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Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby cmoneyspinner » 14 Jun 2018, 17:29

Hi! I have clicked on the ad several times for Freebtcn.win and each time I get to the site I don't sign up. It's because they ask for a Bitcoin address and I don't really have one. So I have a question. I am at the site Allcoins.pw and if I want to deposit cryptocurrency that site will generate an address. So I was wondering if I could use that address for the freebtcn site. Any clues?
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby steve99 » 14 Jun 2018, 17:45

In any bitcoin site they provide you with the option to use many bitcoin addresses. Hence the site generates a new bitcoin address only when you specify.

You can take the bitcoin address generated, it is always a long number, and write it down then make sure you save it their in the site that has generated it. You can log out, wait for a while then log back in to confirm if the address is listed there as it is in your wallet before you can use it in the bitcoin paying site.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby dominique » 14 Jun 2018, 22:57

I don't know freebtcn or Allcoins.pw, however, what I know is getting a bitcoin address is not very difficult. You can sign up with coinbase, which is often considered paypal of bitcoin. Coinbase is just one example.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby riddy09 » 14 Jun 2018, 23:56

Like in FaucetHub altcoin generator or Coinpot their bitcoin addresses only works on the site. So, I don't think it will work on other sites unless those sites are related or connected like in FH where you can use those addresses temporarily.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby Amans1234 » 15 Jun 2018, 02:31

If they are only asking for normal bitcoin address, then, you can create one account at block chain or coinbase.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby anorona » 15 Jun 2018, 05:27

IMostmof the site will require a btc wallet address because that is where they will send you your payment. Although there are some sites that can generate crypto coins addresses, you
still need to link a crypto wallet there to get your earnings.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby ahmedo24 » 15 Jun 2018, 06:35

Freebitco.win is a site that accept all bitcoin address and I advise you to create one from either coinomi, coinbase or blockchain so as to be safe
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby nela13 » 15 Jun 2018, 09:31

I created my bitcoin address in Coinbase, it is simple and very easy. Freebitco.in is one of the sites that I am using, besides slow it doesn't have pop up ads and all you have to do is claim your satoshis every hour.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby augusta » 15 Jun 2018, 10:09

I think some sites specify the kind bitcoin wallet they need so the best bet is finding out and using the exact wallet address needed
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby Happyland » 04 Jul 2018, 17:33

In general, generating an address on a specific site will allow you to deposit into that address. The funds will flow into that address on that specific site.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby dominique » 04 Jul 2018, 22:31

If you are worried about the security of online wallets, you can use software wallets. Download free wallet installer and install in your computer and use your computer to store your bitcoins.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby riddy09 » 12 Jul 2018, 09:07

dominique wrote:If you are worried about the security of online wallets, you can use software wallets. Download free wallet installer and install in your computer and use your computer to store your bitcoins.


The wallet address on software is secured but you need to backup your address or the key so you can import it in another computer. To not have the hassle then go for online wallet.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby talkerbee » 12 Jul 2018, 11:54

cmoneyspinner wrote:Freebtcn.win
cmoneyspinner wrote:Allcoins.pw
These are faucet sites other than freebitco.in. In oder to withdraw your earnings you must have faucethub account.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby augusta » 12 Jul 2018, 12:10

yes I have been using freebtcn to get free coins but I'm also looking for a way to double it through games on the site.
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Re: Does You Use Freebtcn?

Postby grecy0905 » 12 Jul 2018, 12:41

You need a wallet so that they will transfer your earnings to it. Just like us, we have Paypal. If there are ways to transmit our money, except using Paypal, that is good, but crypto sites requires a wallet like coinbase for your balance to be put in.
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