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I've been on a Bitcoin kick here lately. Here's another decent way to get some for free.

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Stupid name, but its a crap ton better than using faucets. You actually earn by doing work through Crowd Flower. It sometimes takes a bit to find a decent task or survey, but there is always stuff to work on. Below is a screenshot of my last two days of work, which has already paid:



Again, you're not going to get rich, but if you are just looking to play around and/or get started with Bitcoin this is one of the best ways to get in for free.
 

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I've been on a Bitcoin kick here lately. Here's another decent way to get some for free.

BitcoinGet

Stupid name, but its a crap ton better than using faucets. You actually earn by doing work through Crowd Flower. It sometimes takes a bit to find a decent task or survey, but there is always stuff to work on. Below is a screenshot of my last two days of work, which has already paid:



Again, you're not going to get rich, but if you are just looking to play around and/or get started with Bitcoin this is one of the best ways to get in for free.
how much money is all of that bitcoin worth?
 

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it fluctuates, which is the beauty of it right now, but 5000 bits, which is 500000 satoshi, is about $3.34
off topic, but how do u like qmee? i see that a lot of people here use it
 

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Thanks for the idea. I don't see the point of this from a time standpoint. 5000 satoshi is only $0.03 currently. Most of the surveys etc are paying out maybe 500 bits each at roughly 20 minutes each. So 1 hour of steady work nets you a whole $0.99 if you are lucky.
 
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Thanks for the idea. I don't see the point of this from a time standpoint. 5000 satoshi is only $0.03 currently. Most of the surveys etc are paying out maybe 500 bits each at roughly 20 minutes each. So 1 hour of steady work nets you a whole $0.99 if you are lucky.
I have yet to do a 20 min survey and the tasks/batch type work are actually better. Yes, if you're looking to min/max and make a living at this then it won't be for you. If you are interested in Bitcoin and want to get started without an out of pocket expense then this is a good way to do that.
 

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I have yet to do a 20 min survey and the tasks/batch type work are actually better. Yes, if you're looking to min/max and make a living at this then it won't be for you. If you are interested in Bitcoin and want to get started without an out of pocket expense then this is a good way to do that.
Even if you aren't looking to make a living, it would seem there are much better paying options available. For example, with MintVine you can very easily generate $5 daily, cash out with PayPal, then use your PayPal to buy a larger amount of BTC from coinbase. Maybe I'm misunderstanding you and I don't mean for this to come off as snide or condescending, I just can't find any value in this method. Please correct me if I'm wrong!