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Various iMacros Questions?
#1
Hi,

I am fairly good at coding but totally new to iMacros though i have seen it before but i now plan on using it.

1) The first question would be should i get it for chrome or firefox?

I currently have firefox-8.9.7 as i read in one of the bots threads that it allows upload where as the new ones don't.

2) How do i run multiple scripts at the same time? So say if i had 5 bot scripts each for different faucets, i assume this is possible? Is there any simple video tutorials or steps to do this?

3) How profitable are bots which require you to buy credits to solve captchas? Also is there faucets i should avoid using solvers on, say if the satoshi rewards were sometimes too low?

4) What sort of Bitcoin/Satoshi earnings are you making each day? How many bots do you guys usually run each day? how long do you run the bots for?

I am hoping to start making iMacros bots also so if people could answer these questions that would be great, many thanks
davidxy, Member of Bitcoin Black Hat since Sep 2016.
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#2
i am also very interesed in knowing these questions too because i am new to faucet and imacros too. ??
temos321, Member of Bitcoin Black Hat since Sep 2016.
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#3
1)Firefox definitely
2)Just open new window in Firefox(not tab)
3)9kw and 2captcha give you credit for solving captcha,so using them to solve captcha is profitable and yes you should avoid low paying faucet
4)Earnings from games,faucet,PTC. 2-3 bots at night. It depends on PC usage
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#4
Thanks for the info Big Grin

5) Do you guys use any other addons than iMacros like Greasemonkey? or do you just run firefox with only iMacros?

There are some that could be useful like RefControl, User Agent Switcher etc that could be useful if they don't conflict, any others if they are ok?

6) Do you always update Firefox to the latest version?

7) Is there any generic script for Faucetbox faucets with manual captcha enter and also one with auto captcha?
davidxy, Member of Bitcoin Black Hat since Sep 2016.
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#5
(Sep 26 2016, 08:56 AM)davidxy Wrote: Hi,

I am fairly good at coding but totally new to iMacros though i have seen it before but i now plan on using it.

1) The first question would be should i get it for chrome or firefox?

I currently have firefox-8.9.7 as i read in one of the bots threads that it allows upload where as the new ones don't.

2) How do i run multiple scripts at the same time? So say if i had 5 bot scripts each for different faucets, i assume this is possible? Is there any simple video tutorials or steps to do this?

3) How profitable are bots which require you to buy credits to solve captchas? Also is there faucets i should avoid using solvers on, say if the satoshi rewards were sometimes too low?

4) What sort of Bitcoin/Satoshi earnings are you making each day? How many bots do you guys usually run each day? how long do you run the bots for?

I am hoping to start making iMacros bots also so if people could answer these questions that would be great, many thanks

3) You need to carefully select faucets on a return per captcha solved basis

4) I am still on development phase, also planning a built in captcha solver to make it more profitable
bar4ka, Member of Bitcoin Black Hat since Sep 2016.
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#6
Thanks, i have just done some quick calculations:

The following is the costs of 9KW captcha solving:

$5.61130 (0.009270 BTC) = 4000 Captchas = $0.001402825 Per Captcha

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The following is calculations on how to profit:

0.00000100 * 4000 = 0.00400000 (Would give a loss of 0.00527000 BTC)

0.00000300 * 4000 = 0.01200000 (Would give a profit of 0.00273000 BTC)

0.00001000 * 4000 = 0.04000000 (Would give a profit of 0.03073000 BTC)

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So it seems you need to earn at least 0.00000300 per faucet for it to be ok. The problem is many standard faucets will only give something low like 80 satoshi so you need special ones like moon which build up for it to make buying credits worth it.

Note that i didn't factor in a possible paypal or btc transaction fee so it might be even less profits than above (Used XE for convert).
davidxy, Member of Bitcoin Black Hat since Sep 2016.
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(Sep 27 2016, 07:16 PM)davidxy Wrote: Thanks, i have just done some quick calculations:

The following is the costs of 9KW captcha solving:

$5.61130 (0.009270 BTC) = 4000 Captchas = $0.001402825 Per Captcha

------------------

The following is calculations on how to profit:

0.00000100 * 4000 = 0.00400000 (Would give a loss of 0.00527000 BTC)

0.00000300 * 4000 = 0.01200000 (Would give a profit of 0.00273000 BTC)

0.00001000 * 4000 = 0.04000000 (Would give a profit of 0.03073000 BTC)

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So it seems you need to earn at least 0.00000300 per faucet for it to be ok. The problem is many standard faucets will only give something low like 80 satoshi so you need special ones like moon which build up for it to make buying credits worth it.

Note that i didn't factor in a possible paypal or btc transaction fee so it might be even less profits than above (Used XE for convert).

You can check my site for Top verified faucet payment, it is manually verified by me.
bar4ka, Member of Bitcoin Black Hat since Sep 2016.
3Gmrj3fdP6uQD7CzzWWDSwgEzrG59bUM2h
DECAPTCHA PROJECT:
http://sh.st/Mzlxi
BITCOIN SITE:
http://www.faucethub.ga
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#8
When i make a bot for more than one faucet, i usually use java to run my macro. example: http://www.bitcoinblackhat.com/showthread.php?tid=106
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#9
(Sep 29 2016, 07:07 PM)zennon Wrote: When i make a bot for more than one faucet, i usually use java to run my macro. example: http://www.bitcoinblackhat.com/showthread.php?tid=106

Actually using imacros' javascript scripting interface gives you much more things to play with. Google recaptcha v2 can be solved with a bot made with that and cannot be solved with a bot made with just imacros.

So I strongly encourage you all to use that Smile
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