So, I launched my Dogecoin faucet several months ago and so far, it has been a pretty popular thing, well for one day. I just could not keep up with the demand for Dogecoins and eventually ran out (which is kind of hilarious if you think about it). I cannot tell how but somehow, 000webhost can no longer host my faucet due to some PHP errors which are so annoying! I tried out this webhost called “Byet Host” and it also mysteriously DELETED my entire faucet so, right now I have no faucet and I might spend all night at least putting up a make-shift faucet for all of you to enjoy.

I might try adding the faucet directly to Adventure Bitcoin but I want to keep the Potato-Bank domain. So if you are on my website and wondering why on earth does my faucet not display, it might mean that it probably got mysteriously taken down.

So, with all my frustration and a science project about to be due, I just decided to use Faucetfly which hosts faucets. I have never used it but I am willing to test it out and do a review on the security and faucet hosting.

I honestly gave up on so many different ways to monetize and reinvest the earnings into the faucet that I just decided to stick with my original plan, A-ads which offers a decent pay per click rate but not a good pay per impression rate. Oh well, as long as I can drive traffic to Adventure Bitcoin I am happy.

I honestly need help in this situation. I’m thinking whether or not to just go run off with some other cool crypto sites such as Zapchain but at the same time, I really want to create this idea I had in mind. I just need to ask A-ads to help me on that one though.



Angus is the Editor-In-Chief and creator of Technology Is Key. He enjoys tech and business and also runs Adventure Bitcoin.

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