Get Free Bitcoins from 42 Faucets That Pay


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Page 2 – Detailed Descriptions of Bitcoin Faucets that Pay

Cointiply Review

Contiply pays out to FaucetHub or direct-to-wallet. It’s the top-paying faucet in my Guide, and they have a “Cointiplier” feature that pays out more for those who use more of the site, especially offerwalls. Cointiply pays in Coins pegged to the dollar, with both dollar and satoshi value shown at the top of your page. The faucet isn’t weighted, either—I’ve won every prize except the jackpot, which is a 1:99,999 chance. Oh, and they pay out a 70 Coin bonus if you roll a prime number! 🤓 ❤

Cointiply Cointivity Dashboard with Cointivity Boosts for earning more

They have all the best offerwalls, and have become my top site for tasks-for-Bitcoin. Cointiply recently added Cointivity reward points, which can be used to unlock bonuses to your offerwall earnings. The jackpot was also made progressive, and I’ve seen it reach more than 400,000 Coins (US$40). Add Cointiply to your must-do list.

Moon Bitcoin Review

Moon Bitcoin adds 1 satoshi to its payout every few seconds. The longer you wait, the slower those satoshis get added, but they add up, maxing out in 24 hours. There’s also a loyalty bonus that adds 1% for every consecutive day you claim. It maxes out at 100%, meaning you can double your claims if you don’t miss a day. It pays out to CoinPot and has been operational for years.

BonusBitcoin Review

BonusBitcoin is straightforward, but you must register with a valid email address. It’s fast and is one of the best faucets, and now pays out to CoinPot.

Qoinpro.com Review

Qoinpro.com [is back online and showing balances – 10/12/2018]. They pay out coins every day to raise awareness. Refer your friends and get referral bonuses several layers deep. Recently automated withdrawals, added several Bitcoin forks, and is adding Ethereum in the near future. I strongly recommend signing up for this one.

FreeBitco.in Review

FreeBitco.in is a great Bitcoin faucet. It’s operated for years and pays on time every week. FreeBitco.in has bonuses that bring users even more value. [Update 7/20/2018: Freebitco.in has reduced its lowest tier payout to 1/3 of what it used to be as the company tries to shift its immense membership to its gambling games.]

The faucet works on a random “roll” that pays more the higher you roll. I’ve hit the third payout many times and the second tier many more. It’s heavily weighted to the lower payouts.

The first bonus is a weekly lottery where you get two lottery “tickets” with every roll. You can also buy tickets. There are 10 prizes every week—recently from 2 or more BTC. You also earn two Reward Points (RP) with every roll, and each RP is worth 2 satoshis, or you can trade them for goods or to activate boosts.

Bitgames.io Review

Bitgames.io has a lot going on. The main faucet is hourly, and pays out 200-2,000 “coins” tied to the value of Bitcoin. There are also tasks, surveys, offers, and promotions for the most active users. I’ve earned the most from letting videos play in the background. Recently redesigned – look for the pickaxe icon to get to the faucet. They pay within 24 hours.

Multi-coinFaucet.com Review

Multi-CoinFaucet.com has two faucets for Bitcoin and two faucets for Ethereum, and you’ll need an address for both to register. Both currencies have a “Roll Dice” faucet and a second faucet under the Earn pulldown menu. Do both once per hour. I recommend using FaucetHub or CoinBase for Bitcoin payouts. [Update 1/23/2018:Back payments continue going out. – Bryan]

SwissAdsPaysFaucet

SwissAdsPaysFaucet uses the same engine as Multi-coinFaucet and has a high payout. The minimum withdrawal is high, at 80,000 satoshis. [Update 1/23/2018:Resumed payouts! – Bryan]

CryptoMiningGame Review

CryptoMiningGame is a gaming faucet. The first thing is that the “game” doesn’t use your CPU—it’s not browser mining, though there is a browser mining option. Instead, you virtually “mine” Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Dash, Ethereum, and others by leaving their window open, starting off with just a little and doing more as you gain levels. Do Missions to gain XP and raise your level to earn more. There are additional cryptocurrencies you can earn, too. Make sure to do the daily Bonus. Payouts are through FaucetHub, twice a week.

TreasureBits Review

TreasureBits is a new FaucetHub faucet that pays instantly. There are Bitcoin and Doge options, plus other ways to earn, such as optional short links.

Allcoins.pw Review

Allcoins.pw is, as the name suggests, a multi-cryptocurrency faucet. They offer other ways to earn cryptocurrency, too. Straight forward, easy to use, pays out to FaucetHub on a manual withdrawal.

Bitfun.co Review

Bitfun.co pays in bitcoins while you play games with ads. They have offers, as well as gambling (that I’m not testing). Withdraw immediately to CoinPot.

FireFaucet Review

FireFaucet is an auto faucet, which means that it pays out very small amounts every few minutes without you having to do anything. The catch, so to speak, is you have to have the webpage open front and center for that to work. They also limit the number of claims you can make in a day, with various options for earning more claims. They pay out to FaucetHub on a manual withdrawal.

BitcoinFaucet BTC Review

BitcoinFaucet BTC is four faucets in one: Bitcoin, Dash, Bitcoin Cash, and Blackcoin. They’re fast, with manual withdrawals to FaucetHub.

DailyFreeBits Review

DailyFreeBits now pays out to FaucetHub with a minimum withdrawal of 500 satoshis. Register your Bitcoin address at FaucetHub to make those manual withdrawals.

BitcoinFaucet.tk Review

BitcoinFaucet.tk is another old school faucet that survived the faucet apocalypse. Load the page, enter your address, solve the CAPTCHA, submit. The site pays out every seven days on manual withdrawals. Minimum payout is 3,730 satoshis.

Fautsy Review

Fautsy pays instantly to FaucetHub. It’s a 5 minute faucet, so it doesn’t pay a lot per claim, but those claims are fast, and it’s worth adding to your routine.

Bitemplum Review

Bitemplum pays 15 satoshis per claim for 5 claims per day to Xapo. WARNING: Automines without permission.

Cardano Ada Faucets that Pay

FreeCardano Review

FreeCardano is the first Cardano Ada faucet Ive found. It pays 39,000 Lovelaces per claim, with a chance at higher payouts. You can also get a code from their Twitter account for one extra spin every 12 hours. Pays out to your Cardano wallet. Cardano Ada is a cryptocurrency I am very interested in. It has a lot of next-gen features (many still in development), and if they meet their targets, Cardano could be very useful.

Bitcoin Cash Faucets that Pay

Moon Cash Review

Moon Bitcoin Cash adds 1 satoshi to its payout every few seconds. The longer you wait, the slower those satoshis get added, but they add up, maxing out in 24 hours. There’s also a loyalty bonus that adds 1% for every consecutive day you claim. It maxes out at 100%, meaning you can double your claims if you don’t miss a day. It pays out to CoinPot. Recently moved to MoonBitcoin.cash.

Claim BCH Review

Forumcoin.win BCH is Forumcoin.win’s Bitcoin Cash faucet. Pays directly to FaucetHub. Use the short links to add significantly to your claim.

Dash Faucets that Pay

Moon Dashcoin Review

Moon Dashcoin is part of the Moon faucet family, and it adds dash every few seconds. The longer you wait, the slower those litoshis get added, but they add up, maxing out in 24 hours. There’s also a loyalty bonus that adds 1% for every consecutive day you claim. It maxes out at 100%, meaning you can double your claims if you don’t miss a day. All Moon faucets pay out to CoinPot, where you can exchange your altcoins for Bitcoin. That makes Moon Dash worth doing even if you don’t want Litecoin.

Dash-Faucet.com Review

Dash-Faucet.com pays out to FaucetHub requiring a manual withdrawal. Newly redesigned with a much cleaner interface. Pays out well, and each spin earns a lottery ticket, a feature I love.

Claim Dash Review

Claim Dash pays directly to FaucetHub. Has redirects. Use the short links to add significantly to your claim.

Litecoin Faucets that Pay

Moon Litecoin Review

Moon Litecoin is part of the Moon faucet family, and it adds litoshi every few seconds. The longer you wait, the slower those litoshis get added, but they add up, maxing out in 24 hours. There’s also a loyalty bonus that adds 1% for every consecutive day you claim. It maxes out at 100%, meaning you can double your claims if you don’t miss a day. All Moon faucets pay out to CoinPot, where you can exchange your altcoins for Bitcoin. That makes Moon Litecoin worth doing even if you don’t want Litecoin.

ClaimLitecoins Review

ClaimLitecoins pays instantly and directly to FaucetHub, and isn’t related to the site reviewed below. Has redirects and uses multiple CAPTCHAs. Pays pretty well, and the payout is flat (meaning a narrow spread between least to most).

Forumcoin Litecoin Review

Forumcoin Litecoin is a straightforward faucet. Visit the “Short Link” for a 600 litoshi bonus on each claim. Pays immediately to FaucetHub.

Dogecoin Faucets that Pay

Moon Dogecoin Review

Moon Dogecoin is the sister site to Moon Bitcoin and works the same way. There’s also a loyalty bonus that adds 1% for every consecutive day you claim. It maxes out at 100%, meaning you can double your claims if you don’t miss a day. All Moon faucets pay out to CoinPot, where you can exchange your altcoins for Bitcoin. That makes Moon Dogecoin worth doing even if you don’t want Dogecoin.

FreeDoge.co.in Review

FreeDoge.co.in is the sister site to FreeBitco.in, only it pays out in Dogecoin (you’ll need a Dogecoin wallet). This faucet works the same as its big sister, minus the Lottery and Rewards. [Update 7/20/2018:FreeDoge.co.in has reduced its lowest tier payout to 1/3 of what it used to be as the company tries to shift its immense membership to its gambling games.]

TreasureBits Review

TreasureBits is a new FaucetHub faucet that pays instantly. There are Bitcoin and Doge options, plus other ways to earn, such as optional short links.

Doge-Faucet.com Review

Doge-Faucet.com pays out to FaucetHub requiring a manual withdrawal. Newly redesigned with a much cleaner interface. Pays out well, and each spin earns a lottery ticket, a feature I love.

Eaglezz Dogecoin Review

Eaglezz Dogecoin pays out directly to FaucetHub, and uses a double CAPCTHA.

Ethereum Faucets that Pay

SwissAdsPaysEthFaucet

SwissAdsPaysEthFaucet is part of the MultiCoinFaucet family, but it focuses on Ethereum only. It’s also the highest paying Ethereum faucet. It has a lottery and other features.

MultiCoinFaucet Review

MultiCoinFaucet has two faucets for Bitcoin and two faucets for Ethereum, and you’ll need an address for both to register. Both currencies have a “Roll Dice” faucet and a second faucet under the Earn pulldown menu. Do both once per hour. Pays out to FaucetHub.

Ethereum-Faucet.org Review

Ethereum-Faucet.org pays out to FaucetHub requiring a manual withdrawal. Newly redesigned with a much cleaner interface. Pays out well, and each spin earns a lottery ticket, a feature I love.

Speedy Eth Review

Speedy Eth is part of the Forumcoin.win empire, and pays Ethereum directly to FauceHub. Use the shortlinks to add significantly to your claim.

EthereumFaucet.info

EthereumFaucet.info pays 400-5,000 gwei every 60 minutes, with a small chance to win more. It has some aggressive redirects, but it’s straight-forward. [Update 7/20/2018:Still testing.]

BitcoinFaucet Ethereum Review

BitcoinFaucet Ethereum is four faucets in one: Bitcoin, Dash, Bitcoin Cash, and Blackcoin. They’re fast, with manual withdrawals to FaucetHub.

Task Sites that Pay in Bitcoin

Cointiply Review

Contiply has a great faucet, but they also have several more than 16 offerwalls, including Tap Research, Adscend, MinuteStaff, Adgate Media, Revenue Wall, and several more. Every faucet pays out different rates for offerwalls, and Cointiply’s rates are higher than the other offerwalls I’ve tested. They also have ad-supported video games that pay you to play as well as videos you can watch for cryptocurrency.

Bitgames.io Review

Bitgames.io has a lot going on. The main faucet is hourly, and pays out 200-2,000 “coins” tied to the value of Bitcoin. There are also tasks, surveys, offers, and promotions for the most active users. I’ve earned more than a million coins with these tasks. There are also gambling games, which I don’t test. They pay within 24 hours of withdrawing.

BitcoinReward Review

BitcoinReward pays users for taking surveys, watching videos, or doing other tasks. I’ve done a bunch of tasks over the years, and BitcoinReward has consistently paid out for many years.

BitcoinGet Review

BitcoinGet is a good tasks-for-BTC site, and the longest operating service. In addition to videos and surveys, BitcoinGet has tasks and “offers.” Pay very close attention to those offers and make sure you’re doing what you think they’re doing. BitcoinGet has been stable for many years.

EarnCrypto.com Review

EarnCrypto.com is a dedicated offerwall and task site. What makes them unusual is that you can choose which cryptocurrency you want to earn. They support more than 50, too, making it easy to collect the cryptocurrency of your choice. Note that they have EngageMe.TV and CrowdFlower, two of my favorite offerwalls.

Testing

Bitcoin-Faucet.com

Bitcoin-faucet.com is straight forward faucet that just came back online. We’re testing anew for withdrawals.

BitcoinUpdate.net

BitcoinUpdate.net is a straight-forward FaucetHub faucet. At 25 satoshis per claim, it’s one of the best 5 minute faucets. The site says it pays daily to FaucetHub, which I am testing. Note that I am NOT testing any of their so-called doubling services. [Update 7/20/2018:Testing anew.]

Bitcoin Faucet Warnings

MyBitHouse shut down, but says they’re trying to pay backpayments.

CryptoFarmer is a scam. DO NOT DEPOSIT ON CRYPTOFARMER!I had fun building my farm for free but this site does not pay out.

BTC Matrix (no link) is nothing more than a ponzi scheme as near as I can figure out. I don’t recommend BTC Matrix—should I learn anything new, I will update this description.

Heads Up

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

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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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Rebecca Brooking

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.

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Francesca De Franco Collom
laska
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laska

One of the best faucets I found on the internet is crypto-games:
It is a casino but you do not have to deposit anything. You can only make profit from faucets there and it is fun to play.

davidson
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davidson

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.

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Seran Seran

I’d completely missed that! I’m editing the Guide accordingly.

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Сашо Ѓорески

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.

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Samarth Gupta

Hey Mac,what about btcsmash.io ,please review and tell us that it is genuine or not?

Love from INDIA

Blessed15
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Blessed15

Hi 2 comments
1, I have an outstanding claim for payment from https://bitcoinfaucet.fun . More than 3 weeks now.
2. Would you have an idea whether bitsoapbox.com are genuine or not?

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fractalzonecm

Please consider adding a complete NEM/XEM Faucet that runs over testnet and mainnet networks. https://xarleecm.com/es/mainnemfaucet

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Sugi Bond Len

Hi, Please reivew Earnmoneytalk and Firefaucet , thanks

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Frank Predo

Wonder full post it helps newbies to earn bitcoin free and i also a list to earn one bitcoin fast in few days.

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MauriceTrader

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)

taccio
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taccio

somebody hear anything about https://www.crazybitcoin.net faucet? They are launching also a Tron based faucet… Somebody is using it already?

looper
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looper

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.

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frencus

Big Btc win, is not so big.
the have insufficient funds to pay

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frencus

There is also an “Instant-Doge” faucet.
It looks like they are not paying.

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Meekin503

This is bad ass love this list thank you and u should add btcpop yo list