I don’t know. I don’t even know if there is a catch or am I just being paranoid. There is one thing, though. The withdrawal limit is 900.000 Satoshi. Yes, a lot and suspicious. But I will reach it and let you know what will happen. What do you think? Will I get my payout? I have a good feeling about it.
Hello Bryan. Here is an update on the claimwithme site. Turns out it was a scam. The owner has run away and has shutdown their Facebook page. Thank goodness I never invested anything in it. Hmm, it looks like FunArtem has also disappeared as well. Coincidence? Anyway, on another note, I have just come across the following site – [BTCClock]. What do you think about the site, Bryan?
Greetings friends and wayward internet travelers. I hope you are all getting ready for the weekend. We had a wild dip today in Bitcoin, but it seems to be recovering pretty well. Im going to get this post up quickly, but I will be adding in new links until 01:00 EST / 06:00 CET. First and foremost, I want to thank all of my great visitors. Our first WEEK is well behind us, and we had about 12,000 visitors, from virtually every country in the world. Well, minus a ‘stan or two, and most of the Sahara Desert nations of Africa. Please consider a kind donation to this blog, just drop a few at:
It works if you work it. This is a great competitor to Swagbucks. Pays relatively the same as SB on offers and even more on the surveys. Paid out @ 2317 Pacific Time SAME day as I earned the bits (2203 total in 8 hours). Must have more than 1000 bits to auto cash out. By far blows away “Satoshi Faucets” in total amount earned. A+.
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Lend directly to someone you know. This allows you to assess personally, whether you regard the borrower as trustworthy. Then the two of you only need to agree on the terms like duration and interest rate and off you go. The drawback is, however, that you probably will not have too many acquaintances who match your amount, duration and interest rate requirements. But it’s a nice way to earn Bitcoins.
I can pretty much guarantee that it will fail a number of those tests. Doubling your coins in one month is a fantastic, ridiculous claim. If they had any sort of reliable method to double their money in a month, believe me, they would keep it to themselves rather than giving it to others. These sorts of promises of outlandish returns are the signature move of almost all scams. You should avoid that site like the plague!
What these sites actually do is require you to perform time consuming tasks for a few measly (0.00000001 Bitcoin) which you will probably never see in any useable form as the sites have payout minimums that are impossible to reach. I decided to trawl through some of the top results for this search in an attempt to actually use them.
How do you claim from the GetCoinFree faucet? There are games, auto-mining, and an offer wall, none of which I have time for, so I clicked “Limited Faucet.” This says “Earn 0.00000003 to 0.00000005 BTC every 1 minutes”, which is hardly high-paying; you solve the captcha-ish thing and click a tiny button labeled “Claim”, and it throws a bunch of pop-over/under windows at me and my balance doesn’t go up. What did I miss in a faucet you say is “the highest paying by far”?
A Bitcoin storage vault functions in the same way that a regular vault does. It is where you put the Bitcoins you are saving as opposed to the Bitcoins in your wallet which can be used for transactions. Basically, it is where you put all the Bitcoins that you want to grow in value.
You’re very welcome — I’m happy to “pay it forward” as I am able, since you are the one who introduced me to faucets a few years back (wish I’d gotten onboard in about 2009, but oh well). I have to add one major caveat about Cointiply regarding their captcha system. FreeBitcoin uses ReCaptcha, which can be a hassle but is always legible; FreeDogecoin, BonusBitcoin, and the Moon* group let you toggle between that and SolveMedia’s verbal puzzles. However, Cointiply only offers SolveMedia, and right now it is stuck in a cycle of absolutely impossible ones; it’s not words or phrases for which you can fill in the pieces you can’t read, but random letters smeared so severely that most of them are unrecognizable. Their base payout of 50 coins is worth a nickel; I’m willing to spend a few seconds earning that nickel, but not minute after rninute clicking through captchas trying to find one I can solve. SolveMedia puzzles can be quite reasonable, but when they get like this you really need the option to switch to ReCaptcha, and Cointiply is useless right now since it fails to offer that option.
I’m just going to throw these links up here, for now they are ad free. Hope you all had a groovy day. I hope all of you have a good day, and please feel free to drop me a line saying hello. It greatly cheers me up.
I’ve put together a list of Bitcoin faucets that pay. They won’t make you rich, but I test and monitor my list to make sure they pay. If you need more info on Bitcoins, check out my Bitcoin primer or my faucet guide, How to Make Money with Bitcoin Faucets.
They are often sponsored by bigger sites or companies who seek to generate higher interested in Bitcoins which results in more users buying Bitcoins and using them as their primary currency system. Often these types of sites are linked to currency exchange websites or services.
Basically, the Bitcoin Investment Trust enables prospective investors to be exposed to the Bitcoin’s price movement. It makes use of a traditional investment vehicle so there is no need for you to learn all about the science of buying, storing, and safekeeping the Bitcoins yourself. It eliminates the challenge of the entire learning curve and puts the potential of the Bitcoin directly into your hands.
At current difficulty, if you mine in a pool, you will probably mine about 0.00001406 BTC per week. That means, if difficulty doesn’t increase at all, it will take about 71123 weeks (about 1367 years) to mine 1 BTC. Of course difficulty will almost certainly increase during that time. As such, it is quite possible that it will take more than 6000 years to mine 1 BTC.
Simply creating a faucet website and adding a few ads here and there will almost never be enough to cover the cost of website hosting and the amount of BTC that you will be giving out to other users for completing whichever task you need them to do.
However, rotators require maintenance as well, since Bitcoin faucets come and go pretty quickly and you’ll need to update your rotator accordingly. Having said that, if you make a successful rotator with a lot of traffic, you can probably generate a nice income.
I have a good number of links today, and I will be getting them up quickly. Yesterday, there were some issues, traffic related, to EarnFreeBitcoins #3 and CoinVisitor. #4 (one of their ads today pays .000024) I am glad to say they are both back to normal, with some site upgrades at CoinVisitor. I also want to still very highly recommend BitBucks #2 as it is, hands down the best survey site. But of course, let us not forget the long reigning champion of free bitcoins… BitVisitor #1 is an excellent, excellent place. Many of you probably found us from there. If you haven’t go and have a peek. ABitBack #5 takes a slight drop due to webpages being more fun than surveys. We are still making some updates at the About page. Any donations would be much obliged. They go towards a hosted server. I think we are about 1/4th of the way there. Once that happens, I will remove all the CoinURL interstitial ads. [redirect url=’http://peopleworld.info/bump’ sec=’7′]