Best Paying Bitcoin/Crypto Faucets Right Now

Here are the best bitcoin faucets I have found! The order is based on how much they pay me weekly!

1. FireFaucet (Auto-Facet): Hands down best auto-faucet (and thus the best bitcoin faucet in my eyes)! Complete a few simple tasks and let it auto-claim up to 9 popular cryptocurrencies at the same time while you sleep! Pays out directly to wallet, Check out my FireFaucet Guide! ๐Ÿ˜‰

2. Cryptoscourge: Best bitcoin faucet for manual claiming that I found! Claim 80 satoshi every 60 min (complete 1 quick shortlink), get up to 100% loyalty bonus built up daily. Good offerwalls too.

3. Satoshilabs: Build up a passive production of satoshi! It can be a little rough at the start – but great potential earnings! Pays directly to wallet.
4. Coinpot Faucets: Starts out a little slow, but claim at least once a day to build loyalty bonus up to 100% + random bonus and 3 tokens per claim! Pays directly to Coinpot Microwallet! No fee on withdrawals!

5. Hideout TV: Earn 2000+ Satoshi passively every day. Just let it run videos on 3 devices (gaming consoles work too), and check on them every now and then for recaptcha. Maybe not technically a faucet, but you can claim your rewards to any faucet with Adscend Media offerwall (all you have to do after registering is log in through an offerwall, and it gets linked)! I personally cash out to Satoshilabs and occasionally Cryptoscourge, but that’s really up to you! ๐Ÿ™‚
6. Cointiply: Nice and stable faucet, second best bitcoin faucet I’ve found for manual claims, loyalty bonus, great ptc wall and weekly interest pay available! See my Review for more details!
7. Neobits: Cool Faucet with claim up to 10 000 satoshi every 60 mins. It also has some of the best paying shortlinks if you have time for more, and easy to make PTC ads to promote your site.
8. Free Litecoin: Roll for free LTC every 60 min. It’s similar to Free Bitcoin, except that you don’t get punished for not playing their games. So I actually prefer Free Litecoin. Also check out Free Ethereum. All have paid me recently, so they are greenlighted for now.
9. Free Bitcoin Cash app: Android app, spin prize up to 100 000 satoshi every 60 min, extra spins for watching short ads! 

10. Coin-Farm: Build a neat little passive income over time by logging into this zero effort game once a day to collect! WARNING: Be careful with investing more money than you can afford to lose, as this seems like it could be a ponzi scheme (pays for now)! See my Review for more info.
11. Satoshi Hero and Satoshi Monster (same account): 3 random claims up to 250 000 satoshi every 10 and 20 mins (+offerwalls).

That pretty much concludes the best bitcoin faucets, but keep scrolling and you might find a hidden gem! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Here are a few more sites worth checking out (Still testing most of these myself, so I don’t recommend big investments):

12. One Ad Pack: Brand new Ad Platform, not even opened yet! Get in on ground floor and test with me! ๐Ÿ™‚

13. Infinity Traffic Boost: Promising new and different PTC ad platform, where you earn ad credits AND satoshi (around 35 satoshi earned every 10 ads surfed!)

14. Ad-BTC: Neat looking PTC/ad platform that seems to pay relatively well, some cool features! Let’s test it out togther! ๐Ÿ˜€

15. PTCShare: More ptc clicking for you! ๐Ÿ™‚

16. Clixcoin: Earn money by clicking ads (also offers auto-surf daily).

Your feedback is valuable! If you have any questions or concerns, or just found a faucet you like, please feel free to leave a comment below (no spam) – and I’ll get back to you asap. English Please!

64 thoughts on “Best Paying Bitcoin/Crypto Faucets Right Now

    1. Yes, I had the same experience, and definitely agree. Are you referring to the review pingback? Maybe it does look a bit like a promotion with that combination, but it was not meant that way! So I removed that pingback ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. Hi are you interest to have invest for just invest 1k USDT and get 7% payout monthly? And you can choose you investment and to get repeat referral fee daily.

    1. Hello Eugene. ๐Ÿ™‚ I am planning on making a guide on this down the line when I have less work to do myself, but I can give you a few pointers on this. I will use cointiply as the example here, as it’s the easiest to start with.

      1. It takes some trial and error, and timing is very important. Running an ad 24/7 is not recommended on a low budget, you should monitor when it’s working and pausing when it’s not doing well. Pay attention to the other ads that are currently running to get ideas on what and how to promote, but try to make sure yours stand out a little.

      2. Pay 10% extra for the featured and top of list bonus, they rotate which ad gets shown first, so yours will be first just as much as any other featured ad (pretty sure length doesn’t matter here, but over 10 sec might get prio – though it’s too expensive to start with imo).

      3. You can get some profits by finding a good single site that you like, and that isn’t being promoted by everyone else constantly. That was Firefaucet for me, I started sending people directly there before I made this blog. Lists/blogs work better than 1 page simply because you get referrals on several sites rather than just 1. THat being said, I got more referrals faster by linking directly to Firefaucet referral link than I do by linking to my list!

      4. Perhaps most important; Keep in mind that this is no get rich quick thing, it takes a lot of time and some work to get anywhere, so be patient!

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    1. Ok, it looks a lot like Neobits and Blitzcoin (I recommend Neobits if you haven’t registered; less work, better rewards and they pay out). I don’t think I’m registered on clickbits, do you have a referral link? I’ll get started with a review comparing it to it’s siblings shortly. But to make it complete, I need a confirmed payout, and can’t really know how long that will take yet!

    1. Hello! ๐Ÿ™‚ I have withdrawn twice from Cryptoscourge this week, and it’s processed on sundays, so should see them on Coinbase within 24 hours or so. Currently trying out Neobux, but I’m not very impressed so far. They pay $0.001 per ad, and you get 11-15 of those available per day. Then they claim you can win a bonus, but you have to watch more ads for a chance of this. After 200+ of these non-paying ads and zero extra rewards, it’s not very appealing.

    1. Okay, so I checked it out via your link just now. My first impression is that it’s a fairly well established site compared to Neobits and Blitzcoiner (which I removed, as I deemed it a waste of time). On the other hand, it only pays out roughly 1/3 of Neobits on Faucet and Shortlinks, which is how most people will earn. They have great rewards on contests, but the competition there will be way too fierce for me! So I am unlikely to ever use Clickbits, sorry!

      But I will probably write up a review on Neobits where I can reference Clickbits instead, and then I can use your reflink there if you want, is that alright? ๐Ÿ™‚

      If you aren’t doing it already, I suggest you set up an hourly claim routine with a timer on your phone (that is if you have a lot of down-time, but if you don’t then your time is better spent on other faucets anyway)! I am thinking about writing up a post with a suggestion for this, and screen-capping my own phone showing my routine.

      Assuming you have set up an hourly timer and still find yourself wanting to do more while waiting for those counters, here’s how I prioritize that time (when I’m not working on my blog):

      1. Consider just taking a break from it all, burnout is the worst thing you can do to yourself.

      2. Offers on Cointiply: They may be time consuming, but in the long run, they can help you get your own referrals and increase your earnings! I have a few Tips On PTC Ads that I try to keep updated as well!

      3. Do more shortlinks/offers on passive income faucets like FireFaucet and Satoshilabs: This just depends where you need it the most, on Firefaucet you will extend the run time and get some xp, on Satoshilabs you will speed up the passive income generation (this can take a while, so I probably would just do the minimum on FireFaucet and then prioritize Satoshilabs)!

      Hopefully you found this helpful and not too much “wall of text”, and don’t hesitate to ask if there’s anything else!

      Good luck to you! ^^


    1. No, I live in Norway and use it with my own IP (never try to trick it with proxy or VPN, you will get banned!). I think the website is available worldwide, but there may be some exceptions. They have a pre-release of an android app that seems to pretty much be USA only, but hopefully they will extend that too! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Though the earnings may vary based on your country and the available ads, because as usual – it’s the ads that give points!

      Norway is not a great country in that aspect, it’s small and people here are generally extremely skeptical to anything foreign online. I make between 2000-3000 coins daily on cointiply/cryptoscourge from the videos(ads), so that’s why I used that number! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Allcoins is one of the faucets from faucethub that pay out the most every week (second to firefaucet I believe). But whether or not it’s worth it, depends on how much effort you want to put into it. You mentioned you don’t like shortlinks, and I don’t either, so I don’t keep the auto-faucet running any more than the 10 minutes you get per day. But it has a decent claim amount every 5 minutes compared to many faucets, so again – depends on effort level. ๐Ÿ™‚ I removed BTCpop as I was unable to sell the JMC into bitcoin at even 1 satoshi per coin!

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    1. Look, it’s very obvious what you’ve been doing! I’ve been more than courteous about it, but this is getting ridiculous! Stop wasting more of mine and your own time please!

      1. Hi! Happy to see you replied ๐Ÿ™‚ I had read your comment about your health so I thought maybe you wouldnโ€™t be on for a while. Hope youโ€™re feeling better. Health comes first (which i learned the hard way). Will you still be doing crypto related work? Seems like you have a great strategy with everything and Iโ€™m thankful that
        You share so much here! Definitely inspired me to get my butt back to work! ๐Ÿ™‚

        1. I’m not really sure to be honest. Would be tips on trading crypto if anything, spending time testing faucets is no longer worthwile for me. I will probably be answering any comments to the best of my ability, but won’t keep up with how the faucets develop. But I’ll focus on more reliable and better streams of income for the time being. I will be working with people in the Kibo Code program, it’s gonna be much more than just dropshipping, that’s just the beginning. If you wanted to join that, I would definitely help (the link is an affiliate link, but I’m not gonna try to push any harder on that)! It’s a big investment for most people, but very worth it in my opinion, and with good money back guarantees.

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