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Anonymous Ads is an advertising network that doesn’t collect personal data. The network payment system is based on bitcoins. A-ads is running since 2011 and is used on many bitcoin related websites. 

  • Easy to setup
  • Selection of traffic sources
  • Diverse inventory
  • Affordable traffic

Create your ad- unit or advertising campaign in 30 seconds, no registration needed!

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FaucetHub is the new micropayment platform for faucet owners and users.

It is a similar service to microwallet (already closed) and faucetbox (closing 19.december 2016).

This service provides the api for faucet owners, so they can payout the users. Users are able to collect micro-payments on different faucets, all coins go to faucethub wallet and once reaching the minimal payout threshold you will get sent those coins directly into your wallet. You can use Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin.

Please note that this service is in beta and not open yet, i will write more, when the service is open.

Users can now cash-out with wallet. Make sure, that you have your wallet registered at faucethub. Minimum to withdraw is 1500 satoshi.

Faucetbox is closing

Faucetbox is closing

Faucetbox announced officially that they will close the Faucetbox API service on the 19 december 2016.

What does it mean for faucet users and owners? Well they all need to change to an alternate service like xapo, epay or a new service, which they also talk about on bitcointalk forum, called faucethub. more

I personally have always used faucetbox and liked it a lot, it was also very trusted! So we will see what service will come next.

Here the announcement from Faucetbox:

7th November 2016

We have a sad news to announce: is closing. We disabled creating new accounts today. On 19 December 2016 we will disable our API, which means that faucets using will stop working. We will continue to handle withdrawals for owners and users until 16 January 2017. You have 6 weeks to update your faucets and migrate to other micropayments services. Remember that you have to reach the payout threshold to receive a withdrawal. Faucet owners will have to manually withdraw their coins in Dashboard before 16 January 2017. never operated with a fractional reserve. We have enough funds to withdraw coins to all users and owners with balance above the payout threshold.

To ease the transition and give alternative to faucet owners, we released Faucet in a BOX update which adds and support. We will continue releasing updates of our faucet script in the future.

Despite many efforts and great growth didn’t turn into a profitable business and we’re not able to sustain it anymore.

We would like to thank all of our users, faucet owners and our whole community. You were great and supportive. We are very glad we could deliver you fast, easy to use and secure service. For many faucets are the first contact with cryptocurrencies and we believe that left a positive mark on this industry.

If you’re a faucet user, make sure you’ve reached the payout threshold before 16 January 2017.
If you’re a faucet owner, make sure you’ve migrated your faucet before 19 December 2016 and withdrawn all your coins before 16 January 2017.

All the best, team




CoinAdNet– The Bitcoin Advertising Network

is an brand new ad-network services, which is using bitcoins.

Advertisers can buy eCPM (impressions/views) or PPC (pay per click) with bitcoins.

Publishers can earn bitcoins for eCPM (impressions) or CPC (cost per click).

  • Advanced Targeting – Reach users around the world, and get bitcoin niche targeted traffic.
  • Detailed Statistics – advanced statistic and detailed traffic reports.
  • Fair Value – Both advertisers and publishers receive the best value. It’s easy & simple bitcoin advertising!
  • Bitcoin Friendly – Pay advertising with bitcoins, or monetize your website or blog.
  • Ad Types – Different Ads and Styles are choosable. Banners, TextAds, Full Page Ads, Bitcoin Keywords Ads and more…

The first look is very good. Hopefully this site will get many advertisers and publisher, so it becomes an other source for bitcoin targeted traffic, or for publishers an other bitcoin income stream.

You can also invite others and get affiliate commissions, just simply post your referral code or link.

For publishers or advertisers sign upclick here


The Stolen DAO Funds Are On the Move

The Stolen DAO Funds Are On the Move

More than $5m worth of digital currency associated with the attack on The DAO is on the move.

Identified via an analysis of the ethereum classic blockchain, the finding comes courtesy of data analyst Bok Khoo. Founder of New Zealand-based Bok Consulting, Khoo’s work shows that 3.6m classic ethers were likely moved to a new account earlier this week.

While a seemingly small development, the fund transfer is likely to have a deep relevance for those who have been following the debates in ethereum stemming from The DAO’s failure.

After an attack on The DAO successfully moved $60m to an account controlled by an unknown individual or group, an eventual hard fork of the ethereum blockchain returned the hacked funds to the original owners. But, not everyone agreed with the plan.

The decision led to a split of the ethereum community along ideological lines, with ethereum classic continuing to use the network’s original record of transactions and balances. In revitalizing the blockchain, the attacker also gained the potential to claim the funds, and they now appear to be seizing the opportunity.

So far, 1,000 classic ethers (worth about $1,500) have been transferred from the new account identified by Khoo to an account associated with the developers of ethereum classic.

Since the funds are now in an account that does not appear to be restricted by The DAO’swithdrawal policies, the ether should now be able to be withdrawn.

This means that hacker could ultimately convert his stolen value – assuming someone will make the trade.

Getting out

The development follows Khoo’s identification of the new address and his ability to show how those funds originated from another account earlier associated with The DAO.

What happens next is still up in the air.

For instance, there doesn’t appear to be any online marketplaces currently accepting ethereum classic in exchange for goods.

One digital currency exchange currently trading classic ethers has already indicated it worked with “law enforcement” before releasing additional funds associated with the attack.

For now, however, it is unclear whether it or another exchange would exchange the funds or whether their current owners may seek to conduct a harder-to-trace in-person trade.

Source: CoinDesk

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