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New to Bitcoin faucets

Discussion in 'CryptoCurrency' started by Zimbitt, Sep 14, 2015.

  1. Zimbitt

    Zimbitt Newbie

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    Ok so a few things, can someone explain me what "Rotator" does to the bitcoin and how it is used? Also what is the optimal way to do faucets, any tips tricks to do em?
     
  2. downfall

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    Hi, A rotator is a website that contains a list of faucets. It allows you to go through faucets quickly. Most of the time, you claim your coins on one faucet and you just have to click on a next link and you are redirected to another faucet. The interest for people who create rotator is that you can set your referral link and earn from people you use it.
     
  3. LittleMouse

    LittleMouse Newbie

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    Would you have a rotator script for HTML? :)
     
  4. BTCnet

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    There is an easy way to create a Rotator with no coding coinrotator.net their service is free and the script is pretty good
     
  5. gcgipson

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    I don't know too much about them, but from my limited understanding of them, people try to leverage hundreds of faucets at once to make bitcoins. Correct me if I'm wrong, but faucets require you to do actions to receive a little bit of bitcoin at a time....very slowly. Through some kind of automation, some botters run hundreds of actions in parallel (across multiple faucets) to receive a decent amount of bitcoin at once. Here is a list of faucets:

    http://www.btcfaucetlist.net/
     
  6. 0m1kr0n

    0m1kr0n Newbie

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    I wrote some tools for faucets and even have a faucet. Before you even consider one learn place-value for bitcoin(which are dividends of satoshis). I've never actually seen a faucet or rotator that actually made you money.. They exploit the fact most people don't know, for example, 30000 satoshi is $0.08 and thirty-thousandths of a BTC..

    Basically: I've never seen even a collection of faucets on a rotator that combined pay more than about $0.75 a year.. Any volume strategies using proxies, TOR, or VPNs are just plain retarded..
     
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  7. wahumovewu

    wahumovewu Newbie

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    You are a biiiiiiiiiiiiit late for this, my friend.
     
  8. 0m1kr0n

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    There was never an early.. They pay proportionately the same as they did during the BTC boom(when BTC was around $1,200 supposedly do to low USD value). I still see at least one of these things launched every two-weeks; I know because I'm asked to code bots for them.

    Anyone considering read my last post though.. $0.75 a year and exploiting the fact you don't know place value of BTC.. It's not even supplemental income you're technically paying to view someone else's ads and make them money when you factor time and electricity..
     
  9. Whiningbaby

    Whiningbaby Junior Member

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    The bitcoin industry seems not to have a real direct way out..... the faucets not working.... the captchas, takes you ages to solve, minig, needs a powerful cpu to do that
     
  10. purpthat

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    A bit late for this?