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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 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 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, 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 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. 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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