcoin? The maintained list of verified free Bitcoin Sites" thread to see the full list of free bitcoin sites.
This thread is to allow newbies, who can't yet post in the main thread, to post on the subject of free bitcoin sites. Some of the better ones are in my sig.

If you have a site that gives out free bitcoins, or know of one, then please submit a link to it in that thread,
or this one if you are still on newbie restrictions.  Any input is welcome including a quick "thanks" or "hello".

Thanks


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December 04, 2014, 08:53:39 PM
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From the New to BitCoin? Start here! sticky in the Bitcoin Forum > Bitcoin > Bitcoin Discussion forum:

Where do I get free bitcoins?        Discussion thread here

It is best to use the original "Where do I get free Bitcoin? The maintained list of verified free Bitcoin Sites" thread to see the full list of free bitcoin sites.
This thread is to allow newbies, who can't yet post in the main thread, to post on the subject of free bitcoin sites. Some of the better ones are in my sig.

If you have a site that gives out free bitcoins, or know of one, then please submit a link to it in that thread,
or this one if you are still on newbie restrictions.  Any input is welcome including a quick "thanks" or "hello".

Thanks


No such thing as a free meal.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90718.msg1046513#msg1046513

What good is it if one can only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930



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December 05, 2014, 12:33:51 AM
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I dont understand why people waste their time for a few satoshi.  And my first post here so hi guys  Wink
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December 05, 2014, 05:23:51 AM
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I dont understand why people waste their time for a few satoshi.  And my first post here so hi guys  Wink

for those who doesn't know the technology and are new in this world. on the other hand, free satoshis could 'ruin' your wallet with many small transactions(dust).
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December 05, 2014, 06:23:37 AM
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on the other hand, free satoshis could 'ruin' your wallet with many small transactions(dust).

True, dusts could make you pay a high tx fee in the future.
But if you use a deposit address on exchange or gambling site to collect those dust, you won't be affected by the dusts. After all, those are not your wallet lol. Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 06:26:11 AM
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on the other hand, free satoshis could 'ruin' your wallet with many small transactions(dust).

True, dusts could make you pay a high tx fee in the future.
But if you use a deposit address on exchange or gambling site to collect those dust, you won't be affected by the dusts. After all, those are not your wallet lol. Smiley
you can send your Bitcoins without a fee or 0 transaction fee if you are not in a rush. and it will be confirmed eventually

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December 05, 2014, 06:32:04 AM
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on the other hand, free satoshis could 'ruin' your wallet with many small transactions(dust).

True, dusts could make you pay a high tx fee in the future.
But if you use a deposit address on exchange or gambling site to collect those dust, you won't be affected by the dusts. After all, those are not your wallet lol. Smiley
you can send your Bitcoins without a fee or 0 transaction fee if you are not in a rush. and it will be confirmed eventually

If you are sending a very small amount of bitcoin (dust), it will take a very long time for the transaction to accumulate a high enough transaction priority to be confirmed without fee.
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transaction_fees#Sending

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December 05, 2014, 08:11:04 AM
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on the other hand, free satoshis could 'ruin' your wallet with many small transactions(dust).

True, dusts could make you pay a high tx fee in the future.
But if you use a deposit address on exchange or gambling site to collect those dust, you won't be affected by the dusts. After all, those are not your wallet lol. Smiley
you can send your Bitcoins without a fee or 0 transaction fee if you are not in a rush. and it will be confirmed eventually

If you are sending a very small amount of bitcoin (dust), it will take a very long time for the transaction to accumulate a high enough transaction priority to be confirmed without fee.
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transaction_fees#Sending
yes, i meant when they are accumulated enough like 0.01 or a little less you can send it to your cold wallet without a fee to clear the dust. it might take up to 48 hr or even never! though

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December 05, 2014, 09:19:07 AM
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Hi !

Did anyone received a payment from epay.info to his blockchain wallet ?


 Huh

How long have you been waiting? I hear they do payouts on Sundays.

I am waiting to see a payout from them myself...

I got my first payment from coingamez on sunday 30/11 but I reached the withdrawl limit on monday I think (so 5 days of waiting).
Well I'll wait till sunday to see if they really do withdrawal to blockchain.

Do you know any thread about the official epay.info ?
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December 05, 2014, 09:25:33 AM
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Do you know any thread about the official epay.info ?

I don't think they have an official thread here. At least, I don't find any with google search.
But there is a bitcointalk account "ePay.info" who has no activity at all.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=397921

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December 05, 2014, 10:04:46 AM
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Do you know any thread about the official epay.info ?

I don't think they have an official thread here. At least, I don't find any with google search.
But there is a bitcointalk account "ePay.info" who has no activity at all.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=397921

I hope that epay isn't a scam
well i'll wait till sunday to see what will happen
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December 05, 2014, 11:22:20 AM
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Grab some free 200KH/s for a week @ Hashprofit.  Grin
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December 05, 2014, 04:38:06 PM
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I dont understand why people waste their time for a few satoshi.  And my first post here so hi guys  Wink

for those who doesn't know the technology and are new in this world. on the other hand, free satoshis could 'ruin' your wallet with many small transactions(dust).

None of the faucets in the list pays out dust. I don't add them if they do and if any already on the list starts to do that they will be removed.

Most of the faucets use microwallet or faucetbox to aggregate the payouts from many faucets. Payments are not sent until minimum, non-dust, balances are achieved.

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And again about the first point...

What good is it if one can only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930


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December 05, 2014, 11:30:15 PM
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Hi !

Did anyone received a payment from epay.info to his blockchain wallet ?


 Huh

How long have you been waiting? I hear they do payouts on Sundays.

I am waiting to see a payout from them myself...

I got my first payment from coingamez on sunday 30/11 but I reached the withdrawl limit on monday I think (so 5 days of waiting).
Well I'll wait till sunday to see if they really do withdrawal to blockchain.

Do you know any thread about the official epay.info ?

My AV kept me from accessing coingamez. It seemed it was trying to install a trojan.
It might be best to avoid this site.

~~~
Antivirus web scanning has detected a threat
To protect you, this page or object has been blocked.

Virus:
HEUR:Trojan.Script.Iframer

URL:
... //coingamez.com/freebitcoin
~~~


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December 06, 2014, 06:25:25 AM
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Please add our faucet site to your list http://coingamez.com. We provide good services to the users.
A few days ago we've doubled 2x the all rewards.

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Doesn't look like a 'free' Bitcoin site to me. Looks like a game.

For this list:
If there isn't a 100% chance to get some Bitcoin on each submission, and/or if there are too many hoops for a visitor to jump through then it is not a free Bitcoin site.  

No Free Lunch
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90718.msg1046513#msg1046513

Thanks


Just enter your bitcoin address and click spin
you won 100% between 100 to 1,000,000 satoshi

its free faucet but with new style,

check it
i play with this site for 1 month and earn 0.08 btc

When I tried it yesterday nothing seemed to happen. Today after I spin and fill out the capthcha it gives a message of a certain amount of satoshis being sent to some automatically created epay account for the address I used. I click on the link which is supposed to show ones balance there and so far it shows a zero balance.

How long is it supposed to take after a spin before it shows up in ones epay account?

What is the minimum balance that needs to build up in that epay account before it is sent to ones bitcoin address?

What is the fee for that transaction?



They do pay out even tho one epay balance containing both their faucet sites will result in 2 365 sat. miner fees upon withdrawal.

"How long is it supposed to take after a spin before it shows up in ones epay account?"
right away it is shown on my dashboard

"What is the minimum balance that needs to build up in that epay account before it is sent to ones bitcoin address?"
5865sat.

"What is the fee for that transaction?"
365 sat x how many faucets you visit and have deposit into epay.

proof of payments:
https://blockchain.info/tx/a7fddd6e43d29929abd7d65cd0b092e4596680561526a3719bd7f2ecc2ea161b
https://blockchain.info/tx/c3ebde68924ac0dbb8edffb36da42522c9cd3395b467f17b544dbab507847ef0

both those are from 12/5/14

very concerned about the trojan warning given above and what is displayed on epay's site :
Tips to increase your chance and earn more on CoinGamez.com & CoinCollecting.ws
1- Play on both sites
2- Do Not close the tab while timer counting
3- US and Europe Players has more chance to win big prize, So you can Play with VPN
4- Play every 15 min all the day
4- Refer your friend and earn Up to 75% Comission

Notice number 2 - maybe someone has a good explanation or thought on why they felt the need to list that.


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very concerned about the trojan warning given above and what is displayed on epay's site :

That is what free bitcoin sites can bring you. Trojans and viruses. Also lost time. If you have plenty of free time and nothing better to do you can use them. If not - stay away.
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