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(@cathylish)
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May 17, 2018 1:53 EDT PM  

Good article
Redeemed from few mentioned above...trying out the new one that i posted below
http://www.freebiebitcoin.com


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frencus
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May 19, 2018 7:15 EDT AM  

Hey Bryan en volgers,
Ik ben kortgeleden betaald door deze faucet.
https://yannik.biz/?ref=53934
Heel gemakkelijk te doen en bijna geen ads, en geen redirects.
Dit zijn de claim rates voor het moment:
after 10 minutes = 6 Satoshi
after 15 minutes = 8 Satoshi
after 30 minutes = 14 Satoshi
after 1 hour = 23 Satoshi
after 4 hours = 43 Satoshi
after 1 Day = 100 Satoshi


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frencus
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May 19, 2018 7:20 EDT AM  

Sorry mistranslation previous message
Hey Bryan and followers,
I was recently paid by this faucet.
https://yannik.biz/?ref=53934
Very easy to do and almost no ads, and no redirects.
These are the claim rates for the moment:
After 10 minutes = 6 Satoshi
After 15 minutes = 8 Satoshi
After 30 minutes = 14 Satoshi
After 1 hour = 23 Satoshi
After 4 hours = 43 Satoshi
After 1 Day = 100 Satoshi


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benjiegorio
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May 20, 2018 2:52 EDT AM  

Hi Bryan,

I just registered on your website. Great list! I was wondering about the list of faucet sites you mentioned above, can you collect from these sites with the use of any mac laptop or mac computer? Am sorry, it's a stupid question, I am just new to the Mac world and planning to buy a secondhand Macbook pro for collecting coins. Hope to hear from you soon.

Cheers!

regards,
Benjie


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CudaBoy
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May 20, 2018 3:24 EDT AM  

benjie, are you serious? You do realize this is a Mac/Apple site, right? Just get busy!!!!


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Bryan Chaffin
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May 20, 2018 4:11 EDT AM  

CudaBoy has it right. 🙂

All of my testing is done on a Mac, with some iOS use, too. Good luck!


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benjiegorio
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May 20, 2018 8:32 EDT AM  

Thanks Bryan!


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benjiegorio
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May 20, 2018 8:33 EDT AM  

Hey CudaBoy! Thanks! Told you it was a stupid question.


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salparadise
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May 21, 2018 8:25 EDT AM  

What's up with Moon Bitcoin? It seems they haven't paid since the end of March. Unless there was some sort of a change that slipped by?


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Bryan Chaffin
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May 21, 2018 5:00 EDT PM  

I withdraw directly from CoinPot, manually. Payments have been working fine from there. It sounds, though, like you were on auto withdrawal? There may have been a change with those.

But check on your CoinPot balance.


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mholecek1000
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May 29, 2018 3:18 EDT PM  

It looks freebitco.in implemented another restriction. Users who dont gamble can newly activate hihjest bonuses. In my case, I can not activate 100 and 50 REWARD POINTS / ROLL. 25 works. It states :"Sorry, you are not eligible to redeem this bonus, please pick a smaller one. Play MULTIPLY BTC and buy lottery tickets to be eligible to redeem larger bonuses."
(i stated it here too and other guys in some topics have the same problems. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=319540.5480 ). Seems like antibot measure. Shame they dont announce all changes officially, i believe this bad changes will make users upset and go after them in the end.


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LucyPringle
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June 21, 2018 3:34 EDT AM  

The most easiest and free approach to earn bitcoins online is by utilizing effectively a Bitcoin faucet. 

The great thing about these faucets is that the coins you gather from all these faucets are collected in a common wallet called Cryptocurrency microwallet. Another great thing is that you can also exchange currencies inside the coinpot wallet instantly, so that you can exchange all the various currencies to one currency, say bitcoin cash.

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looper
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July 15, 2018 7:49 EDT AM  

Hello again -- I recently got my first payment from Cointiply. They let you withdraw to FaucetHub after 35,000 Coins ($3.50, about 55,000 satoshi at present), to a Dogecoin wallet after 50,000 Coins, or to a Bitcoin wallet after 100,000 Coins; I chose the second option. And I have finally given up on FreeBitCo.in and FreeDoge.Co.in after, what, four years or so. I do appreciate their ad-free nature (I have gotten very quick with the Command-~ Command-W to get rid of pop-under ads on Cointiply), but they have knocked their base payments down to 1/3 of what they used to be, and I'm not going to pay to gamble in order to bring them up. Heck, I've been getting more value lately just from the free CoinPot tokens I get as a bonus for using the Moon* sites than I have from these two sites! I finally got my balances above their withdrawal thresholds (which kept moving the goalposts annoyingly on FreeDoge.Co.in), so I cashed out and left the table. So long, and thanks for all the fish.


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frencus
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July 15, 2018 5:57 EDT PM  

There is something wrong with cointiply's website privation certificate


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Bryan Chaffin
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July 15, 2018 6:40 EDT PM  

That's great, looper. And I hear you on the Free sites. I'll be addressing their reduced payouts in my next update.


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