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June 11, 2013, 01:18:40 PM
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I will try the lotto,
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June 11, 2013, 03:32:34 PM
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June 11, 2013, 04:38:27 PM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


I use the address from the newbie lotto draw winner with that one so I am not sure if it is still paying out.
I will input my own address into it today and then see if a payment shows up tomorrow, or the day after. 

They say they payout once a day so it shouldn't be the case of them holding payment until some minimum
is met...
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June 11, 2013, 05:12:54 PM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


Not for a few days, no. Normally pretty reliable, but I reckon it owes me about 20 submits now.
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June 11, 2013, 05:38:35 PM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


Not for a few days, no. Normally pretty reliable, but I reckon it owes me about 20 submits now.

Thanks for the report.
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June 11, 2013, 06:27:46 PM
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Hi from Australia, I very much a newbie
I read article little while ago at HowToGeek about Bitcoin and now addicted.
add me in the lotto please

1HUCkNFJkF3hVSAmXiHKTSqbpU5kRRLx8A

Cheers and good luck to all, including me  Wink
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June 11, 2013, 07:40:47 PM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


Not for a few days, no. Normally pretty reliable, but I reckon it owes me about 20 submits now.

Thanks for the report.

Going 5 days without pay from them now.
Stopped visiting them 2 days ago.
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June 11, 2013, 07:50:13 PM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


I use the address from the newbie lotto draw winner with that one so I am not sure if it is still paying out.
I will input my own address into it today and then see if a payment shows up tomorrow, or the day after.  

They say they payout once a day so it shouldn't be the case of them holding payment until some minimum
is met...

You should use your own address once a week to have an idea of what the recipient of the lotto gets and to know who is paying and who is not. If mininum payment is in effect, I doubt if the daily lotto winner gets anything. How about the lotto winners posting what they get with the address submitted ?

http://cointube.tv/
is a mystery to me.
I had stopped wasting my time with them a few weeks back.
Re-try them a few days ago. Have not been paid for that.
Anyone here getting regular payment from them ?

http://coinvisitor.com/
Still waiting for them to pay also. 2 days now.
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June 11, 2013, 07:54:46 PM
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First off, Fantastic list, thank you so much! Secondly, I've got two to add.

BTCflow.net  -   It's much like Bitcoin Tree or Bitcoiner single daily payout
http://btcflow.net/

BitBucks.com  -  Apparently it disappeared for a while and is back now, do simple tasks for BTC
http://www.bitbucks.com/

Also figured I'd throw my hat into the ring for the lottery if that's still open
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June 11, 2013, 08:38:54 PM
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Hi from Australia, I very much a newbie
I read article little while ago at HowToGeek about Bitcoin and now addicted.
add me in the lotto please

1HUCkNFJkF3hVSAmXiHKTSqbpU5kRRLx8A

Cheers and good luck to all, including me  Wink

Added...

First off, Fantastic list, thank you so much! Secondly, I've got two to add.

BTCflow.net  -   It's much like Bitcoin Tree or Bitcoiner single daily payout
http://btcflow.net/

BitBucks.com  -  Apparently it disappeared for a while and is back now, do simple tasks for BTC
http://www.bitbucks.com/

Also figured I'd throw my hat into the ring for the lottery if that's still open
1H2mJo1u5SKprG7PmDkdjjrmmjjpxauJzB



Added...  Welcome!

BTCflow is currently being evaluated. A payout confirmation should happen soon. 

I myself tend not to like sites which require one to do "tasks" or complete "offers" to get BTC. It isn't 'free' Bitcoin for sure, but it may qualify for the popular 'earn' BTC category if there is enough good feedback from the community.

Thanks
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June 11, 2013, 10:20:04 PM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


I use the address from the newbie lotto draw winner with that one so I am not sure if it is still paying out.
I will input my own address into it today and then see if a payment shows up tomorrow, or the day after.  

They say they payout once a day so it shouldn't be the case of them holding payment until some minimum
is met...

You should use your own address once a week to have an idea of what the recipient of the lotto gets and to know who is paying and who is not. If mininum payment is in effect, I doubt if the daily lotto winner gets anything. How about the lotto winners posting what they get with the address submitted ?


I check with my own addresses; just not every site every day... in addition to using the draw winner's address in all the relevant faucets every day.
There is also a special faucet just for the draw winner ( as well as the bonus draw, which, so far, has been happening once a month ). 
They will never get nothing. 

That would be nice if the winner came back here to report on what they got, but of course it is up to them. 

I check the winning addresses myself now and then to see how they do...  some of the latest ones were around 0.0002 BTC or so. 
Not much...  but not nothing either...  no one will get rich off these faucets.  But winning a bonus draw can get one as much as 500 times that.

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June 12, 2013, 12:40:22 AM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


I use the address from the newbie lotto draw winner with that one so I am not sure if it is still paying out.
I will input my own address into it today and then see if a payment shows up tomorrow, or the day after.  

They say they payout once a day so it shouldn't be the case of them holding payment until some minimum
is met...

You should use your own address once a week to have an idea of what the recipient of the lotto gets and to know who is paying and who is not. If mininum payment is in effect, I doubt if the daily lotto winner gets anything. How about the lotto winners posting what they get with the address submitted ?


I check with my own addresses; just not every site every day... in addition to using the draw winner's address in all the relevant faucets every day.
There is also a special faucet just for the draw winner ( as well as the bonus draw, which, so far, has been happening once a month ). 
They will never get nothing. 

That would be nice if the winner came back here to report on what they got, but of course it is up to them. 

I check the winning addresses myself now and then to see how they do...  some of the latest ones were around 0.0002 BTC or so. 
Not much...  but not nothing either...  no one will get rich off these faucets.  But winning a bonus draw can get one as much as 500 times that.



Thanks for checking.
I forgot about checking payment with blockchain.info
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June 12, 2013, 01:12:58 AM
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Anyone here getting paid by http://www.bitcoinforest.com/ ?


I use the address from the newbie lotto draw winner with that one so I am not sure if it is still paying out.
I will input my own address into it today and then see if a payment shows up tomorrow, or the day after.  

They say they payout once a day so it shouldn't be the case of them holding payment until some minimum
is met...

You should use your own address once a week to have an idea of what the recipient of the lotto gets and to know who is paying and who is not. If mininum payment is in effect, I doubt if the daily lotto winner gets anything. How about the lotto winners posting what they get with the address submitted ?


I check with my own addresses; just not every site every day... in addition to using the draw winner's address in all the relevant faucets every day.
There is also a special faucet just for the draw winner ( as well as the bonus draw, which, so far, has been happening once a month ). 
They will never get nothing. 

That would be nice if the winner came back here to report on what they got, but of course it is up to them. 

I check the winning addresses myself now and then to see how they do...  some of the latest ones were around 0.0002 BTC or so. 
Not much...  but not nothing either...  no one will get rich off these faucets.  But winning a bonus draw can get one as much as 500 times that.



Thanks for checking.
I forgot about checking payment with blockchain.info

No problem.  And I appreciate the work you, and others who follow this thread, do to monitor the payouts etc. of these various site. 
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June 12, 2013, 03:46:26 AM
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Winner of today's draw: GForce
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June 12, 2013, 04:57:38 AM
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Hi from Australia, I very much a newbie
I read article little while ago at HowToGeek about Bitcoin and now addicted.
add me in the lotto please

1HUCkNFJkF3hVSAmXiHKTSqbpU5kRRLx8A

Cheers and good luck to all, including me  Wink

Added...

First off, Fantastic list, thank you so much! Secondly, I've got two to add.

BTCflow.net  -   It's much like Bitcoin Tree or Bitcoiner single daily payout
http://btcflow.net/

BitBucks.com  -  Apparently it disappeared for a while and is back now, do simple tasks for BTC
http://www.bitbucks.com/

Also figured I'd throw my hat into the ring for the lottery if that's still open
1H2mJo1u5SKprG7PmDkdjjrmmjjpxauJzB



Added...  Welcome!

BTCflow is currently being evaluated. A payout confirmation should happen soon. 

I myself tend not to like sites which require one to do "tasks" or complete "offers" to get BTC. It isn't 'free' Bitcoin for sure, but it may qualify for the popular 'earn' BTC category if there is enough good feedback from the community.

Thanks


i got mine to payout status tonight and requested it so i should know pretty quickly the status.

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June 12, 2013, 08:49:02 AM
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Hi from Australia, I very much a newbie
I read article little while ago at HowToGeek about Bitcoin and now addicted.
add me in the lotto please

1HUCkNFJkF3hVSAmXiHKTSqbpU5kRRLx8A

Cheers and good luck to all, including me  Wink

Added...

First off, Fantastic list, thank you so much! Secondly, I've got two to add.

BTCflow.net  -   It's much like Bitcoin Tree or Bitcoiner single daily payout
http://btcflow.net/

BitBucks.com  -  Apparently it disappeared for a while and is back now, do simple tasks for BTC
http://www.bitbucks.com/

Also figured I'd throw my hat into the ring for the lottery if that's still open
1H2mJo1u5SKprG7PmDkdjjrmmjjpxauJzB



Added...  Welcome!

BTCflow is currently being evaluated. A payout confirmation should happen soon. 

I myself tend not to like sites which require one to do "tasks" or complete "offers" to get BTC. It isn't 'free' Bitcoin for sure, but it may qualify for the popular 'earn' BTC category if there is enough good feedback from the community.

Thanks


i got mine to payout status tonight and requested it so i should know pretty quickly the status.

Payment for http://btcflow.net is scheduled for today at 6 P.M CEST.

My faucets with free BTC:
http://btcflow.net
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June 12, 2013, 03:21:36 PM
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Hi from Australia, I very much a newbie
I read article little while ago at HowToGeek about Bitcoin and now addicted.
add me in the lotto please

1HUCkNFJkF3hVSAmXiHKTSqbpU5kRRLx8A

Cheers and good luck to all, including me  Wink

Added...

First off, Fantastic list, thank you so much! Secondly, I've got two to add.

BTCflow.net  -   It's much like Bitcoin Tree or Bitcoiner single daily payout
http://btcflow.net/

BitBucks.com  -  Apparently it disappeared for a while and is back now, do simple tasks for BTC
http://www.bitbucks.com/

Also figured I'd throw my hat into the ring for the lottery if that's still open
1H2mJo1u5SKprG7PmDkdjjrmmjjpxauJzB



Added...  Welcome!

BTCflow is currently being evaluated. A payout confirmation should happen soon. 

I myself tend not to like sites which require one to do "tasks" or complete "offers" to get BTC. It isn't 'free' Bitcoin for sure, but it may qualify for the popular 'earn' BTC category if there is enough good feedback from the community.

Thanks


i got mine to payout status tonight and requested it so i should know pretty quickly the status.

Payment for http://btcflow.net is scheduled for today at 6 P.M CEST.

I am trying it this morning and it is giving me this error: "Wrong Address!"

What?  I am using the same address I have always used with it.  I cleared the cookies associated with it and it gives the same message.
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June 12, 2013, 03:26:50 PM
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Don't sites that ask me to fill out CAPTCHA codes help to proliferate spam? I don't want to be a part of that. Not for a few pennies.
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June 12, 2013, 03:41:47 PM
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Don't sites that ask me to fill out CAPTCHA codes help to proliferate spam? I don't want to be a part of that. Not for a few pennies.

Try filling out the captcha wrong and see if it returns an error. 
If it does then, I would think, it is used to verify one is a human and not a bot. Right?
Because if a spammer already knows what the captcha value should be why would they need you to fill it out for them? 
Or if I am getting it wrong please explain how some captchas are used to proliferate spam...
and how one can tell the difference between the legit ones and the spammy ones.
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June 12, 2013, 04:13:31 PM
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Hi from Australia, I very much a newbie
I read article little while ago at HowToGeek about Bitcoin and now addicted.
add me in the lotto please

1HUCkNFJkF3hVSAmXiHKTSqbpU5kRRLx8A

Cheers and good luck to all, including me  Wink

Added...

First off, Fantastic list, thank you so much! Secondly, I've got two to add.

BTCflow.net  -   It's much like Bitcoin Tree or Bitcoiner single daily payout
http://btcflow.net/

BitBucks.com  -  Apparently it disappeared for a while and is back now, do simple tasks for BTC
http://www.bitbucks.com/

Also figured I'd throw my hat into the ring for the lottery if that's still open
1H2mJo1u5SKprG7PmDkdjjrmmjjpxauJzB



Added...  Welcome!

BTCflow is currently being evaluated. A payout confirmation should happen soon. 

I myself tend not to like sites which require one to do "tasks" or complete "offers" to get BTC. It isn't 'free' Bitcoin for sure, but it may qualify for the popular 'earn' BTC category if there is enough good feedback from the community.

Thanks


i got mine to payout status tonight and requested it so i should know pretty quickly the status.

Payment for http://btcflow.net is scheduled for today at 6 P.M CEST.

I am trying it this morning and it is giving me this error: "Wrong Address!"

What?  I am using the same address I have always used with it.  I cleared the cookies associated with it and it gives the same message.


If it hasn't been more than 24hrs since I last checked it should give a different error message right?
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