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July 18, 2012, 03:13:53 PM
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Hi!

We just put online our Free Bitcoin faucet over at http://btcfree.net !

Come check it out and if you have any spare change please donate to the pool to help others get started with Bitcoins!

Donate: 1GBLNvWtRs5TxNnoERsvL2tn6R5CMQqXoK

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- Added 'Top Donations'

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July 18, 2012, 03:37:49 PM
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Hi!

We just put online our Free Bitcoin faucet over at http://btcfree.net !

Come check it out and if you have any spare change please donate to the pool to help others get started with Bitcoins!

Donate: 1GBLNvWtRs5TxNnoERsvL2tn6R5CMQqXoK

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http://btcfree.net

Do you really only give out 0.00001000?  Is that once a day?

I will add it to the free bitcoins thread ( see my sig ) once I check it out.

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July 18, 2012, 03:42:51 PM
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Already requested some bitcoins Smiley

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July 18, 2012, 03:47:16 PM
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Hi!

We just put online our Free Bitcoin faucet over at http://btcfree.net !

Come check it out and if you have any spare change please donate to the pool to help others get started with Bitcoins!

Donate: 1GBLNvWtRs5TxNnoERsvL2tn6R5CMQqXoK

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http://btcfree.net

Do you really only give out 0.00001000?  Is that once a day?

I will add it to the free bitcoins thread ( see my sig ) once I check it out.

We pay out 0.001 per person. The transaction on the stats page was a test by mean. Payments are sent out every hour to reduce fees.

Thanks for adding it to the thread

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July 18, 2012, 04:10:24 PM
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Hi!

We just put online our Free Bitcoin faucet over at http://btcfree.net !

Come check it out and if you have any spare change please donate to the pool to help others get started with Bitcoins!

Donate: 1GBLNvWtRs5TxNnoERsvL2tn6R5CMQqXoK

Thanks
http://btcfree.net

Do you really only give out 0.00001000?  Is that once a day?

I will add it to the free bitcoins thread ( see my sig ) once I check it out.

We pay out 0.001 per person. The transaction on the stats page was a test by mean. Payments are sent out every hour to reduce fees.

Okay, thanks for the quick answer.

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No problem.  ( I'll wait until I see a payment before I add it though.   Wink   )

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July 19, 2012, 08:36:13 PM
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I added your site to the free bitcoins thread in case you didn't notice luaKT.

And btw the title of your site links to http://btcfree.net/index.html instead of http://btcfree.net/index.php and so gives a 404 error if one tries to use it.

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July 22, 2012, 02:42:04 PM
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Due to lack of payments from BitcoinAadvertising.com I've had to temporarily reduce the payout to 0.0001.

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July 22, 2012, 02:46:47 PM
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BitcoinAadvertising.com is a scam Smiley

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July 22, 2012, 02:51:39 PM
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BitcoinAadvertising.com is a scam Smiley

Yeah I've seen several posts about them, wanted to give them the benefit of the doubt first. I've contact them and received no response. I'll be looking for alternatives.

EDIT: I've replaced ads with AnonymousAds.com, will see how it goes.

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July 22, 2012, 03:48:15 PM
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BitcoinAadvertising.com is a scam Smiley

Yeah I've seen several posts about them, wanted to give them the benefit of the doubt first. I've contact them and received no response. I'll be looking for alternatives.

EDIT: I've replaced ads with AnonymousAds.com, will see how it goes.

That's BitcoinAadvertising whit double "a" or only one?

Dunno about BitcoinAdvertising.com being a scam as we've received payments regularly, but lousy customer support yes. As a strange fact they seem to be hosted on the same servers as mtgox and bitcointalk forum, and I don't have evidence to support that just too many coincidences.

We tried with AnonymousAds.com and they have some awful slow servers to serve ads, hope they upgrade some day.

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Who received any payouts from btcfree.net?

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July 22, 2012, 03:52:34 PM
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Hi!

We just put online our Free Bitcoin faucet over at http://btcfree.net !

Come check it out and if you have any spare change please donate to the pool to help others get started with Bitcoins!

Donate: 1GBLNvWtRs5TxNnoERsvL2tn6R5CMQqXoK

Thanks
http://btcfree.net

Change Log:
- Added 'Top Donations'

requested coin a few hrs ago ,and no recieve
your site must be run out of BTC already Smiley
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July 22, 2012, 03:54:42 PM
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Who received any payouts from btcfree.net?

I've confirmed that it pays out, otherwise I wouldn't have added it to the list of free Bitcoin sites

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July 22, 2012, 03:57:43 PM
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Hi!

We just put online our Free Bitcoin faucet over at http://btcfree.net !

Come check it out and if you have any spare change please donate to the pool to help others get started with Bitcoins!

Donate: 1GBLNvWtRs5TxNnoERsvL2tn6R5CMQqXoK

Thanks
http://btcfree.net

Change Log:
- Added 'Top Donations'

requested coin a few hrs ago ,and no recieve
your site must be run out of BTC already Smiley

As of this moment it displays:
Available: 0.50679245 BTC

You may have to wait a few hours or so, like most sites like this which give out small amounts.
They wait to send out many at a time to save on transaction fees.  

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July 22, 2012, 03:59:05 PM
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Who received any payouts from btcfree.net?

I've confirmed that it pays out, otherwise I wouldn't have added it to the list of free Bitcoin sites.  

Got it, added to our "get bitcoins" page too

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July 22, 2012, 04:06:04 PM
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BitcoinAadvertising.com is a scam Smiley

Yeah I've seen several posts about them, wanted to give them the benefit of the doubt first. I've contact them and received no response. I'll be looking for alternatives.

EDIT: I've replaced ads with AnonymousAds.com, will see how it goes.

That's BitcoinAadvertising whit double "a" or only one?

Dunno about BitcoinAdvertising.com being a scam as we've received payments regularly, but lousy customer support yes. As a strange fact they seem to be hosted on the same servers as mtgox and bitcointalk forum, and I don't have evidence to support that just too many coincidences.

We tried with AnonymousAds.com and they have some awful slow servers to serve ads, hope they upgrade some day.

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Who received any payouts from btcfree.net?

That was a typo, single A.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83328.0

CoinAd and several other people in that thread never got paid and BitcoinAdvertising handled the situation very badly.

Thanks for adding it to the list

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July 22, 2012, 04:07:58 PM
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Who received any payouts from btcfree.net?

I've confirmed that it pays out, otherwise I wouldn't have added it to the list of free Bitcoin sites.  

Got it, added to our "get bitcoins" page too

You may want to differentiate between "free" bitcoin sites and those which "pay" you for
doing tasks.

E.g. Coinworker is definitely 'not' a free bitcoin site. You have to spend a lot of time doing
menial work to make very small amounts of bitcoin.

Just a suggestion which may help keep your visitors from getting annoyed at being misled.     

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July 22, 2012, 04:19:07 PM
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This works quite well, and looks pretty decent as well.  I've added this to my personal list of BTC faucets.

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July 22, 2012, 04:19:58 PM
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Who received any payouts from btcfree.net?

I've confirmed that it pays out, otherwise I wouldn't have added it to the list of free Bitcoin sites.  

Got it, added to our "get bitcoins" page too

You may want to differentiate between "free" bitcoin sites and those which "pay" you for
doing tasks.

E.g. Coinworker is definitely 'not' a free bitcoin site. You have to spend a lot of time doing
menial work to make very small amounts of bitcoin.

Just a suggestion which may help keep your visitors from getting annoyed at being misled.    

Yay thanks, didn't see that one, you are absolutely right and I will be fixing it right now, if you see any more like it please tell

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August 25, 2012, 03:27:47 PM
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Changed up the ads a little bit. Hopefully it will make it a little more self-sustaining.

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August 26, 2012, 05:19:34 AM
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Too many malicious ads.

No thank you.

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