FireFaucet is the best autofaucet I’ve found, and an excellent source of free bitcoin and other cryptocoins. It’s exactly what it sounds like, a faucet that claims automatically for you! There’s a bit of setup required, but once that’s done, maintenance is pretty simple.
In this guide I want to focus on how to get the most out of FireFaucet!
Register an account on FireFaucet! Once you have done that, click on the dropdown menu on the top right (with your username on it) and “wallet addresses”, and start filling them out as you please. You can exchange between coins, so no need for them all unless you really want to!
A few weeks back I was promoting and claiming from a site name TF Bitcoin. It had similar sites for Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple and Dogecoin. The claiming is easy, and payout is seemingly high, so I was excited about them. Despite the red flags, I gave them the benefit of the doubt.
Obviously I can’t write a step by step guide on how to make a successful ad on Cointiply. If everyone is doing exactly the same, it will stop working for most of us. However, I can give you some pointers on how you can make your own thing work!
How To Create Your Own Ad:
It’s very simple, just go to PTC Ads -> Create a PTC ad and fill out the form.
Shortlinks are a type of advertisement where you look for buttons, or links that get you to a specific landing page. They are riddled with popups and other ads, and can seem confusing and annoying! They often contain adult matter, so don’t do them in public!
However, they can give you some decent payoffs for the time it takes, especially on FireFaucet! And keep in mind that ads are what pays your bitcoin from faucets!
Here’s a video Showing you how to do a few of the more annoying ones on FireFaucet:
It will give you an idea of how it works. (I will keep the written guide below in case you don’t want to watch the video, or have trouble loading it).
Now that you know how to do shortlinks, why not check out my FireFaucet Contest?
NB, Faucethub is rebuilding, and not usable at this time!
Head over to Faucethub and register, using your main Bitcoin Wallet! If you are completely new to cryptocurrency and don’t have any wallets set up, I recommend you start with Coinbase, and use those wallets for selling the bigger coins, I do this myself and it is instant and secure!
If Coinbase isn’t supported in your country, then Freewallet is a good alternative!
The premise is simple: you buy birds for silver, they lay eggs, you sell the eggs for more silver – then withdraw in cash or bitcoin (or buy more birds to increase profits).
The eggs will just keep gathering while you are offline, so you can just login and sell whenever you feel like it, but there is a daily bonus on a 24 hour cooldown that you definitely need in the beginning.
What is cointiply? Is it a legit site or a scam? Well, it’s my Favorite all-around bitcoin site, so this review will be very biased and more of a fluff piece. Hopefully you will see why I highly recommend it! It works very well on mobile also, which is always a plus! But if you’re gonna make money with faucets and similar activities, you want to do a lot of it on a computer!
Cointiply is a multifaceted bitcoin site, with a premium faucet as its main draw. And the faucet is indeed really good, with a minimum pay of 22 satoshi every 60 min (+51 if you roll a prime number). Get over 100 000 satoshi on a jackpot roll (see table below). On top of that you add a 1% loyalty bonus for every consecutive day you make at least one claim, up to 100%! If you do enough offers, you can get an even higher multiplier! Free sign up and no deposit needed to boost this bonus.
First of all you need to set up a Coinpot account, but it’s free and easy, and you can withdraw the coins to any wallet with no fee. I recommend you convert everything to BTC while the price of Bitcoin is low.
Then put in the same email on all these faucets that deposit coins directly to your coinpot: