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My tasty faucets
Created : Tuesday 19 September 2017 || By : Correos14
Here are my list of faucets
http://ioanbtc.com/?r=1GHyAFn4e5SjZXzyYefnddnFJyBaPqz97w
http://styristranysveta.eu/faucet_cry/?r=1GHyAFn4e5SjZXzyYefnddnFJyBaPqz97w
http://luckybits.io/ref/1093
http://rainpool.io/r/1935
http://btcbygdz.cf/bitcoin-faucet-by-gdz/?r=1GHyAFn4e5SjZXzyYefnddnFJyBaPqz97w
http://onewayfaucet.us/?r=1GHyAFn4e5SjZXzyYefnddnFJyBaPqz97w
http://www.bitdesire.it/?id=32971
HTTP://WHATEVENISTHISFAUCET.WEBSITE/?ref=1GHyAFn4e5SjZXzyYefnddnFJyBaPqz97w
http://www.kav8.com/blackcoin/free-blackcoin/?r=BKwVkhSKZUMARVYcLg6sQ7P84HhPxRpe2S
http://jacobsfaucet.com/?r=1GHyAFn4e5SjZXzyYefnddnFJyBaPqz97w
http://coinpole.com/?i=118594
http://xbtc.eu/?ref=919913
https://ltcminer.io/home?activated
https://1stghs.com/register?ref=correosdelbosque
http://www.satoshigalaxy.com/?r=correosdelbosque
https://minergate.com/a/e2716a28211ec53f
https://www.eobot.com/new.aspx?referid=26057
http://faucethub.io/r/37
https://www.mybithouse.com/index.php?ref=waqarbtc
http://bitrad.io/?ref=56237
https://robot-co.in/?referid=17389
http://freedoge.co.in/?r=48400
About Bitcoin Faucets
Created : Wednesday 8 March 2017 || By : Correos14
Bitcoin faucets are a reward system, in the form of a website or app, that dispenses rewards in the form of a satoshi, which is a hundredth of a millionth BTC, for visitors to claim in exchange for completing a captcha or task as described by the website. There are also faucets that dispense alternative cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin faucets were developed by Gavin Andresen in 2010.[1]

Gavin Andresen (born Gavin Bell[1]) is based in Amherst, Massachusetts. He graduated from Princeton University in 1988.[1] Gavin is known for being the lead maintainer for the original bitcoin client.

Andresen began his career working on 3D graphics software at Silicon Graphics Computer Systems.[2] In 1996, he co-authored the VRML 2.0 specification,[3] and later published a reference manual for VRML 2.0.[4]

Since leaving Silicon Valley in 1996, Andresen has tackled a wide variety of software-related ventures, including CTO of an early voice-over-the-Internet startup and co-founder of a company that made multiplayer online games for blind people and their sighted friends.[2]

Bitcoin[edit]
Prior to 2014 Andresen was the lead developer for a part of the bitcoin digital currency project, working to create a secure, stable "cash for the Internet." Andresen discovered bitcoin in 2010, quickly recognising the brilliance of its design. Soon after he created a website called the Bitcoin Faucet which gave away bitcoin.