Moon Bitcoin Review: The Best Faucet – The best and worst

My cryptocurrency Journey

Bitcoin Faucets are a great way to obtain cryptocurrency if you don’t have the funds to invest in Bitcoin, but still want to invest in this growing asset class. Who knows what Bitcoin will be worth in 7 years.
A “faucet” is a term used in the cryptocurrency world. It means a place where you can go to claim a small amount of crypto (like 1% of $.01). There are hundreds of faucets out there. Some are scams, some are real.
Coinpot is the one of best faucet around the world.
Step 1: Sign up for a Coinpot MicroWallet ( This is a where each faucet will send your “claim”. When you reach your withdrawal minimum, you will want to move your cryptocurrency from your software wallet (CoinPot) to another wallet.
Step 2: Sign up with each of the following faucets. Each one of these faucets is already connected to your Coinpot Micro Wallet. As long as you sign up with the same email address you used to sign up for your Coinpot, they are automatically connected. Play around with each faucet a bit to get a feel for how this works. Please use my referral codes to sign up for the faucet.
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  7. Moon Dodgecoin -
Here are my referral links and if you signed up using my klinks I get a small commision.
when you are signed up and referring friend use your referral links so that will give a small commision.
happy cryptocurrency claiming.
If you have any problem.
let me know. I'd love to help you out.
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The ultimate guide to passive crypto earnings!

I've spent the last couple months figuring out a good strategy to generate some passive cryptocurrency without investing money before a big bull-run starts. As Bitcoin is still fairly low, but cryptos have been risen again in the last weeks, it's best to get in now. I don't have very much time, so I examinated the best-working websites with the littlest time investment and the highest result possible.

Disclaimer: This will be a long post and I'll tell you all the sites I use and how my strategy works. Use it as an inspiration and develop your own working strategy. Skip stuff that doesn't seem to be worth your time or websites you don't like. If you don't like to use a referral-link, just remove the last part of the link. Most websites will give you a bonus when signing up with a ref-link, though and I would appreciate it for the effort I put in this guide.

I assume you have some basic knowledge on cryptocurrencies, a wallet and accounts on Faucethub and Coinpot.

So, let's get started.

Step 1: Claim once a day from stacking up faucets

If you're familiar with faucets, you probably know the moon-faucets that pay directly to Coinpot. They keep stacking up until your next claim, so they are the best and highest-paying faucets if you want to keep your time claiming as little as possible. I suggest you use them at least once a day to accumulate the daily bonus that will really change your game. I do a quick claiming round once in the morning and once in the evening. If you have more time, they are also really worth being claimed more often. For the sake of completion I will include them here:

Moonbitcoin for Bitcoin
Moonlitecoin for Litecoin
Moonbitcoincash for Bitcoin Cash
Moondash for Dash
Moondogecoin for Dogecoin
Bitfun stacking up Bitcoin-faucet that pays instantly to Coinpot

Two new exact clones of the Moonfaucets that pay instantly to Faucethub with no minimum. They also have daily bonus:

Getcoin Bitcoin for Bitcoin
Getcoin Litecoin for Litecoin

And the last stacking up faucet for BTC:

So yeah, try to claim them at least once a day to maintain your daily bonus. The bonus can really be a game changer on these ones. Claiming them all will take no more than 5-10 minutes every day.

Step 2: Receive daily interest on your faucet claims!

Send your Bitcoin to Freebitcoin and receive daily interest on your balance once you have more than 30000 Satoshis (shouldn't take too long if you put in some effort in the beginning). You can also use the website as a faucet once a hour. It is actually paying well. If you use my link to sign up a new account you will receive life-long +12,5% on your daily interest and +25% on all your claims. If you already have an account, just create a new one with this link and delete your old one as this ref-back-bonus will give you a decent boost on your earnings. Freebitcoin is one of the oldest and most trusted website in the crypto scene!

Step 3: Claim even more cryptos once you have some spare time

Highest-paying sites I found where you can claim every hour along with Freebitcoin are these:

Cointiply: very high paying and they also give you daily interest, but are tied to USD-rates, so you're better off withdrawing your satoshis to Freebitcoin once you reached minimum withdrawal as you would lose satoshis if BTC price continues to rise.

Freedogecoin: Same as Freebitcoin, but with less functions.

Bitsfree: New website with cool design where you can claim once a hour and withdraw to Faucethub at a fairly low amount. Pays pretty well.

Claimbits: Same script as Bitsfree, but pays a bit less and you have to solve three shortlinks once in a while to be able to claim. It's still worth participating in.

Remember: On every claim on these websites you have the chance to win a big amount of cash. So try to use them as often as possible. Unlike the stacking up faucets, with the exception of Cointiply, they don't have a daily bonus, so it's no problem if you ignore them for a while.

Bonusbitcoin: Claim a good amount of satoshis every 15 minutes. Instant payments to Coinpot again.

Click high-paying ads on AdBtc and Dogeads. Another good website for high-paying BTC-ads is Bits-Pays.

Use websites where you can do surveys and all kinds of stuff to earn money that also pay in cryptocurrency. The best website I found that is similar to Swagbucks and has the option to pay cryptos is probably Grindabuck.

Claim your daily bonus at Firefaucet, collect some Autoclaims during the week and run it during the happy hours on the weekend to get most of it. Instant payments to Faucethub.

Step 4: Use semi-passive methods with crypto farming games

There are some crypto games out there that have the ability to build you a decent chunk of passive income after a while. The sites require small tasks you do to earn crypto or credits which you can re-invest in stuff that will generate passive income for you. It takes some effort upfront, but once set up they will passively pay you with no additional effort.Here are my favorites:

Satoshi-Labs: Claim from a faucet every 5 minutes, do surveys and shortlinks and re-invest your earnings in buildings that will generate satoshis for you every hour.

Cryptomininggame: Play a simulated mining game and do missions to level up. As you level up, your earnings increase. This site has a high stacking up daily bonus and can be very profitable once you get to a high level.

Bits-Pays: Has several options to earn passive income. You can play their mining game or buy company shares that will give you dividends. It has a lot of attractive offers for advertisers and very high paying ads and daily bonus, too!

Bitcoinfun: This is a new website that works the exact same as satoshilabs. Once you're into satoshilabs you will also get Bitcoinfun. I see a lot of potential for this website.

Step 5: Fully passive methods

So yeah, let's come to the best part. There are options that require no effort at all! Let's go.

I've already written about sending my satoshis to Freebitcoin for daily interest, but what you can also do is sending some cryptos to Eobot. They are probably the only legit Cloudmining platform out there that has been paying since 2013. You can also claim some GHS there every 24 hours if you set Mining to GHS 5.0. first, which is cool. I like to send some of my altcoins like Doge and Bitcoin Cash to them and convert them in GHS to earn passive Satoshis.

You have probably heart it a thousand times on this sub, but you can also earn Bitcoin by using the two legit autosurfers that pay in Bitcoin by now. This is a fully passive method, just run them whenever you're online.

Getcashfree and Fastcashmining.
Another fully passive website planning to add crypto-payments soon is Radioearn.

Use browser extensions that will automatically generate money for you just for using them:

Presearch: This is probably the best search engine I've ever seen. After installing it will be opened every time you open a new tab. You can customize it, so you can choose from searching via Google, Amazon, Reddit, Wikipedia and much more without accessing the websites first. This is very comfortably and the best part about it: You earn Pre-Tokens for every search, which you can later exchange for BTC. A browser extension that shows you some Banners while surfing the web and pays you some money for it. You can disable it at any time and it isn't over-present at all when surfing (I barely notice the banners).

Claim every 24 hours from Mellowads and use it to advertise your ref-links. You can also promote your ref-links on AdBTC, Bits-Pays and DogeAds. Having referrals is another good way to generate some passive income.

Sign up for Mannabase. This is a cool project that aims to create some sort of crypto Universal Basic Income for everyone. After signing up you will need to verify your identity and once they accept you, you'll receive free Manna every week. You can then exchange Manna for BTC or USD. As they have a lot of pending approvals, expect it to take 1-2 months before they accept you.


So yeah, that's basically my main sources and my strategy and I treat it as some sort of site-business. If I am lazy, I spend no more than 10-15 minutes a day to claim the stacking up faucets and daily bonuses on websites and receive my daily interest, payments from Eobot, crypto games and browser extensions anyway. It's really cool to watch your balances, bonus and interest grow over time and who knows? 1$ in Crypto could be 30$ of Crypto in the future. Use this guide as an inspiration to develop your own strategy of acquiring as many Cryptos for free as you can. For me these websites work the best. And I tested a lot of websites.

Additional tips: Use different passwords on the websites and write them all down. It can be a hassle memorizing several passwords. Also create a separate e-mail-address for all the crypto websites. To make it easier handling all the websites, group them in a document e.q. all 1 hour faucets, all stacking up faucets and add links, so you can quickly access them when you want to use this particular group of websites. Be patient at first, your earnings will increase over time.

Feel free to ask me anything, have fun and happy claiming! :)
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11-08 21:54 - 'Im no expert and read up yourself. But. I hear a lot of talk about xrp, I don't really like it as they're a bit centralised and the ripple ceo is in bed with the banks, kinda the opposite of why I got in to crypto. I...' by /u/PewPewChickaChicka removed from /r/Bitcoin within 17-27min

Im no expert and read up yourself. But. I hear a lot of talk about xrp, I don't really like it as they're a bit centralised and the ripple ceo is in bed with the banks, kinda the opposite of why I got in to crypto. I like Nano but looking at the charts and followed it for a while I wont put my savings in it. Got $100 Ive been given through different faucets. It does have some nice usage but also some quiet not so nice, instant transactions and fee-less, but 0 insensitive to run nodes. Not exchanging my btc for alts just yet though, but fun to read about the technologies.
But i totally agree with what you are saying. Impossible to get unbiased opinions. Everyone is bullish to the moon about the coin they're in and think all the other coins will crash the next day, just name dropping another coin in a sub will start a flame war.
If you gonna invest in different cryptos i have a minor advice, the best does not automatically win. Look at the pc world, windows is owning linux market share wise. But if you are a gambling visionary you can help turn the tide. If you wanna play it safe I would go by popularity and not functionality.
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MOON MISSION - How to Expand the Dogecoin Community!

Hello fellow Shibes,

I decided to make a post regarding the expansion of the Dogecoin community. As a very passionate enthusiast I want to see it reach the moon! This post will be focusing on two main aspects of Dogecoin which I think if cherished or improved will directly corelate with more people joining the Dogecoin community; also discussing how we can promulgate the great things and give attention to areas that need work. The two aspects are:
-The community
-The currencies technical fundamentals (what they are and how to get people investing)
Let’s start off with the community, WOW! It’s awesome! Unlike other crypto-currency communities whose members are nearly 100% of the time only concerned about financial gains, or what potential criminal use cases are possible (this is truly why the original bitcoin boom occurred). The dogecoin community is completely different, one only has to look at this reddit forum to notice. Or, what this relatively small (in the grand scheme of things) community has funded. $50k for athletes in the 2014 Olympics, sponsoring NASCAR drivers, the Doge4water program etc etc.
So how can we the community continue to spread the word in effective ways? I’ve heard many ideas such as advertisement via posters, social media accounts, charity programs. All of these things are I great if we want to appeal to the masses, but I think the most effective and practical way to encourage people to join the Dogecoin community is by telling our friends who might be interested in why we use it (That’s certainly how I joined the community). I heard someone state something simple yet very true, “if everyone assisted just ONE friend in setting up a doge wallet and got them hooked on the community the population would double!” I personally think that verbal explanation to friends and family is the most simple and effective way of expanding the Dogecoin community, have you guys any other ideas? Let me know.
The issue is unless you’re (generally) in the crypto know-how your most likely not going to take any action if left to your own devices, why? There’s no real incentive to join the community and or to invest in the currency for most people (I’ll address this later). Which leads me to my next point, the technical aspects of Dogecoin.
When talking about any crypto-currency there is usually 5 things to take into consideration to determine if the currency is going to succeed or be useable. Important to note this is done BEFORE the investment, so if the currency doesn’t address these issues well, you’ve lost potential Dogecoin investors.
1) Is it small cap or large cap
2) The blockchain technology
3) Transaction fees
4) It’s White papers (overall goals / roadmap by the engineers of the currency)
5) Ease of purchase / use cases
Let’s test Dogecoin against these 5 points.
1) WOW! 1 Billion dollar market cap! If anyone says Dogecoin is a silly meme currency make them explain that! This means that Dogecoin has been tested against scrutiny and has come out strong, especially since it’s been around since 2013. This is the mark of a truly successful project.
2) Dogecoins blockchain is great, providing ultra-fast transaction times of under a minute, compared to 2.5 minutes on Litecoin and 10 minutes with Bitcoin (this varies depending on 24-hour currency volumes). Also, Dogecoins hashing power is merged with Litecoin which provides a safety net for the proof-of-work system.
3) Transaction fees is another awesome benefit of Dogecoin, because it’s 1 Doge! Which is miniscule compared to many other cryptos.
4) White paper goals? TO THE MOON!
5) Ease of purchase / use cases; this is where I think Dogecoin lacks a bit, so I’ll dedicate the next part of this post to this issue.
Since we have identified that the Dogecoin currency has a great community which can help spread the word, great technology and huge potential what could be stopping people from joining? Well as I mentioned before from research and experience with friends I believe it has to do with the ease of purchase and use cases (hard to buy / hard to spend). When purchasing any crypto-currency you want to buy from a exchange with high volume, the higher the volume the more reputable and safe the exchange is generally speaking. What are the top 5 Dogecoin exchangers ranked by Doge volume?
1) Bittrex @ 20.27%
2) Poloniex @ 17.72%
3) @ 10.28%
4) CoinExchange @ 5.96%
5) HitBTC @ 4.92%
What do these reputable exchanges that support Dogecoin have in common? They are all US based, which means if you’re not in the US, unless you want to use a exchange with un-verified reputation that supports a (your countries currency / DOGE) conversion you need to buy Bitcoin or Litcoin first. Then after purchasing your Bitcoin / Litcoin from your countries most reputable exchanges, convert BTC/DOGE or LTC/DOGE. For a crypto-currency novice, buying Dogecoin isn’t too user friendly and might seem like a daunting task.
What does this mean? What can we do about it? I’m 16 years old so I don’t really have the expertise to answer this question but here are some ideas I came up with, feel free to respond and tell me yours.
Dogecoin ATMs: These could be funded by the community and produced in small quantities, but strategically placed where as many people as possible will see such as near tourist attractions. Bitcoin has had major success with this program, it shows to the general public that this is a legitimate usable currency. Also, it provides the convenience of placing loose change into Dogecoin.
Ultimate Dogecoin Exchange: This could be an exchange aimed at making purchasing Dogecoin online simple, automating the (your currency / BTC) > (BTC / DOGE) process.
Now let’s talk about the other issue I think could be improved, use cases / ease of spend. So how can we actually use Dogecoin? The ‘Shop with Dogecoins’ section on this forum list all the places that currently support Dogecoin as a payment system, let’s face it, there’s not much. In order for Dogecoin to be truly usable currency a few reputable stores will need to start adopting Dogecoin as a payment system, which is not something that we can really change.
What we can do it is continue to spread the word, and tell our friends and family how much of a great community Dogecoin has, what it has accomplished and what it continues to strive for. I personally have had success in collecting doge from faucets (currently my only supply of Doge because I’m underage to use exchanges), then making paper wallets for my friends. I’ve read about so many other cool projects people are working on to expand the community, in whatever capacity them may have. Just awesome :)
Thanks for listening to my ideas, TO THE MOON!
EDIT: Thank-you everyone for the support of this post, and to the generous Shibes that gave tips :))
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How to Earn Free Bitcoin, Free Dash, Free Doge, Free Bitcoin cash daily.

The Wallet/Faucets: Small but it adds up. Plus its free. Free Bitcoin for doing nothing but claiming the faucet.
First, open an account at coinpot. That is the first step. Once you do this, every one of the other links will link up to your coinpot through your email or coinpot deposit address.
CoinPot: After you open a coinpot account, follow these links to open an account at all of these faucets. The cool thing is, you earn no matter if you are logged into these. I came back a month later and got my earnings. You do earn more if you do it daily. But they compound. With bitcoin going up, these are worth more daily.
Moon BitCoin:
Moon Dash:
Moon DogeCoin:
Moon LiteCoin:
Bit Fun:
Bonus BitCoin:

Why are these faucets so awesome? You can claim whenever you want As you wait, the coins stack up too! let's you withdraw with just minimal sats! They have a ton of bonuses! Mystery Offer, Ref, Loyalty If you log in everyday for 100+ days you get 100% bonus which means that every has a guaranteed 100% bonus! Add this to mystery bonuses and ref bonuses and you're getting a lot!
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High-paying Cryptocurrency Websites

Have you ever wanted to collect crypto to join the hype, but are not willing to invest real money? The good news is there are in fact methods to get them online for free. All it requires is some investment of time on your part to start your crypto journey! According to, $1,000 worth of bitcoin in 2013 would be worth $6,400 in October 2018. / (non-ref) This is a well known faucet that pays users every hour. Each time you roll, there is a chance that you win a payout bigger than the base payout of 0.00000033 BTC. If you are very lucky, you might win the highest payout (worth $203.17 at the date of posting). Considering that you are doing nothing but clicking on a roll button, this seems to be a good site. Each roll also gives you 2 free lottery tickets and 2 reward points. Lottery tickets enter you into a weekly lottery draw. Reward points can be traded for benefits such as electronics, hardware wallets and gift certificates. If you are not interested in the prizes, you could very well trade for the free BTC bonus, which awards 10% to 1000% bonus to the base reward for the BTC faucet. I'm not a fan of gambling and firmly believe that you will lose money in the long run. If you would like to try your luck and have some fun, however, there is a Multiply BTC section featuring a provably HI-LO game which awards 1 free lottery ticket and 1 reward point for every 1000 satoshis that you wager. / (non-ref) This is a very similar site to, albeit with fewer features. Use it along with! / (non-ref) Hourly faucet which pays extra when you roll prime numbers. You can also earn by watching videos, completing offer walls (Tap Research, Adscend Media, AdGate Media, Minute Staff, Revenue Wall, Opinion Capital, Theorem Reach, Offer Toro,, Wannads, Kiwi Wall, Offer Daddy, PTC Wall, Pollfish, Clix Wall, Say So Rewards, Adwork Media, Super Rewards). Try your luck on the multiplier if you are feeling lucky!
Moon Faucets
These are a unique set of faucets - you decide how often to claim! Most faucets only allow you to claim at fixed intervals of time. With the Moon faucets, you can claim as little or often as you like. The faucet fills rapidly initially and slows down over time until you make a claim. You decide how often you want to claim, with the knowledge that the amount keeps building up! With these sites, there is an opportunity to increase claim amounts through the daily loyalty bonus, referral bonus, offer bonus, mystery bonus and mining bonus schemes. These faucets pay out to CoinPot.
Other Coinpot Faucets / (non-ref) Claim up to 5000 satoshi every 15 minutes. This site also pays a 5% daily bonus. You can also use this site as a GPT site by doing offers and surveys (Super Rewards, Wannads, Offer Daddy, Offer Toro). / (non-ref) Claim from this faucet every 3 minutes. You might be happy to know that this site allows you to earn by playing games. If you prefer to do offers and surveys, Super Rewards, Wannads and Offer Toro are available.
Semi-passive Sites
If you prefer something which earns by doing little work, the sites below may be of interest. While some of them may require more effort at the start, the results will soon pay off. / (non-ref) This is the closest thing to a true auto-faucet! Complete shortlinks, mine or complete offerwalls (AdGateMedia, Offer Toro, Offer Daddy, Pollfish, PTCWall, MinuteStaff, Wannads). A single shortlink gives 50 autoclaims as well as 50 activity points which help you level up. As your level increases, each claim gives you slightly greater value in crypto. You may decide whether payments are kept in the Fire Faucet account or directly to Faucet Hub. Funds within the Fire Faucet account can be withdrawn manually to Faucet Hub. Payments are fast and can be seen almost instantly. It should be noted that once you start the Auto Faucet, you have to leave it the tab open for it to continue claiming crypto. The tab itself does not have to be active and you can continue with your personal activities. / (non-ref) A combination of GPT, autofaucet and game, all in one website. Tasks in the offerwalls (AdscendMedia, PTCWall, ShortLinks, AdGateMedia, AdWorkMedia, MinuteStaff, TheoremReach, give you credits, while the faucet and mining game give you lab flasks. Both are exchangeable with one another. Purchase mining equipment from your hard work to start earning lab flasks passively! Note that Generators and Security are the best investments due to greater ROI. Energy decreases every hour and each energy point costs 3 points + 0.75 credits for every 5000 production. You may consider enabling Autorefill Energy (which consumes credits), as production decreases when energy goes down. According to the FAQ, the formula for satoshi earning rate is ((YourProduction/10)*0.14)*(YourCurrentEnergy/100). As you can tell, more work is required at the beginning, but it will all pay off. Referring to the current leaderboard the top person has a production power of 194797. Let's try calculating the amount of satoshi generated for this person.((194797/10)*0.14)*(100/100)= 2727 satoshi per hour. / (non-ref) Mine crypto either through the game, or for real! Missions allow you to level up as well as earn crystals, mining power and crypto at the cost of energy, which replenishes with time or by doing shortlinks. Each mission also gives you tickets for entry to a weekly Mega Jackpot. The site is also releasing a light version of the game Crypto Mining War very soon, which you can play using cards (earned through the website as well). The final version is still under development, but it is fun, multiplayer and crypto can be earned through it. / (non-ref) Before proceeding, it should be noted that this is a Cloud mining site. Majority of Cloud mining sites are ponzi scheme scams. It is uncertain if that is the case for this site. A crypto deposit is made as an investment, which gives mining power. It should be noted that 24 hour mining contracts will definitely give a loss on this site - you receive less than you invest. Only invest in 10 year contracts if possible. I generally only use crypto I gain from faucet and GPT sites to fund this account. NEVER use real money on Cloud mining sites.
Thanks for reading and happy earning!
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Mega FAQ (Or: Please come here for your questions first)

Qbundle Guide (Step by step setup & Bootstrap)
1( I want to mine or activate My account. Where do find the multiple coins?
You only need 1, an outgoing transaction or reward reassignment will set the public key. Get them from:
Or (Faucet list) (if this is empty, come back later)
2( I bought coins on Bittrex and want to move to my new wallet, but can't. Why?
Bittrex will only send to accounts with a public key (not a Burst requirement) so see number 1 and either set the name on the account (IF you will not mine) or set the reward recipient to the pool. Either action will enable the account and allow for transfers from Bittrex.
3( I sent coins from Poloniex/anywhere to Bittrex and they don’t show up after a considerable time. Why?
You need to set an unencrypted message on the transaction, informing Bittrex which account to send the funds to (this is in the directions on Bittrex). Did you do this? Contact Bittrex support with all the details and eventually you will get your funds.
4( How much can I make on Burst?
Gives you an average over time assuming a few things like: Average luck/100% uptime/no overlapping/fees on pool/good plot scan time (<20 seconds) if you do not have all of these, you may not see that number.
5( If I use SSD’s would I make more money?
No, it’s 95% capacity and 5% scan time that determine success. More plot area = better deadlines = better chance of forging a block, or better rates from a pool.
6( What is ‘solo’ and ‘pool’ (wasn’t his name Chewbacca?)
Solo is where you attempt to ‘forge’ (mine) a block by yourself; you get 100% of the block reward and fees. But you only receive funds if you forge, no burst for coming in second place.
Pools allow a group of miners to ‘pool’ together their resources and when a miner wins, they give the pool the winnings (this is done by the reward assignment you completed earlier), it is then divided according to different percentages and methods and burst is sent out according to pool rules (minimum pay-out, time, etc.)
7( I have been mining for 2 days and my wallet doesn’t show any Burst WHY?
Mining solo: it is win-or-lose, nothing in between, and wining is luck and plot size. Pool mining: because it costs 1 burst to send burst, the pools have either a time requirement (every X days) or a minimum amount (100 burst +) so you need to research your pool. Some pools allow for you to set the limit (cryptoGuru and similar) to be met before sending
8( How do I see what I have pending?
On CryptoGuru, based pools, it’s the ‘Pending (burst)’ column, other pools, look for the numbers next to your burst ID. One is Paid and the other pending.
9( I’m part of a pool and I forged a block, but I didn’t recieve the total value of the block, why?
A pool has 2 basic numbers that denote the pay-out method, in the format ‘XX-XX’ (i.e. 50-50) The first number is the % paid to the block forger (miner) and the second is the retained value, which is paid to historic ‘shares’ (or, past blocks that the pool didn’t win, but had a miner that was ‘close’ to winning with a good submitted deadline)
Examples of pools:
0-100 (good for <40TB)
20-80 (30-80TB)
50-50 (60-200TB)
80-20 (150-250)
100-0 (solo mine, 150+ TB)
Please note that there is an overlap as this is personal preference and just guidance; a higher historical share value means a smoother pay-out regime, which some people prefer. If fees are not factored in, or are the same on different pools, the pay-out value will be the same over a long enough period.
10( Is XXX model of hard drive good? Which one do you recommend?
CHEAP is best. If you have 2 new hard drives, both covered by warranty, get the one with the lowest cost per TB (expressed as $/TB , calculated by dividing the cost by the number of terabytes) because plot size is KING,
11( How many drives can I have on my machine?
For best performance, you can have up to 2 drives per thread (3 on a new fast AVX2 CPU). So that quad-core core-2-quad can have up to 8 drives, but a more modern i7 with 4 cores + hyper threading can squeeze 8 * 3 or 24 drives. (Performance while scanning will suffer)
12( Can I game while I mine?
Some people have done so, but you cannot have the ‘maximum’ number of drives and play games generally.
13( Can I mine Burst and GPU mine other coins?
Yes, if you CPU Mine Burst.
14( I’m GPU plotting Burst and GPU mining another coin, my plots are being corrupted, why?
My advice is dedicating a GPU to either mining or plotting, don’t try to do both.
15( What is a ‘plot’?
A plot is a file that contains Hashes, these hashes are used to mine burst. A plot is tied to an account, but they can be created (with the same account ID) on other machines and connected back to your miner(s).
16( Where can I trade/buy/sell Burst?
A list of exchanges is maintained on (on the right, ‘Exchanges’ tab) the biggest at the moment are Bittrex and Poloniex, some offer direct Fiat-to-Burst purchase ( for example)
17( Do I have to store my Burst off the exchange?
No, but it’s safer from hackers who target exchanges, if you cannot guarantee the safety or security of your home computer from Trojans etc, then it might be best to leave on an exchange (but enable 2FA security on your account PLEASE!)
18( What security measures can I take to keep my coin safe?
When you create an account, sign out and back in to your wallet (to make sure you have copied the pass phrase correctly) and keep multiple copies of the key (at least one physically printed or written down and in a safe place, better in 2 places) do not disclose the passphrase to anyone. Finally use either a local wallet or a trusted web wallet (please research before using any web wallet)
19( How can I help Burst?
Run a wallet, which will act as a node (or if you’re a programmer, contact the Dev team Bring attention to burst (without ‘shilling’ or trying to get people to buy) And help translate into your local language
Be a productive member of the community and contribute experience and knowledge if you can, or help others get into Burst.
20( Will I get coins on the fork(s) and where will they be?
There will be no new coin, and no new coins to be given/air dropped etc, the forks are upgrades to burst and there will not be a ‘classic’ or ‘new’ burst.
21( Will I need to move my Burst off of the exchange for the fork?
No, your transactions are on the block chain, which will be used on the fork, they will be visible after the move; nothing will need to be done on your side.
22( Where can I read about the progress of Burst and news in general on the community?
There is no finer place than
23( What are the communities for Burst and the central website?
Main website:
Reddit: and
Getburst forum:
Official Facebook channel:
(these are the forums that are known to be supporting the current Dev Team)
Other ways to talk to the community:
Telegram (General):
Telegram (Mining):
24( When will Burst partner up with a company?
Burst is a currency, the USD does not ‘partner up’ with a company, the DEV team will not partner up and give over to special interests.
25( Why is the DEV team anonymous?
They prefer anonymity, as it allows them to work without constant scrutiny and questions unless they wish to engage, plus the aim is for Burst to become a major contender, and this brings issues with security. They will work and produce results, they owe you nothing and if you cannot see the vision they provide then please do not ‘invest’ for short term gain.
26( When moon/Lambo/$100/make me rich?
My crystal ball is still broken, come back to the FAQ later for answer (seriously, this is a coin to hold, if you want to day-trade, good luck to you)
27( How can I better educate myself and learn about Dymaxion?
Read about the Dymaxion here:
28( My reads are slow, why?
There are many reasons for this, if your computer has a decent spec it’s likely due to USB3 hub issues, or plugging into a USB2 hub, but other reasons can be multiple plots in the same folder, but it’s best to visit the mining subreddit. They can help more than an simple FAQ
29( I have a great idea for Burst (not proof of stake related)?
Awesome! Please discuss with the DEV team on discord
(Please be aware that this is a public forum, you need to find who to ask/tell)
30( I have a great idea for Burst (Proof of stake related)?
No. if you want a POS, find a POS coin. On the tangle which is being implemented a POS/POW/POC coin can be created, but BURST will always be POC mined. You are welcome to implement a proof of stake coin on this!
31( Will the Dev team burn any coins?
Burst is not an ICO, so any coins will need to be bought to be burnt. You are welcome to donate, but the DEV team have no intention of burning any coins, or increasing the coin cap.
32( When will there be an IOS wallet?
IOS wallet is completed; we are waiting for it to go on the app store. Apple is the delaying factor.
33( Why do overlapping plots matter?
Plots are like collections of lottery tickets (and if only one ticket could win). Having 2 copies is not useful, and it means that you have less coverage of ‘all’ the possible numbers. It’s not good, avoid.
34( My local wallet used to run, I synchronised it before and now it says ‘stopped’. when I start it, it stops after a few seconds, what should I do?
I suggest that you change the database type to portable MariaDB (on Qbundle, at the top, ‘Database’ select, ‘change database’) and then re-import the database from scratch (see 35)
35( Synchronising the block chain is slow and I have the patience of a goldfish. What can I do?
On Qbundle , ‘Database’ select ‘Bootstrap chain’ and make sure the CryptoGuru repository is selected, then ‘start Import’ this will download and quickly stuff the local database (I suggest Portable MariaDB, see 34) (lol, loop)
36( What will the block reward be next month/will the block rewards run out in 6 months? Rewards will carry on into 2026, but transaction fees will be a bigger % by then, and so profitable mining will continue.
37( How can I get started with Burst (wallet/mining/everything) and I need it in a video Watch and be enlightened.
38( Can I mine on multiple machines with the same account?
Yes, if you want to pool mine this can be done (but be prepared for small issues like reported size being incorrect. Just be sure to keep question 33 in mind.)
39( Why do some of my drives take forever to plot?
Most likely they are SMR drives, it’s best to plot onto another SSD and then move the finished plot/part of a plot across to the SMR drive as this is much quicker. SMR drives are fine on the read, just random writes that are terrible.
So plot an SMR drive quickly, plot to a non SMR or better still SSD drive, in as big a chunk as possible (fewer files better) and move. a version of Xplotter, called Splotter, can do this easily.
40( I have a great idea; why not get listed on more exchanges!!
Exchanges list coins because of 2 reasons:
  1. Clients email and REQUESTING Burst and provide details like:
  2. The coin pays (often A LOT, seriously we’ve been asked for 50 BTC)
I suggest you speak with your exchange and ask ‘when will they offer Burst?’
41( Do you have a roadmap?
42( Why is the price of Burst going up/down/sideways/looping through time?
The price of burst is still quite dependent upon Bitcoin, meaning that if Bitcoin gains, the value of Burst gains, if Bitcoin drops then Burst also drops. If there is news for Burst then we will see something independent of Bitcoin moving. Variations can be because of people buying in bulk or selling in bulk. There are also ‘pump and dump’ schemes that we detest, that can cause spikes in price that have nothing to do with news or Bitcoin, just sad people taking advantage of others.
43( Where is the best place to go with my mining questions?
44( What hardware do you advise me to buy, is this computer good?
See question 43 for specific questions on hardware, it depends on so many variables. The ‘best’ in my opinion is a 36 bay Supermicro storage server, usually they have dual 6-core CPU’s and space for 36 drives. No USB cables, plotting and mining monster, anything else, DYOR.
45( Where do you buy your hard drives?
I have bought most from EBay in job lots, and some refurbished drives with short warranties. Everything else I have bought, from Amazon.
46( Can I mine on my Google drive/cloud based storage?
In short: no. If you want to try, and get to maybe 1 TB and then find that your local connection isn’t fast enough, or that shortly after, your account is blocked for various reasons. Please be my guest.
47( Can I mine on my NAS?
Some you can mine with the NAS (if it can run the miner, it can scan locally) but generally they’re not very fast. good for maybe 16 TB? Having a plot on a NAS and mining from another computer depends on the network speed between the NAS and scanning computer. I believe you can scan about 8 TB (maybe a bit more) and keep the scan times to within acceptable, but YMMV.
48( How can I set up a node?
No need to set up a node, just set up a wallet (version 2.0.4) or Qbundle (2.2) and it will do the rest
49( Are the passphrases secured?
I’ll leave the effort to a few people to show how secure a 12-word passphrase is: Key point: brute forcing it will be around 13,537,856,339,904,134,474,012,675,034 years.
50( I logged into my account (maybe with a different burst ID) and see no balance!!
I have dealt with this very issue multiple times, and there are only 3 options:
  1. You have typed in the password incorrectly
  2. You have copy-pasted the password incorrectly
  3. You are trying to log into a ‘local wallet’ which the block chain has not finished updating
The last one generally leaves the burst ID the same, but old balances will show. No, this is not a security problem, and yes, windows loves to add spaces after the phrase you enter when copied, and that space is important in getting to your account.
51( Are there channels for my language?
(there are others, please contact me to put up)
52( I am mining in a pool, and it says that my effective capacity is lower than I actually have, why?
  1. If you've not been mining for >48 hours, or just added additional capacity, it will take time.
  2. The value fluctuates (normally, +-5% but can be up to 10% at times)
  3. Read on the ‘Quick info’ tab about adjusting your deadline to compensate for changes i. revisit once a month for best results
  4. If you have overlapping plots it will also be lower so be aware of this (see question 33)
53( What pool should I join?
First of all, read question 9, after you have understood that it depends on the size (and how patient you are) select from the following list:
54( What miner to use?
I use Blago’s miner, there are many out there but Blago’s works for me on CPU mining, it can be found in Qbundle.
55( What Wallet to use (I use windows)?
Qbundle: guide:
56( What Wallet to use (Linux)? for Debian and Ubuntu, for Mac. read:
57( Will i need to 'replot' after POC2 (second fork) happens?
No, there will be a tool which will optimise, but it is not CPU intensive (it basically re-shuffles your plot) and is just IO intensive. You do not need to replot.
TurboPlotter and are tools that will/can be used to actuate optimization, but PLEASE wait with optimization until after the hard fork.
58( Will the transaction fee always be 1 burst?
No, dynamic fees are coming in the next fork.
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What is your Dogecoin story?

Story time thread. Here, I'll share mine to start:
Back in my youth, I was fascinated by Cryptocurrency. I wanted to start with Bitcoin - but quickly found out that was impossible with my old HP Laptop. So I start looking into altcoins. I skimmed over Litecoin and considered investing in it at the time (only $9/coin), but chose against it as "it'll never become as popular as BTC". Eventually, I just really wanted to own at least one full coin. Just one, and I'll be satisfied.
That's when I discovered Dogecoin.
When I found the faucets that would distribute dogecoin like it was nothing, I immediately downloaded some random Dogewallet onto my iPod 4G. I started submitting my address to these faucets, and within an hour I had gotten something near 10 doge. I was so excited and happy. I kept this up for a bit before I got bored of it, amassing somewhere near 157 Doge just from constant faucet grind.
My interest began to dwindle, and then I discovered this subreddit. It was a strange place, and I was intimidated. I lurked through threads and laughed at all the jokes people were making, and was intrigued by the tip bot at the time. I didn't have the balls to make my own reddit account though - as I thought that was a waste of time.
My interest continued to dwindle and eventually, I needed space on my iPod for more music. I deleted the Dogecoin wallet app, and forgot about the subreddit.
Now flash back to modern day, and I'm in my Computer Science class. A friend and I began discussing cryptocurrency, and I remembered that Dogecoin was a thing! I told him about it and showed him the subreddit. I once again, began to become intrigued by the concept again. I went home and started lurking around the subreddit again, and man have things changed. More memes,
Now I plan on doing the one thing my youthful-self couldn't - joining the community on the way to moon.
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Coinpot/EoBot Strategy

I've been trying to find an effective way to profit from small amounts of cryptocurrencies. I am a student and as such, don't have a lot of extra money to throw around and get into cryptos. I assume there many people who are just like me, want in but simply can't afford it. To that end, I began digging.
I watched a lot of videos, read numerous posts and web pages and got bogged down in useless information. There was a lot of do this or that and you will find it easy to get into. Obviously most of it was just talk, or worse someone trying to make a quick buck off of someone else.
Then I stumbled onto a video on YouTube. It was a way of using faucets and eobot to begin building enough to truly work with, without it taking years. The idea was solid, but I tweaked it a little so it could easily work for me and others.
Basically, I use the faucets connected to coinpot. I have found 5 so far. 3 for bitcoin, 1 for litecoin, 1 for doge and one for dash.
Make sure you use the same email for all of them; this is important.
The trick is, use the first one (bonus bitcoin) every 15 minutes. Under the claim button there is a link that says "change your claim settings". Check the box that says "always receive the average claim amount". If you do this, you won't get the 5000 but you will also get more that 45.
As for the other 4, those build over time. But the longer you wait the slower it adds up. So I check those every 30 minutes.
However, the moon faucets you can claim every 5 minutes and bit fun you can claim every 3.
If I keep to this scheduled, I make 13,000 satoshi everyday. Then I send it to eobot. (there is a 1000 satoshi fee for withdraws under 50,000 satoshi.)
It can take up to 48 hours to transfer, but once it does I exchange the satoshis for Cloud SHA-256 4.0 24 HOUR RENTAL. Mine your GHS.
Every 2 days or so (depending on bonuses) you can withdraw your litoshi and doge. On days that all 3 hit my eobot account at roughly the same time, I convert everything over to the same currency (usually doge) and buy the 24 hour rental.
Eobot also has its own faucet. Whatever you are mining when you claim it, is what it pays out. You will also get 1 doge everyday you log in.
I have also put some of my earnings into cloud folding and cloud seti. These also work like a mining tool, though they only pay in cure coin and gridcoin. Both of which I can exchange for different coins, invest in GHS or simply let build.
Well that's about the gist of it. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask.
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Thoughts on the current state of Bitcoin from someone who participates in much of the ecosystem [and tipping thread ;) ]

Hey guys,
So this is something I've been looking at for a while now, and kind of seeing some things die and other things be born. Some things are getting easier, and other things getting more difficult. I want to take this time to outline the last few months and how my sentiment is reflected towards the market. I have to say, the market generally matches how my "emotions" playout towards the ecosystem as a whole.
I'll outline just a few short things on both the bearish and the bullish sides of my sentiment, even if things don't effect the overall sentiment much (at least according to most traders and people) I'd like to point them out because I view them as notable.
Some of the not so good things that have been happening:
Anyway, in many respects it feels like a lot of the bitcoin ecosystem is dying, and maybe we should all panic, cry, and shit our pants, but a few things haven't been going badly, and in fact, I'm looking optimistic that the next time a surge of new users enters the market for whatever reason, there will be a much more developed and kind ecosystem to take part of. No one is going to be touting the next 5 second confirmation coin, no more of the ubiquitous "investment" opportunities that await the uninitiated.
Other than my love for bitcoin in general, this is what makes me not panic sell, and what keeps me optimistic about the bitcoin future:
Alright guys, thats my sentiment overview, and I hope it wasn't tl;dr for most of you. But one last thing I want to point out in terms of user growth. We need to break out of our comfort zone. We need to help people get into it. That btctipping dude? He has the right idea, except, it does kinda feel like he's promoting his own website? I dunno? Anyway, Changetip some newbies. Just the other day in the reddit lounge I tipped a guy a coffee, and he then said "Man that was evil, now I have to spend the next hour learning all about bitcoin"... who knows, maybe his sentiment that the media helped paint is one shade lighter now just from a a couple millibit tip. You can do that too, and I'm here to help you get started. I've got some millibits to give away, give me some awesome feedback, criticism or build your own thoughts on this thread. I tip you, then you go pay it forward. Lets do this!!!
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Of Wolves and Weasels - Day 194 - Guest Post: Don't Underestimate Dogecoin

Hey all! GoodShibe... on vacation! (sort of!)
Please enjoy this post by Guest Writer Sku and tip them well ;D)
Note: To tip them directly: +dogetipbot @Sku xxx doge verify
When a few people suggested to me that I should write a guest post for GoodShibe, I was quite surprised. I didn't consider myself the type of person who is a good writer, or was even the type of person people wanted to listen to. I remember reading the first of Wolves and Weasels post, just about 6 months ago. Never did I think it would still be going now, half a year on, and that I would be writing it. This has surely been the forefront Dogecoin daily blog for the entire community, and in Dogecoin's bright future it will be looked back on fondly. It is therefore special for me to be a part of it.
It is people like GoodShibe who have been a pillar of this community, and kept us going through the good times and the bad, through complete dedication to Dogecoin every single day. But it is not just the GoodShibes who make Dogecoin, it is people like you and me. I am just a normal guy, who stumbled upon this whole crazy community in December through Reddit, and had no idea what I was doing.
I picked up a few scraps from faucets, and my interest grew from there. 6 months later, and I'm writing an article about it. Dogecoin is powerful, because for too long, altcoins were only popular among an inner circle of enthusiasts, and it is truly Dogecoin which has blown the community wide open for anybody to get involved in, myself included.
Looking back as well these past months, thinking back from what /Dogecoin was like when I joined, we have changed so much, but for the better. When you look at the top 10 coins, Dogecoin is now 7 months old, and has earned a permanent position on that list. Despite the decline from a speculative bubble, we have held strong with a huge $20m market cap, which, if you told me in December i wouldn't believe. Back then everyone was talking about if we would hit $5m cap, because LEL DOGE ON A COIN TO THE MOON. It seemed completely ridiculous that Dogecoin was taking off, and I don't think anyone truly believed in it longterm at that point.
But then something happened. You guys happened. You came here in droves, and you built a huge thriving community which rivaled anything ever seen in Cryptocurrency before. Together we built the foundation for this coin to still be here, to still be so strong, and still be a contender as a top Cryptocurrency seven months down the line. How many other seven month old Cryptocoins still have a community of this size, and a market cap of $20m USD? What happened to the flood of copycat meme coins of January and February? We are not the new kids in town any more, we have rooted ourselves firmly into the altcoin scene, and we are here to stay for a long long time.
A lot of trolls bemoan how the community is not as active, and smaller than it once was. While this is somewhat true, I have a few counter pointers to this:
Community is what makes a coin, and we have that. What point is a currency if no-one is there to use it, just speculative investors pumping and dumping? Dogecoin seems to be up there with Bitcoin and Litecoin as the 3 major accepted Crypto currencies accepted by retailers. And that is because these 3 coins have normal people using them, and spending them. Pretty much every other Crypto is 100% speculative at this stage, but Dogecoin is already going further than most to build usage, economy and community.
We had our speculative bubble, and like every other coin it came crashing down, but unlike almost any other coin, we are all still here, supporting this huge $20m USD market cap coin. Look at any other new coin that had a crash like ours; the community has simply vanished.
I also briefly touched above on coins moving from bad hands to good hands, and this is really great news. We have mined almost 88 billion coins by this point, a huge number, and a lot of these coins are moving into better hands, long term investors, and members of the community. But, it will take 17 years before we mine another 88 billion coins. We have mined such a large amount of coins in such a short amount of time, that a lower price was needed to move those coins into long term hands, such as you and me.
This is where Dogecoin will get it's value from. True believers, long term investors and community members are now holding on to a large majority of all the coin which will exist for years to come. And this time time, we won't give it over as easily to daytraders, short term investors and the like, because the people still holding are in this long term. The bad hands will have to fight over a lot less coins, as we hold all of our stockpiles as investments, tip them out to new users, and start building our own usage economy.
Maybe one day we can cash out a little for profit, but we will have worked hard to build what we have. We are not get rich quick scammers, we are doing it the old fashioned way, it's slow, and it's hard work, but we know the results will be much more rewarding.
At current prices, we create 35btc worth of new coins everyday, most of which are mined by multipools, and dumped straight to exchanges. 35btc every day might sound like a lot to you, but consider the following statistics. Given current pricing, here is the amount of new coins being produced daily by the 2 big players as things stand:
Bitcoin: 3600btc (100x Dogecoin)
Litecoin: 390btc (11x Dogecoin)
So at Dogecoin's current price level, we are producing very little new value everyday compared to the other big players. And these big players will be producing an enormous volume of coins everyday for years to come, whereas if we still are at a 40sat price level in January, after block 600,000, we will be producing just 14.4m Dogecoins a day, just 5.6btc, 643x less than Bitcoin.
Litecoin doesn't halve until August 2015, and Bitcoin late 2016, and even then, they will still be flooding the market with huge numbers of coins for decades to come. This is where Dogecoin is different; the flood of coins for us is coming to an end, and is already largely over. The community has proven staying power. Given these factors, do you really think Dogecoin will only be worth 40sats in January, as it becomes harder and harder for the market to get it's hands on coins?
As I mentioned in my last post, the great thing about the speculative crash, is that it's a great time for everyone to jump back on board, to buy a worthwhile number of coins at excellent value. You will be buying outside of a speculative bubble right now, at a fair market evaluation which has not been overly inflated by pumpers and speculators. There will still be short term ups and downs, but the long term outlook has never looked brighter. We have grown as a community, fought back the great summer dramas of 2014, and are stronger than ever before. There never has been a better time to jump into Dogecoin.
Maybe one day you will be writing a 1653 word essay on Dogecoin too. Which brings me to the end of mine. Thanks if you stuck with me all the way to the end, and I hope that it inspired you today, to truly look at what an amazing thing this community has done together.
It's 8:28AM EST and we've found 87.89% of our initial 100 Billion DOGEs -- only 12.11% remains until our period of Hyper-inflation ends! Our Global Hashrate is up from ~46 to ~48 Gigahashes per second and our Difficulty is down from ~708 to ~616.
I Hope you enjoyed today's Guest Post by Sku!
Note: To tip them directly:
+dogetipbot @Sku xxx doge verify
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[Serious] To succeed, we need to create new ideas and apps, and differenciate ourselves with other cryptocurrencies. Dogecoin can get to the moon, but it needs our help to get there.

Recently, we have been facing hashrate issues and a falling price, not to mention the proposed NY laws which would affect the tipbot. Now, many people have been making good posts about what we need to do to succeed as a cryptocurrency, I have noticed +GoodShibe is going to great lenghs to create new posts informing everyone of what is happening. Thank you again. Now, our community is still great, new people coming in, most of them really friendly and there is upvoting power here, people vote on posts if they are important enough. Tips are still sent, especially from newer people, slowly building up faucet money. But a currency doesn't just succeed on its own. The price isn't decided by the creators or the fans. It's decided by trading, more people buying the coin ups the price, and people selling the coin bring it down. Although things like publicity can benefit the price for a short period of time while people invest, there is not a major change. One of the reasons Bitcoin has such a high price today is because of the Silk Road website, a (mostly) illegal black market where purchases were made in Bitcoin. This made people buy Bitcoins, which as I mentioned, increases the price. But we don't have a killer website or shop that deal with huge volumes of Dogecoin. Yes, we have some shops accepting it but it's still easier and cheaper to pay with Bitcoin instead, unfortunately. It seems that the only MAIN reasons that people buy Dogecoin is for the investment, tipping, or small purchases like gift cards. There are a few stages to making a cryptocurrency popular and to make the price rise: 1. Create the coin and gain publicity and miners (done) 2. Secure the coin by increasing hashrate (in progress) 3. Survive the "hyper-inflation period" without the coin completely dying (nearly complete) 4. Create a reason for people to buy the coin, such as apps and games, services, websites, shops. 5. Give it time to rise in price and publicity as well as ease of use for non-technical people 6. Keep it secure and go to the moon. Bitcoin is between steps 4 and 5. Dogecoin is still in three really, and although there are some great websites that accept Dogecoin, we need more. We need you guys. Anyone who has made a website before, or anyone who has a burger or ice cream stand. YOUR CRYPTO NEEDS YOU!
So, what are Dogecoins strong points? In my opinion The age of Shibes is slightly lower than the average Bitcoiner, quite a lot of this subreddit is 14-16 year olds. Awesome 14-16 year olds, but still 14-16 year olds. Many are gamers. Wanting to use Dogecoin to buy a Steam game for example. And this should be a very strong focus for Dogecoin. Gaming, and ease of buying for these teens. I think we need more ways for these people to get Dogecoins, by creating stronger and bigger selling platforms, livestreaming tipping and buying Doge with a paid phone call or text message for example if they don't have PayPal. Porn. I know some people won't be happy with this point, but it is a major thing for Dogecoin. Casual tipping will remain a good reason to join Dogecoin, but not the primary reason. Only time will tell if Reddcoin ("the tipping currency") overtakes Dogecoin in tipping music artists or Youtubers, but I think Dogecoin is better in a few ways too, especially on this subreddit and on Twitter. It's a bit more friendly, after all. I think Doge and Redd will succeed in the long term and have investments in both, please don't judge me :) And of course, we need more shops accepting our coin so that people can still spend that odd $5 they have left or whatever.
Conclusion DEVELOPERS, DEVELOPERS, DEVELOPERS! We need you to start creating services to preserve and improve the currency after the period of hyper-inflation. MINERS! Keep mining Doge to stay secure. OTHER SHIBES! Please keep buying Dogecoins and making comments, posts and suggestions to improve our currency. Go help a new shibe, everything counts and they often send a tip :) Thanks for reading.
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Greetings Vertians - newbie here saying hi and questioning a few aspects as well as trying to light a fire under your butts :P

Hi everybody, relatively new to crypto in general, but i would say i'm more informed than most joining the market at the moment , i have read various whitepapers, i thought long and hard about if i wanted to invest and how, realising the risks, i am by no means a wealthy individual but i am into tech and see more than just the value of a digital asset going up or down, i see potential in this market in general.
i purchased a Ledger nano s before i had any real amount of crypto as i understand how weak OUR OWN security can be despite the security of the technology. (claimed some from faucets to understand the bare bones first)
currently waiting for transfer to complete to Coinbase then to -> GDAX then to Bittrex or some other to buy alts via Litecoin for the lowest fees (gbp to euro in revolute) -- also can i point out this is one hell of a dodgy ass way to purchase crypto for one coinbase need your id...ummmmm yeah did not like sending my identity documents over the internet
i am by no means an expert but i think I'm doing this right so far.
my first go at mining was nice hash, i made about £6 then the hack happened, after playing around I Am currently I'm mining via MPMH and Awesome Miner, then converting on their exchange into Vert! this... is where my first question comes in.
secondly although crypto can coexist lets face it, adoption is a kind of arms race, whoever wins adoption wins the argument re: are you a valid currency ... which vert is and should be in my eyes ASIC resistance helps a long way in this of course on the fairness to miners but to a shop keeper... he doesn't care so much, what he does care about is:
ok you gave me some numbers how to i turn this back into "real (fiat) money" so i can pay my bills or purchase more stock.
From what i have seen "Crypto_Vault" may be good for this (at-least in USD to start with) and from this business risk perspective we need to support projects like this, currently crypto is a minefield when it comes to transferring one type of value to another issues with Coinbase GDAX Bitttrex ...ahem..MTGOX are well known and often shouted about, Especially from people making claims about trying to get their fiat currency back.
This needs to change, far far more than if we can be listed on an exchange and "moon" although I'm sure for may people here that have been sticking out the roller-coaster that would be nice, lets be realistic here British gas, Eon, HMRC (English IRS) etc. are not just going to accept and hold crypto - They either would want to convert it immediately or if they did accept they would want to be able to pay their staff with it, which means those staff members need to be able to use it, or switch it back to gbp to buy an item some where that doesn't accept coin x (yes lightning and atomic swaps help here but still that's coin x to to coin y not coin x to fiat)
So as far as i see it , crypto is a grass roots movement , great ok then so we need to convince small shop owners small chains, pubs , online retailers to accept crypto. good fine and dandy, but wait how do they pay their bills with it?? At the moment lets face it they can't, so unless they are enthusiasts or watching the markets and seeing the value of bitcoin rise over the past few years, they will not want the hassle of selling vert on an exchange at least not directly.
So with that in mind i see projects like Crypto_Vault being instrumental in changing this, perhaps one day the VTC wallet could do this as well?
so for merchants as i see it Crypto -> Fiat and vice versa is an issue if we are the ones to solve (or promote the best solution) that should help Vert coin's adoption.
another thing to help vertcoins adoption is here specifically i know WE ...US...the community can do this, i have graphics skills, and at least half a brain - however there are no set standards that i can see (I am Aware of the discord i know i can ask) but I'm talking about making this easy for people to spread the word, via posters leaflets etc that they can design and post for others to use (provided correct branding and accuracy) - but even if we do this at this stage we still face the money issue listed above.
i have a set of skills I am willing to put them into helping vert and for vert's adoption to grow but what i don't have is any direction, personally i think this is a great community from what i have been reading but there are too many people complaining about the price and too few willing to act. HODL doesn't mean let everyone else do everything ...sure you can, you can even make money ....but you will make more and make a tech survive in a flooded market if you help it out where you can however you can surely??
if Litecoin is silver to bitcoins gold, Vertcoin can be Copper to Litecoins Silver (copper is still very expensive and has far far more uses than gold and silver) who knows maybe more but not without our help!
Remember guys Green is the colour of money (see marketing slogan right there) ...unless your not in the us then its just confusing :P
Sry if this was ranty guys I hope I'm not spreading FUD or out of order in anyway just saying it as i see it.
TLDR; - There's lots still to do to increase adoption come on lets organise
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Another FAQ, this one written for people with absolutely no prior knowledge of cryptocurrency

Several very informative posts have already been made, and I'm not trying to diminish them in any way! But many of them contain technical terms that not everyone will understand. So I wrote this - it's long, but explains things in a different way. Use or ignore as you see fit.
I don't understand this computer money, please explain!
Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency. What that basically means is that coins are digitally generated and only exist in cyberspace, independently of any governments or financial institutions.
Depends on what you think is real. If we go back in history, the first way people traded with each other was by exchanging goods. You might have a chicken that I wanted, and I might have some carrots, which you would like to have, so we swapped.
Later it became common to trade metals like gold and silver for goods. Some of the metals were stamped into coins, by kings and rulers who wanted to show that they protected (and taxed) all trade in their lands. The coins were still gold or silver, so they had a value in themselves, even if the king died or lost his power.
But then some kings began minting coins that had no real value in themselves. They were made of cheap materials, like copper, iron or even paper. They only had value because the king guaranteed it. You had to really trust the stability of the state in order to use such coins and bills. Basically, the king kept all the gold and silver in his coffers, and made a promise to the people, that they could always exchange their money for gold if they wanted to. Money gained a symbolic value.
Not everyone accepted this right off the bat. It took several centuries for this form of economy to be widely accepted. But after that it became common almost all over the world. It was called "the gold standard".
The USA stopped using the gold standard in 1971, by order of President Nixon. This happened because of "inflation", a situation where the US Dollar became worth less than the gold it symbolized. Since 2013 no countries use the gold standard anymore. Most money today is "fiat", meaning that it doesn't depend on the value of any physical asset. The value of the Dollar and other currencies now primarily depends on how much banks and investors trust them to remain stable mediums of exchange. So in a way, it's safe to say that money has become purely symbolic. It only has the value that people think it has.
On top of that, most financial transactions today are digital. You never get to actually touch most of the money you spend.
Now enter cryptocurrency! The first digital currency was Bitcoin, introduced in 2009. Instead of being issued by a state, Bitcoin was generated by a piece of software that anyone could run on their computer. Bitcoin has become very succesful, with a value of several hundred USD per coin, solely because people believe in it. Although most economists say that Bitcoin doesn't meet the definition of "money", people all over the world still use it to buy stuff.
However, Bitcoin also has its problems. Inspired by Bitcoin technology, and trying to avoid the issues that have made it problematic, several other cryptocurrencies have been developed. One of these is Dogecoin, which actually started as a joke.
Well that is the beauty of cryptocurrency - it's actually safer to use than "real" money. Here's why: The computer software, that Dogecoin is based on, is called a "block chain". Besides generating new coins at a steadily decreasing value (to avoid rapid inflation), the block chain also records every transaction ever made with Dogecoin. And every user of Dogecoin has a complete copy of the block chain on their computer or other device, in the form of a "wallet" where coins are stored.
Now compare this to the traditional fiat money, you use every day. Chances are you have some cash in your wallet, but most of what you own is deposited in a bank, run by people that you have to trust with your money. You hope they will act responsibly, but they don't always. Think of what caused the recent financial crisis, the socalled "subprime mortgage crisis" in 2008, from which world economy is still trying to recover. It was banks and investors behaving irresponsably in order to get quick profits. There's also the risk of fraud or theft, when you trust other people with your money. One single bank employee could potentially alter the bank ledger and transfer money to himself. It's a risk you get when the ledger only exists in one or very few copies. Not so with Dogecoin! The ledger - or block chain - exists in millions of copies, one for every device used to store or generate Dogecoins. You don't need a bank.
There's always a risk. Scammers and thieves are attracted to anything of value, including Dogecoin. You should always secure your coins by encrypting and backing up your digital wallet. And you should use all possible caution when trading. If you follow the Dogecoin community closely, you will be alerted to any dangers that may appear.
Basically, the biggest risk, you have to worry about, is that people stop trusting Dogecoin as a means of exchange. Therefore, never invest more than you can afford to lose!
There are several ways:
1: You can mine. Parts of your computer hardware are very good at processing math problems, which are what formulates the security algorithm protecting the Dogecoin network. By participating in this, you are helping secure our network of users - and you earn coins at the same time! All you need to do is run a special piece of software, join a pool, and leave your computer on as long as possible. There are expenses, such as energy bills and wear and tear on your hardware, but you will get a steady flow of coins.
2: Buy Dogecoin with fiat. Several websites and markets offer to exchange Dogecoin for USD, Euro etc. It's easy and mostly safe. Ask other Dogecoin users about the reliability of individual sellers.
3: Sell something for Dogecoin. There's no limit to the kind of goods and services you can offer in return for Dogecoin. Advertise on the Dogecoin markets, and let the buyers come to you.
4: Tips. Let's not forget this staple of Dogecoin economy! From the very beginning, a tip with Dogecoin has been a popular way of showing appreciation online, on reddit and Twitter in particular. Join the Dogecoin community, and tips will be coming your way, I guarantee it!
5: Faucets. A faucet website offers free coins to visitors. There's a catch of course: You will have to look at ads. This is the way owners of these websites can afford to essentially give away money.
From your Dogecoin wallet, you can send coins to anyone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and with very little delay, no matter if your recipient is in London, Tokyo, Oslo or in Forkland, Alabama. All you need to know is their wallet address.
Every transaction goes straight from sender to recipient with no middle man, and costs only a very small transaction fee, that you will hardly notice. It is fully anonymous - only you and the recipient know the details.
Don't count on it. The way Dogecoin is designed, it will most likely not run up value like Bitcoin, because there are simply more coins, and one of the things that determine the value of a currency is supply and demand. Because there is such a big supply of Dogecoins, each coin is not worth much.
Other things that influence the value of Dogecoin are:
1: The value of Bitcoin. Because many miners exchange their Dogecoin for Bitcoin.
2: What you can buy with it. As long as there are people willing to sell goods and services for Dogecoin, it will be worth something. And the more people join us, the bigger the Dogecoin economy gets, and the chance of an increase in value goes up.
3: Wealthy shibes. Also known as "dogeillionaires", the richest shibes hold a large amount of coins that they keep out of circulation. Many other shibes hoard a little Doge as well, just in case... This hoarding is actually good for the value of the coin, because it decreases the supply in relation to demand.
No, because nobody is asking you to invest anything. You can be part of the Dogecoin community without spending anything besides time. But be warned, you may start to spend a lot of that, because we're such nice people to hang out with. Generosity and friendliness are the main properties of a true "shibe" (Dogecoin user).
Dogecoin shares the best properties of other cryptocurrencies. It's safe, it's fast, it's anonymous and decentralized. It's not under the control of any government or bank.
But on top of that, we shibes share a special culture, that you won't find in any other crypto community. Dogecoin was not created for speculation, profit or tax evasion purposes. It was created to put a smile on your face and make the world a better place.
Dogecoin users have funded several charities worldwide and the developers of the coin created the Dogecoin Foundation for that very purpose. The community has also gained some renown by sponsoring underdog athletes like the Jamaican Bobsled team and Nascar driver Josh Wise.
By using Dogecoin, you become part of a movement that is not based on greed and anger. We may "stick it to the man", but we do so without condoning crime or selfishness. We believe that Dogecoin can change the world for the better, by providing a simple and decentralized means of exchange, that puts the individual, not the "1 %" in full control.
The doge internet meme became a worldwide fad in 2013, when someone found a photo of a Shiba Inu dog with a whimsical expression, and added text to it in broken English, among other things spelling "dog" as "doge".
Shiba Inus and "dogespeak" quickly flooded the internet, and eventually inspired developer Jackson Palmer to create Dogecoin, as an ironic response to the die-hard seriousness of the Bitcoin community. But Dogecoin soon attracted a large following of its own, and became "the family friendly cryptocurrency".
The original "doge" of the meme is Kabosu, a japanese Shiba Inu, rescued from a puppy mill. Her owner has recieved generous donations from the Dogecoin community, which also supports several other dog-related charities like rescue operations and Doge4Kids, which provides service dogs to children in need.
The doge meme is still the primary source of good cheer and silliness in the Dogecoin community, which works tirelessly to launch Doge to the moon!
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My experience with Eobot, free\paid cloud mining with faucet. Active and paying since 2013

Hi all, I thought I would quickly and briefly share my experience with Eobot so far.
I have a GTX 1080ti in my gaming PC and always wondered if it would be worthwhile putting it to work mining whilst I was at work, so I started experimenting with different coins to see if it would be profitable.
As the prices and difficulty of mining coins change so rapidly, you never quite get the £ you expect to at setup. After electricity I reckon I was making about £5 a day. That may seem not too bad considering, but I was always worried my GPU would pack in after hearing some horror stories, so gave it up rather quickly.
At this point I started looking at cloud mining, there were the obvious big players like Genesis and Hashflare, but Eobot for some reason appealed to me more. You can literally start mining for free using their faucet to get drip fed a small amount of coin or GHS per day. The trick is not to mine coin straight away, but to reinvest your current GHS for more 5 year GHS, this causes exponential growth over time. You have the option to deposit coin and convert them to more GHS as well as using your own hardware to mine their pools, which adds to your hashing power. I added my GTX 1080ti and wasn’t getting great figures so stopped after 3 hours, didn’t spend much time on it so could have possibly improved with some effort.
I’ve invested around £55 and currently have 60 GHS this equates to £10.80 a year in terms of what I can gain from the miner. At first glance that seems rubbish, but as I’m currently mining my GHS and not coin, the £10.80 increases daily. As it’s a 5 year contract, I have 5 years of exponential growth, that excites me.
Another thing I liked was the “Get out quick” option in the way of a 24 hour SHA-256 4.0 contract, this basically involves using your current SHA-256 5 Year GHS contract and converting it all in to a 24 hour contract. Just pump it all on to doge, wait 24 hours and leave with your coins. At the time of writing this, there are currently 20 coins to choose from, including the biggies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple & Doge 😊
TIP1: it took me a day to realise that Eobot mines bitcoin by default. You need to select the dropdown at the top left of your account screen to select the currency to mine. But as mentioned you really want to choose GHS 4.0 to bump up your hashing power to start with.
TIP2: Use free faucets from other providers to maximise your GHS. I use 2 on a daily basis, these are MoonDoge , FreeDoge
TIP3: If you decide to put cash in to it, keep your eye on the GHS rate, it fluctuates so buy when low.
TIP4: Use referrals to gain small bonuses every so often, every little helps 😊
I’m only scratching the surface and haven’t covered everything, but if you have any questions, I’m glad to help where I can.
Cheers, Kelv.
Note: Eobot wrote - December 19, 2017 -Unfortunately, we have had to remove new sales of GHS cloud mining for USA based customers. This is a result of outside circumstances and there is no plan to add it back in the near future. Your existing GHS will continue functioning like normal.
submitted by KelvClark to dogecoin [link] [comments]

My experience with Eobot, free\paid cloud mining with faucet. Active and paying since 2013

Hi all, I thought I would quickly and briefly share my experience with Eobot so far.
I have a GTX 1080ti in my gaming PC and always wondered if it would be worthwhile putting it to work mining whilst I was at work, so I started experimenting with different coins to see if it would be profitable.
As the prices and difficulty of mining coins change so rapidly, you never quite get the £ you expect to at setup. After electricity I reckon I was making about £5 a day. That may seem not too bad considering, but I was always worried my GPU would pack in after hearing some horror stories, so gave it up rather quickly.
At this point I started looking at cloud mining, there were the obvious big players like Genesis and Hashflare, but Eobot for some reason appealed to me more. You can literally start mining for free using their faucet to get drip fed a small amount of coin or GHS per day. The trick is not to mine coin straight away, but to reinvest your current GHS for more 5 year GHS, this causes exponential growth over time. You have the option to deposit coin and convert them to more GHS as well as using your own hardware to mine their pools, which adds to your hashing power. I added my GTX 1080ti and wasn’t getting great figures so stopped after 3 hours, didn’t spend much time on it so could have possibly improved with some effort.
I’ve invested around £55 and currently have 60 GHS this equates to £10.80 a year in terms of what I can gain from the miner. At first glance that seems rubbish, but as I’m currently mining my GHS and not coin, the £10.80 increases daily. As it’s a 5 year contract, I have 5 years of exponential growth, that excites me.
Another thing I liked was the “Get out quick” option in the way of a 24 hour SHA-256 4.0 contract, this basically involves using your current SHA-256 5 Year GHS contract and converting it all in to a 24 hour contract. Just pump it all on to doge, wait 24 hours and leave with your coins. At the time of writing this, there are currently 20 coins to choose from, including the biggies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple & Doge 😊
TIP1: it took me a day to realise that Eobot mines bitcoin by default. You need to select the dropdown at the top left of your account screen to select the currency to mine. But as mentioned you really want to choose GHS 4.0 to bump up your hashing power to start with.
TIP2: Use free faucets from other providers to maximise your GHS. I use 2 on a daily basis, these are MoonDoge FreeDoge
TIP3: If you decide to put cash in to it, keep your eye on the GHS rate, it fluctuates so buy when low.
TIP4: Use referrals to gain small bonuses every so often, every little helps 😊 If you would like to give Eobot
I’m only scratching the surface and haven’t covered everything, but if you have any questions, I’m glad to help where I can.
Cheers, Kelv.
submitted by KelvClark to CryptoCurrencyTrading [link] [comments]

My experience with Eobot, free\paid cloud mining with faucet. Active and paying since 2013

Hi all, I thought I would quickly and briefly share my experience with Eobot so far.
I have a GTX 1080ti in my gaming PC and always wondered if it would be worthwhile putting it to work mining whilst I was at work, so I started experimenting with different coins to see if it would be profitable.
As the prices and difficulty of mining coins change so rapidly, you never quite get the £ you expect to at setup. After electricity I reckon I was making about £5 a day. That may seem not too bad considering, but I was always worried my GPU would pack in after hearing some horror stories, so gave it up rather quickly.
At this point I started looking at cloud mining, there were the obvious big players like Genesis and Hashflare, but Eobot for some reason appealed to me more. You can literally start mining for free using their faucet to get drip fed a small amount of coin or GHS per day. The trick is not to mine coin straight away, but to reinvest your current GHS for more 5 year GHS, this causes exponential growth over time. You have the option to deposit coin and convert them to more GHS as well as using your own hardware to mine their pools, which adds to your hashing power. I added my GTX 1080ti and wasn’t getting great figures so stopped after 3 hours, didn’t spend much time on it so could have possibly improved with some effort.
I’ve invested around £55 and currently have 60 GHS this equates to £10.80 a year in terms of what I can gain from the miner. At first glance that seems rubbish, but as I’m currently mining my GHS and not coin, the £10.80 increases daily. As it’s a 5 year contract, I have 5 years of exponential growth, that excites me.
Another thing I liked was the “Get out quick” option in the way of a 24 hour SHA-256 4.0 contract, this basically involves using your current SHA-256 5 Year GHS contract and converting it all in to a 24 hour contract. Just pump it all on to doge, wait 24 hours and leave with your coins. At the time of writing this, there are currently 20 coins to choose from, including the biggies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple & Doge 😊
TIP1: it took me a day to realise that Eobot mines bitcoin by default. You need to select the dropdown at the top left of your account screen to select the currency to mine. But as mentioned you really want to choose GHS 4.0 to bump up your hashing power to start with.
TIP2: Use free faucets from other providers to maximise your GHS. I use 2 on a daily basis, these are MoonDoge FreeDoge
TIP3: If you decide to put cash in to it, keep your eye on the GHS rate, it fluctuates so buy when low.
TIP4: Use referrals to gain small bonuses every so often, every little helps 😊 If you would like to give Eobot
I’m only scratching the surface and haven’t covered everything, but if you have any questions, I’m glad to help where I can.
Cheers, Kelv.
Note: Eobot wrote - December 19, 2017 -Unfortunately, we have had to remove new sales of GHS cloud mining for USA based customers. This is a result of outside circumstances and there is no plan to add it back in the near future. Your existing GHS will continue functioning like normal.
submitted by KelvClark to cexio [link] [comments]

What I've Learned As a Newbie / Lowbie: Tips & Tricks to Better Doge-ing

I'll admit it, I've been doing this as a goof. I'm not planning on investing in any hardware to up my hashrate. I'm not quite topping 95 khash/s between my desktop gpu and my htpc's cpu (in the off hours), and I will never likely see 50k doge unless I buy them with cash....but, and this is a big but (hehe, but...), the whole things been fun, interesting, and a learning experience.
Like many folks, I didn't get in on the bitcoin thing in the early days...I heard about it, understood it, even, but I didn't think it would amount to anything other than an IT guy's fantasy. In some respects, I think that's still true. Bitcoin has become host to finance wonks, venture capitalists, and still has a tinge of "dark net" / underground to it.
Dogecoin, oddly enough, has been striving to remain a functional virtual currency while maintaining a positive attitude. While I'd love to see the coin be worth hundreds or thousands in exchange, the idea having something to exchange with people anywhere on the internet without having to deal in tiny fractions (like bitcoin), is part of what I find appealing in in doge.
As for tips and tricks, I probably don't have much to offer that hasn't already been said, but here goes:
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Long time lurker. Would really like to reach out finally. I'm the owner of, and a Shibe since a few months after Dogecoin's creation. Please hear me out!

From Toronto good morning all,
For one second, I want to preach about Dogecoin. This place changes lives. It's a runaway force, predominantly driven by selfless people. I've watched the pains, and witnessed the highs. It always bounces back because we don't give up.
I believe it simply comes down to having the patience for eventual adoption, like with all innovative ideas throughout history. The Cryptocurrency community is full of those willing to take a bit of risk on something that could truly be an/their anchor in the long run.
For example, my long lost brotherly friend is currently installing a Bitcoin ATM machine into a prominent Canadian University, while he runs Miners and works at his 9-5 job.
This year I wined and dined my Dad seeking investment money to match the three to five thousand I was willing to sink into graphics cards that was coming eventually (great lunch, nothing really came from it though haha).
I believed in Cryptos when I first learned about them and eventually Dogecoin became my own personal home of all the Altcoins. Sorry to get all sappy and stuffff, but I can feel the spirit and faith in Dogecoin from so many of you. In the physical sense, I believe we are a collective conscious that cannot be destroyed for as long as the Internet exists. However the intangible is something of a credo that so many on here follow naturally. Kindergarten stuff like 'don't do harm to your fellow Shibe' and 'take care of your fellow Shibes.'
To be honest, I have gotten caught up with a new event management company and don't have the time to take on all these goals I've thought about a long time for Dogecoin and Cryptos as a whole.
One night the idea of creating a clean simple shopping site that aggregates everything from custom Dogecoin merchandise you find on variation sites like "Etsy" (search those Crafty people out there trying to earn a buck and use to increase their traffic/revenue) to professionally made stickers, stuffed animals/plush toys, Dogecoin/Doge icecube trays, tshirts, rugs (wut?), bottles, skateboards, ANYTHING, as well as other goods we all love to find in an interesting novelty type shops (i.e. lasers to show where we landed on the Moon) that people can purchase with Cryptos and "Regular Currencies". The majority of Cash would be pumped into the Market and essentially buy up bulk as a community. Can you see the cycle?
I was planning on getting started before August 15th when the money finally comes in to try and help finance something like this to get the beginnings in motion.
Here's where I'd like to somehow offer to be a crowd-surfing site. I need an agreed amount of us willing to volunteer and take on an operation like this as I don't know many things with IT, Law, and Manufacturing. I'm hard pressed for time/capital as this event management company is moving pretty quick. Stressful, but a good stress.
Money would be very fairly split with all of you who participate.. perhaps some wage machine like faucet that automatically pays per hour clocked in for hundreds of employees wanting to work (on tasks deemed at the same level.. throwing stuff at the wall here this early), or maybe just some few would rather take this project on. Open to all of your suggestions.
A fair portion of revenue generated from this site will go back to making a brand new faucet that is constantly being pumped as hopefully takes off and earns a residual worth. Faucet giveaways would be constant, and the rewards ideally the highest of all faucets.
The other goal would be that I am seriously interested in being the person to get clubs, lounges, bars, festivals, etc. to accept Cryptocurrencies as regular payment. I have quite a few places right now that would certainly entertain the idea if they knew they could generate some new revenue.
Imagine the exposure to Cryptos when people find out that huge bottle service party on the side was paid for in Dogecoin/Bitcoin? When Dogecoin and Bitcoin begin to infiltrate people's R&R time, it will become more and more of something accepted as it really needs some "cool people" to call it "cool". Sure, let's pay for this Helicopter ride over Niagara Falls with, Dogecoin.
I'd like to build a club myself that I've designed already and this all leads to it. Of course Crypto would just be the standard in there. Basically I am saying that if you guys help get all of this stuff moving, eventually I could create a place that caters to clients using Cryptos and who knows, maybe it would be the first place if this actually takes off in time before we see that idea become a commonality.
I just came from Dogecoinbeg and after sorting by All-time and Top, posts I sadly noticed that the Beg threads were all fairly similar, and not really any "grandiose ideas". Grandiose is often a word that shuts down peoples' dreams. I didn't want to post in there for fear this would get buried.
Being dead serious and have about 7k+ before mid-August. It would be absolutely fantastic to talk about making what I think could be the home e-store for Dogecoin (Crypto as a whole?) paraphernalia among other goods, with people from all around the world.
I'm back in the event management type business for the second time now, and my anxiety is going off the wall. The often cruel and judgmental people in this industry got the best of me the first time around. This time around has too much now committed to not face everything head-on, and finally make this passion a reality.
What that random paragraph meant is that, I can't ease your skepticism that I won't screw you over, but I can tell you that I know how it feels to be screwed over.
I finally decided tonight that I'm okay with the potential that by creating this post, I end up having the idea taken. It's worth a shot for the potential of added positivity as I don't have my own the time/capital to dedicate to what a project like this truly needs. So, I invite you to team up with me. Help me do what we are known for and organize as a group and we'll ALL grow together.
Have an awesome weekend Shibes, and thanks for all your consideration.
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What's a faucet? Literally a place where free coins trickle out!

Lately I have been signing up for "faucets" - these are sites where you can claim very small portions of various coins throughout the day. It's like free money.
Don't get discouraged quickly, because you are going to make cents per day, not dollars. Patience and consistency is the key. This should be in addition to your current plan for investing in crypto - not your only plan.
These are some of my favorites because they refresh every 5 minutes and you can grab 4 different coins! How do you get the coins? Easy - just sign up for and it will catch all your coins from the faucet. Then you can easily withdraw them to your Coinbase, Jaxx or any other wallet.
Get ready for lots of ads and pop-ups, because that's how these websites generate revenue to run the faucet.
It may not look like much but it's better than sitting on your computer playing games all night. So sign up and start earning today!
Bitcoin: MoonBTC DOGE: MoonDOGE Litecoin: MoonLTC DASH: MoonDASH
Always looking for new faucets that work well and pay consistently! Let me know if you have a favorite.
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new to bitcoin, what is the best way to earn bitcoin without investing my money?

Im trying bitcoin faucets right now to earn some satoshi. im looking to earn satoshi so i can invest it in some other ways, i've seen some games or cloud mining etc... that may interest me.
these are the faucets im currently using, they either auto accumulate or payout +1000 satoshi per time minimum:
faucet of america: (REF) (NON-REF)
bitcoinzebra: (REF) (NON-REF)
weekendbitcoin: (REF) (NON-REF)
bitcoinsheep: (REF) (NON-REF)
faucet of canada: (REF) (NON-REF)
bit coin puddle: (REF) (NON-REF)
BTCfaucet: (REF) (NON-REF)
auto accumulator:
BTC empire: (REF) (NON-REF)
the btc generator: (REF) (NON-REF)
moon bitcoin: (REF) (NON-REF)
my question is: are there any other auto accumulators or +1000 satoshi minimum payout faucets that you know about? are there also any other ways to gain my initial bitcoins with similar satoshi earnings for this kind of effort? thanks
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One of the reasons why the price of Bitcoin is the least exciting thing about it.

I started off with Bitcoin like most people here. I got in at around $250, got very excited when the price skyrocketed, kept buying and saying “to the moon!”, and then watched it crash and rise, ad nauseum. At one point, the whole rollercoaster was getting frustrating and watching the price go up and down made me feel helpless. I started to ask myself “Am I really watching a revolution, or am I just being taken for a ride?”
So sometime in January of 2014, I, along with a few other like-minded friends decided that instead of just riding the rollercoaster, maybe we should start working on making it a better ride for us. Instead of focusing on just the surface of this amazing technology (the price), why don't we actually get off our asses and do something that will contribute to its growth. So we did, and started our own Bitcoin startup company . We put in our time, effort, and resources into a productive endeavor that would hopefully produce tangible results.
In a span of three months from when we had become fully operational in May 2014 up to August 2014 today, we had conceived, planned, implemented, and successfully built a total of SIX different Bitcoin ventures. A Bitcoin payment processor, a Bitcoin remittance platform, a Bitcoin order-book exchange, a Bitcoin Social Media Faucet, a Prepaid Bitcoin card service, and a Bitcoin Bills payment service. And we are not stopping there.
We watched ourselves outgrow our little startup office from four dudes who love Bitcoin to a rock-solid team of twenty-two of the most talented individuals you could find on this side of the pacific. Imagine that? Twenty-two people, some even giving up better paying jobs with more security, working full-time on something like Bitcoin? Yet here we are. Bitcoin is now more exciting to us than ever, more than any bull rally or positive news. We live and breathe it and are constantly thinking of ways to help it grow.
The best part is that we are definitely not the only ones. Other talented individuals from all over the world are working every single day on applications that will make it more useful for everyone. Now THAT is exciting. This is the stuff that matters. This is why Bitcoin will succeed.
So whenever you’re getting tired of the ups and downs of the price of Bitcoin, just think that somewhere in the world, at any given moment whether the price is up or down, there are people working non-stop, making sacrifices, investing valuable resources and time, and doing their damn best to make Bitcoin succeed.
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Latest Coinpot/Moon Bitcoin Faucet UPDATE! Moon Bitcoin Guide Latest Coinpot/Moon Bitcoin Faucet updates! Bitcoin Faucet 2020  Earn 4 to 12 Satoshi Every 3 Minutes  Live Withdrawal Proof In Faucetpay How to Make Money with Moon Bitcoin (COINPOT)

The Best Bitcoin Faucet is Bitcoin can be claimed from the bitcoin faucet every 5 minutes. It starts at 100 satoshi every 5 minutes, but never goes down. Instead it accumulates for the time passed, every if we don’t visit the site. So if we don’t check for 2 hours (120 minutes/5=24) that’s 2400 satoshi! Moon Bitcoin is a bitcoin faucet with a difference…YOU decide how often to claim! Most bitcoin faucets only allow you to claim once per hour or once per day, Moon allows you to claim as often or as little as you like* The faucet will gradually fill up – quite quickly initially but it will slow down over time – until you make a claim. Bitcoin Faucet also offers free Bitcoin Faucet Spins to every player so that you can get some experience along with some funds to invest in the game. Play & Win A Jackpot. No matter what game you want to play, Bitcoin Faucet lets you play them all and even win a jackpot by participating in different game contests on offer by the gaming platform. 5. Moon Bitcoin. Moon Bitcoin is another veteran faucet that has been around since 2015. The faucet allows you to claim satoshis every 5 minutes, with the average claim being around 10 Satoshis. You can also run CPU mining in the background to increase your claims. Moon Bitcoin uses CoinPot (similar to BonusBitcoin) in order to pay out users. Highest Paying Bitcoin Faucet. We will help you find the best bitcoin faucet today, so you can easily save Satoshi for your cryptocurrency investment. Check out our bitcoin faucet list below. 1. 99 Bitcoins. This bitcoin faucet gives out a very small amount of Satoshi every few minutes. In this way, you earn free bitcoins without spending cash

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