Reading Time: 4 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: 4 minutes RollerCoin is an online Bitcoin mining simulator – essentially a Bitcoin faucet but a lot more fun to use. While most faucets are dull (prove you’re human, spam ads at you, pay you a few satoshi), RollerCoin makes the task of earning Bitcoin fun. The more games you play, the more power your mining rig becomes and the bigger piece of the block reward you earn.
Reading Time: 2 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 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