Bitcoin faucets are websites or applications that offer you a small amount of bitcoin as a reward for making easy tasks. Depending on the selected faucet, users can earn coins for completing various tasks, such as viewing certain websites, watching ads, entering a captcha, or playing a game. by StealthEX At the beginning of the cryptocurrency’s existence, when the stakes were not so high, the creators of faucets gave 5 bitcoins for each claim — back then it was their way to promote digital money among newcomers. Now faucets operate with much smaller amounts and give out some part of the Bitcoin, which is measured in Satoshi(named after the creator of Bitcoin). Satoshi is the smallest possible fractional number of Bitcoin — one BTC is equal to 100 million Satoshi. If you have ever left a water tap not completely closed, you probably noticed that water was dripping into it, and if you put a bowl under it, sooner or later it will be filled. Even though one-time payments on faucets are scanty, many advise not to neglect the opportunity to earn on them, because, with the right approach, faucets can bring a tangible profit with a minimum of effort. There are plenty of sites offering free bitcoins. Unfortunately, most of them are not trustworthy, do not live long, or are simply overflowed with annoying flashing ads. However, there are some that work for many years, used by thousands of users and considered reliable. Here is the list of them:
This faucet is probably the most well-known one. It was created in 2013 on the territory of the British Virgin Islands. Payouts are not fixed and vary for each claim. You can get cryptocurrency every hour, and for each claim you get from 0.00000030 to 0.03 BTC. In addition to the faucet, Freebitcoin allows you to earn in other ways — save interest on your deposit, play the lottery, invite new users via referral links. It supports several withdrawal methods: you can set up automatic withdrawal every Sunday, slow withdrawal every 6–24 hours, or use the fastest instant withdrawal that takes 15 minutes. The last one, of course, has the highest fee.
Founded in 2015, the Moon Bitcoin has a certain user base and is considered by many to be one of the best faucets in existence. There are many appealing bonus offers. For example, the site gives you a reward for consistency — if you enter a captcha at least once every day, you will accumulate a bonus +1% to earnings daily. Like most other faucets, Moon Bitcoin offers a bonus for bringing new users. Earned funds are instantly transferred to the linked Coinpot wallet. The minimum withdrawal amount is 10,000 Satoshi if you agree to pay the fee. Or wait until it’s going to be over 50,000 Satoshi on your account and withdrawal money for free. It is worth saying that Coinpot has its own bonus program. For example, for one captcha entry, you get 3 Coinpot tokens that can also be converted to cryptocurrency. There are also Moon faucets for Litecoin, Dash, Bitcoin Cash and DogeCoin. All payments are concentrated in one Coinpot account.
Bonus Bitcoin is one of the oldest services and is considered one of the best bitcoin faucets. You can request a new portion of free coins every 15 minutes, getting an average of 10 Satoshi per claim. You can also gain more coins completing tasks in the offers and surveys section. Users who regularly stay active for a number of days receive an additional 5% of their daily rewards. The site also gives 50% of all fees of users you invited using referral links. Bonus Bitcoin accounts are also connected to Coinpot, a micro-earnings wallet that accumulates your payouts. The site also provides the opportunity to earn Litecoin and Dogecoin.
This is one more faucet associated with Coinpot wallet. Bitfun started its work in January 2017. In addition to the faucet itself, which allows you to request free Satoshi every 3 minutes, the site has a large number of browser games of various genres. Progress in these games gives you additional earnings. You can also earn coins by completing offers. As with Bonus Bitcoin, the user receives 50% of the fees of their referrals.
The service was launched in 2018 and has become known as one of the best free bitcoin generators. There are several ways to claim Satoshi. In addition to the faucet, you can also earn bitcoins by watching videos, clicking on ads, and playing browser games. Here you can make claims once every 12 hours and get a certain number of Coins to your account. Coins are the inner currency of this service, 10000 Coins worth 1$. It converted to Satoshi at the time of withdrawal. Rewards can be collected at FaucetHub, another web wallet for micropayments, in this case, the withdrawal limit is 35,000 Coins. For amounts over 100,000 Coins, withdrawals can be made directly to your bitcoin wallet. Or you can keep Coins at the site and earn 5% interest. Users can earn a loyalty bonus, by claiming rewards every day. Bringing another user via referral link gives you 25% of their claims and 10% of their offer earnings.
PentaFaucet is one of the oldest and most stable bitcoin faucets today. The main difference from similar websites is that the site uses double protection: captcha and anti-bot. You can collect from 5 to 25 Satoshi every 5 minutes. A reasonable amount of advertising and a simple interface make working with the faucet comfortable. The faucet does not allow you to earn money from games, surveys, and other sponsorship services. In addition to the main method, it offers only a referral program, giving 10% from earnings of each new user. Earned Satoshi are instantly transferred to the FaucetHub wallet. You can withdraw your funds from FaucetHub to your bitcoin wallet once a week on Sundays.
FireFaucet is a multi-currency automatic faucet, perhaps the best of its kind. This resource allows you to earn 9 cryptocurrencies at the same time, as well as instantly withdraw the accumulated funds to the Faucet Hub. The Auto Claim function allows for collecting currency automatically. You can change the number of currencies to get and the time between collections. FireFaucet affords many different ways to earn money: in addition to the faucet itself, there are also offers, a referral system that gives 20% from newcomer’s income, and browser mining. FireFaucet also has its own unique level system: getting XP for various actions on the site and raising their level, users receive a reward in Satoshi. As a pleasant addition, FireFaucet has a nice-looking design and does not use pop-up ads.
This bitcoin faucet does not require registration. All you need is the public address of your BTC wallet. Users can claim Satoshi every hour, getting from 5 to 1200 each time. At the moment DailyFreeBits is using the FaucetHub wallet we are already familiar with. The resource offers a referral reward. By inviting new users to the website, you can regularly receive 10% of their earnings. These are probably the best bitcoin faucets at this point. Do not expect that you will earn loads of money just using faucets, but it is with no doubt an interesting and easy way to get a certain portion of free Satoshi and learn how the cryptocurrency and various wallets work. Always be careful and study every site that is claimed to be a Bitcoin faucet with some scepticism. Always be critical of your choice and read reviews. Original article was posted onhttps://stealthex.io/blog/2020/05/28/best-bitcoin-faucets/
Let me know if this breaks any rules. Here's a list of what I've done in February, as well as payouts. Amounts listed in USD, since that's what a lot of sites pay in, and it's easy for conversion. Most of these sites are global, some are Canada and/or Europe.
GPT I don't use these sites properly. If you're willing to sign up for offers, install addons, share shopping history, etc., they would be much more lucrative. Swagbucks (non-ref) - Pays in gift cards, $5 cash out - $5 cash out is good, but it can take up to 10 business days for your gift card to process. This is insane as it should be an instant transaction. I also had one inexplicably refunded. The $$/hr is so high here because there are a number of mobile video apps you can download and run while you're doing other things. InstaGC (non-ref) - Pays in gift cards, $2 cash out - SwagBucks, but less options. These two sites seem like they would be great for someone looking to download apps, sign up for trials, and shop through affiliate stores. I'm not that person. I just use them for surveys, and in the case of SwagBucks, videos (there's no InstaGC apps, and the videos pay WAY too little). Cash out at $2 is the best thing this site has going for it. Cointiply (non-ref) - Pays in BitCoin - A combo between GPT and crypto faucet. I only use it for the faucet, but a lot of the same offerwalls that show up in SwagBucks and InstaGC seem to be here too, though less options. Click Work Appen Global - Pays PayPal - I spent a little over an hour doing qualifiers. I've been assigned to 3 tasks so far. None of them in a language I speak. I emailed support and they basically just said hang in there, you'll get a project eventually! ClickWorker - Pays in PayPal, 21 day wait for payment - By far the best earner. The main problem is lack of work. In the entire month there was only 9hrs worth of worthwhile projects (I don't do anything $0.02 or lower per task). The better paying tasks seem to go quickly, so it might just be a matter of checking in more frequently. Neevo/DefinedCrows - Pays in PayPal - One of my favourites. They don't pay as well as ClickWorker, but the website is nicer and the tasks are easier. MTurk - Pays in Amazon gift cards - Just got accepted on the 28th, so haven't had much of a chance to look around the site. MicroWorkers - Pays in PayPal, $9 + 7.5% cash out - A poor man's MTurk. They charge an additional 7.5% PayPal to cash out. This means you need to earn at least $9 + 7.5%. Tasks seem a little less moderated, and pay a little worse than other clickwork. Surveys PaidViewPoint (non-ref) - Pays in PayPal, $15 cash out - You start off earning about $1.50 for filling in your profile. I get a new "survey" almost every day, but it's just more profile questions. I've never had an actual 3rd party survey. Maybe my demographic is just off. At a minute or two a day, it's pretty easy. Prolific - Pays in PayPal (in GBP) - The best survey site I've found, though surveys have a very small sample size, so you've got to check constantly to get one. LegerWeb - Pays in PayPal, Canada Only, $20 cash out - This is my least favourite survey site. Unfortunately it's one of the best paying. There's a minimum $20 to cash out (at $0.50 - $1 per survey, maybe 1 survey per day, that's a long wait), the website is pretty terrible, and it's fairly common to get 3 or 4 minutes into a 5 minute survey and get disqualified. Qmee - Pays in PayPal, no cash out limit - I've been disqualified from all but 1 survey. Though the site layout is great, this is one of the most frustrating and pointless feeling surveys sites I've used. SliceThePie (non-ref) - Pays in PayPal - This one is new to me, and kind of fun. It pays on the low end of GPT sites, and you earn based on your star rating. You basically write short reviews for things (songs mostly). You need to spend 1 1/2 minutes on each item before it will let you submit, and as far as I can figure you get an extra $0.01 for each start rating (you start at one). That means this would top out at about $2/hr. It's a fun break from time to time, even if it will never make you serious money. It asks you to choose genres you like from a fairly extensive list...and then has you review radio pop. I assume that's because soulless factory produced radio music is the only group with enough money, and the interest in pure profit over artistry, necessary to sign up to a service like this. There also isn't a whole lot of work here. But again, it makes a nice change, and could be a lot of fun if you like popular music. CRYPTO FAUCETS These are pretty new to me. Go to a site, solve a CAPTCHA and get a fraction of a cent in crypto. Not a way to make real money, but kind of fun to mess around with. Some of the sites have games and betting to try to increase you're earnings. Cointiply pays out about 25% more than the Moon faucets. So far I've signed up with:
Beermoney Essentials: 6 Ways To Earn Passively With Cryptocurrencies In 2018
Hey guys! This is my second "Beermoney Essentials" post. Here's the first one about Chrome Extensions if you missed it a year ago. These types of posts basically are just about things have seem to become 'essential' information in terms of Beermoney. This post is going to be about Cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency has been becoming more and more popular around the beermoney community, and I think it's safe to say that 2018 will be the year of cryptos. Here's what this post is NOT. This post will not be the 'here's what cryptos I think you should buy and hodl in 2018'. This post IS going to be about cryptos you can get into and do whatever you want to without having to directly invest in them. So yeah, this post is mostly going to be about mining.
6 Ways To Earn Passively With Cryptocurrencies
Alright, so in this post, I'm going to split things up into 4 parts:
Part 1: GPU mining
Does anyone here remember Nice Hash? (I mean, it technically still is a thing actually). Nice Hash is/was a nice site that would allow you to use your PC to mine. I believe they actually mined ETH (I think), but they were nice because they paid out in BTC (which most people prefer). It was really the easy way for just about anyone to get into mining (assuming you have a decent GPU). Just a month or so ago they claim to have been "hacked" and they lost (at the time) ~$60 million in users' bitcoin. For whatever reason a lot of people wanted them to resume operating after the bits were lost, so they are back up. I won't recommend Nicehash at all. I don't think they were really hacked, and I do think it was an inside job. If you want to use Nicehash, you can. I just really don't recommend it, and there are plenty of alternatives. Here are just a few that I found.
WinMiner is a really neat alternative to NiceHash. From what it seems, the payouts on Winminer are a bit lower, but there are a couple advantages to using this site that might outweigh the lower payouts. First of all, Winminer is really easy to use, you can just download it and set it up, and it's all set. The thing about Winminer that is really nice is that you can get paid out in many different ways. If you want, you can cash out to Bitcoin, but they have a $100 minimum, and the fees are really high, so there's a good chance you won't want Bitcoin. Alternatively, you can withdraw your balance to PayPal, ETH, LTC, Amazon, or iTunes. One thing I don't necessarily like about Winminer is that it does keep your balance in USD at all times, so if you earn for a month and go to withdraw if bitcoin's price goes up 50% in that month, you won't get that bonus reflected on your total cashed out because it was in USD. It's probably not an issue for most people.
I have been using Kryptex since just after the announcement of NiceHash being hacked. It has a nice UI and it is very customizable with its settings. This is probably the closest site to the original NiceHash. You can request a payout in Bitcoin any time after you have 0.0006 BTC. One thing about Kryptex is that it does have a referral system. You can earn 10% of your referral's earnings. I shamelessly put my referral link above. Feel free to give it a click if you want. I don't really prefer this site over WinMiner because it doesn't offer quite as many methods of payments, but here it is anyways.
Part 2: CPU Mining
CPU Mining for Bitcoin has been dead for a long time, but there are still some ways to use your CPU to earn some crypto passively.
LoadTeam used to be a site that would pay you to test loading websites in the background passively. It was never a lot of money (and it still isn't), but they made the change a few months ago to switch over to Crypto Mining. I actually didn't even notice the switch, but I checked my account after a couple months and I had a few dollars sitting there. LoadTeam offers instant paypal transfers with no fee for all balances over $1. It's pretty nice. I didn't even notice a difference in CPU usage over the last few months. I think of it as an easy couple dollars a month, and it runs entirely in the background.
CoinHive Monero Mining
You might have seen this around a bit. CoinHive is a service that allows sites to mine monero in the background(ish). Some sites have been using Coinhive as an alternate to advertising/adblockers. There are a few sites that have been adding coinhive to their site. You can run this passively in the background. I don't know all of the sites that have CoinHive, but two big ones I know of are FreeBitco.in and CoinPot. FYI, I think Freebitco.in links are blocked on reddit, but if anyone wants my referral link, send me a PM. I give 100% of my referral earnings back to my referrals.
Part 3: PoC Mining
PoC Mining you might not have heard of, but it's fucking cool. PoC = Proof of Capacity. While CPU mining uses a computer's CPU, and GPU mining uses graphics cards, PoC mining uses free storage to mine. The appeal of PoC mining is that it seems like everybody has free storage. Check around your house, maybe you'll find a nice external hard drive with some space on it. You can use this to mine from. Now I know I said above that this wasn't going to be a post of me telling you what cryptos I recommend for you to invest in, but here's my quick pitch for Burstcoin. Burstcoin is the worlds first (and only) PoC coin. It is the "green" crypto. Mining Burstcoin takes up 400x less power than a crypto like Bitcoin. It's really pretty fucking cool, and I absolutely support the coin. Feel free to read more about Burstcoin on /burstcoin, and check out the recent announcement of Dymaxion. But you're here to learn how to earn from PoC Mining passively. Unlike CPU and GPU mining, it is a lot more hard to get into because there are a lot more steps involved to setting it up. You'll actually need to know how to 'plot' your storage and set up a mining pool. I'm not going to write out the entire process because there are plenty of other resources to help you out. One thing I really recommend is QBundle 1.6, which is probably the closest thing that will walk you through the process of setting up a wallet for burst and start plotting and then mining with your storage. One thing I'll also point out is that in order to mine burst with a pool you will need at least one burst in order to set the reward recipient. There are faucets you can get a free burst from, but if you can't get the faucets to work, feel free to send me a PM and I'll send over everyone who wants to get into burst a coin to set the recipient. Here's a video explaining burstcoin a bit more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fyj9RIyxLb4 If there are requests, I will happily make a video explaining how to get started mining with Burstcoin.
Part 4: Saving/Investing
Okay, I said this post wasn't about investing in cryptos, and that's not what this section is about, at all. This part of the post is about using the cryptos you already have to earn more crypto. There are quite a few options in this space, but I do advise you to take all caution when investing your cryptos into anything. Realize that ANYTHING can become a scam when you're not holding your own private keys.
I've mentioned this a few times in the past, but Freebitco.in allows you to use their site has a savings account/wallet and they pay 4.08% annual compounded interest per year on all your balances held (they pay interest daily). I've been hodling bitcoin on there on and off for quite a long while now and it's really nice. Another advantage I could point out is that their site does work as a wallet as well, and while bitcoin's fees are going crazy, you have the option of setting up an automatic weekly cash out (when you're ready to cash out your balance on their site) and the fee is just 3000 satoshi, or you can sign up for a 1-6 hour payment with a heavily reduced fee, or instant with a full average fee. It's really nice having those options. Freebitco.in does offer a 25% referral bonus for all interest paid out on their site, and I wrote above:
FYI, I think Freebitco.in links are blocked on reddit, but if anyone wants my referral link, send me a PM. I give 100% of my referral earnings back to my referrals.
I have been paying 100% back for over a year now, and I don't plan on changing that. Please remember: if you do deposit anything onto freebitco.in that is a risk you're taking.
There are a lot of different ways you can use Cryptocurrencies to your benefit. Even if you don't have a good CPU, GPU, or have much free storage, there are still options for you, and maybe you could even consider taking some of your profits from beermoney in 2018 and putting it into upgrading your own set up, or taking some profits and investing into the cryptos you support. Previous Beermoney Essentials Posts:
So this site called bitkong.com is a crypto-climb game, meaning you have a set amount of bitcoin (or any other supported crypto in the game like bits or mBTC) or even actual money like USD or Euro’s, and you climb the chart of rewards, followed by a ding sound or a coconut-like shape telling you that you have won the next reward, or you get a poop-like symbol or a fart noise saying that you failed. At this time I do not believe there is a max bet of any sort, so if you have a lot of bitcoin, I would try this out! The only problem with this site, is that you can miss a LOT, like you can play it on the easiest difficulty and still miss 5–10 times in the same spot. If you want a recommendation from me, I would say stick to easy difficulty for now, because medium is a 50/50 shot at getting the rewards, and more times than not, I have missed, so medium is NOT worth it. Hard difficulty is also not worth trying because like easy difficulty, you have three slots to choose from, but only one of those is a win, easy has two slots open for you to win, so it can go from missing 5–10 times to missing 20–25 times, me personally? I have missed 50 times on the hard difficulty, in a row… Mostly on the same spot, probably about 35 times, the other 15 times were just unlucky I guess? Maybe this just is not my game to play. Also, if you do not have a bunch of bitcoin to start off with, than I would not even try to play this game, sometimes the faucet will pay you either 400 or 600 satoshi or like $0.04 in actual currency. This amount will go by REALLY fast when you are using it in-game and most times than not, I have just resorted to using all 400 or 600 in one bet, because I knew I would lose my money way to fast doing the game the legit way. Also, these 400–600 payouts are only during special events like during the weekend or during the weekdays at random points. So if you want to try out this game, I would highly suggest a couple of things, one being come with a bunch of money, well maybe not to much, let’s say around $20 in bitcoin or USD. Another being that, if you want to play the game for free, expect to lose a LOT, you will find yourself giving up more than it is worth, I am addicted to this game, so I play everyday, all the time pretty much. There are some pro’s to playing for free though, most people do I’m pretty sure, one pro is that you can ‘upgrade’ your account to what they call ‘hero’ level, which leads me to the next point, THE FAUCET…. IS BROKEN! The faucet is probably the best one I’ve ever seen, you can get 100 bits for free out of this faucet every 5 minutes! This is of course without any bonuses like the weekdays and weekends I was talking about earlier. Hero level gives you the opportunity to upgrade from getting 100 every 5 minutes to 200 every 5 minutes. There is another rank called ‘Legendary’ but the goal is basically next to impossible to get to, to get to the hero level, it’s not that bad, you have to play (win or lose basically) 1000 games and you have to spend in total 1 whole bitcoin. Another thing is this, you cannot claim these bonuses unless you sign up or in with FaceBook, that is the downside, I just made a fake user with a fake age, and signed up with them for free, but after you sign up you can make a bunch of bitcoin! The other rank like I was talking about before I rambled about FaceBook, is that to get the legendary rank, you have to play 10,000 games (which is not that bad to do, it’s the next one that is bad), and you have to at least had bet over 100 bitcoins! This is the worst, because I have already played around 1200 games and I have only invested about 100,000 satoshi, which is still 99,900,000 off from getting that hero rank. Chances are I will be playing this game for around 3–5 month’s at this rate to get that amount in so I can get that sweet bitcoin. I have zero clue what you get out of the faucet at legendary rank, but I have a feeling it is 300 bits instead of 200 which is nice, but it will take me at my current rate, around 2–3 years to get that rank, unless I hit the jackpot or invest money into this. So I will leave this with a warning: Do not play this game if you can get addicted easily like I have, I already know that if I had more money to spend I would easily spend all of it on this site. If you have self-control over what you can and cannot spend, than I would suggest this game to you personally! The max amount of money that I would spend on this game if I was not addicted would probably be about $5 or maybe $10, do not go spending $100 or $1000 on this game like some people have. Can you make some serious money if you deposit $1000 and hit the coconut and not the poop, YES! But the game knows on how much you are betting, and they will make you fail if it is over around 4000 bits, you will lose more than you will win it seems. Before you ask, the most I have won so far has been 10,000 satoshi, and I bet all of it at once and lost it, thinking I could get an easy profit. I do not have any strategy towards this game other than if you lose all your bitcoin, get some from the faucet and bet all 100 or 400 or 600 whatever and just hope like heck you get the first two or three rows from the start. You could try doing the old school strategy which is get around 1k satoshi and than do these steps. Bet 10 satoshi on the first roll, try to go up 5 rows and than cash out, if you lose try betting 20, than go up four rows, if you win, cash out. If you lose bet 50 and than go up three rows, if you win cash out, if you don’t than go up to 100 bits and go up two rows. If you win than definitely cash out, if you lose than go up to 200 bits, here is where you go up one row, but here is my concern after reading this from someone else’s post. When you bet 100 and lose, going up to 200 and than not winning is an instant loss, so if you want to try going up to 400 or 500 satoshi and go up one row, otherwise you will lose about 80–100 satoshi in profits. Thank you for reading this if you even do, this is not a money guaranteed site, you have to have at least 200,000 satoshi to withdraw or 0.002 bitcoin, and winning this off of no purchases is next to impossible. Have a good day, and maybe I will update this page with some new strategies or something if I devise any.
Have you ever wanted to collect crypto to join the hype, but are not willing to invest real money? The good news is there are in fact methods to get them online for free. All it requires is some investment of time on your part to start your crypto journey! According to cnbc.com, $1,000 worth of bitcoin in 2013 would be worth $6,400 in October 2018. Freebitco.in / (non-ref) This is a well known faucet that pays users every hour. Each time you roll, there is a chance that you win a payout bigger than the base payout of 0.00000033 BTC. If you are very lucky, you might win the highest payout (worth $203.17 at the date of posting). Considering that you are doing nothing but clicking on a roll button, this seems to be a good site. Each roll also gives you 2 free lottery tickets and 2 reward points. Lottery tickets enter you into a weekly lottery draw. Reward points can be traded for benefits such as electronics, hardware wallets and gift certificates. If you are not interested in the prizes, you could very well trade for the free BTC bonus, which awards 10% to 1000% bonus to the base reward for the BTC faucet. I'm not a fan of gambling and firmly believe that you will lose money in the long run. If you would like to try your luck and have some fun, however, there is a Multiply BTC section featuring a provably HI-LO game which awards 1 free lottery ticket and 1 reward point for every 1000 satoshis that you wager. Freedoge.co.in / (non-ref) This is a very similar site to freebitco.in, albeit with fewer features. Use it along with freebitco.in! Cointiply.com / (non-ref) Hourly faucet which pays extra when you roll prime numbers. You can also earn by watching videos, completing offer walls (Tap Research, Adscend Media, AdGate Media, Minute Staff, Revenue Wall, Opinion Capital, Theorem Reach, Offer Toro, Persona.ly, Wannads, Kiwi Wall, Offer Daddy, PTC Wall, Pollfish, Clix Wall, Say So Rewards, Adwork Media, Super Rewards). Try your luck on the multiplier if you are feeling lucky! Moon Faucets These are a unique set of faucets - you decide how often to claim! Most faucets only allow you to claim at fixed intervals of time. With the Moon faucets, you can claim as little or often as you like. The faucet fills rapidly initially and slows down over time until you make a claim. You decide how often you want to claim, with the knowledge that the amount keeps building up! With these sites, there is an opportunity to increase claim amounts through the daily loyalty bonus, referral bonus, offer bonus, mystery bonus and mining bonus schemes. These faucets pay out to CoinPot.
Other Coinpot Faucets Bonusbitcoin.co / (non-ref) Claim up to 5000 satoshi every 15 minutes. This site also pays a 5% daily bonus. You can also use this site as a GPT site by doing offers and surveys (Super Rewards, Wannads, Offer Daddy, Offer Toro). Bitfun.co / (non-ref) Claim from this faucet every 3 minutes. You might be happy to know that this site allows you to earn by playing games. If you prefer to do offers and surveys, Super Rewards, Wannads and Offer Toro are available. Semi-passive Sites If you prefer something which earns by doing little work, the sites below may be of interest. While some of them may require more effort at the start, the results will soon pay off. Firefaucet.win / (non-ref) This is the closest thing to a true auto-faucet! Complete shortlinks, mine or complete offerwalls (AdGateMedia, Offer Toro, Offer Daddy, Pollfish, PTCWall, MinuteStaff, Wannads). A single shortlink gives 50 autoclaims as well as 50 activity points which help you level up. As your level increases, each claim gives you slightly greater value in crypto. You may decide whether payments are kept in the Fire Faucet account or directly to Faucet Hub. Funds within the Fire Faucet account can be withdrawn manually to Faucet Hub. Payments are fast and can be seen almost instantly. It should be noted that once you start the Auto Faucet, you have to leave it the tab open for it to continue claiming crypto. The tab itself does not have to be active and you can continue with your personal activities. Satoshilabs.net / (non-ref)A combination of GPT, autofaucet and game, all in one website. Tasks in the offerwalls (AdscendMedia, PTCWall, ShortLinks, AdGateMedia, AdWorkMedia, MinuteStaff, TheoremReach, Persona.ly) give you credits, while the faucet and mining game give you lab flasks. Both are exchangeable with one another. Purchase mining equipment from your hard work to start earning lab flasks passively! Note that Generators and Security are the best investments due to greater ROI. Energy decreases every hour and each energy point costs 3 points + 0.75 credits for every 5000 production. You may consider enabling Autorefill Energy (which consumes credits), as production decreases when energy goes down. According to the FAQ, the formula for satoshi earning rate is ((YourProduction/10)*0.14)*(YourCurrentEnergy/100). As you can tell, more work is required at the beginning, but it will all pay off. Referring to the current leaderboard the top person has a production power of 194797. Let's try calculating the amount of satoshi generated for this person.((194797/10)*0.14)*(100/100)= 2727 satoshi per hour. Cryptomininggame.com / (non-ref) Mine crypto either through the game, or for real! Missions allow you to level up as well as earn crystals, mining power and crypto at the cost of energy, which replenishes with time or by doing shortlinks. Each mission also gives you tickets for entry to a weekly Mega Jackpot. The site is also releasing a light version of the game Crypto Mining War very soon, which you can play using cards (earned through the website as well). The final version is still under development, but it is fun, multiplayer and crypto can be earned through it. Eobot.com / (non-ref) Before proceeding, it should be noted that this is a Cloud mining site. Majority of Cloud mining sites are ponzi scheme scams. It is uncertain if that is the case for this site. A crypto deposit is made as an investment, which gives mining power. It should be noted that 24 hour mining contracts will definitely give a loss on this site - you receive less than you invest. Only invest in 10 year contracts if possible. I generally only use crypto I gain from faucet and GPT sites to fund this account. NEVER use real money on Cloud mining sites. Thanks for reading and happy earning!
If anyone here is trying to, or wondering if they can make money from Bitcoin Faucets - Don't. They're a waste of time.
What are Bitcoin Faucets? If you’ve researched making some beer money online, you’ve probably heard of Bitcoin faucets. Bitcoin faucets are websites that pay you in Bitcoin when you fill in a captcha (to prove you’re not a bot) and refresh the page. You generally need to hit a limit of earnings before you can withdraw. Faucets make money from you viewing the advertisements on the page, and pay you a portion of what they earn. Many people start off thinking that it’s a way to earn money to pay for small things on the side, but are they worth it? Can you earn money from them? The thing you need to realise is that no one is going to just give you free money, and the amount that these faucets earn from advertisements is pretty small. The best paying faucets will generally only earn you $1-$2 per week depending on how much you use them. There are plenty of smaller faucets, but none of them are going to pay well. Their only interest is to entice people in with promises of earning, but the only people that earn a decent amount from faucets are their owners, or people who manage to convince others to use their referral links and promise them that they’ll make money. If anyone’s telling you that a Bitcoin faucet pays out well and then sends you a referral link, you can safely assume that it doesn’t pay well, and that said person is only trying to use you so that they can get a payout themselves. The limits that faucets set on withdrawal are to encourage you to spend more time viewing their advertisements. If you invest time in to these faucets before realising that they aren’t worth it, you’re more likely to keep using it so that you can reach your minimum withdrawal. It’s a smart move by the faucet owners, but it is completely exploiting you and your distaste for sunk costs. On the other hand, there are some uses for Bitcoin faucets. They’re generally reasonably quick to make a few pennies, so if you need to hit a certain amount of Bitcoin to withdraw or exchange and you’re only a small amount short, you can quickly use a faucet for a bit to just top up your balance and tip you over the edge. Don’t forget that the price of Bitcoin can always rise, so technically your small amounts could be worth a bit more if you save them for the bitcoin faucetsfuture. Also, if you’re savvy, you can potentially set up your own faucet to earn some beer money, but don’t expect to make anything serious from it. Most people have already realised that they can’t make anything decent from them, and they’re dying out. TL;DR To conclude, Bitcoin faucets are an absolute waste of time if you’re trying to earn money from them. They’re only worth using if you just need a tiny bit of Bitcoin to hit the minimum withdrawal for something. Faucets will cost you more in electricity usage whilst you use them than you’ll receive from payouts. You could earn much more money by using other methods instead of spending your valuable time trying to make tiny fractions of money from these faucets. Make sure to check out the other articles on this site for ideas, they’re all successful, tried and tested ways of earning money online that don’t try to exploit you like Bitcoin faucets do. If you’re interested in Bitcoin, make sure to check out this post on how I turned $40 into $400 by trading cryptocurrencies! If you’re looking for a good exchange to buy or sell Bitcoin, I recommend CoinCorner, where you can buy/sell BTC instantly. I’ve received nothing but great customer service from them, and they’re by far the best Bitcoin exchange I’ve used. Copy-pasted from this post: http://www.makingmoneyontheinternet.co/making-money-from-bitcoin-faucets/
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Hello all, Thanks to a suggestion, we have decided to make a sticky listing some of the most common beermoney sites in order to clear up some of the repeat clutter we get here. Do not make threads promoting these websites. (Good quality announcements about special events for these sites though are allowed.) We will discuss each site briefly. After this is where you come in though. We would like your advice about tips and tricks for making the most of and saving time on each site. Please share your insight and experiences in the comments. This will be a continually changing sticky. More advice will be added/removed about each site as necessary. For those who currently don't have an account with any of these sites below, if this post has been helpful to you, please use the link to the site provided if you want to join. SwagBucks Contest Winner Referral Link [US, CA, UK, AUS, INDIA, IRELAND] (Use sign-up code BEERMONEY for a 70SB bonus!) Payment proof Probably one of the most common, well known beer money sites. They offer a lot to do so you shouldn't get too bored. Their mobile apps(Swagbucks tv- 36 SB, Entertainow- 10 SB, Moviecli.ps- 10 SB, Sportly.tv- 10 SB, Indymusic.tv- 10 SB, and Lifestylz.tv- 10 SB) can get you $25+ per month just for running videos.
↪ Age minimum: 13 ↪ Offers: Mobile video apps, Surveys, polls, tasks, special offers, coupons, swagbuckstv, games, searchbar, codes download offers, and shopping incentive that give swagbucks. ↪ Payout: (100 swagbucks = $1)A myriad of gift cards including amazon, paypal, walmart, and facebook +Sweepstake entries. ↪ Referral Incentive: Matching Swag Bucks on all their Search wins up to 1,000 Swag Bucks per referral. 300 SB for signing up with a referral(possibly time limited). TIPS • Passive Swagbucks up to 300 SB for meeting your goals for 7,14,21 and 30 days. • On iOS and android app, go to the garden tab and to a bunch of videos called "10 second tips." Add these to your favorites and let them play through there while you do something else. • Visit a site frequently? Bookmark the swagbucks search result and click on it every time you plan to go to that site • Targeted surveys sent to your email pay twice as much but take longer to approve. • Make up to 10 swagbucks easily a day in the games in free play mode. • (applicable to other sites with peanut labs too) Do not open the same Peanut Labs offer(s) on more than one site. You are allowed up to 3 completions and 15 attempts on PL surveys every 24 hours.
↪ Age minimum: 13 ↪ Offers: Click, download, sign up, do tasks, shopping incentive, and watch videos for points. ↪ Payout:(100 points = $1) Gift cards as low as $1 including amazon, also checks. ↪ Referral Incentive: 10 points with complete sign up and 10% of most earnings each. TIPS • Get some easy points by doing the "visit websites" area everyday.
EarnHoney Contest Winner Referral Link || or Earnhoney /Beermoney link [US, CA, UK] (Use sign-up code BEERMONEY200 for 200 HD$ bonus!) Up and coming popular beermoney site. Run videos on desktop, surveys, shopping and CPA offers, and games. ~$30 a month from just running videos. Many survey vendors (Peanut Labs, Matomy, Federated Sample, Ignite/InsightExpress)
↪ Age minimum: 13 ↪ Offers: Desktop and mobile web videos, surveys, polls, special offers, Buzz TV, promotion codes, run your own charity fundraiser, 15% referral bonus for life ↪ Payout: (100 HD$ = $1) Gift cards from Amazon, Paypal, and Top Charities starting as low as $5. ↪ Referral Incentive: 200 HD$ for signing up with registration code BEERMONEY200 TIPS • Free 5 HD$ for logging in daily, Up to 20 HD$ free daily for BuzzTV outbound traffic • Nearly unlimited videos to watch, emails for high completion rate surveys
↪ Age minimum: 13 ↪ Offers: Offerwalls, checkins, surveys, apps to download, tasks, search bar, gifthulk tv, codes, games and shopping incentive that give gifthulk coins ↪ Payout: (1000 HC = $1) Abundance of giftcards including amazon, paypal, walmart, gamecard, facebook, and bitcoin. ↪ Referral Incentive: Up to 600 hulk coins each TIPS • Play the card-guessing game every day
PERK Contest Winner Referral Link [US, UK, CAN, AUS, AND A FEW OTHERS] PerkTV is an app that gives you points for letting your phone or ipod touch play videos. All the videos play continuously one after another so it's possible to let PerkTV run for days at a time to earn points. Payment proof
↪ Age minimum: 13 ↪ Offer: Let videos continuously play on your phone or ipod touch for points. Every 1000 points is roughly $1. In the US, every 2 videos gets you 4 points. In Canada, every 4 videos gets you 4 points. In other countries, every 20 videos gets you 4 points. ↪ Payout: A $2 amazon gift card is 2500 points and a $5 amazon gift card is 5000 points so every 1000 points is roughly $1. ↪ Referral: 100 point bonus for each user that signs up using your code. TIPS • You can run videos on many devices under the same account, many users call this a Perk farm. The devices usually end up paying for themselves pretty quickly.
↪ Earn Points(100 Points=$1) through Surveys, Offers, Tasks Offerwalls and Videos ↪ Site was established in 2007. ↪ International - however most earning opportunities are for US,UK,CA and AU. ↪ Rewards are processed instantly to 24 hrs depending on your account level. ↪ Tons of Rewards from $5 Paypal, Bitcoins, Direct Deposit, Prepaid Visa GC or name brand store gift cards.
Bing Rewards [US ONLY] Get credits while you search with bing!
↪ Age minimum: 13 ↪ Offer: Dashboard tasks, search ↪ Payout: (100 credits = $1) Gift cards including amazon and donation cards ↪ Referral Incentive: 200 credits each once they reach silver.
SliceThePie [SOME COUNTRIES BLOCKED, CONSTANTLY CHANGING] Get paid for writing music reviews! To give forewarning most songs aren't radio quality but there are some gems in there. Payment proof!
↪ Age minimum: 13 ↪ Offer: Listen to at least 1 min 30 sec of a song and write a constructive review. They have drastically reduced how much they pay though. ↪ Payout: Minimum $10 paypal. ↪ Referral: Percentage of earnings from each. Right now it's 15%. TIPS • Keep an eye out for when they have bonus days, otherwise it can be a little slow to make money. TIPS:
Amazon Mechanical Turk [US] This site is a bit different from your typical beer money site. This is a bit more professional. You work for "requesters" and they approve or reject your submitted content called "hits." Many people here think this great and it often gets them more money than other sites. They do require more personal info from you than the sites above for tax reasons (even though you likely won't have to worry about it) and not everyone gets approved to work here.
↪ Age minimum: 18 ↪ Offers: Different tasks requesters want you to do for money ↪ Payout: Amazon Payments balance or bank account ↪ Referral Incentive: None TIPS • Don’t use mturk without having turkopticon installed. It’s a browser add-on that allows workers to post reviews about requesters and gives you a good idea of whether or not to attempt a HIT based on the requester’s reputation. • Only do hits that pay at least 10¢/minute. Mturk grind forum and /hitsworthturkingfor are good places to check for worthy hits. • It is better to return a hit (it will not negatively impact you) than submit if you are unsure whether the requester will approve it.
Sites to Avoid: Definitely DO NOT post these. ✖ Paidverts shady owner, sketchy site. Keep doing debt swaps(cash to BAP). Do not post. ✖ DigitalGeneration put a bitcoin miner and spyware in their software. Never paid out. Avoid at all costs. If you’ve downloaded it before, do a virus scan. ✖ Neobux isn’t REALLY a scam, but they operate as a pyramid scheme. There’s money to be made online, but it’s definitely not there. ✖ Locket used to be good, but not anymore - guess they realized that their platform won't be profitable enough, if at all. They did pay out all the users, but you won't be making money with this app any more. ✖ MarketGlory does pay out, but the pay is absolutely ridiculous. The only way to make a decent amount of money is to have a lot of referrals, and referral whoring on this subreddit WILL result in a permanent ban.7 ✖ IPUServices stopped paying out altogether. No response to questions regarding payouts. Avoiding is recommended. ✖ Cash2Refer Does not pay out and awards way too much for merely referring people. $5 per visit? Come on. ✖ MindSumo Not actually a beermoney site, only spam in this sub. ✖ G2A Scam/sells stolen keys Generic news sites that pay you ridiculous amounts to read an article (two euros??): Common sense should take care of this, but in case it doesn’t, it’s always a scam. Site is usually hosted somewhere in Eastern Europe, and there is never a payout. Free bitcoin sites/"faucets"(THIS INCLUDES QOINPRO): Not referring to those video-viewing/task sites (although they’re still paying fragments of a penny). I’m talking about sites that give you 0.000001BTC to fill a captcha (freebitco.in, dailybitcoins). Admittedly many beermoney sites pay low, but don’t even bother with these. Also: Bitcoin mining is NO LONGER PROFITABLE. If you're really so keen on getting bitcoins, doing so through an exchange is your best option.