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July 03, 2012, 03:45:55 PM
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By connecting Bitcoin users to Bitcoin websites we help grow and expand the Bitcoin ecosystem!

Bitvisitor offers the following AMAZING features:

1) Pre-Qualified Visitors
All Bitvisitors are guaranteed to have a Bitcoin wallet and have some familiarity with using Bitcoin.

2) Captcha Verified
All Bitvisitors are captcha verified to ensure that you only receive human verified traffic.

3) Low cost/High Volume
1 BTC = 1000 visitors currently (subject to market rate)

We strongly encourage all website owners to try out Bitvistor for themselves and experience our truly revolutionary platform!

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July 03, 2012, 06:53:28 PM
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Not affiliated with BitVisitor in any ways, but I use the service as a visitor, and I think it's great.

Of all the "free" bitcoin sites out there, this one is definetely the one where I notice and care about the ads the most.

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July 03, 2012, 08:26:58 PM
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Being new I'm finding BitVisitor very helpful. I think it's a good way for anyone that's new too learn and find sites that use Bitcoin.  Plus you earn a small amount while your doing it.

By learning I mean how people are using Bitcoin, site fees, etc.. It helps me get an idea of what rates people are charging for services, products and so on.

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July 08, 2012, 12:56:15 PM
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Broken: http://de.jimdo.com/info/framebuster/
The 0.48 mBTC one.
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July 08, 2012, 01:00:22 PM
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Broken: http://de.jimdo.com/info/framebuster/
The 0.48 mBTC one.
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That's not broken.
It has a framebuster, so it can't be shown inside an iframe on other site, which I suppose Bitvisitor is doing.
Pretty dumb from the site owner to have a framebusting script there and signup for such a service. Or maybe it wasn't dumb and he's trying to fool Bitvisitor into sending him visitors which he won't have to pay for, and you can see it's already happening Wink

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July 08, 2012, 01:55:51 PM
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Broken: http://de.jimdo.com/info/framebuster/
The 0.48 mBTC one. :-(
That's not broken.
It has a framebuster, so it can't be shown inside an iframe on other site, which I suppose Bitvisitor is doing.
Pretty dumb from the site owner to have a framebusting script there and signup for such a service. Or maybe it wasn't dumb and he's trying to fool Bitvisitor into sending him visitors which he won't have to pay for, and you can see it's already happening Wink

How about this: For me as a visitor it's not working. I also can not advance to other ads, because of it. Pretty close to broken, surely? ;-)

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July 08, 2012, 01:58:03 PM
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Broken: http://de.jimdo.com/info/framebuster/
The 0.48 mBTC one. :-(
That's not broken.
It has a framebuster, so it can't be shown inside an iframe on other site, which I suppose Bitvisitor is doing.
Pretty dumb from the site owner to have a framebusting script there and signup for such a service. Or maybe it wasn't dumb and he's trying to fool Bitvisitor into sending him visitors which he won't have to pay for, and you can see it's already happening Wink

How about this: For me as a visitor it's not working. I also can not advance to other ads, because of it. Pretty close to broken, surely? ;-)

It's working to the site owner. He's geting your visit, but you aren't geting paid for it, and I suspect Bitvisitor is also not geting paid for it.
But I still think it isn't malice, because all that page says is that you can't iframe the site. If it was malice it would probably redirect you to the homepage, or something Wink

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July 18, 2012, 09:54:07 AM
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Currently you pay a lot more to miners than to visitors (maybe 2:1 or more). You should send to multiple recipients in one transaction to save the fee, so you can earn more, reduce the advertising fee, and pay more to visitors --- a win-win-win solution

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July 18, 2012, 07:36:19 PM
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Currently you pay a lot more to miners than to visitors (maybe 2:1 or more). You should send to multiple recipients in one transaction to save the fee, so you can earn more, reduce the advertising fee, and pay more to visitors --- a win-win-win solution

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July 22, 2012, 03:39:15 AM
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I can never proceed when ancientbeast.com is displayed. The bitvisitor bar disappears.

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July 31, 2012, 11:57:51 PM
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I visited sites through BitVisitor yesterday (address 1AGJBbi3i4YBgG97J9b8p2snRDTEoZNCca) and went through the maximum number of steps (about ten or so) but never got paid. I did it again today and visited 4–5 sites but only got paid for two of them. Before it was working fine. Is there a problem or are payments just taking longer than usual to process?

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