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Topic: Has anyone tried coincollector?  (Read 300 times)


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Has anyone tried coincollector?
« on: January 24, 2017, 11:48:58 AM »
I see it claims that it can claim bitcoins, litecoins, dogecoins and dashcoins from faucets. Also can scrape them.

The price is $3. it isn't much but is it worth it to run it 24/7 on a computer or maybe a VPS?

Any ideas?



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Re: Has anyone tried coincollector?
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2017, 12:07:58 PM »
The thing is actually free on site. And i think it is not even worth the free download. it is so buggy(the dev even claims it), poorly built, resource hungry, that you'll beat your head on the wall to make it get a itty bitty BTC you'll barely make.

I tried to make it run a few days. It would take up more than 60% of the CPU, fail to claim. There are no features to filter sites. A simple import takes ages, the download file is over 100 Mb. it will get stuck so barely automates if you use it on VPS.

Take it for a spin if you're brave enough.