The Bitcoin Faucet Part 1

Bitcoin Dust

Bitcoin Faucets 2017After the first article How to get free Bitcoins – The Bitcoin Faucet List, I have decided to write about Bitcoin and Altcoin Faucets on a more regular basis because there is just so much information to cover!

I would highly recommend reading the other article first if you are new to Bitcoin, Altcoins and Faucets because the information here might make little sense.

If you already an experienced Faucet trooper than you welcome to advise the audience further below in the comment section.

 

This is going to be a very exciting series of articles because as you read you will:

  • Discover the potential of collecting bitcoins and altcoins absolutely free, with $0 investment required!
  • Have the advantage of knowing which faucets you can trust and which ones to avoid.
  • Find a red list for all the scams and a green list for all the legit ones that pay.
  • Complete tasks that will earn you Bitcoin and other Altcoins.
  • Find videos that will help you become more educated about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
  • Learn the advantages and disadvantages of faucets.
  • Learn strategies to earn different cryptocurrencies fast by using specific tactics and multiple faucets.
  • Learn about loyalty, referrals, tasks and mystery bonuses that can increase your claims by up to 1250% a day!
  • Learn about different kinds of wallets and micro-wallets, how they work, how to create and use them.
  • Learn techniques we use to find genuinely interested and active referrals.
  • Learn to build passive income streams and much more!

 

Please remember I will NOT be showing you any “get rich quick” schemes here!

A lot of what will be shared doesn’t require any experience nor any special skills but if you want to make good money it does take time, hard work, focus and dedication! Oh and a computer with internet connection of course 🙂

Some readers enjoy the finest details so I intend to deliver everything I’m learning and experiencing using faucets.

WHAT IS A BITCOIN FAUCET?


WHICH CRYPTOCURRENCIES SHOULD YOU COLLECT OR MINE?


Altcoins

Firstly there is a difference between mining cryptocurrencies and collecting from faucets.

For mining you need a contract or be able to supply your own mining equipment like CPU’s (Processors) and GPU’s (Graphics Cards).

Collecting from faucets only requires that you have a compatible Bitcoin / Altcoin e-wallet and a computer with internet.

 

WARNING – There are many fake e-wallet sites out there, if you not sure which ones you should use please leave a comment here for advice or contact support or you can leave a comment below.

One of the safest options is to buy a Ledger Wallet if you can afford one. For depositing larger amounts it is really worth it.

For Bitcoin we have used Coinbase, which also allows you to collect Ethereum and Litecoin.

Alternatively people like using Blockchain

In South Africa a lot of people recommend Luno.

 

DONT’SDo not get involved in any illegal activities online in any way! (black money). Coinbase, Blockchain and Luno addresses / accounts that claim black money can and probably will be frozen!

There are currently a lot of disgruntled individuals like gamblers, porn site owners and others trolling the forums that Coinbase has scammed them but they don’t want to admit how they got their Bitcoin or Altcoins, this seems to be the case with a lot of these complaints and frozen accounts.

Personally we have not had issues with Coinbase yet and have been using it for transactions no problem.

 

Are you excited and ready to begin collecting free bitcoins and altcoins?! 🙂

TASK 1


Signup with CoinPot.

CoinPot

CoinPot is a microwallet and accumulates your smaller collections until there is a significant amount to be transferred to your Coinbase account.

This microwallet can accumulate 3 different cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin.

The first 2 can be deposited into your Coinbase account but for the Dogecoin you will need to use a Dogechain Wallet.

 

Signup with these 3 most trusted, rated, user friendly and recommend Bitcoin & Altcoin Faucets currently online.

Moon Bitcoin

Moon Dogecoin

Moon Litecoin

Claim your first Satoshi, Dogecoin and Litoshi amounts by logging in and completing the reCAPTCHA security test.

You will be able to do this every 5 minutes with these three faucets! That’s right, no jokes.

If you do not collect every 5 minutes the amounts will still accumulate but slower and slower as time passes.

Ideally you want to claim at least once a day so you can build the “Daily loyalty bonus” that can go up to 100%.

Each time you claim there is also a “Mystery bonus” that will be random from 1% – 100%.

With loyalty, referrals, tasks and mystery bonuses you can get up to 400% extra with each claim.

Once you have referrals you will earn 25% – 50% on all their claims as well!

MOON BITCOIN REFERRAL COMMISSION – 50%

MOON DOGECOIN REFERRAL COMMISSION – 25%

MOON LITECOIN REFERRAL COMMISSION – 25%

This can easily become a lucrative passive income stream with the right strategy.

VIDEO – Doug Casey discusses the implications of Fedcoin & Bitcoin.


Hope you enjoyed this first part of The Bitcoin Faucet, learned something or gained some value.

The Bitcoin Faucet Part 2

 

Please feel free to comment below should you need help or have any questions.

You can also warn and help the community by reporting a scam faucet or similar site or if you have something interesting to share with the audience.

Will be glad to assist you in anyway I can.

Kind regards,

Kamil

 

9 Comments

  1. Joan

    http://www.badbitcoin.org great info site.

    My favorite faucet sites are:

    BEFORE YOU CLAIM from any faucet always REFRESH your webpage. I put these sites in a file in my browser and then open the file and them all at once…going from one site to the next claiming satoshi….then I keep the browser open repeating the process and refreshing each website before I claim satoshi again. I like this method over a faucet rotator.

    Moonbitcoin (login everyday faithfully and for each day get a 1% increase up to 100%)

    http://moonbit.co.in

    FreeBitcoin (earn also by depositing into your account won’t get rich but a steady income.)

    https://freebitco.in

    BonusBitcoin (change your claim setting to the average you will actually earn more that way)

    https://bonusbitcoin.co/

    TimeForBitcoin

    http://timeforbitco.in/

    Weathercoin Claim every 5 minutes at least 25 satoshi or a little more but in one hour that’s around 300 or more satoshi!

    http://weatherx.co.in/

    GetYourBitcoin

    http://getyourbitco.in/ Claim every 5 minutes. Faucet System and Faucet Hub

    WorldofBitcoin

    http://worldofbitco.in/ Nearly a twin to the website Getyourbitcoin.

    These sites above have all FAVORABLY ratings and reviews from others and they have paid me over and over.

    I am using other websites but won’t list them until I am more sure about them.

    I actually liked this website at first. Now, I am having difficulty with CoinExpress I have emailed the Admin every bit of info he needed along with funds to unlock the withdrawal button but he hasn’t, so steer clear of this site as I am not the only one with problems with CoinExpress. DON’T USE!!!!

    I use NetBusinessRatings, but I have found at least of couple of times I was scammed even though NetBusinessRatings were “PROMISING” or “NEW” . I would encourage others don’t use if “NEW” and you haven’t enough info on the owner or you can’t find where it is located and support is sloppy or non-existent. ASK QUESTIONS!!! It is your time and your money you are investing and if they don’t have answers run the other way!

    If you don’t want to be scammed then, don’t promote programs that are scams to get referrals.

    Reply
    1. Kamil (Post author)

      Hi Joan

      I really appreciate your input here and sharing these faucets, most of which I have used myself and can verify that they are safe and payout… for now! 🙂

      You might also enjoy this article and finding new faucets that I have already tested. Bitcoin Faucet List.

      We do have to be careful with new faucets because there are a lot of scam sites like claimwith.me

      Please feel free to share any information on this site regarding faucets and warn us if you see a scam being promoted as a legit site.

      Thanks again Joan.

      Regards,
      Kamil

      Reply
  2. Phil

    Hi there
    Thanks for the great review and you have done a great job in informing and bringing people up to date on the bitcoin industry.
    Its an industry that will become more and more popular as we go forward, but as you rightly pointed out there will be always someone out to scam and defraud us.
    I bought OneCoin shares some time ago and I am reading nothing but negative reviews and comments about this company online…
    Have you come across this company…..
    Cheers and thanks for the info
    PB

    Reply
    1. Kamil (Post author)

      Thank you kindly Phil.

      Will do my best to bring forth valuable information about Bitcoin and Altcoins, even though the article title is “The Bitcoin Faucet” a lot more will be discussed and revealed going forward.

      OneCoin has some future plans according to this article https://www.businessforhome.or… so it might still be to early to tell what will happen. 

      All cryptocurrency is volatile that is why I have decided to find methods to acquire it for free rather than investing money and faucets are a great strategy to start risk free.

      Regards,

      Kamil

      Reply
  3. Carthik

    Hi Kamil,

    That’s so much info on Bitcoin Faucet. Before reading your article, I thought it was too risky to invest in Bitcoin (though, it’s going to increase). Never knew that we can even get it for free through Faucets.

    Though this might take time, I think it’s a fair deal for people like me who are skeptical on investing our hard earned money. Thanks for sharing this info.

    Reply
    1. Kamil (Post author)

      No problem Carthik 😉

      Yes, there really is no risk involved because it doesn’t require any investment to get started. The amounts are very small but if you develop a strong referral foundation this can become a very lucrative stream of passive income over time.

      Always here to help if you need any.

      Regards,

      Kamil

      Reply
  4. tiada

    Hi Kamil, I am looking for a Bitcoin faucet which no need to input captcha, any recommendation?
    Thanks!

    Reply
    1. Kamil (Post author)

      Hi Tiada

      Yes, most of them will have captcha unfortunately but I can recommend the following faucets that don’t have a captcha:

      Satoshi Wars it’s like an rpg game.
      Qoin Pro receive coins daily without doing anything.
      Smurfgo

      I will add them asap into the faucet list and try to find some more fun games that pay Bitcoin 🙂

      Regards,
      Kamil

      Reply
  5. JL BTC PTC

    Hi there,
    Bitcoin price is increasing day by day and becoming more valuable.
    This list is very helpful to whoever wants to earn Bitcoin.

    Reply

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