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#1
Hi everyone, I'm new here and I want to ask you a few questions:
1) Do you know xlm faucets that are reliable?
2) Is better an "app faucet" than a "website faucet"? Why?
3) What are your predictions about XLM value and why?
Any help on this topic will be very appreciated!!!
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#2
I know about Freebitcoin faucet. Earning free bitcoin can be fun while you are still making money. You can play the HI-LO game on the website, which is meant to be provably fair for all players trying to earn free bitcoin on Freebitcoin faucet website. It is very possible to earn a lot of free bitcoin playing the HI-LO game.
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#3
Such a nice forum!!! Thanks for provides useful and wonderful information.
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#4
This interesting faucet has XLM, apart from many others. Also CPU mining for selected assets. Used to mine Eth with it. Now XLM. Worth trying/checking out. 

https://goo.gl/U7Bt76

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Hi Jonas,

to answer your questions, (*in my opinion) , any faucets in any platform is good. Things to look out for is their payout and no malware/adware/bug associated with it. 
As for your third question, XLM has a good future as it has and will continue to partake in various reputable projects and establishments. Also being traded in many reputable exchanges. It has also become the next platform on which tokens will be introduced (already are). The fast and almost zero fee transaction is a plus. Exact predictions; I am unable to give; but this is my view of Stellar in a long run. Hope this helps. For more info, you can always browse/read-up stellar.org and @stellarorg on twitter.
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#5
If you wanna try a bitcoin faucet, you can read this thread https://www.mystellar.org/thread-22533.html.
They give 0,00000220 - 0,22 BTC every 15 minutes. To withdraw, you just need 0,001 BTC.
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(26-05-2018, 05:29 AM)yohanezruddy Wrote: If you wanna try a bitcoin faucet, you can read this thread https://www.mystellar.org/thread-22533.html.
They give 0,00000220 - 0,22 BTC every 15 minutes. To withdraw, you just need 0,001 BTC.

I would be very careful with this "faucet" . It has been deemed as scam. Faucets don't require you to deposit anything prior to withdrawing. APPROACH WITH CAUTION.
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(29-05-2018, 01:50 AM)CryptoRookie Wrote:
(26-05-2018, 05:29 AM)yohanezruddy Wrote: If you wanna try a bitcoin faucet, you can read this thread https://www.mystellar.org/thread-22533.html.
They give 0,00000220 - 0,22 BTC every 15 minutes. To withdraw, you just need 0,001 BTC.

I would be very careful with this "faucet" . It has been deemed as scam. Faucets don't require you to deposit anything prior to withdrawing. APPROACH WITH CAUTION.

Yikes!
Those scammers will never let us rest easily, won't they?
I personally think, faucets are not worth it anymore. I mean, there's lot more ways to earns coins aside from faucets.
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#8
There is one named stellarfaucet.info
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#9
Quase todas as torneiras são golpes....
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