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
Cointiply Cointivity Dashboard with Cointivity Boosts for earning more

Cointiply Cointivity Dashboard with Cointivity Boosts for earning more


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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This article is helpful! Thank you! How much per day can one expect to earn from all these 33 faucets?

cirereta

Hello, you can also earn free satoshi every hour in this faucet: Torofaucet.com its a new faucet with good conditions and very easy to earn daily satoshis.

frencus

Hello everyone,
Does anyone know what’s going on with Firefaucet?

melaniestaines

That’s great. Why didn’t you receive your last payout?

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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.

laska

One of the best faucets I found on the internet is crypto-games:
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I’d completely missed that! I’m editing the Guide accordingly.

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