List of Free Bitcoin faucet & Bitcoin exchanges
I’m relatively new to the Bitcoin and wanted to share a list of sites to get free Bitcoins, or what they call a Bitcoin faucet which “drips” out Bitcoins is what the analogy is supposed to mean I guess. Either way here is a list of free Bitcoin sites that you receive free Bitcoins right after reading this awesome article!
I’ve also been playing around with Litecoin’s with the price of Bitcoins going over $100 USD, oh and if you have no idea what I’m even talking about, here is the wiki link explaining Bitcoins.
On to the list of free Bitcoin faucet and exchange sites!
- BitVistor – Pays for visiting sites – This is one of the easiest Bitcoin sites
- CoinTube – Similar to above but you get paid to watch a video!
- Daily Bitcoins – This is very easy, enter your Bitcoin address & enter a captcha
- Free Digital Money – Quick and easy way to earn free Bitcoins
- BitVegas – This is pretty cool, you play vegas games on a Minecraft server
- CoinURL – This is a great site, it’s probably the one I’ve made the most off of
- CoinAd – Another quick Bitcoin site, enter the captcha & your address
- CoinVisitor – View websites, earn Bitcoins
- Earn Free Bitcoins – View websites, earn Bitcoins
- I Want Free Bitcoins – Enter your address and start earning
- BitcoinGet – Watch videos or complete a task for Bitcoins
- Bitcoiner – Enter captcha and address and get free Bitcoins
- Coin Reaper – Has a captcha that you have to figure out
- BitHits – Enter address and get Bitcoins
- NetLookup – Enter address, get Bitcoins
- Bitcoin Addict – Enter address, answer captch and get Bitcoins
- Bitcoins4.me – Enter address, get Bitcoins
- Bitcoin Street Faucet – This was the first site I got my free Bitcoins from
- Earn The Bitcoin – Complete a task or survey, get Bitcoins
- CoinWorker – Complete a short analytical task, receive Bitcoins
- BitBin – PasteBin type website that pays you to use it
- BitCoinPlus – make money from your sites mining
- BunnyRun – Enter address, captcha and receive Bitcoins
- Jobs4Bitcoins – Reddit section where you can earn Bitcoins
- BitPast – Get paid for pasting content and sharing!
Characters to Use on Your Domain
If you are new to choosing a domain name you will want to know more about the characters that can be used within this name. Throughout this article we will describe some of the features related to these characters to know more about registering for the first time with a name. When it comes to second level domain names, then the length can be up to 63 characters.
These are names with a label that precedes the registry extension (the Top Level Domain – TLD) directly. Following is a guide for those characters that are considered valid within the use of domain names, even if here and there you can meet some exceptions to the rules. They will be as well displayed for your knowledge down below.
- Alphabet’s letters are allowed.
- Any of the numbers from 0 to 9.
- Hyphen can be used as long as domain name doesn’t start and/or en with it.
- Combinations of letters, numbers and hyphens are also allowed.
- You can use numbers to begin and/or end a domain name.
- It is possible to use multiple instances of hyphens, but there are cases where you can not use double hyphen.
- You can not use forms of punctuation, accent characters or symbols.
- As to the length of the domain name, this one can range between 3 and 63 characters.
- All of the above can be resumed in the ‘LDH’ rule meaning ‘Letter, Digits, Hyphens’.
- When it comes to double hyphens, they can be used for generic extensions such as .net, .com, and .org. However, with some country code TLD operators, they are not allowed, for instance as it is the case with extensions of Australian origin. More than this, you should know that many people see the use of double hyphens as an indication of ‘spammy domains’. Continue reading
As I’ve been building my network of sites over the years I’ve noticed something strange about blog comments. I tend to spend way more time trying to fight off spam comments then I do approving real humans that are commenting on my site. I’m saying “No More Comments” on this wordpress blog for now, I may enable them later but right now I’m just going to disable it. I’ve been running this blog since 2006, so there is quite a bit of content that has been posted over the years. Apparently that makes some of the backend stuff a little slower doing some task. (like deleting spammy comments) I’ll search around when I have time to see if there is a plugin or log I can clear to make the backend smoother, but for now we’ll just go without the option of commenting and direct those to my other sites which are built for discussion. Eg.. Admin Talk, this forum would cover any questions or comments that would be posted on this blog.
I also have a few projects that I’m working on, one is vBulletin Connect, this was started on another domain but had copyright issues so I went with this smaller option. It was getting great traffic when the news of vBulletin 5 Connect first came out, now that I had to change the URL I’ll have to fight to pull those number one spots back.
The other project that I’m really excited about is How to Install a Forum, It’s going to be a blog on forum software installation and optimizing those installs. I found a good domain name that had very low competition and about 30,000 global searches a month. It’s not the best ratio but it’s a topic I know I can write about and find great content with. I’ll also be able to link back to my Admin Forum, which is always a good thing. Continue reading