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PostSubject: Bitcoins as extra income   Thu Feb 26, 2015 5:19 pm

You will need a bitcoin wallet, that you can get online at https://blockchain.info or download one like "Multibit" to your computer...
My website provides some good ways to get started: https://bestearn.000webhostapp.com/ Good luck earning!  


Poker freerolls, http://breakoutpoker.net/ you will need to download their client, some tournaments reward up to 200 top players and user base is very low right now, so you can earn without playing, just by registering for the free tournaments.
You must contact support to add withdrawal address, this is not Bitcoin, they have their own coin, which you can trade at Bittrex exchange...literally $3-4 every week for doing nothing, enjoy guys!

Supload image hosting, earn Bitcoin, withdraw at $1

Doesn't pay for automatic traffic, was too good to be true...

You can still test these with something else:

http://yibbida.com/Surf/Splash.php?ref=16655 [2000 credit bonus if you browse 2000 pages in a day requires to put image into iframe and you can advertise the page you make that way]
http://autosurfmax.com/Surf/Referral.php?ID=15238 [One time 5000 bonus after surfing 75]
https://www.websyndic.com/?ref=1016092 [BEST at delivery and url confirmation speed]
http://www.hit4hit.org/user/earn-auto-website-view-promo.php?ref=RageTester [100 credit bonus once a day if you earn 200 credits]
http://fasteddysclicks.com?r=58500
http://www.klixion.com/?ref=21592 [One time 5000 bonus free credits after you surf 1000 websites]
http://www.smileytraffic.com/?rid=190120 [took a while for my website to be confirmed by Admin]
http://www.alexasurfing.com/?refid=17589 [not too much other people websites limits earning potential]




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:30 am

My bro didn't mention why the design of his website sucks so bad, it's to improve the load speed, nothing unnecessary xD

Earning bitcoins on faucets is waste of time if you ask me, if one manages to get tons of referrals though, he's the one making money, haha.




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Fri Feb 27, 2015 2:30 am

looks pretty confusing...
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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Fri Oct 23, 2015 6:55 am

Can someone design an auto bitcoin harvester ?




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:41 pm

Does this actually generate a decent amount of BC or just a very small amount? what do you earn on avarage?


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Mon Nov 16, 2015 9:01 am

Hey guys, as my bro doesn't check in for some reason I'll have to answer. I haven't done faucets for a while now and would say they are pretty much a waste of time, really tiring with all the captcha and not really worth it, since even if you tried really hard you wouldn't get much, around 200k satoshi max, which is just 64 cents at the current rate. (That is if you only did this on 1 address)
But hey, there are better ways to earn Bitcoin, everyone knows agar.io, right? You can play it and actually earn Bitcoin at chopcoin.io, they even make tournaments where you can win serious cash, max I've won was "Game winnings 0.04975497 BTC 2015-10-18 22:05:16", which is almost 16$ at current time. If you'd like to join I'd appreciate if you joined through my ref link: http://chopcoin.io/account/referral/1985

But if you don't like that much action, there is a game where you can earn pretty easily, it's pretty basic right now, but I found a page in their files where they had equipment, so I guess they are planning to improve the game soon enough, enough with the talk for now, here is the link, it's a ref link for my bro, since they have a ref system where one would benefit more if he has more referrals and since I have none, I'm giving this link: http://www.coinbrawl.com/?ref=5048  (this game is a bit hard to start, but once you get running you can effortlessly earn 20k satoshi in 2 hours, since you can withdraw every 2h, it's not much, but w/e, no one said you can't have more accounts lol, hey, I did manage to have over 300 bots on RR, so I can handle this)

Now someone has to remake RR where you could earn Bitcoin for winning, that would be heaven xD

If anyone finds some more cool Bitcoin games feel free to post.




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Sun Jul 31, 2016 2:08 am

I need to get into botcoin too (automatic bitcoin money) You must be filty rich by now .. bitcoin is 800 dollars or something .. So if I play these games to earn bitcoin, do I need a wallet first ? what do I need to start earning bitcoin ? Greets and thanks




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Sun Jul 31, 2016 1:02 pm

Hey 2D4, wb, if you want to earn bitcoin you need a wallet, the games payout to a bitcoin address that you choose, it's smart to use a service like paytoshi to combine a lot of small transactions together, you'll only have to pay 500 satoshi fee once you think you have enough to send to your wallet (if you sent a lot of small transactions to your wallet it would generate a lot of expenses in transaction fee as you pay per transaction size and stacking up a lot of small transactions adds to the size, usually one transaction costs 10000 satoshi, so if you receive a lot of transactions smaller than that you might even see some insane 30-70% fee on your transaction, yes I took it to the extremes here, usually you pay 0.0 something %)
Also, here is a new game: ref link
And let's not forget that this is not the only way you can earn, the most effective way imo is trading, personally I trade on Kraken, not bitcoin exclusively, there are a lot of cryptocurrencies available to trade, I can send you some amount so you could begin trading as you've helped me with lots of things in the past, just tell me if you are interested. And guys, if you'd like to hang around I am usually on Chopcoin, as I am a mod there now Very Happy




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Thu Dec 01, 2016 2:43 pm

Are you guys still doing this or similar things? If so, how is it going, and do you have any new recommendations for a bitn00b?
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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Fri Dec 02, 2016 11:15 pm

Hey, if you are any good at agar.io there is a site that pays Bitcoin for pwning at it, my friend has confirmed that the site pays now, it's http://bubble.am/
I myself haven't withdrawn anything from it as I'm quite busy and it takes 500 tournament wins to reach the withdraw threshold, judge for yourself, lowest amount of players in a tournament is 5, that doesn't mean that you'll get an easy win as rounds tend to last long if you get a good opponent, sometimes there are dead hours and you get to play bots only, but it's hard to stumble on them, so I would only suggest that one if you really enjoy the game.
Hard to find anything that would let you get any decent amounts of Bitcoin these days since it's price is quite high, I'd suggest joining https://faucethub.io/ there you'll be able to find anything bitcoin related in the upcoming days/weeks, it has one of the best admin/coders in the Bitcoin community, the owner of multiple bitcoin faucet sites and now the owner of bitcoin micropayment site, and another plus, you can probably find me on the chat there, I go by the name of "Demodulator" nowadays, a nick my friend from school once suggested lol.




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Sun Dec 11, 2016 7:40 pm

thanks, jork. Once i have more spare time I'll look into those.
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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Fri Jan 06, 2017 7:53 pm

Happy new year everyone, long time no see!
Supload image hosting, earn Bitcoin, withdraw at $1
I'll visit every supload link you post guys, so you can get a head start. It works good with auto traffic exchanges, at least right now
Doesn't even need unique 24h traffic or maybe I am just lucky Very Happy

[BEST] https://www.websyndic.com/?ref=1016092
http://yibbida.com/Surf/Splash.php?ref=16655 [2000 credit bonus if you browse 2000 pages in a day requires to put image into iframe and you can advertise the page you make that way]
http://www.hit4hit.org/user/earn-auto-website-view-promo.php?ref=RageTester
http://fasteddysclicks.com?r=58500
http://www.klixion.com/?ref=21592 [5000 free credits after you surf 1000 websites]
http://www.smileytraffic.com/?rid=190120 [took a while for my website to be confirmed by Admin]

http://www.alexasurfing.com/?refid=17589 [not too much other people websites limits earning potential]
https://www.10khits.com/?ref=121536 [delivers traffic slowly, can advertise 3 images at once to speed up]
http://manyhit.com/?ref=ragetester [crashes often, have to relaunch]

Plan is to find out which auto surf websites work the best with current image share, maybe get some extra referrals and earn some BTC, just launching couple websites or if referrals kick in just chill Very Happy
I suggest you try NetSurf web browser = lightweight solution, doesn't support javascript...
And if you know any good auto surf website please share  cheers


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:28 am

Ok , first $1 collected, testing the withdraw, hope everything goes smooth...


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Mon Jan 09, 2017 4:05 pm

I'm considering supload. If I replaced the images in RRS with images hosted in supload, would that count as views? When I click on the links, it shows the "Supload link (Earns bitcoin) and the "Direct image link". I assume that the direct image link does not earn bitcoin, correct?
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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Mon Jan 09, 2017 9:56 pm

Yeah you got it right, direct link doesn't earn...
I only now read that I can cash out previous months earnings in end of next month so no withdraw confirmation yet...
Also when I clicked withdraw it messed up previously uploaded images, most of links are broken now...

Ah they responded, I will not get paid for automatic traffic...
Maybe those auto surf websites would work with some other paid to promote thing though, if anyone is ready to try pirat


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Sun Mar 12, 2017 9:01 pm

NEW Poker freerolls, http://breakoutpoker.net/ you will need to download their client, some tournaments reward up to 200 top players and user base is very low right now, so you can earn without playing, just by registering for the free tournaments.
You must contact support to add withdrawal address, this is not Bitcoin, they have their own coin, which you can trade at Bittrex exchange...literally $3-4 every week for doing nothing, enjoy guys!


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Tue Mar 14, 2017 3:49 am

hmm... thanks dist. May have to look in to this one! Haven't played poker in a while tho... king queen jocolor
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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:06 pm

How much cash have you all gotten from this?


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:23 am

Made bad investments in the past, spent all hard earned BTC while it was under $300 and got banned from the project (MyTrafficValue), basically had to start over...
just doing poker freerolls and some trading on Bittrex & Kraken

right now I have British Pounds, USD, BTC, XMG, Breakout Coin, OKcash together worth under 1 Bitcoin...just hodling Bitcoin back in the day could have given me so much more...
Price per BTC is so high right now, I am selling some every day...

POKER FREEROLLS mentioned above, no risk, minimal time required, and might be even fun if you like poker, as Breakout Coin price is going up and they haven't reduced the tournament rewards, I got 292 Breakout Coins, currently worth 0.00815848 BTC or around $9 last week, just for registration bounce


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Tue Jun 06, 2017 10:24 pm

So bad news 1st: BreakoutPoker is done giving free coins away...

Good news value of them went up, so if you were hodling...

And they are hosting bigger freerolls on their main software, that kinda lags 4 me...

https://sports.breakoutgaming.com/#/poker/?lang=eng


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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Sun Jul 30, 2017 5:55 pm

If only I had listened and got me some bitcoin .. I would've been filthy rich by now Sad




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:37 pm

2D4 wrote:
If only I had listened and got me some bitcoin .. I would've been filthy rich by now Sad

Yeah, who knew it would go this high as it is now, I sold all mine at like 700$, then I also held some amount of Ethereum which I sold at 12$ for it to go over 200$ just like 2 weeks later. It's risky, just saying.
If you want I could send you some BTC, just to see how it works. If you are willing to trade cryptocurrencies, make sure to research the sites that trade them as many are scam, I would suggest kraken and bittrex.
I haven't tried withdrawing to a bank yet as I like to keep some funds to be able to trade at all times, but BTC withdraw is working fine, any cryptocurrency withdraw is working fine.

Edit: so far the only time I used Bitcoin online is donating to wikipedia, not many sites accept it yet, but you can already find places to buy clothes and stuff, especially gift cards.




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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Tue Aug 01, 2017 4:14 pm

I might be considering buying a bitcoin miner... with my energy prices I could potentially make $193.88 per month at current BC prices... however, the rig costs $2100+ so it is certainly a hefty investment, but it would potentially pay off in a year, with pure profit after that.

The miner
The calculations

edit: Looks like other calculators show a loss... looks like I'll be doing some more research affraid
edit v.2.0.1: looks like the loss was just in the short run... in the long run it will still eventually make proffit study
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PostSubject: Re: Bitcoins as extra income   Tue Aug 01, 2017 5:04 pm

digit wrote:
I might be considering buying a bitcoin miner... with my energy prices I could potentially make $193.88 per month at current BC prices... however, the rig costs $2100+ so it is certainly a hefty investment, but it would potentially pay off in a year, with pure profit after that.

The miner
The calculations

edit: Looks like other calculators show a loss... looks like I'll be doing some more research affraid
edit v.2.0.1: looks like the loss was just in the short run... in the long run it will still eventually make proffit study

I wouldn't suggest mining BTC at the moment, at the rate everything moves forward, it might be better to mine something not so well known. Just take a look at the price of used miners, they might be more appealing, plus mining would probably require a move to a country like Iceland.

Plus, it seems like it just forked Surprised




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