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January 26, 2015, 04:48:15 PM
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In fact, the aim was to promote Bitcoin - to give opportunity to learn how to use btc for new users. Smiley

This.

It is a good idea for newbies to learn about basics of bitcoin with faucets (eg. how to generate an address, how to receive a payment, how to send a payment, learn the concept of confirmation, learn the calculation of tx fee).

Yes.

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

Only one I use is Freebitco.in
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January 26, 2015, 05:31:40 PM
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Today I increase earnings in my faucet: http://bitcoin.freeiz.com/

Now: 200 satoshi every hour and 50% from referrals! Enjoy!  Wink Cool

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January 26, 2015, 05:58:59 PM
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So far I used coinlearn, because is good site for newbie and you can earn btc free Cheesy
BTW is there are a site give btc for free? Besides faucets.
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January 26, 2015, 07:50:41 PM
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Faucets are good for experience, but they are by no means lucrative.

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January 28, 2015, 06:57:57 PM
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Faucets are good for experience, but they are by no means lucrative.
Free BTC is Free BTC!!! Even if you only pick up $.50 a week in BTC who knows what that $.50 could turn into........ To Me its just free BTC for 5 seconds to type in a captcha. Fugg it.
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January 28, 2015, 11:59:37 PM
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Earn from 1000 satsohi up to 0.4 BTC!

http://usafaucet.tk/
but they block some country should be use proxy  Undecided 

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January 29, 2015, 02:41:58 PM
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Earn from 1000 satsohi up to 0.4 BTC!

http://usafaucet.tk/
but they block some country should be use proxy  Undecided 

awesome Smiley
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January 29, 2015, 03:02:32 PM
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Today I increase earnings in my faucet: http://bitcoin.freeiz.com/

Now: 200 satoshi every hour and 50% from referrals! Enjoy!  Wink Cool
*sarcasm* wow, 0,0005$ every hour, 0,3-0,4$ every month, great!
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January 29, 2015, 03:10:44 PM
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Today I increase earnings in my faucet: http://bitcoin.freeiz.com/

Now: 200 satoshi every hour and 50% from referrals! Enjoy!  Wink Cool
*sarcasm* wow, 0,0005$ every hour, 0,3-0,4$ every month, great!
you only need a 3 millions sites to become a millionaire in month!
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January 29, 2015, 03:16:40 PM
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Today I increase earnings in my faucet: http://bitcoin.freeiz.com/

Now: 200 satoshi every hour and 50% from referrals! Enjoy!  Wink Cool
*sarcasm* wow, 0,0005$ every hour, 0,3-0,4$ every month, great!
you only need a 3 millions sites to become a millionaire in month!

Grin when Bitcoin conquer the Wall Street - that will be worth millions Wink

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January 29, 2015, 04:05:28 PM
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Earn from 1000 satsohi up to 0.4 BTC!

http://usafaucet.tk/
but they block some country should be use proxy  Undecided 

Uses redirection. Will not be added to the list. Avoid sites like this.
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January 29, 2015, 04:07:48 PM
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Today I increase earnings in my faucet: http://bitcoin.freeiz.com/

Now: 200 satoshi every hour and 50% from referrals! Enjoy!  Wink Cool
*sarcasm* wow, 0,0005$ every hour, 0,3-0,4$ every month, great!
you only need a 3 millions sites to become a millionaire in month!

Who suggested these sites are a way to get rich?

Read this to find out what the point is:

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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January 29, 2015, 04:43:31 PM
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Getting a little for free , never hurts anyone Smiley
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January 29, 2015, 06:05:11 PM
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Getting a little for free , never hurts anyone Smiley
yes, i started from the faucets, but be careful with small transactions..

MY ACCOUNT WAS HACKED, BUT THIS ASSHOLE DIDN'T CHANGE THE PASSWORD. I DON'T USED THIS FORUM FOR AGES. YOU COULD SEE IT FROM MY ACTIVITY. I USED THIS FORUM FOR FUN AND TO GET SOME BTC FROM SIGNATURES.. NOW I SEE TERRIBLE POSTS AND CRIMINAL OFFENSE FROM MY ACCOUNT. I FEEL VERY SORRY FOR ALL WHO HARMED FROM THIS LAYER ASSHOLE.. I exported my outbox when he was doing dirty jobs.. OUTBOX HERE FOR DOWNLOAD
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January 29, 2015, 06:31:41 PM
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Getting a little for free , never hurts anyone Smiley
yes, i started from the faucets, but be careful with small transactions..

Yes i started from faucets too , though it was small amount , but the fun it gave , as if i really thought i would make a large some pretty soon if i collected daily and all , though all that bores me now
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January 29, 2015, 09:23:50 PM
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Getting a little for free , never hurts anyone Smiley
yes, i started from the faucets, but be careful with small transactions..

Just to note that faucets that pay out dust are not added to the Free Bitcoin Sites List.

Most faucets these days use services like microwallet or faucetbox to aggregate bitcoin from multiple faucets until they reach a minimum balance before paying out.

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March 10, 2015, 10:03:44 PM
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Getting a little for free , never hurts anyone Smiley
yes, i started from the faucets, but be careful with small transactions..

Just to note that faucets that pay out dust are not added to the Free Bitcoin Sites List.

Most faucets these days use services like microwallet or faucetbox to aggregate bitcoin from multiple faucets until they reach a minimum balance before paying out.
FYI, the definition of dust used to be 5460 satoshi, but was reduced to 546 satoshi when the minimum transaction fee was reduced to 1000 satoshi. Even if you have a wallet full of bitmils (0.001), spending them all at once can incur a large transaction fee.

I think a guide would be helpful to faucet users on how to join their small inputs together so they can eventually be used without large fees. When I was searching for that info, I found mostly misinformation and little understanding of how the inputs affect the transaction priority. I now have a script that every day slowly cleans up my wallet by batching up small inputs with a larger input and creating a free transaction that gets confirmed quickly.


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March 11, 2015, 12:51:33 AM
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Getting a little for free , never hurts anyone Smiley
yes, i started from the faucets, but be careful with small transactions..

Just to note that faucets that pay out dust are not added to the Free Bitcoin Sites List.

Most faucets these days use services like microwallet or faucetbox to aggregate bitcoin from multiple faucets until they reach a minimum balance before paying out.
FYI, the definition of dust used to be 5460 satoshi, but was reduced to 546 satoshi when the minimum transaction fee was reduced to 1000 satoshi. Even if you have a wallet full of bitmils (0.001), spending them all at once can incur a large transaction fee.

I think a guide would be helpful to faucet users on how to join their small inputs together so they can eventually be used without large fees. When I was searching for that info, I found mostly misinformation and little understanding of how the inputs affect the transaction priority. I now have a script that every day slowly cleans up my wallet by batching up small inputs with a larger input and creating a free transaction that gets confirmed quickly.

This explains some of the issues but may not be the most practical for the average user:
https://medium.com/@lopp/the-challenges-of-optimizing-unspent-output-selection-a3e5d05d13ef

If you know of something better please feel free to post the link here. Thanks.
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March 28, 2015, 01:08:45 AM
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The Free Bitcoin Faucet List has been re-ordered according to best payouts.

And also now includes information showing what payout service each faucet uses.

d = Direct ( site uses no third party service and payouts directly to users address )
f  = Faucetbox
m = Microwallet
p = Paytoshi
x = Xapo

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March 31, 2015, 10:08:41 PM
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ICYMI

Microwallet:
"All pending balances will be processed in the next 2 days or sooner. (2015-03-31)"
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