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FAQ: “What is the Minimum Withdrawal Amount from Coinpot”; Withdrawing, Converting and Exchanging Faucet Earnings Overview

Minimum faucet earnings withdrawals from Coinpot, per currency (zero-fee), per currency are: Bitcoin: 0.0001 BTC (0.39 United States Dollar) Bitcoin Cash: 0.0001 BCH (0.013 United States Dollar) Dogecoin: 50 DOGE  (0.0997 United States Dollar) Litecoin: 0.002 LTC (0.11 United States Dollar) DASH: 0.0002 DASH (0.0166 United States Dollar) *USD prices relevant as of 09.03.2019 Coinpot Token cannot be withdrawn. Tokens… Continue reading FAQ: “What is the Minimum Withdrawal Amount from Coinpot”; Withdrawing, Converting and Exchanging Faucet Earnings Overview

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Coinpot Tokens’s Price Today vs. One Week Ago

PREVIOUSLY ON: Coinpot Token’s Worth in August: Conversion Rates, Fiat Value… Future Price As Bitcoin Falls as low as 6094.47 USD, and in light of our in-depth analysis based on last week's data, more so are we interested in Coinpot Token's Value, Worth and Price. Conversion: Coinpot Token to:.. Bitcoin Core at the exchange rate of 0.0000000160: 100… Continue reading Coinpot Tokens’s Price Today vs. One Week Ago

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Q&A: How to Convert Coinpot Tokens to Dogecoin?

A: Converting Coinpot tokens to DOGE is the most viable option of Coinpot Tokens withdrawal to an external wallet in order to trade, invest or, through an exchange, convert Coinpot Tokens through Dogecoin to USD, Bitcoin, or any other currency. Step A: Login to Coinpot.co Step B: On your Coinpot.co Dashboard... Step C: Click the… Continue reading Q&A: How to Convert Coinpot Tokens to Dogecoin?

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Faucetgate (or Coingate?) – the hacking scandal.

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.