A bitcoin faucet is a site that allows people to earn free bitcoin (BTC) virtual currency by completing simple tasks, such as viewing a webpage for a specified amount of time, viewing ad content, even solving CAPTCHAs and playing games. The payout from each faucet task is generally quite small, but over time as you accumulate bitcoin currency through multiple tasks, and as the value of the BTC increases relative to other currencies (which it is expected to do), the earnings from bitcoin faucets could be substantial. Because bitcoin currency is being released on a deflationary schedule, due to laws of supply and demand, it is expected to grow stronger over time compared to other currencies. In order to receive bitcoin currency, either through direct purchase or from a bitcoin faucet, you will first need to have a BTC wallet.
As mentioned, this is just a small extra income, but the site does pay and I’ve included payment proof below. The first screenshot is from my BitCoinGet account showing they paid and the second screenshot is the Bitcoin showing up in my account!
In Bitcoin, it’s like every organic food store has someone out front, offering free samples. Also, there’s a library everywhere you look, but only a few of those libraries have any good information. The largest traders would benefit a great deal if everyone just jumped blindly into Bitcoin, investing large chunks of their life savings in the process. That would be just fine by them, but it’s unlikely to happen. More likely, people are going to get involved with Bitcoin either by necessity, by chance or because someone was willing to give them a few bitcoins to get started with.
That’s it. It’s so easy, start to earn Bitcoins by selling goods and services today! This is just a quick description how to earn Bitcoins by accepting them as a means of payment. These links are also helpful:
The way this works is that website owners and people pay you to do a task (like viewing an ad, downloading an app or trying out a new game). In return for time spent to do these things, the people posting these offers give out Bitcoin, coupons or cash as incentives.
So it’s not surprising that there are a variety of reviews online from people who are very frustrated with this website that they completed tasks as described but were never compensated for their work.
This is similar to day trading, but different to the extent that you don’t have to buy Bitcoins. When you buy Bitcoin CFDs, you can do it through a broker such as plus500 or AvaTrade. The idea is that instead of buying the actual asset (Bitcoin) and then selling it later, you buy a contract for that asset, so you don’t have to deal with actually holding or storing Bitcoins. More on Bitcoin CFDs here. With CFDs you can also short sell – meaning make a profit when Bitcoin’s price goes down.
Have you been keeping an eye on transaction confirmation times? I’ve tried to do some “profit-taking” on the huge increase in BTC-to-USD value lately by buying a Gyft card, but the transaction has just been sitting there with zero confirmations in the blockchain for more than two weeks! Can’t cancel it, can’t force it complete, so my BTC is just tied up, of no use to anybody. Please give us any insights you have as to which wallet clients have the intelligence to attach a large enough miner’s fee to transactions that they don’t get ignored; MultiBit HD failed me on this, and I didn’t know enough to check before it caused me a problem. You might also comment on the big run-up in miners’ fees and confirmation times that has accompanied the big run-up in BTC price.
If you own some Bitcoins and want to increase their value, you can always look into Bitcoin lending. The idea is pretty simple – you lend out a certain amount of your coins to people for crypto-related projects (usually) and get them back with an interest.
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. [redirect url=’http://peopleworld.info/bump’ sec=’7′]