Easy Earning Bitcoin with adBTC
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.
You don’t have to interact with the site once you’re there, you just view it for the required length of time then you’re free to move on. The length of time may vary depending on how many satoshi you’ll be paid; the longer the advertiser asks you to stay, the more satoshi you can earn.
Of course, the benefit the site gets is eyeballs on their content. I’ve found many sites I’d not previously known about by using PTC sites like adBTC. There is a high percentage of sites I’m not interested in but so long as someone is slipping me a few satoshi to check it out then you can bet I’ll go take a look.
adBTC offers three different ways of viewing sites and earning satoshi: Surf Ads, Active Window Surfing, Auto-Surfing. Each type opens a site in a different way and pay rates differ between types.
Surf Ads open the site into a new browser window. You can then browse the site (or navigate away to somewhere else, even a different tab) while the timer ticks down to your payment. Once you’ve been there long enough, the satoshi are transferred to your balance.
Active Window Surfing opens the site with a bar across the top of the page. Once the timer has run out you must answer a simple challenge question to verify you still have the tab open.
Auto-Surfing is an easy way where your browser does most of the work for you. Once the visit time has elapsed you move on to the next website automatically.
They also offer an option to Buy Referrals where you can purchase referral earnings from other users. I’ve not used the site long enough to determine if this is a viable secondary means of referral income or not. Let us know in the comments if you’ve done this and what you thought!
Bitcoin payments can be made direct to your wallet (20,000 satoshi minimum withdrawal).
Update: Payment Proof
Note: Since this payment proof was taken, FaucetHub has been removed as a payment option due to it ceasing to operate as a microwallet service.
From everything I’ve read online about adBTC they have a good reputation for paying out as expected once you reach the threshold, and I have not experienced any issues with them. They are the real deal so I’m happy to keep on using their service to earn free crypto.
Check them out for yourself at adBTC.top