(¿quieres probar si los retiros se pueden realizar a diario? Lee la versión simplificada relacionada de este artículo de 75 Doges Al Dia) (probado y probado: los faucets son 100% legítimos. No hay spam, no hay virus, diseño agradable y pagos diarios instantáneos, garantizados y pagos fácilmente precalculados a cualquier wallet externa… … puedes retirar… Continue reading Coinpot Faucets: Guía
Could Etherium really be showing signs of recovery? If so, those who have adopted the strategy of a “healthier portfolio” and traded shitcoins against Etherium at its lowest have made the right choice. While Bitcoin is in the green too, if Sunday trading is indicative of anything it is of retail investors attempting to fight… Continue reading Etherium in the Green
Unless you are saving up/holding, or have your own plans for your DASH earnings, we would recommend following the news and having an exchange account with a wallet address at standby, should any currency's price begin to spike.
Mine coins while... Heating up your house. Bright minds at Quarnot, a French company, came up with an interesting mining solution: a device which uses the heat generated from Bitcoin mining for heating up a space. Profits from heating/mining can be monitored through an app or the heater's LED screen. The insides of the heater are:… Continue reading New mining solution… Bitcoin is coming!!!
Q: Ok, we get it, people have been scammed. What's the big deal?
A: What we find unfair is that, according to the transaction levels traceable on Blockchain.info, the faucet owner stopped payouts in 2016... Yet continues receiving revenue generated by an obviously scam website steadily in 2018. With no intention to even provide an update on what is going on, or issue a formal apology.
In the previous post we have included an original quote from BitcoinTalk forum thread, which seems to be the one (and only) "proof", if we can call it that, of an actual hack even happening. We are strictly against creating the impression of duplicate articles through re-posting content and would rather recommend you read parts… Continue reading How did the news about alleged Coinpot.co hack spread?..
You have to confirm the withdrawal in an email Coinpot.co sends you within 60 minutes after initiating the transaction. Otherwise, the transaction will not go through. ...if you are using the same password for both Coinpot and your email address... Oh, well.
We do recommend you to use individual passwords for faucets and, ideally, create a separate (secondary) e-mail address for those purposes. 2FA is not a bad idea at all either. Also, please do refer to our Helpful Tips section: pop-ups and ads can be the main source of harm to your PCs and they can be killed with fire.
A few users reported some problems with coinpot.co's faucet partners (specifically, the enormously high-paying BitFun). We have also experienced connectivity issues between BpnusBitcoin and coinpot.co (balances were not updating). Coinpot.co reassures that everything is under control and there is no need for concern: A good practice, however, would be changing your password and, preferably, using… Continue reading Message from Coinpot.co: everything is good.