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Cryptocurrency Wallet and Faucet Websites Down.

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 The large cryptocurrency wallet known as Coinpot is down alongside the Moon faucets. This is said to be just for maintenance on the websites.

First thing is first, what are the websites and what do they even provide. The answer to that is quite simple.

Coinpot is a basically like a wallet for several different types of cryptocurrencies. The currencies supported are Litecoin, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dogecoin, and Dash.

The coinpot website currently has a message stating that the website is down for maintenance and will be back ASAP (as soon as possible)

The same info is shown on all the Moon faucet websites. The Moon faucet websites refer to Moon Bitcoin, Moon Dogecoin, Moon Litecoin, and Moon Dash.  The websites are all down for maintenance. This is something that I have never personally seen all at once.

As for the reason behind this sudden maintenance, no one really knows. However, last time Coinpot was down was because they were updating their services so that they can offer support for the Dash cryptocurrency.

In this case, it's possible that these services are down to make them more efficient against Adblocker and other services that do the same job. Adblocking can surely be a huge issue for faucet website or even a wallet. The reason it's so bad is that the faucets rely on showing the users ads in return for some cryptocurrency. A faucet can't operate if some people are taking the coins and not seeing the ads. This causes the faucets to be nonprofitable.

The issue with Coinpot could also be the ads situation. However, it's possible that they're updating adblocking and security on the wallet's website.

It must be noted that this article has been updated and the Moon faucet websites, as well as the Coinpot wallet, are now all back online.

By Michael Normandin

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