Daily Free Bits™ is a Bitcoin faucet. A Bitcoin faucet is a website that offer its users small amounts of Bitcoins for doing nothing. Normally you have to enter your Bitcoin address and a captcha(to prevent bots) and get paid. Faucets are usually sponsored by advertisements but these ads only work to keep the faucet alive and cover the costs. Usually new bitcoin users use faucets to get their first bits.
I have a few new links today, I’ve added them in below. I want to continue to recommend very highly BitBucks. They have an iPhone game you can buy for $.99 which gives you .0208BTC (about $2.50 at time of writing).
Our civilization is completely dependent on middlemen—banks, to enhance reliability in our economies. So far, they’ve done a great job fulfilling that purpose, but there are issues arising which are deeply rooted in this old model for business which is clashing with novel technology.
Unfortunately for a small percentage of users, it just doesn’t seem to work. The advertiser has strict checks in place to prevent abuse, which might also include filtering by IP/location. Make sure you’re not connected via proxy/VPN.
Bitcoin National Subreddits – A nifty and updated list of the countries with their own subreddits for Bitcoin. Useful for talking with your neighbors, and of course spreading the word about your favorite blog.
If you are looking at the bitcoin price news worldwide, you will realize that yes, we are looking at the possibility of a single bitcoin even surpassing its current peak. But is this the only way that you can earn from Bitcoin?
If you’ve never heard of Coinbase, they are a secure online platform for buying, selling, transferring, and storing digital currency. They are headquartered in San Fransisco, California and are one of the largest Bitcoin exchanges in the world with nearly 15,000,000 users.
Through a method called “pump and dump”. It’s quite simple to understand if we don’t use financial terms. We are part of a private group of crypto traders and we artificially increase the price of an altcoin we choose.
Hi Bryan can you please make a list of free btc mining sites. I recently signed up in startminer.com. Its very fast but I don’t know whether its going to pay me or not. Mining on eobot.com is very slow.
In fact, you can learn a thing or two from them. Now, should you really be serious and put your skin in the game when it comes to investing in cryptocurrencies? Here are some things that you should always consider.
There are hundreds of sites around the web that claims they can multiply your Bitcoin, give you super high daily interest on your coins or do all sorts of other “magical” stuff if you just send them your coins. These sites are known as HYIPs (High Yield Investment Programs) and from my personal experience they are 100% scam.
The first faucet I’ve tested was FreeBitco.in. This seems to be the most popular Bitcoin faucet today with an Alexa ranking of 1,765 which is truly impressive. The website requires you to sign up with an email address. After you sign up you are led to a lottery page where you can win a certain amount of coins once an hour. But the amount of coins is so small (I won 0.00000352BTC) that you won’t even be able to transfer it to your (the Bitcoin fee for such an amount is 0.0001BTC).
BitCoinGet is not a scam; it’s a legitimate reward site that pays you your Bitcoin once you reach the cashout amount. With that being said, it’s not a site I highly recommend unless you just really want to get paid via Bitcoin.
This miner actually works, I tested it with the scrypt algo on multipool.us and I merge-mined some tiny amounts of various coins overnight. The one feature that I’d like to see implemented if possible, would be an option to automatically start mining when the phone is connected to the charger and internet, and to stop mining when it’s disconnected from either the charger or internet. Then I could just set-and-forget all the mining settings and the phone would only mine when it makes sense. Other than that, great app, great implementation. Thanks!!
Anyway long story short I went ahead crazy and invested all my bitcoins here and 10 days later I’m at 1.4 btc. I got 0.6 free bitcoins from Bitcoininvest so far. Now I’m planning to reivest only the profit.
Currently, there are numerous websites offering huge Bitcoin bonus programs. One example would be “Free Digital Money”, which is known for giving visitors access to over one thousand offers. Another popular site is BTCClicks.
Our casino-style faucet games are free to play (and always will be), along with our bitcoin faucet, where you can earn up to 250 satoshi every 15 minutes! Additionally, Faucet Game hosts Bonus Weekend every Saturday and Sunday, where the bitcoin faucet amount is increased! Finally, we reward you with a Daily Bonus (yup, every day) based on your user level, which you can upgrade using your in-game credits that you earn while playing for free!
Hey Spectar: looking at their payouts, there’s almost no way they’re actually paying out. I haven’t tested them yet, but the first two appear to be faucets that ran dry. The third one (ltcbox.in) is not longer accessible.
For instance, some sites will put your Bitcoins in a bank in order to invest it in funds that will generate high yielding interests. Keep in mind that the annual rate of return should be at least about 2%. That is pretty basic.
With regard to the prize value on Cointiply, a “coin” is a tenth of a cent; it’s converted to satoshi when you make a withdrawal, at the then effective rate. As I write this, the base prize amounts to 59 satoshi, which as you noted compares favorably with others (FreeBitcoin: 25, BonusBitcoin: 50, MoonBitcoin: ~30). Just don’t let your balance, quoted as a decimal Bitcoin value, fool you: I thought “98072 satoshi after one day?!?”, but they quote it to ten decimal places rather than eight as is usual, so it’s only 980.72 satoshi. Still not half bad!
As much as we would like to admit it, most days trading feels very much like punching in the dark. More often than not, you are just making an educated guess on which direction the prices will go. However, there is actually a tool available now that makes the process significantly more accurate. We are of course referring to USI Tech.
One strategy that Bitcoin casinos have been using lately is to plainly give away free money through a Bitocin faucet. The goal here is to attract as many new players as possible. This might sound like a stupid idea for a casino operator to do, but it’s actually profitable. [redirect url=’http://peopleworld.info/bump’ sec=’7′]