HoneyBitcoin #6 – This is a new view pages for Bitcoin site, similar to #1, #3, & #4. The payouts are less, but it has a decent variety of ads. The site is in spanish, but if you use Google Chrome like I do, it auto translates most of the relevant text.
ABitBack #2 – Complete Surveys (I did a 5 minute one on beer that paid .0047BTC), Watch Videos for very decent amounts of Bitcoin. Payout in BTC, Steam, Amazon, etc. A phone number may be required for verification. In my opinion, pays out large amounts of Bitcoin more reliably than any other.
I stayed up late tonight, by my hours about 3:00 as I write this. Bitcoin has hit virtual parity with Gold, hitting a high of 1242 on Mt. Gox. I can’t tell if this his history in the making, or a bubble about to burst. This much growth is unrealistic, dangerous, and scary. Never-the-less, I am filled with a childish joy, a mirth gone abandoned. This is FREE MONEY. No, not free as in “free beer,” but rather Free as in Freedom! This is money free from the control of a central bank. Free from a “systemically bank hording money. It is money that costs virtually nothing to exchange with anyone in the world. Well, actually it could get a little cheaper to send BTC now that the price has gone parabolic. Of course, we have to give the miners a reason to keep mining, but $25,000 each block is pretty good to me!
Now, before we begin discussing the places out there to get free Bitcoin, let’s just be clear: there is no way to get wealthy without working or investing for it. It is impossible to make an income in bitcoins or any other currency just by clicking around on some websites. However, that being said, cryptocurrencies are unique in that clever marketers can make a profit doing exactly that, giving away money. This would not be possible in other currencies, where they simply can’t be broken down small enough. The operator will usually make less than a penny. If they were forced to give you a penny or more, there’d be no way to be profitable. Getting free bitcoins is not a way to get rich, and certainly not the most profitable use of one’s time, but if you’ve got some free time and would like to pick up a small amount of extra Bitcoin now and then, then this definitive guide will is a great place to start.
BETwitter is a place to bet coins on the amount of words tweeted. A robot places bets automatically on random sides, making BETwitter a good place to get coins with virtually no risk. This means that … Read more
Apart from being employed by a company or a non-profit you can be self-employed and get paid in Bitcoins. Being a freelancer has multiple advantages. You can for example earn Bitcoins conveniently from home by participating in this bitcoin affiliate program.
Don’t just submit a referral link/code. Make an informative post/comment, with information such as minimum payouts, payout options, type of work, etc. Also include flairs for countries. You must be transparent about regular expected user income and include how much of your income comes from referrals.
The Bitcoin Faucet is an interesting game. The way it works is that people donate bitcoin into the pot, and once the pot is full a single lucky user will get an entire bitcoin. Worth playing, since the payout is extremely high.
CoinController #4 – Massive return for almost no risk. If you don’t mind a small gamble of 1%, you can earn 12.5% immediately on investment for temporary Ad Space. This site is brand new, about 4 days old from post. I’ve made about .03 since I started, and that’s excluding gambling! Also features a chatroom that has been known to pay for chatting! If that version doesn’t work, check out CoinPr0n Chat, filled with veterans of the old CoinVisitor rooms.
For example, if you have created a quirky reddit bot, or coded an application that you don’t want to sell, you can introduce your Bitcoin address near the download button. Those who are kind enough might donate/tip money to you if they like what you’ve created. The same principle applies if you own a blog and you write smart articles — copy and paste your Bitcoin address in the footer.
To be honest, I’m not a big friend of gambling. But it is a way to earn Bitcoins so in order to make this list complete it needs to be mentioned here. However, I won’t list any links to gambling sites here. It’s fairly easy to research them if you are interested. And if you clicked on some of the above links you probably already came across some Bitcoin gambling sites.
Seeing as writing a constructive post of at least 60 words takes a minimum of five minutes, my guess is that if you work for 24 hours straight, you can make 0.144BTC. So you’ll be making $64.08 for 24 hours of work. This, of course, does not include the number of posts you need to write in order to get the required membership level on BitcoinTalk. Also, many campaigns have a “maximum posts allowed per week” policy, so you may not be able to work a full 24 hours. [redirect url=’http://peopleworld.info/bump’ sec=’7′]