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[Update #111 October 25th, 2019]

  • Cointiply remains my favorite faucet and offerwall combo.
  • Tested all faucets, updated some descriptions.
  • Removed multiple faucets and changed the formatting of the guide to make it more readable.

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I've put together a list of Bitcoin faucets that pay. They won't make you rich, but I test and monitor my list to make sure they pay. If you need more info on Bitcoins, check out my Bitcoin primer or my faucet guide, How to Make Money with Bitcoin Faucets.

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Bitcoin Faucets that Pay

Bitcoin faucets work by paying out tiny fractions of a Bitcoin in exchange for loading a page full of ads. Other sites pay Bitcoins for watching videos or doing tasks.

You'll need a Bitcoin wallet, either a standalone client-side wallet or a cloud-based wallet like Blockchain.com or CoinBase.



BitcoinGet Free Bitcoins from Bitcoin Faucets that Pay

Below are faucets that I regularly use, and more importantly, that pay. I've broken my list down into categories including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Cardano, Bitcoin Cash, and offerwalls, which are ways to earn cryptocurrency for doing small tasks.

Bitcoin Faucets that Pay

Cointiply: This is my favorite faucet and the best offerwall I've found, too. The faucet pays out more than any other faucet, and the site doesn't rely on popunders or popup ads. Cointiply has a loyalty bonus for the faucet, and a points system for offerwall bonuses.

  • Cointiply: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin or Doge.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Direct to Bitcoin Wallet and Dogewallet, or to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 35,000 Coins ($3.50) to FaucetHub, 50,000 Coins ($5.00) to Doge wallet, 100,000 Coins ($10.00) to BTC wallet

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Moon Bitcoin: Allows you to claim as often as you want, starting off at just a few satoshis for waiting 5 minutes. It adds more satoshis to your claim amount as time goes on, capping out at 24 hours. It has a lot of ads, including a lot of redirects, but is a long-paying, reliable faucet.

  • Moon Bitcoin: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays out to CoinPot, a wallet and crypto-changing service also owned by the faucet.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: Pays instantly to CoinPot

BonusBitcoin: Traditional faucet also owned by Moon Bitcoin/CoinPot. Pays a daily bonus on everything you've earned that day, but you must collect that day to earn on your daily balance.

  • BonusBitcoin: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays out to CoinPot, a wallet and crypto-changing service also owned by the faucet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: Pays instantly to CoinPot

FreeBitco.in: The king daddy of Bitcoin faucets, and one of the first to launch. They've reduced their payouts, but still pay well compared to other faucets. This faucet is also monetized by gambling games and betting, features I haven't tested. One of the things I like about FreeBitco.in is how transparent they are, including stats and lots of other info.

  • FreeBitco.in: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your wallet on Sundays
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 30,000 satoshis

Bitgames.io: This faucet has operated for roughly three years. The faucet is supported by offerwalls and gambling games. I've done offers here, but haven't tested their gambling features. You can withdraw in multiple cryptocurrencies, as detailed below.

  • Bitgames.io: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar, and can withdraw as Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your wallet on manual withdrawal, daily.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 100,000 Coins ($1.00)

CryptoMiningGame: This is a very unique faucet. You earn cryptocurrencies with a pretend "mining game." This is a game, and you are NOT doing CPU mining or anything like that. There are also missions, quests, daily bonuses, bonus chests, and several fun games you can play.

  • CryptoMiningGame: Faucet and Games
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A, and there's a withdrawal fee

Qoinpro.com: This is another unique faucet, and I hesitate to call it a faucet. It's more of a multi-crypto wallet that pays out daily. The more referrals you have, the more you'll earn. The business model isn't entirely clear, but I've been successfully withdrawing for years. Signing up is free, and I recommend it! Then get your friends to sign up, too.

  • Qoinpro.com: Faucet and Online Wallet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and several more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your wallet on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: Each crypto has a different minimum, and there's a withdrawal fee

FireFaucet: Is an auto-faucet. You do tasks such as visiting short links to have multiple "autofaucets" run in the background. They have some offerwalls, too. They're recently introduced a daily withdrawal cap of $1.00 in cryptocurrency, but they pay. They've also been very transparent as they work on smoothing out their business model.

  • FireFaucet: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and several more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there's a max of $1.00 per day

TreasureBits: Is a multi-crypto faucet that pays out instantly to FaucetHub. They've been around for a while and consistently pay out. Each of the links below is a direct link to the TreasureBits faucet for that cryptocurrency.

  • TreasureBits: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Dash, Dogecoin, Litecoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

Allcoins.pw: Is a multi-crypto faucet that pays out instantly to FaucetHub on a manual withdrawal. They've been around for a while and consistently pay out. Note that they have a small maximum withdrawal, and you can only do three withdrawals daily. For the vast majority of users, these won't be issues.

  • Allcoins.pw: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Dash, Dogecoin, Litecoin, many more
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: Each crypto has a very low maximum withdrawal, with a 1.5% withdrawal fee

Bitfun.co: Play games and earn Satoshis (for viewing ads displayed between games). Plus, there's a faucet claim at the top of the page, once you are logged in. Bitfun.co is owned by Moon Bitcoin/CoinPot, and they're reliable.

  • Bitfun.co: Faucet and Video Games
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to CoinPot.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

FreeBitcoin.io: Standard faucet. Been paying for a couple of years. Straight forward and easy to use. They post bonus codes on Twitter that give you extra spins of the faucet.

  • FreeBitcoin.io: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 20,000 Satoshis

BitcoinFaucet.funStandard faucet, but lots of redirects, including some #NSFW ads. Pays out to FaucetHub.

  • BitcoinFaucet.fun: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

GetYourBitcoins: Standard faucet, but note that it requires clicking multiple pages to claim. Also uses a double CAPTCHA system. But, no redirects, and the site is fast.

  • GetYourBitcoins: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site offers a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but 1 Ada withdrawal fee. No fee if above a minimum threshold that varies with the price of Cardano (or other cryptocurrencies).


Get Free Cardano from Cardano Faucets that Pay

I love Cardano, but haven't found many Cardano faucets. Below, though, is a straight faucet that pays out Cardano and an offerwall site that has the option of withdrawing in Cardano.

FreeCardano: This Cardano faucet is owned by the same folks who run FreeBitcoin.io above. It's straight forward, easy to use, and fast. They site owners post bonus codes on Twitter that give you extra rolls.

  • FreeCardano: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Cardano
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 1 Ada, which is a very low threshold. 0.1 Ada withdrawal fee.

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site is one of the few that offers Cardano as a payment option. In fact, they offer a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Cardano Ada
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but 1 Ada withdrawal fee. No fee if above a minimum threshold that varies with the price of Cardano (or other cryptocurrencies).


Bitcoin CashGet Free Bitcoin Cash from Bitcoin Cash Faucets that Pay

Forked from real Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash has its fans, but I've watches as the Bitcoin Cash faucets come and go. Below are two that pay.

MoonBitcoinCash: This faucet is owned by Moon Bitcoin/CointPot, and works exactly like the other Moon faucets. You can claim as often as you want, but the longer you wait between claims, the larger the claim. But, that claim size grows more slowly as time passes, with a 24 hour cap. This is a reliable faucet.

  • MoonBitcoinCash: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin Cash
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to CoinPot
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

FC Network Bitcoin Cash: This faucet has been around for quite a while, but recently changed its name to FC Network. They have faucets for most FaucetHub cryptos, including Bitcoin Cash. They emphasize short links for boosting your faucet spins. There are some #NSFW ads, so be mindful.

  • FC Network Bitcoin Cash:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin Cash
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

CryptoMiningGame: This is a very unique faucet. You earn cryptocurrencies with a pretend "mining game." This is a game, and you are NOT doing CPU mining or anything like that. There are also missions, quests, daily bonuses, bonus chests, and several fun games you can play.

  • CryptoMiningGame: Faucet and Games
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A, and there's a withdrawal fee

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site offers a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin Cash (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.


DashcoinGet Free Dash from Dash Faucets that Pay

Dashcoin is another one of my favorite cryptocurrencies. Fast, with some features aimed at anonymity, Dashcoin is an altcoin that has proven it has staying power. Below are my favorite Dash faucets that pay.

Moon Dashcoin: This faucet is owned by Moon Bitcoin/CointPot, and works exactly like the other Moon faucets. You can claim as often as you want, but the longer you wait between claims, the larger the claim. But, that claim size grows more slowly as time passes, with a 24 hour cap. This is a reliable faucet.
  • Moon Dash: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Dashcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to CoinPot
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

FC Network Dash: This faucet has been around for quite a while, but recently changed its name to FC Network. They have faucets for most FaucetHub cryptos, including Dashcoin. They emphasize short links for boosting your faucet spins. There are some #NSFW ads, so be mindful.

  • FC Network Dash:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Dashcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

Dash-Faucet.com: Part of a broader family of faucets, this one pays out in Dash directly to FaucetHub. It's straight forward and easy to use. It's been paying out for years.

  • Dash-Faucet.com:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Dashcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal with 1.5% fee.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 0.00005000 Dash, maximum withdrawal 0.025 Dash

CryptoMiningGame: This is a very unique faucet. You earn cryptocurrencies with a pretend "mining game." This is a game, and you are NOT doing CPU mining or anything like that. There are also missions, quests, daily bonuses, bonus chests, and several fun games you can play.

  • CryptoMiningGame: Faucet and Games
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A, and there's a withdrawal fee

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site offers a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Dash (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.


Get Free Litecoin from Litecoin Faucets that Pay

Litecoin was the first major Litecoin, created to be much faster than Bitcoin and resistant to ASICs, though that didn't last long. It is fast, though, and has demonstrated staying power.

Moon Litecoin: This faucet is owned by Moon Bitcoin/CointPot, and works exactly like the other Moon faucets. You can claim as often as you want, but the longer you wait between claims, the larger the claim. But, that claim size grows more slowly as time passes, with a 24 hour cap. This is a reliable faucet.
  • Moon Litecoin: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Litecoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to CoinPot
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

TreasureBits: Is a multi-crypto faucet that pays out instantly to FaucetHub. They've been around for a while and consistently pay out. Each of the links below is a direct link to the TreasureBits faucet for that cryptocurrency.

  • TreasureBits: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Dash, Dogecoin, Litecoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

FC Network Litecoin: This faucet has been around for quite a while, but recently changed its name to FC Network. They have faucets for most FaucetHub cryptos, including Litecoin. They emphasize short links for boosting your faucet spins. There are some #NSFW ads, so be mindful.

  • FC Network Litecoin:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Litecoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

CryptoMiningGame: This is a very unique faucet. You earn cryptocurrencies with a pretend "mining game." This is a game, and you are NOT doing CPU mining or anything like that. There are also missions, quests, daily bonuses, bonus chests, and several fun games you can play.

  • CryptoMiningGame: Faucet and Games
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A, and there's a withdrawal fee

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site offers a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Litecoin (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee


DogecoinGet Free Dogecoins from Dogecoin Faucets that Pay

Dogecoin is incredibly fast, and even though it started out as a joke, it has endured as a widely used altcoin.

Cointiply: This is my favorite faucet and the best offerwall I've found, too. The faucet pays out more than any other faucet, and the site doesn't rely on popunders or popup ads. Cointiply has a loyalty bonus for the faucet, and a points system for offerwall bonuses.

  • Cointiply: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin or Doge.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Direct to Bitcoin Wallet and Dogewallet, or to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 35,000 Coins ($3.50) to FaucetHub, 50,000 Coins ($5.00) to Doge wallet, 100,000 Coins ($10.00) to BTC wallet

Moon Dogecoin: This faucet is owned by Moon Bitcoin/CointPot, and works exactly like the other Moon faucets. You can claim as often as you want, but the longer you wait between claims, the larger the claim. But, that claim size grows more slowly as time passes, with a 24 hour cap. This is a reliable faucet.
  • Moon Dogecoin: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Dogecoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to CoinPot
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

TreasureBits: Is a multi-crypto faucet that pays out instantly to FaucetHub. They've been around for a while and consistently pay out. Each of the links below is a direct link to the TreasureBits faucet for that cryptocurrency.

  • TreasureBits: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Dash, Dogecoin, Litecoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

Doge-Faucet.com: Part of a broader family of faucets, this one pays out in Doge directly to FaucetHub. It's straight forward and easy to use. It's been paying out for years.

  • Dash-Faucet.com:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Dogecoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal with 1.5% fee.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 1 Doge, maximum withdrawal 250 Doge

CryptoMiningGame: This is a very unique faucet. You earn cryptocurrencies with a pretend "mining game." This is a game, and you are NOT doing CPU mining or anything like that. There are also missions, quests, daily bonuses, bonus chests, and several fun games you can play.

  • CryptoMiningGame: Faucet and Games
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A, and there's a withdrawal fee

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site offers a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Dogecoin (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.


Ethereum CryptocoinGet Free Ethereum from Ethereum Faucets that Pay

Ethereum is a next-generation cryptocurrency with features like smart contracts and other important features.


CryptoMiningGame: This is a very unique faucet. You earn cryptocurrencies with a pretend "mining game." This is a game, and you are NOT doing CPU mining or anything like that. There are also missions, quests, daily bonuses, bonus chests, and several fun games you can play.

  • CryptoMiningGame: Faucet and Games
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A, and there's a withdrawal fee

FC Network Ethereum: This faucet has been around for quite a while, but recently changed its name to FC Network. They have faucets for most FaucetHub cryptos, including Ethereum. They emphasize short links for boosting your faucet spins. There are some #NSFW ads, so be mindful.

  • FC Network Ethereum:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Ethereum
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to FaucetHub
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

Ethereum-Faucet.org: Part of a broader family of faucets, this one pays out in Ethereum directly to FaucetHub. It's straight forward and easy to use. It's been paying out for years.

  • Ethereum-Faucet.org:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Ethereum
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal with 1.5% fee.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 0.000025 Ethereum

EthereumFaucet.info: Simple, straight forward Ethereum faucet, with other features like CPU mining.

  • Ethereum-Faucet.org:  Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Ethereum
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal with 1.5% fee - a withdrawal button will appear once your balance reaches 0.0025 Ethereum
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 0.0025 Ethereum - a high threshold

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site offers a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Ethereum (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Ethereum wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.


Task Sites and Offerwalls that Pay in Bitcoin

Cointiply: This is my favorite faucet and the best offerwall I've found, too. The faucet pays out more than any other faucet, and the site doesn't rely on popunders or popup ads. Cointiply has a loyalty bonus for the faucet, and a points system for offerwall bonuses.

  • Cointiply: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin or Doge.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Direct to Bitcoin Wallet and Dogewallet, or to FaucetHub on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 35,000 Coins ($3.50) to FaucetHub, 50,000 Coins ($5.00) to Doge wallet, 100,000 Coins ($10.00) to BTC wallet

Bitgames.io: This faucet has operated for roughly three years. The faucet is supported by offerwalls and gambling games. I've done offers here, but haven't tested their gambling features. You can withdraw in multiple cryptocurrencies, as detailed below.

  • Bitgames.io: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar, and can withdraw as Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and more.
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your wallet on manual withdrawal, daily.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 100,000 Coins ($1.00)

 


BitcoinGetThis was one of the first offerwalls to cater to the Bitcoin community, and it remains a good source of earning Bitcoin for doing tasks.

  • Cointiply: Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Direct to Bitcoin Wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: Automatic payments when you meet the current threshold

BitcoinReward: Another old-school offerwall that was early to the Bitcoin world, this site offers several offerwalls and other ways to earn.

  • Cointiply: Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Direct to Bitcoin Wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: Automatic payments when you meet the current threshold.

EarnCrypto.com: This offerwall site offers a ton of payout options, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and a whole host of altcoins.

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 10/25/2019
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Bitcoin wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.

Heads Up

Keep your eyes open for new faucets—drop a note in the comments or email me through my TMO profile page.

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February 18, 2017 12:43 EST PM  

RP aren't completely useless on freebitco.in. You only need a few thousand to activate BTC bonuses. If you make enough faucet claims this is more profitable than doing a simple cashout. Going for BTC bonuses is a much better option since RP value is tied to BTC/USD exchange rate so by the time 100k RP is reached you might not get very many satoshi anyways.


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Bryan Chaffin
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February 18, 2017 10:43 EST PM  

Thanks for the note, Vic. I'd completely missed that! I'm editing the Guide accordingly.


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February 24, 2017 11:03 EST AM  

It's a lottery faucet were you roll a RNG and depending on the role you et between 180 satoshi and $200 bitcoin. I've never got the $200 but once or twice I've had 0.00016701

Oscar


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February 26, 2017 12:22 EST AM  

BitcoinBeetle.us is also a really great faucet.

I suggest you check it out.


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Bryan Chaffin
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February 26, 2017 12:53 EST AM  

Thanks for the heads up. 🙂


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February 27, 2017 7:07 EST AM  

Hi, can you confirm or inform me about bitminer.io… Does it really pay? After some instant payment the IPV(Instant Payment Value) decreases and this IPV works as a barrier above which you don’t paid instantly and those payments get in pending list and processed manually.
So, my query is does it really pay?


here is the link of the website


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Bryan Chaffin
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February 27, 2017 12:21 EST PM  

I'll check it out, bitminer. Thanks. 🙂


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February 28, 2017 12:04 EST AM  

These this new faucet I use it as six faucets in one site earning from 50 to 1500 from 5 to 1440 minutes with a good ref amount try for you self or other members high paying and always full.


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Bryan Chaffin
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March 10, 2017 11:11 EST PM  

mbukbitcoin, I ran into trouble with their registration process and have a support ticket. I'll add them to my testing list if they're able to work it out.

bitminer, I didn't realize you were asking about a cloud mining operation when I first responded. My problem with cloud miners is simple: if they can make a profit mining, why bother selling shares? Why not just earn the Bitcoins and keep the profits? As such, I've not found a cloud mining operation I can recommend. Note that I didn't test this one specifically.


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March 18, 2017 4:48 EDT PM  

Are you sure that bitcoinbeetle pays ?


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Bryan Chaffin
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March 18, 2017 5:59 EDT PM  

Andrius As Esu, I just checked again to make sure: I definitely got my first payout from them. It's sent to Epay.info, so you'll need to withdraw it from there to get it in your wallet. I've never had any issues with Epay, though they do take a few days to process withdrawals.


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March 19, 2017 1:47 EDT PM  

We will see, maybe they will pay later. Strange for me that after friday (when they say they pay out ) my balance is still the same. There is no signs that i have a pending payout.


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March 19, 2017 2:33 EDT PM  

How sure are you that bitcoinbeetle.us pays? Have you tested it recently? When is supposed to give payouts? Does payout begin as soon as you hit your desired or default amount? Or does it happen on a certain day? Is there any contact information where they actually respond?


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Bryan Chaffin
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March 19, 2017 6:53 EDT PM  

I 100% received a payout on March 10th from Bitcoin Beetle. I didn't receive a payout this Friday, which Andrius noted above is their payout date. Being just a couple of days late, I'm not worried about it, but am keeping my eye on them.


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