Friday, January 13, 2017

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Is a bitcoin faucet a profitable website?

Running a Bitcoin faucet can be great fun and can teach you a lot about how to run one. You learn the development, business and marketing aspects of the site, which are all invaluable skills to have. But what you have to keep in mind when dealing with your own faucets is that while there are advertisers, and there are a lot of people that like to visit faucets, that does not make them profitable. If you want to make money off your faucet, especially a lot of it, you will have to go further than just hosting a faucet. You need to come up with other services that it can be tied in with that will help with the money generation. If you can do this, you can make a very successful site and everything can work out well!
A good article about how to run a faucet can be found at devtome.com

How to set up your bitcoin faucet without any programming skill

A skilled programmer can build a faucet script quite easily, but uf you have little programming knowledge, not to worry, there are several premade scripts for you to use for your faucet. The two main Bitcoin micropayment processor which offer a reliable premade faucet script are:
  • Epay.info This processor was a successor to Microwallet after the admin left. This processor supports payments from Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin and Peercoin and currently has a very large amount of faucets running on it, and is very trusted by the community. They offer a free faucet script, and also a way to migrate a Microwallet faucet to Epay.info.

How to earn money with a bitcoin faucet

There are various methods to monetize a bitcoin faucet. From advertising to affiliate links, or even donations. But all of this should be always paired with innovation and a good promotion of your website.

Regular Banner Advertising

The easiest and fastest way of placing advertising on your website is by using Google Adsense. Just be sure that your faucet will have some real content for the users, such as informations about bitcoins, or a news section. Otherwise you can risk to have your account banned from the Google Adsense program.

Banner Advertising that pays in Bitcoin

Other advertiser will pay you directly in bitcoin, so you will also be able to fund your faucet directly with the bitcoins earned from this type of advertising. Some of the biggest players in this field are:
  • Anonymous Ads Probably the oldest bitcoin ad network still running. Pays based on the amount of views, but is dependant on which advertisers are advertising and their daily budget. This ad network is for banner and text ads.
  • CoinURL Another very famous and widely used bitcoin ad network. This ad network is for banner and text ads.
  • AdBit AdBit runs on a pay-per-day bidding system. Basically, you put an ad space on your page, and people bid on it. The higher the bid the more of a share the advertiser has.
  • Bee-Ads Bee-Ads runs on the same system as AdBit. This ad network is only for banner ads.
  • BitClix BitClix runs on a pay per click system, meaning that every click on your ad gives you a set amount that the advertiser paid for. Can be good if you have a high click rate on your banners. This ad network is for banner and text ads.
  • BitMedia This network displays both text and banner ads, and also boasts similar rates to Google Adsense. It also runs on a pay per click system.
Test the ones that work best for your website and stick to them, but just don't rely on a single source of income. Also do not plaster your site with as much advertising as humanly possible. Not only is it ugly on the eye, but it makes you look desperate.

Captcha Solving

This advertising is displayed inside your captcha and it is useful as it is non intrusive and also gives your faucet some kind of protection against bots. This advertising source is not too great when it comes to earning money, and should not be relied upon for your funds. The main solutions for this kind of advertising are:
  • SolveMediaThis is a widely used and supported captcha type on most faucet scripts. Occasionally a small pre-roll ad will appear in the captcha, or simply just a banner at the top. You will earn for every captcha solved on this system. However, since some of this captcha's questions are multiple choice answers, it can be easy for bots to decipher. In additon to this, in order to get a cashout, you have to fill in a tax form.
  • Minteye This captcha is different, as it provides a skewed image that the user must unskew to solve the captcha. This is done by sliding a bar at the bottom. Advertising is shown inside the skewed image, and isn't intrusive at all.
  • ConfidentCaptcha This captcha requires the user to click images specified by text above. An ad is sometimes displayed underneath this, and is how you earn revenue using this captcha.
  • AreYouAHuman? This captcha gives the user small puzzles to solve in order to complete the captcha. These puzzles can sometimes be based around a certain product, which is how you generate money with this captcha.

Affiliate/Referral programs

Last but not least, you can earn money from affiliate and referral programs.
There are dozens, if not hundreds, of affiliate programs you can use, but probably one of the most well known is Amazon Associates program. Just be aware that each regional Amazon website has its own independent affiliate program (for example Amazon.it). So pay a lot of attention to where your users are mainly coming from.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Top FaucetBox Faucets (LTC)

Sory Under Construction :-(
See u Soon :-)

Friday, April 8, 2016

Top FaucetBox Faucets (BTC)

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Below r The Best Faucet Box Faucets 


Below Are The Faucets Lets U Claim From 3 Mins To 4hrs (Per Claim) You Can Claim Twice TO Thrice Times From This Faucets,

In Total U can Earn 12,000 Satoshis If u claim Thrice a day.

Links ------- Satoshis/Mins

103/03

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Below Faucets Are Once A Day Claim Faucets
In Total U can Earn 4,000 Satoshis
If u claim Once a day.

200/720

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Sunday, December 6, 2015

The TOP 10 Faucets At Ur Best Our guarantee Sure Claims, Steady payout in just 24 Hrs, Multiplying Games.


What r BITCOIN FAUCETS ?

Bitcoin faucet is a World Wide Web website that gives out "free" bitcoins (BTC) in exchange for doing a simple task, such as clicking on an advert, solving a CAPTCHA, or viewing a webpage for a certain amount of time. There are also faucets that dispense alternative cryptocurrencies.

SO Lets GO ROlling Down From 1
Because Best Faucet Should have Ranked 1 SO we Will Notice it First Rolling UP from 1

1. Wheels Of bitcoin (Android, IOS APP)





Time TO Claim-          30           Mins
AVG Earnings Per Claim- 400          Satoshis
Max Earning Per Claim-  32,000       Satoshis
Claiming amount-        15 to 32,000 Satoshis

Download For Android and IOS

2.Bonusbitcoin


Time TO Claim-          15           Mins
AVG Earnings Per Claim- 500          Satoshis
Max Earning Per Claim-  5000         Satoshis (During 5% bonus)
Claiming amount-        300 to 1,500 Satoshis

3.Freebitco  




Time TO Claim-          60       Mins 
AVG Earnings Per Claim- 500      Satoshis
Max Earning Per Claim-  50000000 Satoshis (which is Imposssible)
Claiming amount-        500      Satoshis

4.Moonbit.co




Time TO Claim-          5        Mins
AVG Earnings Per Claim- 50       Satoshis
Max Earning Per Claim-  Infinity Satoshis (claim in 5 mins to 4 week)
Claiming amount-        1,200    Every 12 Hrs


5.Bitcoinaliens


Time TO Claim-          5     Mins
AVG Earnings Per Claim- 150   Satoshis  
Max Earning Per Claim-  9,000 Satoshis (On Kill of Greeny Alien Chance0.1%)
Claiming amount-        150 to 9,000 Satoshis 

6.Bitmaker(Android, IOS APP)


Time TO Claim-          30         Mins
AVG Earnings Per Claim- 500        Satoshis
Max Earning Per Claim-  500        Satoshis
Claiming amount-        500        Satoshis
Register and More INFO And Use Code YAXX2A For 2,500 Free Satoshis

7.Gratisbitco


Time TO Claim-          60         Mins
AVG Earnings Per Claim- 30         Satoshis
Max Earning Per Claim-  2,400      Satoshis (Which isImpossible)
Claiming amount-        15 to 100  Satoshis
Register and More INFO


Following sites r Investment Faucets Earn Lot when u level up


U Can't Deposit Ur Satoshis from outside, U need to use Satoshis earned at respective site to invest

8.Bitptc




Time TO Claim  -    Whenever U Want
AVG Earnings   -    N/A
Max Earning    -    Upto 2,000 Satoshis / By Viewing Ads
Claiming amount-    Direct FaucetBox Or Custom Wallet Using Login


9.Wonderland.co


Time TO Claim  -    5 Mins
AVG Earnings   -    N/A (Increases With level up)
Max Earning    -    Upto 1,00,000 Satoshis / Day at max level
Claiming amount-    N/A (Increases With level up)

10.Monster coin faucet


Time TO Claim  -   5 Mins
AVG Earnings   -   N/A (Increases With level up)
Max Earning    -   Upto 9,00,000 Satoshis / Day at max level
Claiming amount-   N/A (Increases With level up)

Monday, November 30, 2015

Top 10 Smartphones Under 350$ (20k Rs.)

So Heres TOP 10 Smart phones under 350$ Ofcourse Android and Windows , Because Genuinely IOS has Double of price above mentioned for lowest model of its class XD.
This article hadn't took too much time just 1 week and here its ready So my favorite 
line "Whats waiting for lets go rolling down counting from 10"


10 - Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo

Note 3 Neo is the poorer and affordable cousin of the powerful Note 3 that doesn’t lose out on the size-dimension quotient. It’s got a 720P Super AMOLED display that’s brighter than most of the other devices on this list, but it’s not preferred by everyone.

Same faux-pas leather coating cover on plastic completes the Note 3 Neo design. This device is packed with an Exynos 5260 hexa-core i.e. six core chipset clubbed with 2 GB RAM for top quality and smooth performance.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo
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Price- 18,999 Rs.   (320$)
OS: Android 5.C|Screen size: 5.5-inch|Resolution: 1280x720p|Memory: 2GB|Storage: 16GB|Battery: 3100mAh|Rear camera: 8MP| Front camera: 2MP |

View Full Specs here

9 - Huawei Honor 6

It packs in a punchy octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 5-inch full HD display, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front snapper and a 3100mAh battery. In terms of design the Honor 6 does little in the way of breaking any new ground. Front on it's simply just another black (or white) touchscreen smartphone, while round the edge a silver band hugs the plastic case.
Huawei Honor 6
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Price- 15,000 Rs.   (250$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5-inch|Resolution: 1920x1080p|Memory: 3GB|Storage: 16/32GB|Battery: 3100mAh|Rear camera: 13MP| Front camera: 5MP |

View Full Specs here

8 - ZTE Nubia Z9 Mini

In comparison to the Xiaomi Mi 4 or OnePlus One, Nubia Z9 Mini comes close to their quality with due consideration given to durability. The Nubia Z9 mini offers 16GB storage, expandable up to 128GB via microSD, which is a bonus. The phone supports 4G LTE bands compliant with India's frequency and there's also dual-SIM support. 

The device isn't tailor-made for gaming (per say) but still offers enough for casual users. It's not graphic friendly either. Nubia went for the kill with its imaging features and it's hard to find any other phone maker who has replicated flagship-quality cameras on a mid-range device. We were very impressed with the cameras, not so much with the battery life. The UI needs a major overhaul for good.
ZTE Nubia Z9 mini
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Price- 17,000 Rs.   (290$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5-inch|Resolution: 1920x1080p|Memory: 2GB|Storage: 16GB|Battery: 2900mAh|Rear camera: 16MP| Front camera: 8MP |

View Full Specs here

7 - Microsoft Lumia 640XL

The lone non-Android phone in this feature and the laurel goes to Lumia 640XL. With a screen size of 5.7 inches (compared to the 5-inch display of the 640), the Lumia 640 XL is one of Microsoft's largest smartphones.

Despite its size the Lumia 640 XL is comfortable to hold, light and feels good in the hand, and the larger body accommodates 3000mAh battery with ease.

Running on Windows Phone 8.1 (upgradeable to Windows 10 mobile), Lumia has a select consumer base who have kept their affiliation with Windows as a cross-platform OS intact. Then there’s a small element of Nokia visibly showing up on the Lumia which carries its own loyal base of yesteryears.
Microsoft Lumia 640 XL
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Price- 14,000 Rs.   (240$)
OS: Windows Phone 8.1|Screen size: 5.7-inch|Resolution: 1280x720p|Memory: 1GB|Storage: 8GB|Battery: 3000mAh|Rear camera: 13MP| Front camera: 5MP |

View Full Specs here

6 - Samsung Galaxy J7

Samsung isn’t heavy loading this segment with phones but Galaxy J7 is a move in the right direction. It sports a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 720p resolution which looks bright, sharp and very comparable to the levels of 1080p display but with less warm colours.

The edges have been given metallic finish but that's only the tip of iceberg and you end up warming your eyes to the plain-jane design that Samsung has seemingly adopted all these years. Powered by octa-core CPU, J7 is a decent bet for gaming without amazing us to the hilt. Samsung manages to offer quality snappers on the phone which is given for everyone nowadays, especially for this value.
Samsung Galaxy J7
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Price- 17,000 Rs.   (290$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5.5-inch|Resolution: 1280x720p|Memory: 1.5GB|Storage: 16GB|Battery: 3000mAh|Rear camera: 13MP| Front camera: 5MP | 

View Full Specs here

5 - OnePlus One

This is the smartphone everyone wanted to buy, and now that exclusivity factor is no longer an issue. OnePlus One has curves, metallic finish over plastic casing and rounded edges complete the overall package of this smartphone. The Sandstone back variant is different in all respect and thanks to matte finishing.

You can play games, watch movies, surf YouTube for your videos; anything you throw at the display, the results are too good for the price on the table. You get the 16GB model for under Rs 20,000 and you don’t get to expand the storage space further.
OnePlus One
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Price- 18,999 Rs.   (320$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5.5-inch|Resolution: 1920x1080p|Memory: 3GB|Storage: 16GB|Battery: 3100mAh|Rear camera: 13MP| Front camera: 5MP |

View Full Specs here

4 - Asus Zenfone 2

The new Lollipop-based Asus phone features a hard plastic chassis, a 5.5-inch FHD display and weighs at 170 grams, heavier than most phones in this segment. Asus promises fast-charging feature which is at par with other smartphone brands, the back panel is removable to offer dual-SIM support.

Zenfone 2 offers a 13MP camera at the back and during our time with the device, images delivered were of high quality, for the price putting the phone at par with others like Xiaomi Mi 4i and even better than OnePlus One for that matter.
Asus Zenfone 2 ZE551ML
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Price- 18,999 Rs.   (320$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5.5-inch|Resolution: 1920x1080p|Memory: 2/4GB|Storage: 16/32/64GB|Battery: 3000mAh|Rear camera: 13MP| Front camera: 5MP |

View Full Specs here

3 - Motorola Moto G 2015


Moto G is available in two options. While both the models pack a quad-core Snapdragon 410 CPU, the differentiation comes on the memory and storage front; 1GB RAM with 8G storage and 2GB RAM with 16GB storage. The 5-inch screen on Moto G isn't too bad but the quality difference due to its lower resolution is quite apparent.

We tested the phone via-a-vis the Xiaomi Mi 4i and the brightness quotient is on the higher side with the latter, while the former clearly falls short. With Moto G the marriage between software and hardware has been well distributed which translates into smooth, stable usage experience.
Motorola Moto G 4G (2nd gen)
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Price- 14,000 Rs.   (240$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5-inch|Resolution: 1280x720p|Memory: 2GB|Storage: 16GB|Battery: 2470mAh|Rear camera: 13MP| Front camera: 5MP 

View Full Specs here

2 - Xiaomi Mi 4i

For a device with a 5-inch display, the Mi 4i is very compact. Even with the compactness and slim design, the Mi 4i manages to have the rear camera levelled with the back of the phone without any protrusion. The color reproduction and viewing angles of the display are decent, and Xiaomi packs in a new feature called Sunlight Display, where the screen adjusts to the level of light in your area.

The overall performance of the Mi 4i is pretty good and in most instances matches that of the higher-segment smartphones. The transition effects and animations are a little jerky and there are minor frame drops while gaming.
Xiaomi Mi 4i
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Price- 15,000 Rs.   (250$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5-inch|Resolution: 1920x1080p|Memory: 2GB|Storage: 16/32GB|Battery: 3120mAh|Rear camera: 13MP| Front camera: 5MP |

View Full Specs here

1 - Motorola Moto X Play

The second Moto device in this listing makes its way all because of value on offer. One of the biggest selling points of the Moto X Play is the battery 3,630mAh, which Motorola promises will last two days on a single charge. The phone comes with an "edge-to-edge" 5.5-inch screen with thin bezels on either side, yet comfortable to hold and use.

The curved back feels good, the rubberised material makes the device robust and easy to grip, and is also said to be water-repellent. For the first time, we got a Moto X phone with an option to expand storage, which is reassuring for many users. Although you get a 21MP camera at the back, the quality feels much closer to level of a 13MP sensor.
Motorola Moto X Play
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Price- 18,999 Rs.   (320$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5.5-inch|Resolution: 1920x1080p|Memory: 2GB|Storage: 16/32GB|Battery: 3630mAh|Rear camera: 21MP| Front camera: 5MP |

View Full Specs here

Motorola Moto X Play

The second Moto device in this listing makes its way all because of value on offer. One of the biggest selling points of the Moto X Play is the battery 3,630mAh, which Motorola promises will last two days on a single charge. The phone comes with an "edge-to-edge" 5.5-inch screen with thin bezels on either side, yet comfortable to hold and use.

The curved back feels good, the rubberised material makes the device robust and easy to grip, and is also said to be water-repellent. For the first time, we got a Moto X phone with an option to expand storage, which is reassuring for many users. Although you get a 21MP camera at the back, the quality feels much closer to level of a 13MP sensor.
Motorola Moto X Play
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Price- 18,999 Rs.   (320$)
OS: Android 5.0|Screen size: 5.5-inch|Resolution: 1920x1080p|Memory: 2GB|Storage: 16/32GB|Battery: 3630mAh|Rear camera: 21MP| Front camera: 5MP |

FULL SPECIFICATIONS

NETWORKTechnologyGSM / HSPA / LTE
2G bandsGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G bandsHSDPA 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / 2100 - XT1562
 HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100 - XT1563 (SS)
4G bandsLTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 19(800), 20(800), 28(700), 38(2600), 41(2500) - XT1562
 LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700), 28(700) - XT1563 (SS)
 LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 19(800), 20(800), 28(700), 38(2600), 40(2300), 41(2500) - India
SpeedHSPA, LTE
GPRSYes
EDGEYes
LAUNCHAnnounced2015, July
StatusAvailable. Released 2015, August
BODYDimensions148 x 75 x 10.9 mm (5.83 x 2.95 x 0.43 in)
Weight169 g (5.96 oz)
SIMNano-SIM
 - Water repellant nano-coating (IP52 certified)
DISPLAYTypeIPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size5.5 inches (~74.4% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution1080 x 1920 pixels (~403 ppi pixel density)
MultitouchYes
ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass 3
PLATFORMOSAndroid OS, v5.1.1 (Lollipop), planned upgrade to v6.0 (Marshmallow)
ChipsetQualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615
CPUQuad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 & quad-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A53
GPUAdreno 405
MEMORYCard slotmicroSD, up to 128 GB
Internal16/32 GB, 2 GB RAM
CAMERAPrimary21 MP, 5248 x 3936, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
FeaturesGeo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, auto-HDR
Video1080p@30fps
Secondary5 MP
SOUNDAlert typesVibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
LoudspeakerYes
3.5mm jackYes
COMMSWLANWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, hotspot
Bluetoothv4.0, A2DP, LE
GPSYes, with A-GPS
NFCYes
RadioFM radio
USBmicroUSB v2.0
FEATURESSensorsYes
MessagingSMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
BrowserHTML5
JavaNo
 - Fast battery charging
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- MP3/AAC+/WAV/WMA player
- MP4/H.264/WMV player
- Photo/video editor
- Document viewer
BATTERY Non-removable 3630 mAh battery
Stand-by
Talk time
MISCColorsBlack, White
Price group6/10
TESTSPerformanceBasemark OS II: 764 / Basemark OS II 2.0: 809
Basemark X: 5032
DisplayContrast ratio: 1520:1 (nominal), 3.222 (sunlight)
CameraPhoto / Video
LoudspeakerVoice 69dB / Noise 66dB / Ring 75dB
Audio qualityNoise -93.8dB / Crosstalk -95.2dB
Battery life
Endurance rating 83h