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#61 by Darkstar2 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 14:56

@S.P.

Faucets are a massive waste of time. The amount you earn are tiny fractions, hardly worth it, unless you fancy earning fractions of cents every hour, i.e. assuming a site pays 45 satoshi per hour for captcha, that's roughly $0.004 USD.
Much better wasting that energy on surveys and few cents on tasks.

The faucets is much like PTC, some generate ad revenue for your clicks and pay you fractions of cents much the same way as PTC, but sometimes less even, and others its captcha resolving, and on some its ponzi scheme element and rev sharing, so higher amount of Satoshi, but in the end the earnings are ridiculous and hardly worth it.
You are better off doing offer walls and slideshows, it's much more lucrative than btc faucets.
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#62 by sweetpie3000 » Wed Jun 19, 2019 00:39

Darkstar2 wrote: @S.P.

Faucets are a massive waste of time. The amount you earn are tiny fractions, hardly worth it, unless you fancy earning fractions of cents every hour, i.e. assuming a site pays 45 satoshi per hour for captcha, that's roughly $0.004 USD.
Much better wasting that energy on surveys and few cents on tasks.

The faucets is much like PTC, some generate ad revenue for your clicks and pay you fractions of cents much the same way as PTC, but sometimes less even, and others its captcha resolving, and on some its ponzi scheme element and rev sharing, so higher amount of Satoshi, but in the end the earnings are ridiculous and hardly worth it.
You are better off doing offer walls and slideshows, it's much more lucrative than btc faucets.

If bitcoin go up 1 millions dollars per coin. Your faucet earning worth a lot of money in;the future. Same people say faucet waste of time in 2013
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#63 by Darkstar2 » Wed Jun 19, 2019 00:56

sweetpie3000 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote: @S.P.

Faucets are a massive waste of time. The amount you earn are tiny fractions, hardly worth it, unless you fancy earning fractions of cents every hour, i.e. assuming a site pays 45 satoshi per hour for captcha, that's roughly $0.004 USD.
Much better wasting that energy on surveys and few cents on tasks.

The faucets is much like PTC, some generate ad revenue for your clicks and pay you fractions of cents much the same way as PTC, but sometimes less even, and others its captcha resolving, and on some its ponzi scheme element and rev sharing, so higher amount of Satoshi, but in the end the earnings are ridiculous and hardly worth it.
You are better off doing offer walls and slideshows, it's much more lucrative than btc faucets.

If bitcoin go up 1 millions dollars per coin. Your faucet earning worth a lot of money in;the future. Same people say faucet waste of time in 2013

Rich ? If bitcoin was worth 1 million, your faucet money would be worth at most a few hundred dollars, that's hardly rich, you cannot do anything with that money nowadays, hardly worth it at all, and what is the likelihood BTC will be worth that much ? Very slim to none.
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#64 by jjohnson777 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 11:00

Facets not waste of time if promote them. I earn $10-20 a week from just one.
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#65 by Darkstar2 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 12:36

jjohnson777 wrote: Facets not waste of time if promote them. I earn $10-20 a week from just one.

How much money do you earn promoting them ? $10-$20 a week is it gross or net ?

Yeah of course if you promote sites and earn from referral commissions that might be another story, but earning from faucets as a user = massive waste of time, there are other much better ways to earn, even from the worst GPT / offer wall / surveys. Those who believe wasting their time on faucets is an investment for when BTC explode are delusional. Bitcoin will NOT value to a million dollar or half, or quarter or a fraction of it - traditional investments are even safer, even with its up / down volatility, in the long term it is a safe bet, you won't build your retirement wealth with bitcoin let alone bitcoin faucets. I think bitcoin will suffer another major blow, and even if it manages to rise to 5 figures, it will remain a low 5 figure. Those who "invested" in bitcoin in early days are the ones who are in big time profits if they played their cards right, it's pointless now, I'd rather invest that $9k in a well crafted portfolio which will likely double or triple or more my money down the line, than on some bitcoin crap which is fueled by delusional and criminal activity online.

Remove darknet from the equation and bitcoin would lose most of its value and be worthless, with real world market you have ups and downs and corrections, the only time you can expect to see huge dips is during a recession, war or depression. With Bitcoin it does not take much to send it down big time. The only thing that is keeping bitcoin on life support at the moment is criminal activity online (for the most part through darknet) and HYIP / scams online in general.

The legit merchants using bitcoin are such a tiny percentage - why would you only use bitcoin if you are legit, unless you have something to hide.

So yeah the best days of Bitcoin are behind it, it might rise again to 5 figures, no doubt, and people will be all excited, and then reality will set in and boom, it will tank, but it will never reach 6 figures let alone 7, the only millionaires from BTC are those who went all in when it was worth 2 figures, assuming they were not greedy and played it right.

I hate though seeing people live on a delusional dream that will never happen, too many people are lured with false hope and get quite disappointed in the end.
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#66 by jjohnson777 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 13:15

I love the rise in value. I been sending my bitcoins to bank every few days instead of weekly. Apparently some my refs trying to win that nice car when they offered tickets for free just if deposited set amount. I long ago made back my advertising cost so it been profit for past year or two. If I just had to count on my efforts it take me months reach payout min instead of everytime I blink recently with downlines. I wait until cashout fee low though so plus being online all the time. The sites with no cashout fee takes days receive instead of hours so I understand why they have the fees.
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#67 by sweetpie3000 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 22:33

Bitcoin is back Bitcoin just hit 10k per coin. It is about 11k per coin

If you can't afford bitcoin just buy litecoin, dogecoin
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#68 by sweetpie3000 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 23:30

Darkstar2 wrote:
jjohnson777 wrote: Facets not waste of time if promote them. I earn $10-20 a week from just one.

How much money do you earn promoting them ? $10-$20 a week is it gross or net ?

Yeah of course if you promote sites and earn from referral commissions that might be another story, but earning from faucets as a user = massive waste of time, there are other much better ways to earn, even from the worst GPT / offer wall / surveys. Those who believe wasting their time on faucets is an investment for when BTC explode are delusional. Bitcoin will NOT value to a million dollar or half, or quarter or a fraction of it - traditional investments are even safer, even with its up / down volatility, in the long term it is a safe bet, you won't build your retirement wealth with bitcoin let alone bitcoin faucets. I think bitcoin will suffer another major blow, and even if it manages to rise to 5 figures, it will remain a low 5 figure. Those who "invested" in bitcoin in early days are the ones who are in big time profits if they played their cards right, it's pointless now, I'd rather invest that $9k in a well crafted portfolio which will likely double or triple or more my money down the line, than on some bitcoin crap which is fueled by delusional and criminal activity online.

Remove darknet from the equation and bitcoin would lose most of its value and be worthless, with real world market you have ups and downs and corrections, the only time you can expect to see huge dips is during a recession, war or depression. With Bitcoin it does not take much to send it down big time. The only thing that is keeping bitcoin on life support at the moment is criminal activity online (for the most part through darknet) and HYIP / scams online in general.

The legit merchants using bitcoin are such a tiny percentage - why would you only use bitcoin if you are legit, unless you have something to hide.

So yeah the best days of Bitcoin are behind it, it might rise again to 5 figures, no doubt, and people will be all excited, and then reality will set in and boom, it will tank, but it will never reach 6 figures let alone 7, the only millionaires from BTC are those who went all in when it was worth 2 figures, assuming they were not greedy and played it right.

I hate though seeing people live on a delusional dream that will never happen, too many people are lured with false hope and get quite disappointed in the end.

Smart people people buy bitcoin in the bottom price. It is like stock market
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#69 by tasman1 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 02:10

Strange , people say Bitcoin value going up , hmmmmm , let see , 10 years ago 1 Bitcoin value was 1 Bitcoin , now 10 years latter 1 Bitcoin value is still 1 Bitcoin = no change
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#70 by tasman1 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 02:41

tasman1 wrote: Strange , people say Bitcoin value going up , hmmmmm , let see , 10 years ago 1 Bitcoin value was 1 Bitcoin , now 10 years latter 1 Bitcoin value is still 1 Bitcoin = no change



Or Bitcoin works like American dollar , I did buy 1 some 10 years ago and value now is a billion Zimbabvean dollars , me rich now , me bilionar

Think will try and by 1 satasoshi and see how it go in 10 years , maybe value go to a billion satasasoshy
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#71 by Nikorj » Sat Jun 22, 2019 04:57

Sweetpie, Sweetpie, Sweetpie, Our mysterious Bitcoin king. ;)

How much have you made on Bitcoins??, You really love to talk about it, But we are yet to be informed on your earnings!!!
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#72 by sweetpie3000 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 08:21

Breaking news bitcoin just hit 11k dollars per coin
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#73 by Darkstar2 » Sun Jun 23, 2019 11:02

sweetpie3000 wrote: Breaking news bitcoin just hit 11k dollars per coin

Right speculators are assuming the worse, WW III is on the corner, and the great depression, once good news comes out about no war conflict with Iran, a resolved China trade deal (which WILL happen eventually hopefully soon) and fed cut rates, economy boost, good numbers, t hat bitcoin will settle down. Bitcoin is about criminal activity in large majority, so it's a game of send the value crashing down, create opportunity, buyers flock, value goes up, the bubble bursts again, rince, recycle, repeat, of course if doomsday will arrive soon and we will be cluster f***** then yeah people will stupidly buy Bitcoin, instead of gold which is a far better investment, remember when gold was a low 3 figure, and now look at its value. So yeah Bitcoin will keep going up until its next "crash", those who think Bitcoin will reach big heights are still truly delusional, my advice, cash out profits whilst you can, don't be greedy, take out a % and keep the rest to grow it, so worse case scenario you are not losing ALL your profits, assuming you DO have good money in this, but it seems people are playing with Satoshi, which is the smallest denominator of Bitcoin, nobody is going to get rich out of petty cash, the money will be useless, you are better off earning from PTC / GPT daily than faucets, unless you have super natural powers and earn 2 digits daily from promoting them, 2 digit NET figures after expenses.

Those who make real money are the affiliate marketers, promoters, etc, not people who play with fractions of fractions of fractions of cents.

Wasn't Bitcoin valued at over $25k once ? So let's see how high it goes this time before crashing.

and let's see the value of money after WWIII and the great depression, which will last 30 years minimum.
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#74 by SeldomSeen » Sun Jun 23, 2019 14:05

sweetpie3000 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
jjohnson777 wrote: Facets not waste of time if promote them. I earn $10-20 a week from just one.

How much money do you earn promoting them ? $10-$20 a week is it gross or net ?

Yeah of course if you promote sites and earn from referral commissions that might be another story, but earning from faucets as a user = massive waste of time, there are other much better ways to earn, even from the worst GPT / offer wall / surveys. Those who believe wasting their time on faucets is an investment for when BTC explode are delusional. Bitcoin will NOT value to a million dollar or half, or quarter or a fraction of it - traditional investments are even safer, even with its up / down volatility, in the long term it is a safe bet, you won't build your retirement wealth with bitcoin let alone bitcoin faucets. I think bitcoin will suffer another major blow, and even if it manages to rise to 5 figures, it will remain a low 5 figure. Those who "invested" in bitcoin in early days are the ones who are in big time profits if they played their cards right, it's pointless now, I'd rather invest that $9k in a well crafted portfolio which will likely double or triple or more my money down the line, than on some bitcoin crap which is fueled by delusional and criminal activity online.

Remove darknet from the equation and bitcoin would lose most of its value and be worthless, with real world market you have ups and downs and corrections, the only time you can expect to see huge dips is during a recession, war or depression. With Bitcoin it does not take much to send it down big time. The only thing that is keeping bitcoin on life support at the moment is criminal activity online (for the most part through darknet) and HYIP / scams online in general.

The legit merchants using bitcoin are such a tiny percentage - why would you only use bitcoin if you are legit, unless you have something to hide.

So yeah the best days of Bitcoin are behind it, it might rise again to 5 figures, no doubt, and people will be all excited, and then reality will set in and boom, it will tank, but it will never reach 6 figures let alone 7, the only millionaires from BTC are those who went all in when it was worth 2 figures, assuming they were not greedy and played it right.

I hate though seeing people live on a delusional dream that will never happen, too many people are lured with false hope and get quite disappointed in the end.

Smart people people buy bitcoin in the bottom price. It is like stock market

Smart people people sell bitcoin in the top price. It is like stock market.
Sell much?
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#75 by sweetpie3000 » Tue Jun 25, 2019 23:56

Bitcoin just reach 12k dollars. Bitcoin baby is going up crazy
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#76 by sweetpie3000 » Fri Jul 05, 2019 11:34

Bitcoin have been up and down
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#77 by Darkstar2 » Fri Jul 05, 2019 21:28

sweetpie3000 wrote: Bitcoin have been up and down

Don't worry it will reach its bubble soon and burst, I bet you the DOW will reach 30k before the bitcoin ever breaks the 25k barrier. :D
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#78 by valerie » Fri Jul 05, 2019 21:54

Digital currencies is nothing more than a precursor to evil yet to come.
That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it.
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#79 by Darkstar2 » Fri Jul 05, 2019 21:58

valerie wrote: Digital currencies is nothing more than a precursor to evil yet to come.
That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it.

I agree 100%, I guess you've been reading Revelations too :mrgreen:

As far as precursors to evil, Bitcoin is just a tiny drop in the ocean. One of the biggest precursor to evil is paperless money in all its form, and of course one day when humans will require chip implants.
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#80 by valerie » Sat Jul 06, 2019 00:35

Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: Digital currencies is nothing more than a precursor to evil yet to come.
That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it.

I agree 100%, I guess you've been reading Revelations too :mrgreen:

As far as precursors to evil, Bitcoin is just a tiny drop in the ocean. One of the biggest precursor to evil is paperless money in all its form, and of course one day when humans will require chip implants.

Yep, that's true.
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