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If you will take a closer look at websites offering to double your bitcoin investment, you will notice that the sites are really designed in the simplest way possible. Next, since it is bitcoin, do you really think that you can still recover your investment if it happens to be a fraud? Most likely, you are not getting your bitcoins back.
CoinSNS has a quite high withdrawal limit – 200.000 Satoshi. But I can confirm you that is is completely possible to reach it and receive the payout. In fact, I’ve received my first payout smoothly and without any issues. This is another bonus point in my eyes for CoinSNS.
Tagpad – This is a social sharing site with Bitcoins built in. Supposedly, they give you coin for sharing your sites, but I haven’t been paid and I’ve been subscribed for a week. I found this site early on, but forgot about it, mostly because I know they haven’t paid. Whoops.
Cointiply 70 – 14,000 satoshis 60 Mins Faucet Hub 35,000 Coins New top paying faucet! Not weighted, either, and they pay a bonus if you roll a prime number! 🤓 Offers games-that-pay-you and paid-for-clicks tasks.
Unbelievable -and when I posted all legit faucet sites that pay in a minute then the post was hidden !!!! We all know referal links are kind of spam but I guess some are allowed to do it here and some are not!!
The founder of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, proposed an electronic payment framework referencing a mathematical proof. He wanted to create a currency independent from any centralized governance, that could be transferred digitally very fast in mere minutes with significantly small fees. And Bitcoin was born.
All Time High – A nifty site for tracking the most recent all-time high in Bitcoin. Pulls from multiple sources and you can choose your fiat currency of choice. Still the best source to get the true price of a bitcoin. Hate to see this one go.
PrimeDice is the undisputed most popular and trusted Bitcoin dice game. Instantly register and claim free bitcoins from their faucet. Some Bitcoin dice game faucets allow the user to play with a free balance, this is usually a very small amount, about 0.00000100 BTC. Another example of a bitcoin dice site is 999Dice. You can withdraw the money you’ve earned for free and also bets you’ve won.
MoonBit.co.in has a baseline payout about 75% of FreeBitco.in if you claim once an hour. However, their daily loyalty bonus rises by 1% for each day you claim at least once, maxing out at 100%, so the hourly baseline is 150% of FreeBitco.in after you’ve been claiming steadily for a few months. In addition a) the mystery bonus adds another 1%-100% of baseline with a fairly even distribution; b) you can boost the hourly take if you claim more than once per hour, though not sure how much higher it can go since I don’t have the time to spare for a claim every five minutes; and c) because the payout continues to go up until you make a claim (I think it maxes out after 24 hours), your first payout after a gap of more than an hour will be bigger than usual, whereas it’ll be the same for FreeBitco.in after a gap. In all, I don’t bother to claim more often than once an hour from MoonBit.co.in, but I still get around twice as much from them in a week as I do from FreeBitco.in.
Bitcoin faucets, as the name suggests are like dripping faucets (taps)… but in this case, it is cryptocurrency units in place of water. Just as the leaking water takes some time to accumulate into a droplet before it drips, users have to wait for a certain duration before they could collect the accumulated coins.
Running a major cryptocurrency exchange is a lucrative business. Coinbase is reported to have made over $1 billion last year, and Binance is on course to pull in $850 million annually. While the bulk of these profits come from trading fees, they’re not the only revenue stream: exchanges are also pocketing millions from the fees ICOs and altcoin developers must pay to have their token listed. [ 472 more words ]
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.
LandofBitcoin #6 – This relatively new kid is a great hub for faucets and other earning options. Plus the faucet is simple, just click it every few minutes and a 2 letter captcha. Boom 100+ Satoshis. Hat-Tip to Phil, a long time friend of the blog!
Your referral commission is quite tempting! I am planning on promoting your investment platform on my crypto blog, I am getting around 5k unique visits each day, and on my twitter account where I give out signals.
Payments have been sent! Hopefully, the congestion in the Bitcoin network continues to die down so that we can resume our normal payment schedule. In the meantime, we are continuing to finalize our new service, which will give our users much more flexibility with payments.
Dear Rajesh, How many of us really understand what a currency is, and many of us are just a followers and we cant accept any new ideas with open heart, that the problem, I regard currency as a great tool to control any individual and killing once individuality, In our so-called democratic system currency, is being controlled by central banks, which is inflated on day to day basis in order to keep us in control, whereas taxes itself a great thing to be understood. Once I told one of my friend this world is governed by crazy peoples, so try… Read more »
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