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Earn bitcoins for visiting sites for 5 minutes. Pay out every hour and I have been paid.

My other thread with more sites to earn and where you can get a wallet. If you are looking for sites to start out earning free bitcoins this is a good start.
I can confirm that they pay and it only took me about a hour to reach that point high enough for payment. While it isn't much it doesn't take any effort.
I noticed many people are using the free bitcoins every hour link I shared in my other post so this would be something that could be added to the routine.
While browsing Reddit every five minute just hit next and put in the catpcha.
BitVisitor Referral Link
It is just nice to actually see a deposit for your work even if it isn't much.
If you get bored online try Gambit which allows you to play free games and earn bitcoins. I highly suggest the monopoly like game since it is a good amount of points and is fun. Ff Reddit users were to play it with fast turns the earnings would be even better.
Gambit Referral Link
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Making Bitcoins for beer money

Note: This is about getting bitcoins without mining them, which is impractical for most people!! There are sites which will pay you in bitcoins for clicks and that is the focus of this submission.
News about bitcoin mania and related crazy shit have been cropping up on reddit, especially as the banking crisis in Cyprus has led to a surge in the value of bitcoins.
It was basically designed to be a digital online currency. A bit like reddit karma, except it's useful and can be spent on goods and services. The reason so many Cypriot bank customers seem to be moving to bitcoins is that they fear their government will grab a large slice of their bank deposits, in order to pay off their debts, probably. Bitcoins are untouchable (so far), but are volatile and so their value can fluctuate heavily, but no one can help themselves to your bitcoins (unless you get hacked). Make sure to keep your bitcoin wallet safe if you somehow do manage to make non-trivial amounts of the stuff.
They are very convenient and kind of fun though. For example, some redditors are working on a reddit based bitcoin feature whereby you can reward a comment using bitcoins. There's also a reddit bitcoin market where you can buy and sell random stuff. So, they definitely are of some actual use.
One thing about most bitcoin beer money sites is that, given the nature of bitcoins, payouts can be made to anyone, in any country.
First step: Get yourself a bitcoin client, which will act as a bitcoin wallet and generate bitcoin addresses. Bitcoin-qt is a simple one, which can be used on Windows, Macs and Linux computers. You can also get an online client called My Wallet, which is compatible with iphones, Android phones, Windows, Macs and Linux.
People used to mine bitcoins using their computers, but that got progressively more difficult as time went by. All the easy bitcoins get mined by expensive, purpose built, bitcoin mining rigs.
Free Bitcoin Sites:
Earn Bitcoins - these are sites where you can earn bitcoins by doing some online work like visiting websites, watching videos/ads, completing surveys, etc. You can obviously make more money from these sites than the more simple free ones:
Gaming Sites:
Didn't want to post any links to gambling or gaming sites, but this one seems like a bit of fun:
And remember, don't get too carried away. Do not spend ridiculous amounts of time and money investing in bitcoins!!
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For those interested in trying bitcoin poker...

One of the many obstacles that keep people from trying bitcoin is simply getting some bitcoins to play around with.. This post is simply for giving people some ideas for getting some free bitcoins to give bitcoin poker a try if you so desire. I believe you need a minimum of .01 bitcoins to deposit bitcoins into I haven't really looked in details at their stakes yet, so I'm not sure what actually be a reasonable minimum deposit to play at their mininum level tables. Maybe someone with more knowledge could answer that. I've only tried the hourly freeroll there a couple times so far.
So like I've said, I've been looking around for ways to get free bitcoins without having to buy some myself the past couple of days and wanted to share my findings.. Keep in mind these are small portions of bitcoins.. This is just for getting your feet wet and maybe to make enough for an initial deposit if you want to spend the time required to do so.
The three best things I've found so far for me are Number 1 by far for me - - A trivia site that asks whoever is logged in a trivia question.. whoever answers fastest wins .0005 bitcoins. They give you a number of free chances each day.. probably like 20 or so freebies. Then if you want, you can make a wager on the trivia question with the free bitcoins you earned. If no one else is playing, you can make a minimum wager and keep winning .0005 each time. If others are there betting, and you are fast at using google to look up answers and can type pretty quick, you can actually make a decent amount there for being a freebie site. I've made .0559 BTC there today in an hour or so...
The other one easy one that requires little effort that gives away free btc's I found is Basically you just load a webpage and let it sit there for 5 minutes, then click next and they give you a small amount of bitcoins for it. Anywhere from .00008-.00024(*edit, left off a zero sorry) are what I usually get. This is one that doesn't require any attention, just have it in one of your browser tabs when you are doing other stuff and when you think about it come back and hit the next button.
There's actually a MMO called "Dragon's Tale" (horrible graphics and interface), but you can run around and search the soldiers standing in random places for a free .001 BTC, of course there's all kinds of different ways to wager and lose those free BTC's you find. I got lucky and got about .007 btc from soldiers and wagered it up to .01 over about an hour on this way before I cashed it out to my bitcoin wallet.
I know many here aren't interested in this, but just trying to spread some info if anyone might want to try this out. If you know of or find any other good methods, let me know. Thanks!
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Bitvisitor - Make bitcoins for looking at websites!

On bitvisitor you just enter your bitcoin wallet address and it will take you to a website where you stay on it for 5 minutes, and head over to the next one. You can just keep the browser minimized and go to the new website every 5 minutes! It pays out every time you bank 0.0001 Bitcoins and it can take anywhere from 2 to 8 websites to get there. Good to run throughout the day and make some good BTC.
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Question about transaction times.

Hey guys! I am relatively new to Bitcoin, (haven't had a single transaction thus far), and I am currently using BitVisitor until I can afford to buy some Bitcoins to get started. I have been using it for a while now and have not received any transaction, (have a block chain wallet: 1LqmnBD1NPn6J1ekeZVUYUKxq2S9DHeH1w), is anything wrong with my wallet, or is it that it just takes a while (over a day), to receive payment. Any help is appreciated, thanks!
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Error: Transaction creation failed! help please.

I'm severely pissed right now. I can't send my bitcoins anywhere because any time that I do I get "Error: Transaction creation failed!" I'm using bitcoin-qt 0.8.1
Where do I begin? I know it has to do with the thousands of bitvisitor deposits that I've had....but googles have been unhelpful as the answers seem to be very technical.
My blood pressure must be through the roof....I never would have thought that transactions would freeze my bitcoin wallet. I have alot of bitcoins in this wallet....
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"Floating" bitcoins in my "Unverified" part of the Windows client?

I've noticed that I still have a transaction (a piddly one, .004 BTC) that has been sitting in "unverified" for well over a month now. It came from another address I had that I used to use to go to the free bitcoin sites like BitVisitor on occasion.
I figured after a month or so it would just reverse back to the old address but its still there.
Has anyone else experienced this? Will it eventually revert back? Checking the address it came from (its an online wallet) it departed it on the date specified and hasn't returned, and I haven't used that address since (which was the reason why I moved the piddly amount to my main wallet on my main computer). Will it eventually reverse or is it stuck in "limbo" forever so to speak? Anyone else experience this? I don't really care about fixing it since the amount is insignificant, but its interesting to see it still sitting there in Unverified.
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did someone say free bitcoins??

free bitcoins!!!
the wallet that gives you 6% back!
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