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Coinpot Token Price Today

According to today’s exchange rates, 100 Coinpot Tokens…

= 105 Satoshi (Bitcoin)
= 695 Satoshi (Bitcoin Cash)
= 1.72 DOGE (Dogecoin)
= 6415 Litoshi (Litecoin)
= 1985 Duffs (DASH)

NOTE: You earn Coinpot Tokens on…

Moon Litecoin (3 tokens every 5 minutes) – registration link (click!)
Moon Bitcoin Cash (3 tokens every 5 minutes) – registration link (click!)
Bonus Bitcoin – 3 tokens every 15 minutes – registration link (click!)
Moon Dogecoin – 3 tokens every 15 minutes -registration link (click!)
Moon Dash – 3 tokens every 5 minutes – registration link (click!)
Moon Bitcoin – 3 tokens every 15 minutes – registration link (click!)
Bitfun – 3 tokens every 3 minutes -registration link (click!)

Q:How much are Coinpot Tokens worth in fiat (real money)?

Visit Changelly for an easy cryptocurrency=fiat calculator and see for yourself! You will not find Santa Coinpot Tokens; you will find the five coins the Tokens can be converted to.

Q: Those coins gathering dust in your wallet? 

For some cheap trading practice, consider the fact that a minimum trade on CoinExchange is only 1 DOGE. – (FYI only; not to be treated as a financial advice;  entertainment purposes only).

 Freebitcoin is not only a (stingy) faucet, but a good savings vehicle, offering  4.08% annual interest on your satoshi investment. Unlike shady “mining” operators (STAY AWAY!), such as Tesla Mining, Freebitcoin is one of the oldest faucets and does pay out. Recently Cointiply, in some copycat mode began offering 5% annual interest paid daily on balances over bla-bla-bla.

Coins “gathering dust” = HODLing. There is nothing wrong with HODLing… a currency which has potential and future. 90% of them do not. Do you research. Have an exit strategy. If a coin is not worth the dust it’s covered with, kill it with fire, try exchanging it. If the amount is too small, – oh, well.

LuckyGames is an online cryptocurrency casino. Legit. Minimum bet – 1 satoshi (there is no need to exchange currencies to satoshi to play!). A user can generate wallets for and deposit 100 (!) cryptocurrencies. Who knows, maybe that bit of Awesomecoim can be multiplied, exchanged to Bitcoin etc. etc.

lgG

Gambling is bad, yet in this case, it’s no more than an exit strategy.

For more faucet tips, visit our Helpful Tips section.

News

Coinpot.co multi cryptocurrency wallet has not been hacked and your earnings are safe.

In the worst case scenario, there has been a breach or a leak. As we remember, even if a villain gains access to your account and decides to withdraw your funds,

a) 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.

Coinpot security measures

b) In the log of your Coinpot account you can see unsuccessful login attempts, if there are any.

c) For a few hours after you initiate a withdrawal, the request remains “pending” and has to presumably, be approved manually by Coinpot.co. Which gives you some extra time to react.


From Coinpot:

“CoinPot has NOT been hacked – your data/earnings are safe!
Posted: 2018-03-08 08:00 UTC
We have been made aware that there are some posts on forums etc suggesting that CoinPot has been hacked. We have fully investigated this and can confirm that there has been no breach of our systems. All of your private and sensitive information (i.e. passwords) are securely hashed before being safely stored in our databases so it is impossible for us or anyone else to read these, even if we were ever hacked in the future. We follow all industry best-practices to ensure the highest level of security.

The main part of the problem is that many users continue to use the same sign-in credentials (i.e. email/password) on multiple sites. Therefore when one of these other sites is hacked or leaks password data this can then also be used to sign in to CoinPot. This is what we believe has happened in this case. All accounts that we know to be affected by this have now been locked to prevent unathorised access – users will need to reset their password in this case”.

What actually happened: some login details were stolen, leaked, or acquired otherwise. A individual appeared in a chatroom and offered the list to the general public. Some have tried and, indeed, have gained access to another person’s account.

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(source: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2006313.1040)

So… View this as a warning bell, change your password to something difficult to guess, set up 2FA and your funds will be safer than in Fort Knox.

…to be continued.