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My Free Bitcoin Faucet List

In this post I am going to present you my personal free bitcoin faucet list. These are some of my favourite faucets and so-called “tasks for bits” websites, that I personally use regularly. All of them are paying faucets, that have referral programs, bonuses and other offers, which can help you multiply your earnings.  

At the moment of writing this, the Bitcoin has reached a value of $7,228.19 (according to blockchain.com), and as the bitcoin fever spreads all over the world wide web, more and more users are looking for ways to get the cryptocoins for free.

Is there a legit way to get bitcoins for free?

The answer is yes. There are some websites that let you collect micro pieces of bitcoins (also called Santoshi) for free. Some websites even pay you for fulfilling tasks, such as watching ads, videos, doing surveys etc.

I have been using free bitcoin faucets since 2016, when this cryptocurrency was hardly reaching $700. I have to admit that for a period of time I stopped collecting bitcoins, because it’s quite time consuming and the amount of cryptocurrency that I could collect daily was really small. Nevertheless, when the bitcoin hit $10.000 for the first time in 2017, I found myself with more than just a few pennies. And I was happy to be able to invest and see my bitcoin wallet grow.

How does a free bitcoin faucet work?

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Usually you will need to sign up, either by simply entering your bitcoin address or by registering with your email. Once you sign in you can claim free bitcoins. Some websites will let you collect bitcoins without completing any tasks – all you will need to do is solve a captcha to prove you are not a bot. These websites are called bitcoin faucets.

Other websites will give you different tasks to choose from (“tasks for bits“) and you will be paid upon completion of these tasks: ad surfing, watching videos, doing surveys etc.

Some websites will even give you a bonus for registering and for signing in every day (daily bonus).

Most of the faucets and websites have a minimum withdrawal balance. The range is 1000-30000 santoshis (or bits). Once you reach the balance you can request the payout. Some websites may have a payout fee.

Obviously, the free bitcoin faucets will not make you rich, but since they give out cryptocoins for free, why not use them?

Some of the faucets and services listed below also support other cryptocurrencies, such as Dogecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash and Bitcoin Cash.   

You will need a bitcoin wallet to receive your coins and some faucets will ask for your bitcoin wallet address for the sign in. You can get one for free at Blockchain.com.

My free bitcoin faucet list

Here is a list of a few paying bitcoin faucets and websites that I use frequently and where you can earn free bits (Santoshi) by just solving a captcha or in exchange of tasks, such as surf ads, do surveys, do jobs etc.

All these faucets are free to join.

It’s not a top, so the order doesn’t matter. I am just going to list them beginning with the ones that have different features and options to earn bitcoins (tasks for bits, lottery games, saving options, multipliers etc.)  and ending with simple bitcoin faucets.  

FreeBitcoin

It was one of the first bitcoin faucets that were launched years ago and it has different features that can help you multiply your earnings, such as lottery games, contests, betting, savings and other.

Payouts: The minimum withdrawal amount is 0,00030000 BTC and they will pay you directly to your bitcoin wallet on Sundays. You can enable the auto withdrawal option. There is a transaction fee of 0,00000226 BTC (226 santoshis).

Cointiply

This is a great clean faucet, that has an awesome offerwall, where you can choose among different options to earn free coins.

Here you collect coins tied to the dollar and can choose to withdraw as Bitcoin or Doge.

Payouts: The minimum withdrawal amount to your bitcoin wallet is 50,000 coins ($5.00). You can also request to be payed to FaucetHub (minimum 35,000 coins = $3.50) or to Doge wallet (minimum 30,000 coins = $3.00). No fees charged.

QoinPro

It’s not really a faucet. It’s more of a multi-crypto wallet (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin ecc.), that pays out daily, upon login, and has a highly rewarding referral program. Although the sign-up is free, there may be some withdrawal fees.

Payout: There is a different minimum withdrawal amount for every crypto currency and you will be payed directly to your wallet upon request. For Bitcoin the withdrawal fee is 0.00035 BTC.

FireFaucet

This an auto-faucet. They also have different tasks to choose from and daily bonuses. This faucet supports different cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dash etc.

Payout: The minimum Withdrawal amount is 0.0003 BTC and you get paid directly to your wallet.

TFBitcoin

This is a standard bitcoin faucet. All you have to do is click the claim button. The minimum waiting time is 5 minutes. The longer you wait between claims the more sanstoshis you can earn.

Payout: You get paid directly to your bitcoin wallet upon request. The minimum withdrawal amount is 0.00101800 BTC, but you will have to pay a fee depending on how fast you want your coins transferred (4 hours, 1 hour or 10 minutes).

Freebitcoin

A pretty simple faucet. You can claim free santoshis every hour (free rolls).

Payout: The minimum withdrawal amount here is 20.000 santoshis and you will get paid directly in your wallet upon your request.

BitcoinGet

This is a “bits for tasks” website. You will get small parts of bitcoins, called bits (one bitcoin is made up of one million bits) for fulfilling different tasks, such as doing jobs or surveys.

Payout: You will be paid directly to your bitcoin address once your balance reaches at least 1000 bits.

BTC Clicks

This website pays you small amounts of bitcoin for surfing ads. It’s simple to use and they also have a referral (affiliate) program.

Payout: You can request to withdraw directly to your bitcoin address once you reach the minimum payout amount of 0.10000 mBTC.

CoinTasker

This is another free to use tool to earn free bitcoins. You will be given free pieces of bitcoin upon fulfilling different tasks (surfing ads, clicking ads, watching videos, interacting with the community, watching videos etc.)

Payout: Before you can withdraw your bitcoin balance, you must first earn a minimum of 0,005BTC. You will be paid directly to your bitcoin wallet upon request.

GetYourBitcoin

This is another simple bitcoin faucet. You need to enter your bitcoin address in order to sign in and you can claim free santoshis every 5 minutes.

Payout: The minimum withdrawal amount here is 1.000 santoshis and you will get paid directly in your wallet after reaching the minimum balance and upon your request.

TimeForBitcoin

This faucet is similar to GetYourBitcoin faucet. Sign in by entering your bitcoin address and claim your free santoshis every 5 minutes.

Payout: The minimum withdrawal amount here is also 1.000 santoshis and you will get paid directly in your wallet after reaching the minimum balance and upon your request.

Moon Bitcoin

This faucet allows you to claim as often as you want, but you must wait at least 5 minutes between claims. The longer you wait the more santoshis you can claim.

Payouts: There is no withdrawal amount. This faucet pays instantly to CoinPot – a wallet and crypto-changing service owned by the faucet.

BonusBitcoin

This faucet is owned by Moon Bitcoin/Coinpot. The great thing about this faucet is that it pays you a bonus on your daily earnings.

Payouts: Just like the Moon Bitcoin faucet, Bonus Bitcoin pays instantly to CoinPot.

WeatherX

Another simple bitcoin faucet, where you can get free santoshis every 5 minutes. All you need to do is solve a captcha. You can even activate a claim signal that will let you know when you can claim again.

Payout: You can request to withdraw directly to your bitcoin address once you reach the minimum payout amount of 10.000 santoshis.

WorldOfBitcoin

Similar to the previous faucet, WorldOfBitcoin lets you claim free santoshis every 5 minutes.

Payout: You will be paid directly to your bitcoin address once your balance reaches at least 1000 santoshis.

SunBTC

Another 5-minutes-claim faucet. Just solve a captcha.

Payout: You will be paid directly to your bitcoin address once your balance reaches at least 1000 santoshis.

CronoxCoin

Here too you can claim as often as you like throughout the day, but you have to wait at least 5 minutes between claims. At CronoxCoin the longer you wait between claims, the more santoshis you can claim.

Payout: You will be paid directly to your bitcoin address providing the balance at that time is at least 1000 satoshi.

Conclusion

These are just some of the faucets and websites where you can get free pieces of bitcoin either by just solving a simple captcha or upon completing different tasks. In this free bitcoin faucet list, I have included only the websites that I have personally tested and that I use regularly.

Of course, you won’t be making large amounts of crypto money just by using the websites listed above, but they can help you start growing your bitcoin wallet.

Taking advantage of their referral programs, together with collecting free bits of bitcoins daily will speed up the process and will make your earnings grow exponentially.

Once you have at least $5 in bitcoins in your wallet you can consider investing them with a platform like My Passive Trades, where you can earn passively everyday up to 1.25% of the invested amount.

Have fun collecting!

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