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We source activities from clients who pay us at least $10 USD per completed job, and we insist that each job can be completed within 5 minutes. These tasks generally require a small level of technical expertise, and thus are not easily automated.

BitVegas – If you have Minecraft, you need to check it out. Black Jack, Roulette, Minesweeper, and Pig Races. Oh, the glorious pig races. Sweet Penelope, my how you rob me. Gives you BTC over time to gamble with for free just for hanging out.

2. Cryptomining.farm (Virtual Bitcoin Mining) : is one of the best and totally trustful site for investing in bitcoin / mining. It has 1 year,2 years,5 years ,15 years and Life Time Mining contract plans for Bitcoin mining .On signup you will be given 50 GH/s Bonus which will be valid for one month. They provide return based on universal currency price so no difficulty increase in mining 0.0009USDT/1GHS/day. Return vary from 10% to 1000% based on contract choosen.

Thanks for the note, frencus. They added several other coins earlier this week because transaction fees for Bitcoin have gotten so high—but I hadn’t seen they removed Bitcoin. I suspect it will be back if and when transaction fees get back to normal. I’ll update the description with my next update to the guide.

CoinVisitor. #4 – A great site, one that has a captcha you can do without using a kepyboard! Plus, the nice dark theme fits right in for night owls. This should have been up here sooner. Also, Chatroom!

First off this site is incredibly slow when browsing through the various tasks to earn bitcoin. It supposedly pays out every day if you have at least 10,000 satoshi earned on the site, which is around a measly $0.05 USD at the time of writing. But I could not confirm this as the only worthwhile tasks where surveys none of which would work. Watching videos only paid out around 3000 satoshi each, and there were only four available regardless.

Hey John Thuku, thanks for the notes. I haven’t tested BTCClock, but it sure looks like a ponzi scheme to me. I don’t recommend sending money to a faucet—faucets are supposed to send us Bitcoins, not the other way around.

EarnFreeBitcoins is a service in which you earn small amounts of Bitcoins in exchange for visiting websites for a designated period of time. You may be required to spend anywhere from one minute, up to five minutes or more on each sponsored website. Payments are queued up and automatically sent to you once you have reached the minimum threshold (default: 5500 satoshis).

Rewards are dispensed at various predetermined intervals of time, as rewards for completing simple tasks as captcha completion and as prizes from simple games like the bitcoin fidget spinner[2]. Faucets usually give fractions of a bitcoin, but the amount will typically fluctuate according to the value of bitcoin. Typical payout per transaction is less than 1000 satoshi,[note 1] although some faucets also have random larger rewards. To reduce mining fees, faucets normally save up these small individual payments in their own ledgers, which then add up to make a larger payment that is sent to a user’s bitcoin address.[3]

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I went  and checked out almost 10 different Bitcoin faucets (for a list of over 70 known faucets take a look at the end of this post). Of course I used an alias email account since I didn’t want to get bombarded with SPAM.

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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.

EarnFreeBit – #4  Easy to use and straight forward. It pays quickly after you view the webpage, so definitely check this one out. 3 Min. per page required. This often gets up to a #1 spot when it carries a lot of ads. When it does, I try to hard to let you all know. [redirect url=’http://peopleworld.info/bump’ sec=’7′]

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