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What are Bitcoin Faucets?

What are Bitcoin Faucets?
Bitcoin faucets are reward systems which are in the form of a website or app. The process involves the dispensing of rewards at predetermined intervals of time. Individuals are rewarded for completing a captcha or any other tasks described on the website and can win prizes for games like “Bitcoin fidget spinner”. Individuals can claim fractions of Bitcoin as rewards, and need to wait a certain amount of time between winning more free bitcoin.
Why Bitcoin Faucets?
Faucet websites strategically attract many visitors through the incentive to win “rewards”. Most of the faucet websites and apps offer Bitcoins as rewards in the form of Satoshi. One Satoshi is a hundredth of a million Bitcoin (BTC), which is 1 Satoshi = 0.00000001 ฿. In turn, these websites display advertisements provided by advertisers who are paying the faucet owners to display ads on their websites. The reward system prompts visitors to return to the faucet website to spend time effectively earning Satoshi rewards. When visitors click the advertisements which are on display, faucet owners can generate high revenues.
Who uses Bitcoin Faucets?
Bitcoin faucet is a platform for many novice users who are willing to learn about bitcoin and who would like to spend extra time on these websites and apps to claim rewards.
How are Bitcoin Faucets websites and apps handing out free Bitcoins?
Bitcoin faucet websites are giving away free Bitcoins for the following reasons:
  1. People learn about Bitcoin
  2. People earn from Bitcoin
The business model of a bitcoin faucet is very simple; visitors visit the site and provide their bitcoin wallet address or email id that is associated with a wallet. Timers on these websites track the time spent by each visitor on the faucet website and after a certain period of time, the visitor is entitled to a reward. Filling out a captcha or solving a simple math puzzle is then required to claim the reward. This reward is credited to the wallet immediately or on a designated weekly payout day.
Both the faucet visitor and the faucet owner are paid for watching and posting ads respectively – most of these websites have an enormous quantity of ads posted on the web pages. To prevent one person from claiming all the rewards, faucets fix a time interval between 5 minutes and 24 hours between each visit. If someone claims over 120 times in 24 hours, he or she will be banned forever from logging into the website and getting payouts.
However, several deceitful faucets deliberately place ads such that an individual would accidentally click an ad instead of “claim bitcoins” button. This type of business model is attracting cheap traffic and driving them to click on these ads.
“Cheap” traffic gets generated from a referral system. Bitcoin faucets allow visitors to earn a percentage of the Bitcoins and the remaining is granted to visitors who have joined through a referral system. The generating of more traffic with this method is a thriving industry and has enabled the creation of a contemporary website known as “The Bitcoin Faucet Rotator”.
A faucet rotator is a website that allows a visitor to quickly surf through various faucets available without opening a new tab or a new site for each ad. Rotator, at a quick pace, helps individuals to visit every paying faucet to save time as some of the ads gets refreshed frequently.
You might think by visiting faucets that you could make a lot of money but keep in mind that it’s not a realistic choice. After hours of work, moving from website to website, you might end up with only a few bucks. Even after 24 hours of work, anyone who claims a new batch of coins every 30 seconds and plays faucets that are paying 10,000 Satoshis (which practically don’t exist), would be making 0.0024 Bitcoins on that day. That amounts to only 70 cents. However, someone who owns a faucet possibly could generate decent revenue but the website would need a lot of traffic to be sustainable.
Conclusion
Faucets are the most popular websites to help new users learn about Bitcoin while earning some Bitcoin. It is always worth being extra cautious when signing up to a faucet website. As a lot of these website owners provide many services such as, wallet hacking, account trading, and/or the cloud mining of miners can occur so one needs to be cautious when choosing passwords for the websites.
The source of this article: CryptoCurrency News
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Cranes for top-five coins by capitalization

Cranes for top-five coins by capitalization

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Crypto-currency cranes are resources that pay coins in exchange for visiting, clicking, entering captcha and other actions. Now the network has several types of such cranes. The first with the accelerated withdrawal of funds for purses, and the second with the withdrawal of the earned coins only after a considerable amount of money has accumulated on the account.
The first type of crane is best used, as they reduce the risk of time resources being spent on fraudulent structures. Also you need to find a bitcoin-crane with instant withdrawal of money for wallets. This criterion corresponds to the resource freebitco.in. It has been functioning for more than five years and is visited by tens of millions users.
Before you start working with it, you need to login. The work is done on the PC where the registration took place. User needs to solve the captcha. Each Satoshi received depends on the numbers shown arbitrarily.
There is another crane - Ethereum-faucet.org. It is used to assemble the ether. It also has a panel where the captcha is solved. Minimum Ethereum-faucet is 0,00000001 ETH and it is carried out on the rotator Faucethub.io.
Faucethub is a collector of coins from cranes. Such rotators allow you to combine the withdrawal of money immediately from a number of cranes. They have simple and convenient referral programs that make it easier to work. The referral program is associated with all the cranes connected to it.
To start working, you need to enter the wallet data, where the crypto coins will arrive. However, you can use the rotator only if the collection of crypto currency is carried out at once on several resources.
The network also has the Cryptomininggame service. It differs from other cranes. It can work not only with the ether, but also with Bitcoin, as well as DASH, LTC, BCH and is made in the form of a quest with many levels. On this service bonuses are paid every day, there is an exchange of currencies at a favorable rate. You can conduct currency mining and have a referral program. The funds are transferred to the rotator faucethub.io.
With the help of cranes, you can not earn a lot of money. For this purpose you need to use a bot, because a person does not have time to do this. In a month you can earn more than twenty-one thousand Satoshi. This roughly corresponds to 0.00021600 bitcoins. Of course, this is not so much, but the cranes are not designed to be used to get Bitcoin for a short period of time. There are other ways and technologies for this.
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Cranes for top-five coins by capitalization

Cranes for top-five coins by capitalization
Cranes for top-five coins by capitalization

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Crypto-currency cranes are resources that pay coins in exchange for visiting, clicking, entering captcha and other actions. Now the network has several types of such cranes. The first with the accelerated withdrawal of funds for purses, and the second with the withdrawal of the earned coins only after a considerable amount of money has accumulated on the account.
The first type of crane is best used, as they reduce the risk of time resources being spent on fraudulent structures. Also you need to find a bitcoin-crane with instant withdrawal of money for wallets. This criterion corresponds to the resource freebitco.in. It has been functioning for more than five years and is visited by tens of millions users.
Before you start working with it, you need to login. The work is done on the PC where the registration took place. User needs to solve the captcha. Each Satoshi received depends on the numbers shown arbitrarily. There is another crane - Ethereum-faucet.org. It is used to assemble the ether. It also has a panel where the captcha is solved. Minimum Ethereum-faucet is 0,00000001 ETH and it is carried out on the rotator Faucethub.io.
Faucethub is a collector of coins from cranes. Such rotators allow you to combine the withdrawal of money immediately from a number of cranes. They have simple and convenient referral programs that make it easier to work. The referral program is associated with all the cranes connected to it. To start working, you need to enter the wallet data, where the crypto coins will arrive. However, you can use the rotator only if the collection of crypto currency is carried out at once on several resources.
The network also has the Cryptomininggame service. It differs from other cranes. It can work not only with the ether, but also with Bitcoin, as well as DASH, LTC, BCH and is made in the form of a quest with many levels. On this service bonuses are paid every day, there is an exchange of currencies at a favorable rate. You can conduct currency mining and have a referral program. The funds are transferred to the rotator faucethub.io. With the help of cranes, you can not earn a lot of money. For this purpose you need to use a bot, because a person does not have time to do this. In a month you can earn more than twenty-one thousand Satoshi. This roughly corresponds to 0.00021600 bitcoins. Of course, this is not so much, but the cranes are not designed to be used to get Bitcoin for a short period of time. There are other ways and technologies for this.
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ADVICE - Starting first income stream

Hey, I'm a 20 year old college student (Econ/Fin major) living in a dorm and going to school. I have set aside 1k towards building an income stream (1k can be increased over time Capital isn't an issue). I am debating between a couple ways and just want to get some opinions or suggestions on what a friend and I could do.
  1. Start a website/blog teaching people about the markets (stock/economics) and how the world works. I have learned most people know nothing and I feel it is a good niche. To make money I would use ad's/affiliate links/refferal links and I might review products and services for investing from my experiences.
  2. Build a bitcoin faucet rotator and use referral links to make money from said faucets.
  3. HYIP referral business reviewing and providing my opinion on the safest and most efficient way to make money off of the high risk investments from my experience.
  4. Shopify store selling a low cost high margin product like vape juice or something.
  5. Bitcoin/micro crypto faucet website and make money from ads.
  6. Buying a pre-existing business on Flippo (Shopify/Website/FBA Amazon)
Advice? Thanks in advance btw. I have been spending too much time trying to figure out what to do and just want to start something. I have 3 weeks to build the business before school comes back. LMK
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I updated VirtaEarn with actual information

I updated VirtaEarn with actual information. And suggest to all community members update their websites.
Due BitCoin price rising a large of BTC faucets is down or pay very little. So I suggest to use Xapo faucets Because payout is direct to you wallet and you and don't need to wait a week for payout. And you don't need to fear that faucet go bankrupt and you don't receive your payout.
I updated Faucet List and Faucet Rotator with new and paying faucets.
Coinwallet.co.th offer is still open and you can earn some VirtaCoin by BTC2VTA converter. But not 145 000 due VirtaCoin price rising. If still don't completed you can check on first VirtaEarn post to learn how to do that. And you should to verify your ID.
From other earning options I suggest to complete all Tasks from last VirtaEarn post ( If already don't competed)
Surf and Earn VirtaCoin from Mousetraptraffic and learn to play VirtaCrypto.
Crack your first code at VirtaCrypto. Send the solution and your VirtaCoin Online Wallet address to [email protected] and put 'VIRTACRYPTO' in the subject. If you successfully complete this task you will receive 5000 Virtacoins in your Virtacoin wallet.
You can also earn 500 VirtaCoin every day on VirtaCrypto.
I see big potential on VirtaCrypto and I'm willing to promote it hard. So you, John, can add some ads to this page to earn a little money (you can also use this page for 1-2-3 campaign ads).
Don't have a lot of free time. But I know that there are people who still want to Earn VirtaCoin Free. Still researching for other VirtaCoin earning options.
Thank you to all active community members here!
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I updated VirtaEarn with Actual information

I updated VirtaEarn with actual information. And suggest to all community members update their websites.
Due BitCoin price rising a large of BTC faucets is down or pay very little. So I suggest to use Xapo faucets Because payout is direct to you wallet and you and don't need to wait a week for payout. And you don't need to fear that faucet go bankrupt and you don't receive your payout.
I updated Faucet List and Faucet Rotator with new and paying faucets.
Coinwallet.co.th offer is still open and you can earn some VirtaCoin by BTC2VTA converter. But not 145 000 due VirtaCoin price rising. If still don't completed you can check on first VirtaEarn post to learn how to do that. And you should to verify your ID.
From other earning options I suggest to complete all Tasks from last VirtaEarn post ( If already don't competed)
Surf and Earn VirtaCoin from Mousetraptraffic and learn to play VirtaCrypto.
Crack your first code at VirtaCrypto. Send the solution and your VirtaCoin Online Wallet address to [email protected] and put 'VIRTACRYPTO' in the subject. If you successfully complete this task you will receive 5000 Virtacoins in your Virtacoin wallet.
You can also earn 500 VirtaCoin every day on VirtaCrypto.
I see big potential on VirtaCrypto and I'm willing to promote it hard. So you, John, can add some ads to this page to earn a little money (you can also use this page for 1-2-3 campaign ads).
Don't have a lot of free time. But I know that there are people who still want to Earn VirtaCoin Free. Still researching for other VirtaCoin earning options.
Thank you to all active community members here!
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Erowid, a non-profit drug educational organization, gives a detailed look at how they used Bitcoin as a source of donations since March 2011

I recently sent Erowid a question about their Bitcoin donations (the quoted parts) and I got an extremely detailed reply about their history with Bitcoin donations. Thought I would share.
But first, here is a link for donating with a wide range of crypto-currencies.
I'm a regular user of Erowid and have donated some in the past and just some today: https://blockchain.info/tx/5fb862085e0803458d9e9e6ad97eebbc50c90132b161316913382249702dce46
Thanks! We really appreciate it. Bitcoin is one of the most useful and interesting new payment systems since zero-fee paypal in 1999, which has ended up nothing at all like it started. It's now a very useful email-address-based gateway to the giant international VISA/MC conglomerate. It's a handy system, but that whole transaction skimming conspiracy is a little disturbing, costly, and monopolistic.
I was looking at your address and see that it is only a month old, yet you have been accepting Bitcoin since Mar 2011. In the spirit of openness I'm curious about why you changed addresses and
Many Bitcoin advocates and technologists state that a new address for every transaction is actually the right way to improve privacy and to firewall tracking of payments and transactions. I believe that viewpoint is kind of the opposite of openness, it is based on trying to keep people's transactions more private, despite the entire BTC blockchain database being fully public and exposed.
I spent some time a couple years ago trying to get a server-based wallet set up that would generate a new address for each transaction and it wound up being a lot harder than I could get working reliably. The more unique addresses, the less erowid donors are tied together, thus a little more privacy. We will try again at some point.
Currently, we keep a local bitcoin wallet and backups and rotate the BTC addresses every month or three, depending on a variety of factors.
and how much you received on your previous ones. Also I would like to know if you hold a fraction of Bitcoin or convert all to fiat directly.
At the moment, I can give you a rough outline of how we choose when to sell bitcoins. It different than people who are on the buying end. We have always conceived of BTC as 'micro donations', but some number of people over the years (let's say 30) have asked directly to pay for a membership with BTC instead of other methods. In order for that to make sense as an organization, we need to convert those bitcoins around the time of the donation so that the donation in bitcoin results in the amount near the dollar value that the donor was offering.
So, for a t-shirt that might be a $45 donation. If/when that happens, we transfer the appropriate number of bitcoins out on or near that day to convert BTC into USD. Then we can enter that person's donation into our donation system and the accounting matches up: person gets a $45 membership, we get $45 into our bank account. Accounting is fun! :\
Further, because we are entirely a donation-based non-profit, we are always in the position of trying to have BTC donations be of non-zero USD value to the organization. That means selling them at some point. The question of when to sell them is obviously complicated.
One can view BTC as a deflating currency or an investment or a security or maybe a commodity.
We are generally conservative about them and have mostly sold the BTC we've received within a few months of their donation in order to generate USD for the organization. So, say we got 1 bitcoin 2 years ago when they were worth $30 each. If it wasn't tied directly to getting a sweatshirt or otherwise needed to wind up as a row in our banking records, I would hold onto to the coin and wait for a time when the value of BTC was going upwards and sell that bitcoin for more than it was worth when we received it. But I did not hold onto them for years, since that defeats the purpose of supporting the organization and it locks up the bitcoin trading market if everyone holds and never sells.
However, the goal is always to wind up with money in the bank sooner rather than later, since we run a business.
As far as previous addresses go, I believe that the reasoning behind the privacy concept is NOT to give out previous addresses, though obviously it's a tiny figleaf.
We sold 1 BTC last week when the value hit $500 and another this week when the value hit $600 and will probably sell again if the price continues to rise. If I had a completely configurable trading system, I would likely set a sell order for 1BTC at $675 OR sell 0.5 BTC in 14 days if the price is >= $600. My reality is that I have to make the sales manually, because I don't have a reliable trading site that delivers to my US bank.
The vast majority of total bitcoins we've sold were sold for under $30 a piece. When we opened our first bitcoin address to check out the system, The Faucet gave me 1 BTC just to help get the ball rolling. Obviously such things no longer exist and we're in a period where bitcoins are both volatile AND valuable.
We had one donor give us some bitcoin back in early December and requested we wait to sell it until it hit $1200, but ALSO required that we open a separate account at a bitcoin trading company that took two weeks to complete as the company confirmed our banking information and identity, etc. By the time we'd gotten the new account set up, we were well into the price crash and so we are holding onto that bitcoin for some future price that is closer to what the person donated it at.
On the other hand, we received several BTC last september when they were in the 100-200$ range and we sold all of those at between $800 and $1200 each in late november and early december as the price was running up. That was actually during the fall of MtGox who was our only trade location until October, 2013. I had initiated a sale of two bitcoins in early September and six weeks later, MtGox had not deposited the money in our account and had no estimate for when they would do it. Happily, they credited my account the USD, I bought BTC, and moved them back to an offline wallet.
I'm not sure how to be both transparent AND private, but I can tell you the current address is typical of better months from the last year. We currently get a few hundred dollars a month in BTC, unless we're doing a big fundraising push, in which case we get double or triple that.
With the price increase in the last 14 days, May was a good month.
Happy to answer more questions and chat about how we manage bitcoin, but the main concepts to keep in mind are : trying to limit the exposure of blockchains for privacy reasons, trying to optimize for USD coming into our budget, generally being conservative so we will choose to sell rather than hold bitcoins, and having a rule of never selling all our bitcoins but selling off parts of what we receive over time to reduce risks and exposure.
We currently use coinbase and bitpay, after having gone through 10 or so different BTC->USD systems. What we need is reliable and stable and most of the others have run afoul of the federal money cops in the US and have been shut down or had their banking connection shut down.
I'm always interested in recommendations for other trading / sales sites, but we need one that can deposit into a US bank for it to be useful for erowid center. And we need one that is stable, represents a real business, and is unlikely to poof into a cloud of oily smoke.
I see today we got a .01 and a .05 bitcoin donation to the current address, bringing our total for the last month up to .654 ish, which is great! With the price heading upwards (rather than hovering at $400), that's actually a useful amount of money. Thanks!
Looking at the charts today, it seems like a lot of people decided to start selling as the price hit 650+ and so the price had a small crash today while I wasn't paying attention.
Anyway, hope some of that is useful. Erowid Center's budget (income and expenditures) are all public information, but our list of donors is not and we do what we can to protect the privacy of the people who choose to support our controversial project.
Thanks again for your contribution! Hurray that you didn't have to pay VISA 0.35 + 2% to do it.
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