Get Free Bitcoins from 23 Faucets That Pay

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Get free Bitcoins with this 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.

[Update #113 August 16th, 2021]

  • Cointiply remains my favorite faucet and offerwall combo.
  • Tested all faucets, removed multiple dead faucets.
  • Added free crypto earning opportunities from Coinbase.
  • Added BlockFi as a way of earning interest on Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other cryptos, plus the BlockFi credit card that pays 1.5% cash back in Bitcoin.

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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, taking surveys, 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.



Earn Interest on Crypto Deposits and Get Crypto Cash Back on Credit Cards

There are a couple of ways to earn crypto rewards such as interest on your crypto deposits and getting cash back in the form of Bitcoin on your credit card charges. I’ll explain below.

BlockFi is a site offering interest on your crypto deposits. There’s at least some risk involved because you have to actually send them your crypto (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Chainlink, and others), and they own the keys to your account. While they are heavily backed by hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital investment, make sure you do your own research and due dilligence. I have some of my small crypto holdings with them.

BlockFi also has a credit card that pays 1.5% cash back in the form of Bitcoin. This is a regular credit card that you pay with fiat money (i.e. dollars) from your bank account. It is not funded by your crypto deposits earning interest.


Coinbase offers some interest on deposits, as well as staking rewards for some cryptos.

Coinbase also has a credit card that is funded by one of the cryptos you have deposited with the company. You can choose a stablecoin (i.e. a crypto tied to the U.S. dollar if you don’t want to pay with cryptos you are HODLing (HODL is crypto slang for “hold on for dear life”), which would allow you to keep your Coinbase credit card tied to the dollar. The Coinbase credit card pays 2% cash back as the crypto of your choice.



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 multiple Offerwalls. There’s an Android app, and Cointiply has added several offerwalls in the last few months.
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin, Doge, Dash, or Litecoin.
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Direct to your crypto wallet.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 30,000 Coins ($3.00) to Doge, Litecoin, or Dash wallet, 50,000 Coins ($5.00) to BTC wallet
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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. 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: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your wallet on Sundays
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 30,000 satoshis

Bitgames.io: This faucet has operated for several 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 Dogecoin or Litecoin.
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your wallet on manual withdrawal, daily.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 100,000 Coins ($1.00).

CryptoMiningGame: This is a very unique faucet, as well as a PvP crypto-themed game. 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, and Bitcoin Cash.
  • Last Checked: 2/17/2021
  • Payouts: Manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 50,000 satoshis, and there’s a 1% withdrawal fee

Qoinpro.com: Unfortunately, QoinPro announced it is shutting down. But, the company also said it is focused on returning balances. As of this writing, I’m not sure if means just deposits, or any of the free daily coins the site was paying out, too. If you have a balance with them, the company said that you’d be able to convert everything to Litecoin and withdraw. I’m keeping an eye on the site and will update this entry, but if you have a balance, I encourage you to keep an eye on them, too.

  • Last Checked: 2/17/2021

FireFaucet: Is an auto-faucet. You do tasks such as visiting short links to have multiple “autofaucets” run in the background. They have added several offerwalls, too. There’s a max daily withdrawal limit of $10.00 in crypto, and they do pay. This site has always been very transparent, which I respect.

  • FireFaucet: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash.
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays out direct to your wallet and to FaucetPay.
  • Minimum/Maximum Withdrawal: $10.00 in cryptocurrency.

Allcoins.pw: Is a multi-crypto faucet that pays out instantly to GoGo.Monster (which I’ve not tested), or direct to your wallet, which I have done many times. They’ve been around for a while and consistently pay out. Note that they have a small maximum withdrawal, and there are minimum withdrawals for each crypto if you do a direct-to-wallet withdrawal.

  • Allcoins.pw: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin, Dash, Dogecoin, Litecoin, many more
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays instantly to GoGo.Monster (which I haven’t tested) and direct-to-wallet manual withdrawal.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: Each crypto has a low maximum withdrawal, with a 1.5% withdrawal fee

FreeBitcoin.io: Standard faucet that is part of multi-crypto chain of sites. The site has been paying for years. Straight forward and easy to use. They post bonus codes on Twitter that give you extra spins of the faucet. They’ve recently added offerwalls for earning more Bitcoin.

  • FreeBitcoin.io: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 20,000 Satoshis

GetYourBitcoins: Standard faucet, but note that it requires clicking multiple pages to claim. Also uses a double CAPTCHA system, and recently there have been some redirects.

  • GetYourBitcoins: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to wallet on manual withdrawal
  • Minimum Withdrawal: N/A

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

  • EarnCrypto.com:  Offerwall
  • Cryptos Supported: Bitcoin (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 8/16/20219
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum to withdraw, but there is a minimum for each crypto to withdraw without paying a fee.

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. They’ve also added offerwalls for earning more Cardano.

  • FreeCardano: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Cardano
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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 Cash

 

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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.

Dashcoin

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 multiple Offerwalls. There’s an Android app, and Cointiply has added several offerwalls in the last few months.
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin, Doge, Dash, or Litecoin.
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Direct to your crypto wallet.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 30,000 Coins ($3.00) to Doge, Litecoin, or Dash wallet, 50,000 Coins ($5.00) to BTC wallet

FreeDash.io: Standard faucet that is part of multi-crypto chain of sites. The site has been paying for years. Straight forward and easy to use. They post bonus codes on Twitter that give you extra spins of the faucet. They’ve recently added offerwalls for earning more Dash.

  • FreeBitcoin.io: Faucet
  • Cryptos Supported: Dash
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 0.01 Dash

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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Cardano wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.


 

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 multiple Offerwalls. There’s an Android app, and Cointiply has added several offerwalls in the last few months.
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin, Doge, Dash, or Litecoin.
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Direct to your crypto wallet.
  • Minimum Withdrawal: 30,000 Coins ($3.00) to Doge, Litecoin, or Dash wallet, 50,000 Coins ($5.00) to BTC wallet

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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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. They’ve also added many offerwalls in the last few months.

  • Cointiply: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin or Doge.
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • 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

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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: Ethereum (and many others)
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • 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. They’ve also added many offerwalls in the last few months.

  • Cointiply: Faucet and Offerwalls
  • Cryptos Supported: You earn Coins tied to the dollar. You withdraw as Bitcoin or Doge.
  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • 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: 8/16/2021
  • Payouts: Pays direct to your Bitcoin wallet
  • Minimum Withdrawal: No minimum, but there is a withdrawal fee.

Qoinpro.com: Unfortunately, QoinPro announced it is shutting down. But, the company also said it is focused on returning balances. As of this writing, I’m not sure if means just deposits, or any of the free daily coins the site was paying out, too. If you have a balance with them, the company said that you’d be able to convert everything to Litecoin and withdraw. I’m keeping an eye on the site and will update this entry, but if you have a balance, I encourage you to keep an eye on them, too.

  • Last Checked: 8/16/2021

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308 thoughts on “Get Free Bitcoins from 23 Faucets That Pay

  • bonusbitcoin.co doesn’t work for me anymore 🙁 thanks for the nice list man – otherwise they’re working very well!
    i got the problem in the past (until today), that many faucets were scam but i found a good overview with essential information without scrolling that much. I’ve test them and all faucets are working also very well. until now. many are known, but maybe there is something new for one or the other: http://www.bitcoin-area.eu

  • As a business inclined individual I hated just staying home, saving all my pensions and not being able to make use of it to make more money so I went on looking for an investment, I tried binaryoptions and forex, lost some money to that and took sometime off the online investment thing and after a while I stumbled on nation-crypto()() com. I invested a little in it and after a while when I was sure it was all real I kept on increasing my investment, I made a heavy profit when bitcoin fell because I was advised to invest more at that time and lock it down, I sold most of it last week at the rate of 9,200$ and I bought at the rate of about 7100. When you have a good platform like nation-crypto()() com. You can actually make profits without stress.

  • The easiest way to earn cryptocurrency is with bitcoin faucets. All you do is solve simple tasks and earn free coins. There are a lot of bitcoin faucets. For starters, I recommend Moon bitcoin (moonbit.co.in) and Cointiply (cointiply.com). If you want to increase your daily bitcoin earnings x10, you have to use faucet bots. For starters, I recommend FaucetHelp bots (faucethelp.com).

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  • Great detailed information! Unfortunately swiss and multicoin faucet seem down.

    To me you’re missing out if you don’t have Rollercoin and Free Litecoin and Free Bitcoin Cash (last two are only for Android phones.

  • For me as a person that is in cryptocurrency and interested in that it was useful and expecially for beginners in cryptocurrency. I started a few months ago with MotoCoin it has tis own features that helps to cope with that fast and convenient.

  • Excellent article! Great choice of excellent faucets.I have enjoyed reading it and a have to say pretty helpfull.For those new users of bitcoin and the vast cryptocurrency world its every pointer to the right direction in understanding and using it.For a person lost in the idea of a crypto currency every information comes handy.

    1. I’ve got a withdrawal out with BitcoinFaucet.fun now and am watching for it.

      I don’t know what to make of BitSoapBox.com yet. It makes my eyes bleed, but I’ll see if I can suss it out.

  • I agree with you about cointiply : by far the best.

    I have recently found it and i was surprised of how easy it was to accumulate on it just by answering surveys. You also find the clasic lottery, games and others tricks to gain satoshi, but the surveys pay really well compare to any other faucet website. (which i found boring)

  • Aaaand now BonusBitcoin has cut their payout down by a third, ~40 satoshi to ~28 satoshi average as of a couple weeks ago. Still the highest-paying, if you go there every 15 minutes, and they still allow you to tap the average every time rather than waiting for a jackpot of a few thousand to bring earnings up to that average.

  • The most easiest and free approach to earn bitcoins online is by utilizing effectively a Bitcoin faucet. 

    The great thing about these faucets is that the coins you gather from all these faucets are collected in a common wallet called Cryptocurrency microwallet. Another great thing is that you can also exchange currencies inside the coinpot wallet instantly, so that you can exchange all the various currencies to one currency, say bitcoin cash.

    1. What they’ve said publicly is that their certificate failed to auto-renew, but that was quickly fixed. You may want to clear your local caches. I can reach it, but I’ve seen some scattered reports from others who can’t reach it, too.

  • Hello again — I recently got my first payment from Cointiply. They let you withdraw to FaucetHub after 35,000 Coins ($3.50, about 55,000 satoshi at present), to a Dogecoin wallet after 50,000 Coins, or to a Bitcoin wallet after 100,000 Coins; I chose the second option. And I have finally given up on FreeBitCo.in and FreeDoge.Co.in after, what, four years or so. I do appreciate their ad-free nature (I have gotten very quick with the Command-~ Command-W to get rid of pop-under ads on Cointiply), but they have knocked their base payments down to 1/3 of what they used to be, and I’m not going to pay to gamble in order to bring them up. Heck, I’ve been getting more value lately just from the free CoinPot tokens I get as a bonus for using the Moon* sites than I have from these two sites! I finally got my balances above their withdrawal thresholds (which kept moving the goalposts annoyingly on FreeDoge.Co.in), so I cashed out and left the table. So long, and thanks for all the fish.

  • It looks freebitco.in implemented another restriction. Users who dont gamble can newly activate hihjest bonuses. In my case, I can not activate 100 and 50 REWARD POINTS / ROLL. 25 works. It states :”Sorry, you are not eligible to redeem this bonus, please pick a smaller one. Play MULTIPLY BTC and buy lottery tickets to be eligible to redeem larger bonuses.”
    (i stated it here too and other guys in some topics have the same problems. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=319540.5480 ). Seems like antibot measure. Shame they dont announce all changes officially, i believe this bad changes will make users upset and go after them in the end.

    1. I withdraw directly from CoinPot, manually. Payments have been working fine from there. It sounds, though, like you were on auto withdrawal? There may have been a change with those.

      But check on your CoinPot balance.

  • Hi Bryan,

    I just registered on your website. Great list! I was wondering about the list of faucet sites you mentioned above, can you collect from these sites with the use of any mac laptop or mac computer? Am sorry, it’s a stupid question, I am just new to the Mac world and planning to buy a secondhand Macbook pro for collecting coins. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Cheers!

    regards,
    Benjie

  • Hey Bryan en volgers,
    Ik ben kortgeleden betaald door deze faucet.
    https://yannik.biz/?ref=53934
    Heel gemakkelijk te doen en bijna geen ads, en geen redirects.
    Dit zijn de claim rates voor het moment:
    after 10 minutes = 6 Satoshi
    after 15 minutes = 8 Satoshi
    after 30 minutes = 14 Satoshi
    after 1 hour = 23 Satoshi
    after 4 hours = 43 Satoshi
    after 1 Day = 100 Satoshi

    1. Sorry mistranslation previous message
      Hey Bryan and followers,
      I was recently paid by this faucet.
      https://yannik.biz/?ref=53934
      Very easy to do and almost no ads, and no redirects.
      These are the claim rates for the moment:
      After 10 minutes = 6 Satoshi
      After 15 minutes = 8 Satoshi
      After 30 minutes = 14 Satoshi
      After 1 hour = 23 Satoshi
      After 4 hours = 43 Satoshi
      After 1 Day = 100 Satoshi

  • Hi Guys,
    watched your postings for quite a while, and I am engaged in some of Bryans favourites (esp.Cointiply-which I joined early and really love it). Today I like to draw your attention to a new Mining-Site, where I joined a few days ago and which seems to be legit. [link snipped, thanks. – Bryan]

  • Hi Bryan. How are you? I am not sure if you are aware, but for the past few days, the Moon Bitcoin Cash has been down. I have just found out that they closed the old website and opened this new one – [Link] . I am not sure how legit it is but I will be testing it out to see how well it works. Cheers.

    1. Thanks, John. I’ve been watching the old domain and appreciate the heads up. It does appear to be legit, as it’s tied to CoinPot properly. I fear everyone will have lost their loyalty bonus, though. And unfortunately, I’ve never found the Moon folks to be all that responsive to email support.

      1. You are most welcome. I sincerely hope you will use my referral link on the new website. Unfortunately, you are correct regarding the loyalty bonus. Very sad having to start all over but it is what it is. Keep up the wonderful work. I have just registered on to Cointiply . I am glad that you listed it as I had never heard of it.

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  • Hi again. Would I ask, if somebody else have so many redirects with so many antivir alerts on this top mentioned new server cointiply.com. And 2nd, I just opened page http://moonbit.co.in and right on home page antivir alerts. too . I suppose these are false alarms… (from thes 3 webs..)?

    1. I can’t speak for faucets, but the popunder networks often have malware ads. I personally run the free version of Avira (antivirus software) and just use command-w on my Mac to close popunders as fast as I can. I’ve yet to use a faucet that doesn’t have some of that, save for Freebitco.in because they have no ads.

  • Greetings (all),
    ty Brian for nice web. I just want to ask – on FreeBitco.In, recently my base payout decreased to 50 %. I.e. I have now 12 Satoshis claim per base roll (0-9885), while “9886 – 9985” roll has “right” fraction of 200$ 1st price 245 Satoshis (1st prize is 2446594 Satoshis). Any have same experience? I suspect that it is due to my signing up do FreeDogeco.In – it happens day or two after I have begun claim free doge together with BTC, just after FreeDogeco.In wanted me to confirm my e-mail. Thanks for any answer in advance. Ps: I tried to contact FreeBitco.In (FAQ), but no response for now..

    1. They appear to have cut that bottom tier of prize for many users today, but not everyone—and I don’t yet know why. It wasn’t, though, because you joined Freedoge.co.in. In the past, this company has been very transparent about why they made changes, and I’m hoping we find out more from them.

      1. Ty for extremely fast answer! 🙂 I just see I did mistake in your name, sorry 🙂 (im not born English speaker so i make many mistakes).

  • Bryan! Great list. I wonder if you can get my faucet onto it, too.
    Name: BTC Drip, http://btcdrip.net/
    8 Sat / 10 min, 5% ref, direct payout to Faucethub
    There’s not many ads so that you don’t feel overwhelmed and we included eSports and crypto news to kill time 🙂

    Have a fantastic Sunday 🙌

  • Hey Bryan, love the site and everything you’re doing here. Here’s a faucet I think you check out.
    [I have the link – Bryan]

    Lots going on between the “mining” game, the missions, daily bonus and getting litoshi for completing the captcha. Pays through faucethub and I received my first payout.

    Keep up the great work!

    1. I hear you there. I’m also not a prude, but also don’t care for the porn ads. That said, I’ve seen them on every faucet except the gambling-supported faucets that don’t run ads at all. Even the Moon family—the most successful ad-supported faucet I’ve seen—recently served me up a full window (somewhat alarming) porn site in a popunder ad.

      What I’ve also seen, though, is that faucets tend to rely less on those kinds of ads the more established they get. For instance, that Moon ad I mentioned was a relative rarity.

      Now all that said, have you written to Cointiply to mention it? They seem open to feedback from what I’ve seen.

      1. Interesting observation, that porn ads tend to be associated with faucets just getting started; if so, I guess Cointiply is getting its feet under it, because the porn ads have almost entirely disappeared in the past week or two (just a couple of relatively mild suggestive dating site ads are left). The difficulty of their SolveMedia puzzles fluctuates, but the instances when I click through a dozen trying to find one that’s solvable and then give up are also becoming less frequent. After about nine days I’m 1/5 of the way to their 35,000 “coin” payout level, which seems roughly commensurate with, say, FreeBitcoin. (I’m only doing the faucet.) So, seems worth doing. Thanks!

  • How do you claim from the GetCoinFree faucet? There are games, auto-mining, and an offer wall, none of which I have time for, so I clicked “Limited Faucet.” This says “Earn 0.00000003 to 0.00000005 BTC every 1 minutes”, which is hardly high-paying; you solve the captcha-ish thing and click a tiny button labeled “Claim”, and it throws a bunch of pop-over/under windows at me and my balance doesn’t go up. What did I miss in a faucet you say is “the highest paying by far”?

    Also, be warned that Cointiply, in addition to offering only impossible SolveMedia captchas (at least at present), displays a lot of pornographic ads, so consider it NSFW.

    1. Heya Looper! The Limited Faucet is there faucet—and they change it all the time. They’ll move it to 60 minutes with very high payouts, and then down to 1 minute with awful payouts. Then up to 15 minutes with really good payouts, then back down to 5 minutes. I thought I removed “high paying” from their description in my last update—I’ll over the guide to make sure it doesn’t say that now.

      Did you check out Cointiply?

      1. Hi — yes, I did, but as I noted it put up a lot of porn ads so I will have to tap it only when there are no kids (or wife!) in the house. And as far as I can tell, a “coin” is a tenth of a cent, so you have to pile up $3.50 worth of coins to take a payout — that would take forever on some faucets (better part of a year), so I’ll have to see how it shakes out here. As always, thanks for this webpage and its updates; I only bother with the Moon* sites, FreeBItcoin and FreeDogecoin, and BonusBitcoin, but I’ll keep going with Cointiply until I get the feel for its payout pace. (Free*Coin sites, by the way, still never pay their top three advertised prizes, with 99.9%+ mathematical certainty.)

      2. A lot of faucets seem to have more of that when they’re new. I’m hoping they dump them some day—I had a doozy of a popunder on Moon the other day, too. Back on Cointiply, I hit a withdrawal quickly using the offerwalls so I could test their payments. Did the same thing originally on BitGames. Do let me know what you think.

      3. Quickie impression — so far so good. Of six prize tiers, I hit the third highest (2% odds) on the third try, and I’ve already hit the prime-number bonus once, so it certainly looks at least as good as advertised! The expectation value of your winnings over many tries, summing over all six prize levels, is only 50% higher than the base, so it is reasonable to think that they may actually let you win the jackpot. The jackpot prize is only 2000 times larger than the base prize, and the odds are 100,000:1; contrast this with FreeBitcoin and FreeDogecoin, where the jackpot is 100,000 times the base and the odds are (supposedly) only 10,000:1 — for those odds, your expected winnings are thirteen times the base! So there’s no way the Free*coin faucets can actually afford to let you win the top prize levels. Still worth going to, even if only the bottom three prize tiers are ever awarded and the expectation value is only 20% higher than the base; the base is still reasonably good.

        With regard to the prize value on Cointiply, a “coin” is a tenth of a cent; it’s converted to satoshi when you make a withdrawal, at the then effective rate. As I write this, the base prize amounts to 59 satoshi, which as you noted compares favorably with others (FreeBitcoin: 25, BonusBitcoin: 50, MoonBitcoin: ~30). Just don’t let your balance, quoted as a decimal Bitcoin value, fool you: I thought “98072 satoshi after one day?!?”, but they quote it to ten decimal places rather than eight as is usual, so it’s only 980.72 satoshi. Still not half bad!

      4. We’ve chatted about this before, but I’ve long just assumed Freebitco.in pays just the first three prize tiers—meaning my findings match yours! I’ve personally won 700 satoshis on Cointiply. Their flatter prize structure is one of the things I like about them. That and the prime bonus. 😀

        As always, thanks for offering everyone your thoughts. You’ve been so much help to our guide over the years.

      5. You’re very welcome — I’m happy to “pay it forward” as I am able, since you are the one who introduced me to faucets a few years back (wish I’d gotten onboard in about 2009, but oh well). I have to add one major caveat about Cointiply regarding their captcha system. FreeBitcoin uses ReCaptcha, which can be a hassle but is always legible; FreeDogecoin, BonusBitcoin, and the Moon* group let you toggle between that and SolveMedia’s verbal puzzles. However, Cointiply only offers SolveMedia, and right now it is stuck in a cycle of absolutely impossible ones; it’s not words or phrases for which you can fill in the pieces you can’t read, but random letters smeared so severely that most of them are unrecognizable. Their base payout of 50 coins is worth a nickel; I’m willing to spend a few seconds earning that nickel, but not minute after rninute clicking through captchas trying to find one I can solve. SolveMedia puzzles can be quite reasonable, but when they get like this you really need the option to switch to ReCaptcha, and Cointiply is useless right now since it fails to offer that option.

  • Hello fellow bitcoin miners and faucet Lovers.
    My name is DarkFairys and I latterly never drop a referral link but felt this was the right place for it.
    as there not listed above

    So looking through this list I notice 2 great bitcoin faucets sites missing.

    [Edit: We don’t link to casinos – Bryan]

    The second site is a huge Pokemon ripoff called “Pokebits” but it is a ton of fun to train and battle you pets… there is also a ton missions to keep you busy.
    Also they do pay out.

    [Edit: Link copied. – Bryan]

  • Very useful information for earning cryptocurrency !

    I have tried swissadspay, they pay me 20000 out of 80000 satoshis and I just waiting the 60000 satoshis payment !

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    1. They’ve been quite behind on payments, but recently began catching up. They’re still behind with me, but I personally expect them to make good on the outstanding balances.

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  • I would like to inform you that of the famous Moon Faucets there is now also a “moon cash”.

    Here is also another faucet, worth it.

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    1. Thanks for the heads up, frencus! I signed up using your referral link. And thanks for catching that cut and paste error—it’s fixed. I appreciate all eyes on this beast of a list. I’ll check out your other find, too.

  • Thank you for the nice list! I just wanted to let you know that I have been waiting for 109 verge from earncrypto since December 20. I have tried to contact them on their site and twitter and have not received a response. I did receive 17 digibyte in just a couple hours Friday night, so they are paying some. I have noticed on twitter that other users are waiting for higher payouts from them as well.

      1. Do you happen to have a support ticket linked to your payment? I have one linked to my payment that I am waiting on and I think that could be the issue. They posted an update around the beginning of the year saying that they would need to respond to each ticket that is linked to a payment before that payment could be sent. I requested some dogecoin last night and received those in about 2 hours. I will let you know if I ever receive the verge payment.

    1. Thanks for the note, frencus. They added several other coins earlier this week because transaction fees for Bitcoin have gotten so high—but I hadn’t seen they removed Bitcoin. I suspect it will be back if and when transaction fees get back to normal. I’ll update the description with my next update to the guide.

  • You might want to adjust the amount these sites gives us for the actual numbers are in many cases 10x lower than what you write down there. I understand that you base your article on half truths as these sites are legit and you get some with referrals but you still should not inflate what we get.
    Ie after trying moonbit.co.in for more that 24 hours all I got is abt 90 satoshi which is abt 1-2 satoshi/hour which is just horrible -16 mins 36 since last claim just now and still at 0 satoshi. This is nowhere the claimed amount on your article of abt minimun 15 satoshi/5min. If you wanted to say that the minimum amount that we can claim is 15 satoshi than don’t put in where there is supposed to calculate the amount/min/h. Bc the referrals it is though convenient to you to let things confused as they are.

    1. Hi Atomics, and thanks for the note. I update the descriptions as often as I can. Every amount listed was true when I listed or edited it. Volatile crytptocurrency markets and ever-evolving faucets make it impossible to keep everything completely up to date, but I work quite hard in keeping everything as up-to-date as possible, with a primary focus on “Does this faucet pay what and when it says it will?” Any discrepancy in what’s on my list and what a faucet is paying out is a product of change, not intent to inflate.

      And FWIW, my favorite is when a faucet changes something later in the same day when I’ve updated the list. GetCoinFree comes to mind, as they frequently change their payout structure. 😀

      Moon—like Freebitco.in—keeps their payouts closely pegged to the dollar. As crypto prices rise and fall throughout the day, their payouts rise and fall, too. I’m currently seeing Moon paying out 12 satoshis after one hour, plus one’s loyalty bonus. And to your point, it’s down to 2 satoshis after five minutes (plus loyalty). I’m about to do a quick update for that and some other changes. The Doge sites, for instance, have all sharply curtailed payouts as Doge has leapt higher.

      Thanks again for the note, and I hope you find the list useful.

  • Bryan, what’s the minimum upload/download speed of a connect for some of those ‘wallets’ and why do I need to UPLOAD 5 gigs a day? I have a real world 5Mbs Down and a puny .5Mbs UP (who cares about up?? Right?) Am I screwed? It would hijack all my practical bandwidth for other things like Youtube surfing, right? I do have 2 other older Mac Pros around – but it’s the bandwidth screwing me, right? signed, Three (Bit)Coins In The Fountain.

    1. Hey CudaBoy, I don’t know why a wallet would need to upload anything—but, you don’t have to actively run your wallets 24/7. They don’t even have to be running to get a cryptocurrency sent to your address. All a wallet is doing is accessing the part of the blockchain that represents your stuff. Cryptocurrency sent to an address you own is received whether or not your wallet is running at the time.

      Did I answer your question properly. Holler if not.

      1. Thank-you. I think I was misunderstanding the role of the ‘wallet’, but was referencing certain req.s listed online for certain wallets and got flustered. Especially the ‘upload’ part, wtf? Can you recommend a wallet for me? I’m mid 2010 5,1 Mac Pro tower running Sierra 10.12.6 (in case that matters) thru 6mbs earthlink DSL. (grandfathered in to an old way inexpensive 1996 plan) No smartphone. Thanks, Bryan – best to your clan this season!

  • Is anyone having trouble with “captchas” on some of these faucets? It seems Moon and Bonus Bitcoin have serious issues with “captchas”. Or are they just regulating what they give out. You can do many correct “captchas” without getting the the amount promised.

    1. The CAPTCHA systems are mostly independent (MultiCoinFaucet and FreeBitco.in use homegrown systems at least some of the time. Google’s RECAPTCHA and SolveMedia’s system sometimes ratchet their difficulty up tremendously. I’ve never found anything official on this, but I think they do it when they’re under attack by botnets.

      Either way, my understanding of how this works is that there’s no way for a faucet to use a third party system to limit their payouts.

      Wait, there’s always a caveat. Some faucets have stupid levels of CAPTCHAs, which is why I note it in my descriptions. Those faucets can be annoying, and ironically, I’ve seen a correlation between onerous CAPTCHAs and lower payouts.

      And another caveat: I also get a lot of false positives from Google’s RECAPTCHA. It’s annoying, and I have no idea what they’re doing. With Moon and Bonus, you can switch between SolveMedia and RECAPTCHA. I do so whenever one or the other is being annoying.

    2. Another note: being signed into a Google account in the browser you’re doing your faucets makes RECAPTCHA easier to complete—and sometimes it won’t even require anything more than checking the box.

    1. I don’t partake in their gambling services, I use the faucet only, and have for years. The same is true for any other faucet in our list. I’m only testing and using the faucets themselves. 🙂

    2. Yes it is a gambling website. However, non gamblers still use the website and earn substantial amount of bitcoins. I have to admit that I use the faucet and it’s cool compared to other website that have multiple pages before claim. This particular website use only one page before a user receive his/ her claim. That’s flawless!!! No tricks!

    1. I don’t use them myself because I have control issues. 😂 I’d rather manage my own faucets, thank you. But, I don’t have anything against them, per se. They’re serving each one up with an affiliate link (like our faucet links are affiliate links), which is what they get out of it. One more note: when I have messed around with rotators, I’ve found them to be buggy. But that’s been a while.

  • Hey Bryan,

    Happy $500 billion market cap day!

    My name is Steve with BitDigger and I wanted to share our chrome plugin with you:

    [Snip – Got the link. I’ll check it out. Thanks, Bryan]

    1. I did some casual research and immediately ran into my #1 problem: I don’t send Bitcoins to faucets. I found references to both being ponzi schemes—I haven’t exhaustively researched either company, but there are definitely ponzi-like elements to both. I personally wouldn’t get involved with them.

    1. Hey Spectar: looking at their payouts, there’s almost no way they’re actually paying out. I haven’t tested them yet, but the first two appear to be faucets that ran dry. The third one (ltcbox.in) is not longer accessible.

      Have you had experience with them?

      1. yea…i tried withdrawing on dogebox and it wrote “unknown error”…so i had to drop the rest…box.in – their faucets are fake

    1. Got it. I’ve been meaning to start testing that one for a while, but haven’t gotten to it yet. I need to trim the faucets that have become very low performing, too. Thanks, frencus!

      [Edit: I got the URL, even though our filters stripped it out. Thanks again.]

    1. Thanks, frencus. I’m testing them now. They say they send to FaucetHub daily, at 9:00 PM Pacific. But, I was able to start claiming before adding my address to FaucetHub—usually FaucetHub runs a check before you can claim. So, we’ll see!

    1. I haven’t tested this particular cloud miner, but I’ve never seen a cloud mining operation that was profitable for anyone other than the provider. They way to think of it is this: if they could mine at a profit, they wouldn’t “sell” time on their miners. They’d just mine and keep the profit.

      That’s my two cents on the topic. Your mileage may vary.

  • Hi Bryan sir,
    I came to know about bitcoin recently and I want to earn some by faucets. Your list will help me. Many thanks for your help. I have 2 doubts, I don’t have computer can I use them on mobile phone and mobile internet. Also any android phone apps working which can help me collect bitcoin.
    I want to know. Using phone can I earn like 10k santoshi per day which Is very big for me for my education fees.
    Regards
    Abrar

    1. Most of the faucets work on mobile phones. Many offerwalls do, too, but not all. I’m not sure about earning 10K satoshis per day, but doing the offerwalls on Bitgames.io is surely one of the best ways to earn Bitcoin.

    1. Hi whitae, that’s a gambling site only, yes? I’ve not been able to find a faucet there, and I only write about faucets. I don’t have anything gambling, but our focus with this guide is faucets. Let me know if I’m missing something.

  • qoinpro.com is a scam. They pay out if you can manage to eventually get the faucet high enough to do so (which is very difficult even with tons of referrals), and they have been scamming people (including myself) left and right lately by sending emails asking folks to deposit BTC to their wallet to claim BTG and BCH from the Segwit fork…

    This is my post on Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2385900.0

    If anyone has any idea how we can take this mofo down along with his website (which we believe is currently a solo operation), please feel free to get in touch with me (Jared – [email protected]) and Mario ([email protected], was taken for ~.5 BTC). We’re out for blood.

    1. Hi Jared, I’ve personally withdrawn—successfully—Bitcoin and some of the altcoins accumulated. I can only speak to my own experience, but it’s hard for me to see Qoinpro as a scam.

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    [Links removed for testing]

  • I found this quite new bitcoin faucet: http://cryptoaddicted.biz
    I already received two payouts. I think it’s very interesting, it includes also a lottery, an affiliate program with 25% commission and a blog. Then, it gives a loyalty bonus and some other extra bonus. I think you should try it and write a review.

    1. You’re mining using people’s CPUs without permission. Until that changes, I won’t add you. CPU mining costs users orders of magnitude more in electricity than they will get, and I don’t recommend it.

      1. Hi Bryan. Thank you for signing up through my referral link. You are the best.

        I would like to inform you that I have come across another faucet site – https://www.sadomi.com/?ref=johnthuku0 but I am not sure how valid it is as it is paying 50 satoshi per roll and 300 satoshi through its faucet so a user can receive upto 350 satoshi per hour. You may or may not decide to join this site.

        Again, thank you for all the good work.

      2. Hi Bryan. I just wanted to inform you to please ignore the faucet that I had listed above – https://www.sadomi.com/?ref=johnthuku0 Apparently, my anti-virus caught it trying to mine using my CPU . Also, they had reduced the faucet claim from 300 to 100 satoshi. Anyway, I hope you are enjoying your vacation. You deserve it for all the work you do.

    1. Hi Bryan. Just a heads up. It looks like https://www.sadomi.com/?ref=johnthuku0 isn’t the only site that is trying to mine other people’s CPU. Other websites such as https://www.bitemplum.cloud/?r=120 (already on your list) and http://moonbit.co.in/?ref=688c98462a7e (also stated on your list) are also using Coinhive to mine CPU’s in the background. Might this possibly be the future of faucets? Anyway, I leave it up to you on whether or not to join https://www.sadomi.com/?ref=johnthuku0 . Cheers.

    1. Thanks for the report! Many of the FaucetHub faucets periodically run out of funds, but this is the first time I’ve seen this particular one do so. I’ll drop a note if they top off again, or remove them if they stay dry.

      Cheers, and thanks again. 🙂

  • hello everyone , new faucet great and very fast payout 0.5doge every 5minute

    Link : [link – I’ve sent some questions to the site operator of this faucet. I’ll be adding it once those questions are answered. – Bryan]

  • For me the best is [BoxBit.co link in article]

    Open a box and win satoshi, if you do not like the awards you can try again, then click the captcha and wait 10 minutes to open again.

    There are 25 boxes with various awards and a special prize of 55556 satoshi.
    Very good!

  • Hi Bryan can you please make a list of free btc mining sites. I recently signed up in startminer.com. Its very fast but I don’t know whether its going to pay me or not. Mining on eobot.com is very slow.

    1. Anindita, in my experience, there’s no such thing as an actual “free” mining service. Even the for-pay cloud hashing services tend to never pay off. No operator is going to “sell” you hashing power at a price that would make you a profit when they could just profit from that hashing power themselves.

      I bet that’s not what you want to hear, but that’s my considered opinion on the subject. 🙂

    1. it’s either 30,000 or 50,000 satoshis—I’d look, but I’ve never gotten a payment from them. I think they’re either a scam or ran dry a long time ago. My next update will move them from the Testing list to the Warnings list.

    1. Hi BISHOPSOLO12, I was able to login on a browser on my Mac like normal. I haven’t tried from an Android device (they don’t have an iOS app yet). Note, though, that I get an error when withdrawing. I’ve written to the company and will report back what I learn.

  • Bryan can it be possible that I withdraw from jetcoin and they didnt credited to my wallet? or do you also known how to check if there is transaction in a wallet without login blockchain account? thank you. The reason is that ive withdrawn from jetco.in and when i share the link with a friend he said that they will not pay and i i told him ive withdrawn already he ask me to send him the wallet i withdrawn to for him to confirmed and when he check he said there is no transaction.

    1. I’ve never gotten a payout from Jetcoin or TopFan (two faucets I started testing at the same time). I suspect both of them are dead and I’ll be moving them to the warning list unless something changes soon.

      By the by, I use separate addresses for each faucet so that I can easily see who’s paying us. That’s the easiest way I’ve found to make sure of these things.

  • Thanks for adding our faucet to your list you can claim different currencies like bitcoin, bitcoin cash, dash, litecoin, dogecoin, primecoin, peercoin! From https://dayuzarce.com just select the currency you want to win! We give away between 0.5 – 3 dogecoin and 45k – 80k of blackcoin among other currencies!

    1. I don’t think that’s remotely possible through faucets, Anindita. If you are dedicated to the task, sites like Bitgames.io let you earn the most through doing tasks, but I’d be surprised if you could earn that much. If you can, tell us about it!

  • startreker8888, I can’t directly assist with any of these faucets. I’m a faucet user just like you, not an admin with them. That said, if you’re asking about Freebitco.in, they have never once missed a payment for me in years. Check to make sure you have auto-withdrawal enabled and have met the minimum withdrawal level. I think they also answer support questions, but can’t swear to it.

  • Hi BISHOPSOLO12, it’s interesting because I very recently got a payment from Qoinpro originally put through last year. I haven’t yet been able to get a new payment, though, and am watching them.

  • Please Bryan is qoinpro still pay? cause I’ve register and refer a friend who also registered but I’ve not received any mail to notify me that someone have registered through my link and my profile is still not deposits anything from them.

  • Greetings Bryan, i have been member of daily free bits for three weeks iclick my encash bottom and input my bitcoin account until my free btc has not arrive yet for more than a week can you please asist me on my dilemma ty.

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  • Thanks, John! I love doing this guide, in part because so many people find it helpful. There are so many scams out there, not to mention the faucets that launched with good intentions, but were abandoned when they didn’t work out as expected. Sorting the wheat from the chaff is a fun challenge, and I get a few satoshis in the process. So yay!

  • Hey John Thuku, thanks for the notes. I haven’t tested BTCClock, but it sure looks like a ponzi scheme to me. I don’t recommend sending money to a faucet—faucets are supposed to send us Bitcoins, not the other way around.

  • Hello Bryan. Here is an update on the claimwithme site. Turns out it was a scam. The owner has run away and has shutdown their Facebook page. Thank goodness I never invested anything in it. Hmm, it looks like FunArtem has also disappeared as well. Coincidence? Anyway, on another note, I have just come across the following site – [BTCClock]. What do you think about the site, Bryan?

  • Hey folks, MagicBitcoin never paid me. Worse, the faucet now redirects to malware sites.

    Anindita, I’m testing both of those faucets now. I’m skeptical because they both pay very well compared to other faucets. Increasingly, if a faucet is too good to be true, it’s dead or a scam. Hopefully these two will be the exception!

    Elthianan, thanks for the note. I updated their descriptions accordingly.

  • Bryan:
    Have you investigated other crypto-currancies? I have a friend who’s building a rig to mine those. A couple racks with numerous video cards, to do the hard number crunching. Apparently video cards for these kind of rigs are getting to be hard to come by.

    1. Hey geoduck, I missed your note until now. I’ve mined Bitcoin and several altcoins, though my mining days are in the past. Shoot me a note if you have any specific questions.

  • Hi everyone has any one had any experience with Magic Bitcoin Faucet
    Min Withdrawal is 30,000 ok reached that on 18th june did a withdrawal , said ok but currently as of 11.pm 30/6 still pending

    Anyone used [MagicBitcoin]

    Hasn’t cost anything

    PS myfaucet is gone cannot login for last 3 days lol

    Terry

  • Just registered with your referral FunArtem. Let’s see how this goes.

    Thank you for this great article Bryan. Really informative on which faucets to use for beginners such as myself. Keep up the good work.

  • @richboy, I did reach the minimum before calling it a scam. The withdrawal window doesn’t have a withdrawal button. My theory on MyFaucet.biz is this: make a faucet paying out more than 1,000 times any other faucet, but never actually pay out. Put a VIP purchase option on the faucet. Some small number of people will buy it thinking it will allow them to withdraw their balance. Sit back and wait. It’s in the very name, “MyFaucet.” We are his faucet.

    @looper, there is a real issue with Bitcoin on confirmations. The blockchain is being overwhelmed and needs to be overhauled to allow more transactions to go through, There are two warring factions, with some folks aligned with miners who want a system that benefits miners, and other folks wanting a system more beneficial to Bitcoin transactions. In the meanwhile, the miners are successfully jacking up transaction fees, even while the value of Bitcoin goes up. And delayed transactions are becoming ever more the thing. If you haven’t already, see if Gyft can cancel the transaction.

  • Have you been keeping an eye on transaction confirmation times? I’ve tried to do some “profit-taking” on the huge increase in BTC-to-USD value lately by buying a Gyft card, but the transaction has just been sitting there with zero confirmations in the blockchain for more than two weeks! Can’t cancel it, can’t force it to complete, so my BTC is just tied up, of no use to anybody. Please give us any insights you have as to which wallet clients have the intelligence to attach a large enough miner’s fee to transactions that they don’t get ignored; MultiBit HD failed me on this, and I didn’t know enough to check before it caused me a problem. You might also comment on the big run-up in miners’ fees and confirmation times that has accompanied the big run-up in BTC price.

  • Nice that you liked bitgames.io and you get your payment so fast… Only cant understand, why you didnt reg.like reff? Is that hard it? Is to be referal makes you poor? Huh… 😥

  • Terry, I call shenanigans on all of those things. If they could generate those Bitcoins, they’d generate them for themselves. That’s my take, at least.

  • Has anyone used
    Bitcoin Free Generation and Mining Tool where you enter your Bitcoin Wallet
    Select the amount of BTC you want to generate
    You can choose between 0.1 BTC and 5 BTC on some of them and then when it says it has generated the amount you asked for, it asks you to send them a miners fee to speed up the transaction

  • Thanks for the updates, Tessy—I’m still waiting for multiple payouts from AutoFaucet. On the one hand, they did send out multiple payments this weekend, but none of my pending payouts was included. One thing that concerns me about them is that they haven’t reduced payouts with the increase in the price of Bitcoin. So…I’ll keep watching.

    And I agree with Tessy, Terry. I commented above, but I’ll repeat: I don’t send money to faucets and cloud mining operations are inherently sketchy.

  • Hello my withdraw in autofaucet is till showing pending and yet to pay and for the notice of anyone use epay or faucethub there have being complain of them not paying out. my epay withdraw is pending too just hope they all pay.

  • hanson, I suspect shenanigans with the site you posted. Seemed too good to be true when I read it, and when I signed up and posted my own link, nothing happened.

    kaajinsh, I’ll check out the faucet you posted.

  • I suggest this syte aswell… Fau et/offerwall in one, i get 1000k satoshi in like 3h with surways, and tested on widraw -. Paying each 4h.

    [Testing link]

  • richboy, Freebitco.in and FreeDoge.co.in both peg their payouts to $200 – $0.002. It’s how they’ve stayed solid all these years—because they’re buying Bitcoin as they go, their costs remain constant.

    Note that while the top tier prize is officially pegged at $200, I’ve personally never seen anything higher than the third tier pay out.

    In any event, their payouts have always been tied to the price of Bitcoin and rise and fall accordingly.

  • Richboy, I do think myfaucet.biz is a scam. A brilliant one, at that. Even the name…

    I’ve got notes to that effect in the guide itself. I’m still watching it just because, but it was always too good to be true.

  • Hi richboy, autoclaim on AutoFaucet is a paid feature requiring Premium status or higher. I personally don’t recommend sending money to faucets, and I haven’t done so with AutoFaucet to test out the autoclaim feature.

    I note that ads get turned off when you buy Premium or higher status. If no ads, where’s the money coming from for visiting? That feels sketchy to me. At least with the free faucets, I know where the money is ultimately coming from (ads).

    If you haven’t bought a higher status, I don’t recommend doing so. If you have, I fear I don’t know how to turn on the autoclaim feature.

  • Er Zadar, I received my first payout from Claimers in 24 hours, which what they described. Tessy, I’m still waiting for my current payout, but AutoFaucet sent out more payments to other users since I posted last.

  • Tessy, I’ve had a withdrawal on AutoFaucet sitting for a while now. That happened once before, but when I canceled that withdrawal and re-withdrew it went through in minutes. I noticed their last payments went out on May 14th. I’m watching that. When I see new payments going out, I’ll resubmit and see what happens.

  • I’ll add something on on Claimers.io when I can, Er Zadar. The short version is that I’m testing and understand how it’s supposed to work, but haven’t yet gotten enough to confirm that they pay.

    I did reach the minimum withdrawal for MyFaucet.biz. The withdrawal mechanism doesn’t function properly. I have a ticket filed with them, but I’m not all that hopeful.

  • Cindy, I don’t send money to faucets. I suspect—but don’t specifically know—that it’s too-good-to-be-true at best or a ponzi scheme, at worst. The “comments” being posted seem awfully suspect, too, but your mileage may vary.

    I don’t know precisely what they’re doing, but I don’t send money to faucets. That’s my bottom line.

  • I’d say FreeBitco.in has been dethroned by MoonBit.co.in and BonusBitcoin.co, though it is still worthwhile. Notes on each:

    FreeBitco.in remains a steady performer, as you note. Per my calculations in the comments on your old article, I am well over 99% confident that they never pay more than the first three tiers of claims (1x, 10x, 100x baseline), so forget that $200 jackpot, or even $20 or $2. Ditto FreeDoge.co.in.

    MoonBit.co.in has a baseline payout about 75% of FreeBitco.in if you claim once an hour. However, their daily loyalty bonus rises by 1% for each day you claim at least once, maxing out at 100%, so the hourly baseline is 150% of FreeBitco.in after you’ve been claiming steadily for a few months. In addition a) the mystery bonus adds another 1%-100% of baseline with a fairly even distribution; b) you can boost the hourly take if you claim more than once per hour, though I’m not sure how much higher it can go since I don’t have the time to spare for a claim every five minutes; and c) because the payout continues to go up until you make a claim (I think it maxes out after 24 hours), your first payout after a gap of more than an hour will be bigger than usual, whereas it’ll be the same for FreeBitco.in after a gap. In all, I don’t bother to claim more often than once an hour from MoonBit.co.in, but I still get around twice as much from them in a week as I do from FreeBitco.in.

    BonusBitcoin.co is even better, with an average payout about 125% that of FreeBitco.in to begin with. (You say your average is lower than they quote; it will remain so until you hit the rare 5000 satoshi payout, which will yank your average up in a big jump. You can also choose to claim the average payout every time instead of a random value, and I have chosen this to have assurance of the amount I’ll receive.) More than that, though, you can claim up to four times an hour and, unlike MoonBit.co.in, the payouts are all the same size, not smaller for more frequent claims. This means, if you are stubborn enough to return every 15 minutes, you can get five times as much from BonusBitcoin.co as from FreeBitco.in! (Plus a daily bonus of 5% of your claims over the past three days, or about a 15% boost overall.) Also, the payout threshold can be as low as 10,000 satoshi, though they charge a fee of 1000 satoshi for payouts less than 50,000 satoshi. I have received one payout of 10,000 satoshi and one of 50,000 satoshi so far, as advertised.

    1. this guy is an idiot, he hasnt done any research on allot of these faucets, allot of them arent paying and havent been paying for montha dn months, i got paoid once form the instant faucets like 6 months ago and havent been paid since, but his guy claims he checks them all the time and updates them, allot dotn pay and never have paid, you are the biggest bullshitter ive ever seen just to get read and a couple thumbs up.lmao when peopl try them out and work on them for a month then dont get shit for their trouble, then il bet you get a ton of thumbs down, dumbass

    2. this guy is an idiot, he hasnt done any research on allot of these faucets, allot of them arent paying and havent been paying for montha dn months, i got paoid once form the instant faucets like 6 months ago and havent been paid since, but his guy claims he checks them all the time and updates them, allot dotn pay and never have paid, you are the biggest [profanity deleted] ive ever seen just to get read and a couple thumbs up.lmao when peopl try them out and work on them for a month then dont get [profanity deleted] for their trouble, then il bet you get a ton of thumbs down, [insult deleted].

  • Thanks for listing my faucets.
    Please be informed, that you also can sign in with BTC address.
    Then payouts are handled via Faucethub.io
    That means you have to register your BTC address at Faucethub in advance in order to get also immediate payout.
    The range of rewards is adjusted automatically depending on current BTC price.
    So if price go down, the reward will increase.
    Regards and enjoy.

  • Still no paynment from Beetle. Anyway, you can check this interesting social platform and faucet in one. Faucet is really good, the only minus – minimal withdraw 200k satoshis. But they can be collected pretty fast, and i got already a payment. So you should really try it. [Thanks for the link – Bryan]

  • 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.

    1. Posted by: Bryan ChaffinI 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.

      100%

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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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