I finally got my developing machine to work again and here is a new release of jsiBitBot.
You can download the new release and subscribe to the newsletter here.
The changes in this release are:
Fixed a bug when using CaptchaSniper.
Added: fr33bitcoins.com, freebitcoins4u.com, bitcoins4free.me, bitcoinspain.net, btcmine.net, greencoins.org, nioctib.net, thebitcoin.me, virtualfaucet.com, freebtc4all.com, elbitcoingratis.es, canhasbitcoin.com, bitcoinfaucet.tk, faucetbtc.com
CoinAd: Fixed a timing error and the wait indicator
I’ve improved the error handling a bit, but there are still some exceptions popping up. When you see an exception dialog just click continue. Nothing catastrophic will happen.
Not visible to most users, but I’ve cleaned up the registry keys used by the application.
You can now enter a bitcoin address per bot by right clicking the title of each bot. As you will see you can also restart a bot from there.
Oh, how I totally screwed up the experience for new users.
When doing a reorganization of the source code I forgot to hook a lot of the user actions when setting up jsiBitBot for the first time to the appropriate code blocks. This resulted in a nasty error dialog when testing the captcha settings and the bots didn’t work at all.
Thanks a lot to user Lauri for having the patience to report the error and retest my poor attempts at fixing it.
Today I made a new release of jsiBitBot and you can download it here. .
**Please subscribe to the newsletter** Release notes for 13.33 Started implementing a forced restart of a bot by double clicking it’s name. Small fixes to accomodate site changes on CoinAd and DailyBitcoins Handle an error when solving captcha in the latest bots.
I published a new release of jsiBitBot today and you can download it here.
Changes in this release are:
A bot will be stopped if it didn’t complete in 10 minutes.
I got the new CoinAd.com to work quite well.
I remade the user interface.
I remade the internal scheduling of bots.
The check for a new version was totally wrong.
Added reporting of some failed captchas.
Bitcoin is a digital currency. You can get a good introduction to it on Wikipedia
I made a tool that can generate you some basically free bitcoins without having an expensive mining rig.
You can download it here.
It is a Windows application that automatically browses sites that give you bitcoin to watch adverts and/or videos. It uses De-capthcer to solve those images with distorted text that are there to keep web robots like mine away.