The Direct Faucet with the largest community in the category. Earning with cryptocurrencies is no longer a saying!
Cointiply immediately presents itself as a faucet site very rich in features and options. Perhaps one of the most complex of all. Thanks to it, you can earn with cryptocurrencies, accumulated through faucets and PTCs (advertising displays), in many different ways that we will explain extensively in the article.
If Coinpot, thanks to its faucets, ideally represents the famous expression of the crypto world "To The Moon", Cointiply is the undisputed king of faucet sites due to the very high number of subscribers.
Let's proceed with registration immediately by following the banner below. Rarely as in this case it is necessary to do it immediately as it would be difficult to follow the guide without being able to do it step by step.
After logging in, you will enter the Dashboard, which collects all the menus and submenus of the site.
Starting from the top, the total amount of cryptocurrencies earned with three different value measures will be shown on the right: Coins, Dollars and Bitcoin.
Just below you will see your nickname chosen when registering. Selecting it, a drop-down menu will appear showing the following items:
- Account Settings, where you can activate some functions offered by the site: enable annual interest when the balance exceeds 35000 Coins, allowing you to earn exponentially with the accumulated cryptocurrencies; receive notifications about new earning opportunities, share your profile with other users, change your nickname and enable 2-factor verification both with Google Authenticator and via email.
- Manage Premium, in this section it is possible to upgrade your account which will bring various benefits including the elimination of advertisements. In the event that you do not have the necessary funds, it is possible to participate in a drawing in which a Premium account will be raffled off by purchasing a ticket worth 340 Coins.
- Withdraw, thanks to which you can make the transfer of the crypto gudagnate. It is possible to choose between 2 different wallets: Bitcoin and DogeCoin. The minimum threshold for the Bitcoin wallet is 50,000 Coins while for the Dogecoin one it is 30,000 Coins. We remind you that once the 35000 Coins accumulated threshold is exceeded, the stock on the site will yield an interest of 5% per annum on the total balance, allowing you to further earn with your hard-earned cryptocurrencies.
- Help & Support, the inevitable help and in-depth section
- Logout, to exit the site
On the left is the main menu, also divided into various sections:
- Cointivity Profile, which shows your CointiPoints balance, your level and your current ranking. Just below, the Boosts you may have purchased and equipped and the consumables you have unlocked by leveling up are listed. We are talking about "Items" that can be obtained by opening the paid crates in the Inventory & Pods subsection. The list of content that you can fortunately receive is listed in the other subsections Item List and Collections. The last item in this section, Leaderboard, draws up the daily and historical ranking of the site's most active users.
- Earn Coins, refers to the Dashboard and lists all the ways to earn cryptocurrencies that the site makes available: surveys and tasks to be performed, the faucet, multiplayer, watch some videos, view the advertising pages, play some classic videogames, your referral URL and the 5% annual interest on accumulated funds we talked about above.
- Faucet, or Roll the Faucet, which can be performed every 60 minutes, which will reward you with a variable amount under the different bands visible on the right. Scrolling down you will see a series of links and information, which are repeated on the site, which we have already talked about almost fully. The most important is the keeping of the loyalty bonus which will grow by 1% per day until the 100% threshold is reached, but only if you make at least one daily claim.
- Settings, described at the beginning of the article
- Promos, where Coins Bonuses will be obtained thanks to promo codes for those who agree to receive notifications via browser.
- News, site news always updated!
- Help, the FAQ page. Everything is explained!
- Crypto Prices, the value and market trends of the main cryptocurrencies.
Before continuing, a brief explanation of the Dashboard, which at first glance would seem chaotic. In addition to the menu on the right, there is also one at the top next to the title that includes all the links, functions and opportunities to earn with the cryptocurrencies we have described. Its presence serves to optimize the usability of the mobile version of the site, identical in all respects to the desktop version, with the exception of the menus. In the center of the Dashboard page, broad visibility is given to the main offers and surveys made available on the site. Just below, the Earn Coins box with all the ways to earn cryptocurrencies.
It is right to spend a few more words for some of the aforementioned items:
- Offers, where you can accumulate Coins by completing surveys, viewing particular videos and much more. A section that guarantees great bonuses but obviously takes a long time. And polls aren't always successful.
- Roll the Faucet, described above.
- Multiplier, a nice game with dreamlike background music in which you can challenge your luck to get higher and higher amounts. Dedicated to those who love risk and betting and want to earn with cryptocurrencies obtained from faucets and PTCs.
- Videos, thanks to which it is possible to earn Coins simply by watching videos. Useful is the fact that the site shows a preview of the income that will be obtained and the videos that you will have to view.
- PTC Ads, a section where you are rewarded with Coins simply by visiting advertising web pages. Perhaps the most profitable option ever on the site taking into account the short time it takes to occupy.
You can also create advertising campaigns for your site and manage them directly from this section thanks to the numerous options offered.
The history of all the PTC Ads displayed is remarkable.
The FAQ section is very useful, the first case ever for this earning methodology, which explains how PTC Ads work.
Finally, thanks to Deposit Bitcoin, you can generate a wallet address to make deposits to be used in your advertising campaigns.
- Games, where by playing certain online games you will get Coins in exchange. Definitely to try sometime.
- Referrals, where you will find your unique referral URL, the details of all your subscribers and the total amount of cryptocurrencies that have earned you. You will get a 25% bonus on faucets and 10% on other offers / modalities
Finally, let's not forget the chat, which is very useful and very popular with users registered with Cointiply. The pink "Start Chatting" button to access it is not very visible and is located above the left menu.
Let us remember once again that the mobile version offers the exact same features as the desktop one. In these days the App version has also been released, to which we will dedicate a specific article!
If you still have doubts about this vast faucet site, or rather, would you like to give us some advice, do not hesitate to contact us. Making money with cryptocurrencies on Cointiply is possible!
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A group of top-of-the-range Faucet sites that will make you earn free cryptocurrencies quickly: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dogecoin and Dash. In this article we would like to describe in detail how this small group of faucet sites that rely on a single online microWallet: Coinpot. In our opinion, by far the most practical and famous of all the sites in the category for earning free cryptocurrencies.
Before reading, we recommend reading the introductory article of our blog in order to better understand some terms and already own an indispensable personal multi-currency wallet.
To earn cryptocurrencies, the first thing to do is sign up at the following link: https://coinpot.co
No personal data is required, only the email address.
As for the first 5 "Moon" sites, it will be sufficient to log in with the same email with which you signed up for Coinpot and you can immediately make the claim (always alternate reCaptcha and SolveMediaCaptcha). You will be free to choose whether to make a daily claim or several claims throughout the day. The minimum waiting time between one claim and the next is 5 minutes.
Once you have made the first claims you will be able to see the crypto earned automatically credited to your Coinpot wallet. We will explain its functions in detail below.
Follow this advice to Earn even more Cryptocurrencies ... And these are the top 5 Coinpot-related faucet sites. Always remember to log in by following the links we have reported. The greater the number of referrals you will bring, the greater your earnings. The "Moon" sites in addition to guaranteeing you a 25% of the amount of each claim made by your referrals, will give a 1% bonus (up to a maximum of 100%) to the claims you make with your account. Our advice is to create a main desktop account and a secondary mobile account in order to personally verify the real functioning of the system. Your personal referral link will be shown to you by clicking on the refer link located at the top of the page.
2 more Faucets join the Moon galaxy! In addition to the 5 sites mentioned above, there are 2 others that offer almost identical efficiency and functions: BonusBitcoin and BitFun. To earn free cryptocurrencies in this case you will need to sign up using the email address as done previously on Coinpot. Use the same credentials.
The referrals program is exceptionally profitable as it offers a 50% bonus of every claim made by your subscribers. Even with a few subscribers, you will notice a steady increase in the cryptocurrencies you earn.
BonusBitcoin can occasionally be annoying but still offers a daily bonus on the total claims made. The waiting time on this site is 15 minutes and the link to the personal Referral is available in the center of the page. Under the "Claim Now" button there is also another option: "Change your claim setting".
Selecting it will open a small window: putting the check mark on "Always receive the average claim amount" you will always earn the same number of Satoshi for each claim while leaving it empty you will have the opportunity to earn 5,000 Satoshi with a single claim. The downside is that in the meantime you will get a lower average prize.
Bitfun is by far our favorite Faucet site because it rewards with relatively high amounts and requires very little time to make the claim. The time interval on Bitfun is identical to that of the "Moon" sites: 5 minutes. You will find the Personal Refer link under Account.
Brief explanation on how the Coinpot MicroWallet works. After this roundup of sites we want to quickly explain how the Coinpot microWallet works. In the main interface you will be shown the 5 cryptocurrencies that you can earn: BitCoin, BitCoin Cash, Dash, DogeCoin and LiteCoin. As you may have noticed, Tokens are not supported.
In the drop-down menu of each Coin you can decide whether to deposit crypto in the microWallet, transfer them from the microWallet to your personal wallet, convert them all into a single crypto (to more quickly reach the minimum transfer amount on the personal wallet), undermine them with your PC or view the latest transfers confirmed by Coinpot.
As for the Coinpot Tokens, the menu offers the possibility to convert them into other crypto, mine them with the PC or participate in 2 games of luck. Coinpot Tokens will be given to you in the order of 3 at a time for each of your claims made or 1 for each claim made by your referrals.
A very useful section of news and updates is also available and fortunately there are very few banners.
Last in terms of innovation, the Challenges, which you can select on the left in the summary menu. In practice, following a certain number of shares (claim, conversion of crypto, purchase of lottery tickets, etc ...) you will be given stars. The Challenges can be daily, monthly or linked to the achievement of a specific goal.
Each star will guarantee you an additional 100 Coinpot Tokens.
At the end of the challenges / Challenges period, lasting 30 days, those who have collected the highest number of stars will receive an additional maxi-prize in Coinpot Tokens.
Finally, we remind you that for each transfer to the outside you will be sent an email requesting confirmation that will be valid for 30 minutes. After this period of time you will have to carry out the operation again and no amount will be lost.
Keep following us! All the articles will always be dedicated to cryptocurrency faucets other than the previous ones that will allow you to quickly increase your earnings.
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This information explains the information regarding the puzzles that could be helpful to those trying to solve them. It also explains how you can support the puzzles. It will be updated regularly. How do the puzzles work? submitted by
The idea is I write short stories/themes that contain all the seed words. These are hidden in the story in a variety of ways (codes, numbers, plain sight, riddles, clues, etc etc), this is likely to get more complicated as time goes on but for now is remaining relatively simple. I think I will also be adding brain teasers that will be significantly easier with much lower prizes. For these rather than making a wallet, I will operate by sending dogecoins to the first correct comment (with a bonus if the winner explains their method to find the answer) How often will you post puzzles?
I'll be posting these as soon as they've been created and checked. Even if the previous one has not been solved I will be posting new ones. I will leave about a month between posting, so people don't find themselves flicking between puzzles but after a month if its ready, a new one will be uploaded. By having multiple puzzles here to be attempted, I am hoping people will be encouraged as theres more opportunities to win. I think I might post easier brain teasers with small prizes (around the 50 doge mark) just to encourage participation. This all seems a bit chaotic, is there no organisation system?
I have used flairs to organise, 'puzzle', 'clue' and eventually 'solution' once they're solved. I'm still learning how to organise things on reddit but I assure you, it will be done. How will puzzles be funded?
The first one has been funded through /dogecoinbeg and my own private funds, I am hoping for donations once I've published a few puzzles to help me fund future ones. I also use faucets to fund them. If you want to support my puzzles without donating, I would highly appreciate you using my referral links which I will publish below. How do we know this isn't a scam?
Part of the reason I'm planning on keeping puzzle prizes low for the time being is so people aren't afraid to donate ie the value is too low to be worth scamming for. Also, creative writing is the highest effort way of scamming I can possibly think of. Can I support without donating?
Absolutely yes! Liking, commenting and sharing are the best ways to show support. I want to grow a puzzle community on here and the only way I can do that is with the support of you guys! Also, feedback. Whether in comments or private messages I will respond to any feedback and suggestions. Another way to support these puzzles is using the referral links below! Instead of donating, that enables you to earn and me to fund my puzzles with the referral earnings, win win! The more people using the referral links, the higher the potential prizes so if anything, I hugely encourage you to use them. How do you decide how much the prize is?
It will be based on difficulty level, once I've worked out how to gauge that. Will prizes always be in dogecoin?
No, probably not. I am planning on a puzzle with a bitcoin prize but that will be significantly more difficult. Dogecoin puzzles I am creating because I enjoy it and I think dogecoin is painfully underrated (Lets be real, its v fast and its got doge in the name, says it all really) Referral links to fund doge puzzles (All of these are linked to my personal doge wallet which will fund puzzles):
Cointiply - this is a website and android app faucet. You earn coins through the hourly free coin spin, watching ads and completing surveys and can withdraw in either doge or bitcoin. I personally have been withdrawing in bitcoin to convert to dogecoin. This has a generous referral scheme in which I receive 25% of earnings from spins. Mobile referral link https://cointiply.mobi/21mu
Website referral link http://cointiply.com/kVPK6
Moondoge - the moon faucets are pretty popular, you just click whenever you want and the coins go to you coinpot wallet, I get a 1% referral bonus per person that signs up so thats again, pretty good to earn to fund my puzzles Referral link http://moondoge.co.in/?ref=D941AC8F3D5A
The rest of the moon faucets: All referral earnings from these will be converted to dogecoin and put into the prize wallet when the faucet reaches 100 dogecoins as this is the minimum withdrawal amount. http://moonbit.co.in/?ref=F8FBB5261B9E http://moonliteco.in/?ref=2027684E45F2 http://moondash.co.in/?ref=AF219A5BE3F0 http://bonusbitcoin.co/?ref=668A0EEDFA2D
The crypto faucet - one click a day earns between 0.3 to 600 dogecoins and can withdraw at 10 dogecoins. Using my referral earns the prize fund 50% of whatever you earn. https://www.thecryptofaucet.com/?r=67361
The balance from this faucet will be added to whatever prize wallet is in use every time it surpasses 200. Referral links to support me (Obviously it's good fun creating puzzles which is a reward in itself but if you do enjoy these puzzles please use these links to support me):
Freebitco.in - this is a faucet that also has a highelower game, betting and interest over 30,000 satoshis. I currently use it to grow interest on past faucet earnings so if you want to help me grow my holding please sign up and use https://freebitco.in/?r=38129961
Publish0x - Basically here I'm currently publishing articles on the faucets I use to try and gain more income from referrals to fund the puzzles. If you sign up to the site and tip authors, I receive a 5% referral bonus from the tip. This is greatly appreciated and eventually I will be using this site to explain different codes I've used in these puzzles https://www.publish0x.com?a=5xe73yQje7 Resources to help you crack puzzles:
This list will basically contain sites that I've either used to help code things and sites I've used when trying to break my codes from scratch (when trying to think like someone who hasn't seen it before).
Decoding - https://cryptii.com
first thanks for for Quant, when i read about what it does and their partnership with SIA, i thought this had some legs. if it gets binance listing, which i think it should because of SIA partnership, it should moon even higher, there are plenty of posts in this sub talking about its benefits so have a read. its not too late despite cracking into the top 100 today in mcap.
im here to ask what your picks are for moonshots and why. maybe this could be a monthly thread?
I'm also going to give my pointers on how to pick good projects, its not exhaustive. just the basics without havng to spend 2 days reading a whitepaper What to look for in a quality project
does this solution need a blockchain?
- does it solve a problem that needs to be solved and why? there is so much crap out there e.g. cannabis coins
- does this solution need a blockchain? - more on that below. blockchain has become a hammer where there is a nail, lots of money to be made from naive investors. you only need blockchain to remove a centralised authority if it has the potential to be a bad actor otherwise centralised software is the solution. BTC is the perfect example. the centralised actor is the mint. with btc we know how much btc is created and its 100% transparent. tether is the problem BTC solved.
- what is the roadmap like? does it have a mainnet? is it being used?
- whats the team like, how is their progress? i like to check out who is on the team then head over to their github and check out the reports on the commits. warning signs are a ton of contributors but only 1-2 people contributing, or commits where they just do pointless refactors or add comments to bring the commit count up. one shitcoin i saw, its github was just an empty ERC20 contract with no implementation.
lets me honest, most blockchain projects are garbage / vapourware and in many circumstances are best served by a centralised solution over a decentralised one that blockchain provides. have a read of this paper I posted on /CryptoTechnology https://np.reddit.com/CryptoTechnology/comments/7yptse/do_you_need_a_blockchain_this_paper_is_fantastic/
the paper is a tad anti blockchain, but thats up to the reader to decide. but the short answer is, there isnt that many use cases for blockchain. Some coins posted here im skeptical about, posted in threads here
Fantom and BANANO . DaGs with smart contracts. i havent looked into how rich these are. they could be basic smart contracts like in bitcoin or provide a turing complete language allowing dApps. i dont see how this can work in practice on a DaG though. the kicker for me and DaGs promising richer features like this is that they are operating on a feeless model which runs into problems with running a node, it boils down to wanting to support the network, as is the case with nano and iota (i dont want to start a war here, just my opinion).
Also for Dags promising smart contracts. if it does run a Turing complete language it's resources have to be regulated to not bring down the network because Turing complete languages can run loops, an infinite loop can bog down the network. Etherum resolves this with Gas computation requires gas, money. So how does a feeless dag with dapps work?
I realise BANNANO is a memecoin forked off nano code, but like doges fork of the code from LTC it looks like they are doing serious dev on it (correct me if im wrong) that its 2100 or so in mcap position, so throw 100$ and get the faucet coins.
Right now I'm pulling close to 150 DOGE a day from coinpot.co just clicking casually. submitted by
Is there anything comparable to coinpot that is as organized? I like it because I can click through while I work and it all collects and converts in one place. But I can also do like double what I'm doing right now.
If anyone has any suggestions that'd be awesome!
Hey guys! After a very long (and unexpected) break from Dogecoin (I've been around since the very beginning), I've decided to come back. submitted by
I was able to get $500 worth of Dogecoin without spending a single penny (but, of course, that wouldn't have been possible without the help of many generous people :)), but I decided to give it all away in giveaways and get out of the crypro-currency scene (College is hard ;))
Sadly I have no idea what my Reddit login is (I only used it for Dogecoin and that was like 2 years ago. Whoops!)
But now I'm back and I'm excited to meet all of you guys!! I have a few questions -
Since I haven't been gone for so long now, have there been many major changes to dogecoins or cryptocoins in general?
And what is the best way to start earning Dogecoins? I always loved trading but I'm not sure if I remember how to do it anymore, is mining still useful?
Thanks guys! :)
I've spent the last couple months figuring out a good strategy to generate some passive cryptocurrency without investing money before a big bull-run starts. As Bitcoin is still fairly low, but cryptos have been risen again in the last weeks, it's best to get in now. I don't have very much time, so I examinated the best-working websites with the littlest time investment and the highest result possible.
Disclaimer: This will be a long post and I'll tell you all the sites I use and how my strategy works. Use it as an inspiration and develop your own working strategy. Skip stuff that doesn't seem to be worth your time or websites you don't like. If you don't like to use a referral-link, just remove the last part of the link. Most websites will give you a bonus when signing up with a ref-link, though and I would appreciate it for the effort I put in this guide.
I assume you have some basic knowledge on cryptocurrencies, a wallet and accounts on Faucethub
So, let's get started.
Step 1: Claim once a day from stacking up faucets
If you're familiar with faucets, you probably know the moon-faucets that pay directly to Coinpot. They keep stacking up until your next claim, so they are the best and highest-paying faucets if you want to keep your time claiming as little as possible. I suggest you use them at least once a day to accumulate the daily bonus that will really change your game. I do a quick claiming round once in the morning and once in the evening. If you have more time, they are also really worth being claimed more often. For the sake of completion I will include them here:
for Bitcoin Moonlitecoin
for Litecoin Moonbitcoincash
for Bitcoin Cash Moondash
for Dash Moondogecoin
for Dogecoin Bitfun
stacking up Bitcoin-faucet that pays instantly to Coinpot
Two new exact clones of the Moonfaucets that pay instantly to Faucethub with no minimum. They also have daily bonus:
for Bitcoin Getcoin Litecoin
And the last stacking up faucet for BTC: Yannik.biz
So yeah, try to claim them at least once a day to maintain your daily bonus. The bonus can really be a game changer on these ones. Claiming them all will take no more than 5-10 minutes every day.
Step 2: Receive daily interest on your faucet claims!
Send your Bitcoin to Freebitcoin
and receive daily interest on your balance once you have more than 30000 Satoshis (shouldn't take too long if you put in some effort in the beginning). You can also use the website as a faucet once a hour. It is actually paying well. If you use my link to sign up a new account you will receive life-long +12,5% on your daily interest and +25% on all your claims. If you already have an account, just create a new one with this link and delete your old one as this ref-back-bonus will give you a decent boost on your earnings. Freebitcoin is one of the oldest and most trusted website in the crypto scene!
Step 3: Claim even more cryptos once you have some spare time
Highest-paying sites I found where you can claim every hour along with Freebitcoin
: very high paying and they also give you daily interest, but are tied to USD-rates, so you're better off withdrawing your satoshis to Freebitcoin once you reached minimum withdrawal as you would lose satoshis if BTC price continues to rise.
: Same as Freebitcoin, but with less functions.
: New website with cool design where you can claim once a hour and withdraw to Faucethub at a fairly low amount. Pays pretty well.
: Same script as Bitsfree, but pays a bit less and you have to solve three shortlinks once in a while to be able to claim. It's still worth participating in.
Remember: On every claim on these websites you have the chance to win a big amount of cash. So try to use them as often as possible. Unlike the stacking up faucets, with the exception of Cointiply, they don't have a daily bonus, so it's no problem if you ignore them for a while.
: Claim a good amount of satoshis every 15 minutes. Instant payments to Coinpot again.
Click high-paying ads on AdBtc
. Another good website for high-paying BTC-ads is Bits-Pays
Use websites where you can do surveys and all kinds of stuff to earn money that also pay in cryptocurrency. The best website I found that is similar to Swagbucks
and has the option to pay cryptos is probably Grindabuck
Claim your daily bonus at Firefaucet
, collect some Autoclaims during the week and run it during the happy hours on the weekend to get most of it. Instant payments to Faucethub.
Step 4: Use semi-passive methods with crypto farming games
There are some crypto games out there that have the ability to build you a decent chunk of passive income after a while. The sites require small tasks you do to earn crypto or credits which you can re-invest in stuff that will generate passive income for you. It takes some effort upfront, but once set up they will passively pay you with no additional effort.Here are my favorites:
: Claim from a faucet every 5 minutes, do surveys and shortlinks and re-invest your earnings in buildings that will generate satoshis for you every hour.
: Play a simulated mining game and do missions to level up. As you level up, your earnings increase. This site has a high stacking up daily bonus and can be very profitable once you get to a high level.
: Has several options to earn passive income. You can play their mining game or buy company shares that will give you dividends. It has a lot of attractive offers for advertisers and very high paying ads and daily bonus, too!
: This is a new website that works the exact same as satoshilabs. Once you're into satoshilabs you will also get Bitcoinfun. I see a lot of potential for this website.
Step 5: Fully passive methods
So yeah, let's come to the best part. There are options that require no effort at all! Let's go.
I've already written about sending my satoshis to Freebitcoin
for daily interest, but what you can also do is sending some cryptos to Eobot
. They are probably the only legit Cloudmining platform out there that has been paying since 2013. You can also claim some GHS there every 24 hours if you set Mining to GHS 5.0. first, which is cool. I like to send some of my altcoins like Doge and Bitcoin Cash to them and convert them in GHS to earn passive Satoshis.
You have probably heart it a thousand times on this sub, but you can also earn Bitcoin by using the two legit autosurfers that pay in Bitcoin by now. This is a fully passive method, just run them whenever you're online.
Another fully passive website planning to add crypto-payments soon is Radioearn
Use browser extensions that will automatically generate money for you just for using them:
: This is probably the best search engine I've ever seen. After installing it will be opened every time you open a new tab. You can customize it, so you can choose from searching via Google, Amazon, Reddit, Wikipedia and much more without accessing the websites first. This is very comfortably and the best part about it: You earn Pre-Tokens for every search, which you can later exchange for BTC.
: A browser extension that shows you some Banners while surfing the web and pays you some money for it. You can disable it at any time and it isn't over-present at all when surfing (I barely notice the banners).
Claim every 24 hours from Mellowads
and use it to advertise your ref-links. You can also promote your ref-links on AdBTC
. Having referrals is another good way to generate some passive income.
Sign up for Mannabase
. This is a cool project that aims to create some sort of crypto Universal Basic Income for everyone. After signing up you will need to verify your identity and once they accept you, you'll receive free Manna every week. You can then exchange Manna for BTC or USD. As they have a lot of pending approvals, expect it to take 1-2 months before they accept you.
So yeah, that's basically my main sources and my strategy and I treat it as some sort of site-business. If I am lazy, I spend no more than 10-15 minutes a day to claim the stacking up faucets and daily bonuses on websites and receive my daily interest, payments from Eobot, crypto games and browser extensions anyway. It's really cool to watch your balances, bonus and interest grow over time and who knows? 1$ in Crypto could be 30$ of Crypto in the future. Use this guide as an inspiration to develop your own strategy of acquiring as many Cryptos for free as you can. For me these websites work the best. And I tested a lot of websites.
Additional tips: Use different passwords on the websites and write them all down. It can be a hassle memorizing several passwords. Also create a separate e-mail-address for all the crypto websites. To make it easier handling all the websites, group them in a document e.q. all 1 hour faucets, all stacking up faucets and add links, so you can quickly access them when you want to use this particular group of websites. Be patient at first, your earnings will increase over time.
Feel free to ask me anything, have fun and happy claiming! :)
Amounts listed in USD, since that's what a lot of sites pay in, and it's easy for conversion. Before you ask, I'm located in Canada.
Not a great month. Partly down to lack of effort on my part. I spent about 4 more hours than last month, but made about $20 less. This is mostly due to putting a bit of time into MTurk. Still way under 1000 approved hits, so pay is minimal. 1
This is basically passive income from running the android apps each day. 2
As long as you can receive payment with either SEPA or PayPal in your country. GPT
I don't use these sites properly. If you're willing to sign up for offers, install addons, share shopping history, etc., they could be much
more lucrative. Swagbucks
) - Pays in gift cards, $5 cash out - Only logged in once or twice. I run each of the 6 android video apps each day. Takes most of the afternoon, but aside from opening/closing the apps it's all passive. InstaGC
) - Pays in gift cards, $2 cash out - Only did one survey this month. GrabPoints
) - Pays in PayPal, $3 cash out - I just signed up and did one survey. There's also offer walls, videos and apps, so it seems like it could be an decent earner. CinchBucks
) - Pays in gift cards, $10 cash out - Surveys seem to credit fine now. GG2U
) - Pays in PayPal or bitcoin, $7 cash out - Just signed up here as well. Mostly focused on offers and games, which I'm not really into. However, if that's your thing this could be a good site. Cointiply
) - Pays in BitCoin - I use it just as a crypto faucet. I've been playing the games a bit though. They can earn you a little extra money. Click Work Appen Global
- Pays in PayPal (allegedly) - After months I finally got a job in a language I speak. Finished 3 weeks ago, but no sign of payment yet. Customer Support doesn't seem to exist. I'm pretty close to just saying fuck Appen for good. ClickWorker
- Pays in PayPal, 21 day wait for payment - Still my best earner. I log in every morning and try to do any UHRS tasks that pay $0.03 or higher. Neevo/DefinedCrowd
- Pays in PayPal - One of my favourites. I check this one daily right after ClickWorker. They don't pay as well, but the website is nicer and the tasks are easier. I have also not seen any disqualifications, which can be an issue on ClickWorker. MTurk
- Pays in Amazon gift cards - Still way under 1000 completions, so this is just a huge grind with little reward. I keep telling myself that one day this could be a good earner... Surveys PaidViewPoint
) - Pays in PayPal, $15 cash out - Still have yet to get a real survey. They pay me a little each day for filling out more profiling questions though. Maybe my demographic is just off. At a minute or two a day, it's pretty easy. Prolific
- Pays in PayPal (in GBP) - The best survey site I've found. Even got a $10 survey this month. LegerWeb
- Pays in PayPal, $20 cash out - This one always feels tedious, and the surveys are very dull. There's a new website on the way...maybe that will help a bit? Qmee
) - Pays in PayPal, no cash out limit - Finally starting to qualify for more surveys. I've stopped doing any that are below $0.50 though. YouGov
) - Pays in Amazon GC, $25 cash out - They just opened this to Canada. Still haven't got any surveys. SliceThePie
) - Pays in PayPal - Review songs for money. Not a bad idea, and the work is alright. The pay isn't good though. I forgot to log in this month. CRYPTO FAUCETS
Not a way to make real money, but kind of fun to mess around with. Newest addition is BitHunt
). It's an autofaucet like FireFaucet
). A bunch of different altcoins to choose and it'll run in the background for a few hours each day. Here's some recommended sites, from best to worst: (though these ones are all good)
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