Reading Time: 5 minutes You might notice a bit of a theme happening with my posts lately, and that’s because I’ve been looking at a lot of paid-to-click (PTC) Bitcoin websites to see what they have to offer. I decided to pen this article after trialling a decent amount of different sites so in an effort to collect my findings all in one place. My hope is that I can help steer you in the direction of the legitimate sites and keep you clear of the bogus ones. I’ll expand this list as I trial new sites and have results to share.
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Reading Time: 2 minutes Satoshimals.com is excited to announce the launch of their new high-paying Bitcoin faucet! We wanted to set ourselves apart from other faucets out there that offer only small rewards by including a massive 100,000 satoshi maximum prize. You become a Satoshimal when your hunger for free Bitcoin satoshi turns you into an animal! If this is you, then read on!
Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ll admit I was a little sceptical of this pay-to-click (PTC) website when I first stumbled upon it. Whenever I find a new site, I always check out reviews on Google and this one had a few “SCAM” warnings, but I pushed on to check it out for a number of reasons: 1 – The screenshots I could find didn’t look anything like the site I was on and, 2 – They pay instantly, on demand to FaucetHub.io
Reading Time: 3 minutes As far a Paid-to-Click (PTC) websites go, adBTC is by far one of the easiest I’ve found to use. I’ve only been using for a day or so at the time of writing, but so far I’ve not had any issues. PTC websites pay users a small amount of Bitcoin satoshi to view a website. Advertisers sign up with sites like adBTC to get visitors to their website. They then split their fee with the users who visit the site, and that’s all there is to it.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Money-Clicker.com is a site I found recently and decided to give it a go for the sake of research… and free Bitcoins of course! So as the name suggests this is a “Clicker” style game, essentially an easy-to-play game you can play while doing other things.
It’s a virtual mining game where you start out with the beginner level cave where you can mine for stone and coal, which can be traded for in-game currency…
Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s no secret that the wide-scale use crypto is still to come. Sure, there are more places now than ever before that’ll accept Bitcoin and a handful of other coins, but there are magnitudes more who don’t. Cryptocurrencies no doubt one day will become as ubiquitous as cash and as easily recognised and accepted by the public at large, and to help it get that way there are a number of things everyone can do.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Febbit is a fun, easy to play Bitcoin mining simulator that pays out in real Bitcoin. You play as Feb, (one half of the Feb / Bit combo, Bit being the robot) who spends his 8-bit days mining for crypto. You start off with the most basic of equipment, but as you earn more credits, dust, Febbit (in-game currency), and satoshi you can upgrade the chips in your mining rig. There are nine slots you can fill in any combination you like to best suit your style of play.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Let’s get one thing out of the way – I’m somewhat of a cryptoholic. Whenever I can, I’m buying my favourite coins or exchanging other cryptos for it. I’ve a diverse range of coins I follow, but only a few I’m holding tight and growing their balance. This is a method I use to grow the wallet balances.
Reading Time: 3 minutes When you’re new to crypto things can quickly overwhelm you. New terms and acronyms to learn, new markets to follow, new coins every day competing for a share of your attention. What can you do to cut through the FUD and minimise the FOMO without getting in over your head in fiat debt? Free crypto can get you started without any money, and here’s how you can get it.