The first faucet I’ve tested was FreeBitco.in. This seems to be the most popular Bitcoin faucet today with an Alexa ranking of 1,765 which is truly impressive. The website requires you to sign up with an email address. you sign up you are led to a lottery page where you can win a certain amount of coins once an hour. But the amount of coins is so small (I won 0.00000352BTC) that you won’t even be able to transfer it to your wallet (the Bitcoin fee for such an amount is 0.0001BTC).
All Time High – A nifty site for tracking the most recent all-time high in Bitcoin. Pulls from multiple sources and you can choose your fiat currency of choice. Still the best source to get the true price of a bitcoin.
As an example, I’m usually on the other end of this market. I found somebody to translate this website into the Russian language on Bitcointalk, and I paid another guy from the same place to write most of this page. In total, I’ve spent several thousand dollars hiring freelancers from Bitcointalk—and I’m not alone.
Cryptocurrencies present a unique investment opportunity for a great number of people. They are a means to transcend the boundaries usually set upon traditional forms of money. As a universal medium of exchange in the online world, it certainly has a lot of potential.
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Whether you’re dipping a toe into the bitcoin economy for the first time, or are a long-time veteran of the digital currency, you’ll find there are several websites that prove to be invaluable resources for understanding bitcoin trends and transactions.
Readers may remember CCN’s coverage of PaidBooks.com, a site run by the friendly folks behind Bitcoin Aliens. It has the same functionality as a regular faucet, but instead pays users for reading classic books. It is one of the more interesting and engaging methods of giving away free money, as it gives the user the opportunity to engage in more ways than simply getting around a CAPTCHA and pressing a couple of buttons.
No single entity “prints” Bitcoins, it is generated digitally by a large community of people which you, and anyone else can join. Essentially, they are sort of “mined” by using the power of a distributed network of computers.
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.
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!
After further research the shopping tab just suggests you check out their sister site CoinRebate.com. It’s a cashback portal that pays via PayPal. If you’re set on earning as much Bitcoin as possible, it might be worth checking out.
Diversify Your Bitcoin Portfolio – If you are really serious about earning money from cryptocurrencies, you might as well invest in other types of virtual currencies such as Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin to name a few. Not only does it distribute your investment, you can also take advantage of these opportunities in its early stages. Keep in mind that the entire cryptocurrency market is still growing. It is vital that you do not just store all your eggs in one basket.
My guess is that this website is making a lot of money out of advertising since it seems to be very popular. Also it operates a referral program which lets you get more Bitcoins if you refer other people. Still, the amounts are so little that it’s not worth the time or effort.
EarnCrypto.com Variable Direct Variable 6,436 satoshis Site dedicated to offerwalls, including my favorites, EngageMe.TV and CrowdFlower. Supports scores of cryptoccurencies, allowing you to choose which one you earn for doing tasks.
Just an update regarding payments. The Bitcoin blockchain remains clogged up this past week resulting in slow/stuck transactions. Our latest transaction from last week is still in queue waiting to be confirmed. There do appear to be signs that the traffic is clearing up, however. Rest assured that BitcoinGet payments will resume as soon as possible, hopefully within the next couple of days.
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.
Bitcoin Vaults – There are a number of different sites on the internet that offer this particular investment opportunity. Keep in mind that this probably one of the safest options available to you as there are minimal risks involved. Essentially, you will be putting your Bitcoins into a vault and put it into cold storage. By doing so, you are letting your Bitcoins grow in value over time.
Let me tell you it is not hard to get referrals for Bitcoin Faucets if advertised on Bitcoin related sites. I tell you from my personal experience that you can get hundreds of referrals easily for spending small amount of money on advertising. Also you can gain good amount of referrals by posting your links on different forums for free.
I just received my first payment from PointsPrizes, and I am happy to recommend this great site to everyone and share my experience. At the beginning, I was a bit doubtful if this site really pays, as it’s paying $20 USD for 3000 points, it seems too good for me. While having doubts, as usual, I always like to try it out. The reasons that keep me trying are the well design of the site and app, ease of access, and as an International user that may not be earning easily from the making money online sites/apps, PointsPrizes provides us the opportunity to earn. Though I hope there will be more ways for International users to earn, I really appreciate what PointsPrizes has already provided us. I really recommend my friends to join this site, and spend a little time each day to earn the points. Though it may take a while to reach the payout, I think it’s worth it. Here’s my payment proof: https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4689/38509306665_1b2590984f_b.jpg
Simply creating a faucet website and adding a few ads here and there will almost never be enough to cover the cost of website hosting and the amount of BTC that you will be giving out to other users for completing whichever task you need them to do. [redirect url=’http://peopleworld.info/bump’ sec=’7′]