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[goggles3000] List of High-paying Faucets
« on: May 06, 2019, 03:34:17 AM »
grab.tc
Link: https://grab.tc/?ref=45285
Complete shortlinks, offers, PTC ads and jobs offered by this website to earn bits (satoshi). There are monthly contests for the highest number of referrals, shortlinks and offers completed with great rewards for the winners!

freebitco.in
Link: https://1n.pm/mWdlY
This is a well known faucet that pays users every hour. The concept is similar to the site above. If you are very lucky, you might win the highest payout (worth $200.54 at the time of posting). Considering that you are doing nothing but clicking on a roll button, this seems to be a good site. Each roll also gives you 2 free lottery tickets and 2 reward points. Lottery tickets enter you into a weekly lottery draw. This week's top lottery prize is 0.30811565 BTC is currently worth $1400.59. Reward points can be traded for benefits. I'm not a fan of gambling and firmly believe that you will lose money in the long run. If you would like to try your luck and have some fun, however, there is a Multiply BTC section featuring a provably HI-LO game which awards 1 free lottery ticket and 1 reward point for every 1000 satoshis that you wager.

cointiply.com
Link: https://1n.pm/fRc3s
Hourly faucet which pays extra when you roll prime numbers. You can also earn by watching videos, completing offer walls (Tap Research, Adscend Media, AdGate Media, Minute Staff, Revenue Wall, Opinion Capital, Theorem Reach, Offer Toro, Persona.ly, Wannads, Kiwi Wall, Offer Daddy, PTC Wall, Pollfish, Clix Wall, Say So Rewards, Adwork Media, Super Rewards). Try your luck on the multiplier if you are feeling lucky!

Moon Faucets
These are a unique set of faucets - you decide how often to claim! Most faucets only allow you to claim at fixed intervals of time. With the Moon faucets, you can claim as little or often as you like. The faucet fills rapidly initially and slows down over time until you make a claim. You decide how often you want to claim, with the knowledge that the amount keeps building up! With these sites, there is an opportunity to increase claim amounts through the daily loyalty bonus, referral bonus, offer bonus, mystery bonus and mining bonus schemes. These faucets pay out to CoinPot.
* moonbit.co.in (https://1n.pm/cxoij)
* moonbitcoin.cash (https://1n.pm/xpOtT)
* moonliteco.in (https://1n.pm/sIc3D)
* moondash.co.in (https://1n.pm/IbS9a)
* moondoge.co.in (https://1n.pm/dC1wb)

Other CoinPot Faucets
bonusbitcoin.co
Link: https://1n.pm/PM4ux
Claim up to 5000 satoshi every 15 minutes. This site also pays a 5% daily bonus. You can also use this site as a GPT site by doing offers and surveys (Super Rewards, Wannads, Offer Daddy, Offer Toro).

bitfun.co
Link: http://bitfun.co/?ref=9F7F4EABABE9
Claim from this faucet every 3 minutes. You might be happy to know that this site allows you to earn by playing games. If you prefer to do offers and surveys, Super Rewards, Wannads and Offer Toro are available.

Semi-passive Sites
If you prefer something which earns by doing little work, the sites below may be of interest. While some of them may require more effort at the start, the results will soon pay off.

firefaucet.win
Link: https://1n.pm/izjXe
This is the closest thing to a true auto-faucet! Complete shortlinks, mine or complete offerwalls (AdGateMedia, Offer Toro, Offer Daddy, Pollfish, PTCWall, MinuteStaff, Wannads). A single shortlink gives 50 autoclaims as well as 50 activity points which help you level up. As your level increases, each claim gives you slightly greater value in crypto. You may decide whether payments are kept in the Fire Faucet account or directly to Faucet Hub. Funds within the Fire Faucet account can be withdrawn manually to Faucet Hub. Payments are fast and can be seen almost instantly. It should be noted that once you start the Auto Faucet, you have to leave it the tab open for it to continue claiming crypto. The tab itself does not have to be active and you can continue with your personal activities.

satoshilabs.net
Link: https://1n.pm/O7l7Y
A combination of GPT, autofaucet and game, all in one website. Tasks in the offerwalls (AdscendMedia, PTCWall, ShortLinks, AdGateMedia, AdWorkMedia, MinuteStaff, TheoremReach, Persona.ly) give you credits, while the faucet and mining game give you lab flasks. Both are exchangeable with one another. Purchase mining equipment from your hard work to start earning lab flasks passively! Note that Generators and Security are the best investments due to greater ROI. Energy decreases every hour and each energy point costs 3 points + 0.75 credits for every 5000 production. You should consider enabling Autorefill Energy, as production decreases when energy goes down. Using the site's formula for calculating satoshi generated per hour, the top person in the leaderboard currently earns ((279167/10)*0.14)*(100/100)= 3908 satoshi per hour.

gain.gg
link: https://1n.pm/tRErc
GPT site with multiple offerwalls (AdGateMedia, OfferToro, AdscendMedia, Peanut Labs, SuperRewards). You can earn passively through AdscendMedia videos if you wish. Every 3 ads played (does not have to be actively viewed) gives 8 coins. For reference, 1000 coins = $1.00. Instant payments with $0.01 minimum withdrawal. Pays out to Paypal, OPSkins, Bitskins, BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH.

cryptomininggame.com
Link: https://1n.pm/wgMyM
Mine crypto either through the game, or for real! Missions allow you to level up as well as earn crystals, mining power and crypto at the cost of energy, which replenishes with time or by doing shortlinks. Each mission also gives you tickets for entry to a weekly Mega Jackpot. The site is also releasing a light version of the game Crypto Mining War very soon, which you can play using cards (earned through the website as well). The final version is still under development, but it is fun, multiplayer and crypto can be earned through it.

eobot.com
Link: https://1n.pm/2ltNo
Before proceeding, it should be noted that this is a Cloud mining site. Majority of Cloud mining sites are ponzi scheme scams. It is uncertain if that is the case for this site. A crypto deposit is made as an investment, which gives mining power. It should be noted that 24 hour mining contracts will definitely give a loss on this site - you receive less than you invest. Only invest in 10 year contracts if possible. I generally only use crypto I gain from faucet and GPT sites to fund this account. NEVER use real money on Cloud mining sites.

btcpop.co
Link: https://1n.pm/i0ovS
A proof of stake (POS) pool which has been running for 5 years. A staker is an individual who makes a deposit of cryptocurrency to perform block validation functions. In return, these individuals obtain a percentage of their deposit as a reward, similar to an investment. btcpop.co has a faucet to claim many different altcoins, which start staking automatically as these enter your account. This means that you don't have to deposit your own funds, but can instead build up a passive income solely based on the faucet. There are other features such as peer to peer lending (requires ID verification), bond trading as well as investment of shares, if you are interested.

Thanks for reading and happy earning!
« Last Edit: December 13, 2020, 12:17:43 PM by goggles3000 »

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Re: [goggles3000] List of High-paying Faucets
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2019, 10:39:40 AM »
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Re: [goggles3000] List of High-paying Faucets
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2020, 11:33:33 PM »
Cryptography is the branch of mathematics that lets us create mathematical proofs that provide high levels of security. Online commerce and banking already uses cryptography. In the case of Bitcoin, cryptography is used to make it impossible for anybody to spend funds from another user's wallet or to corrupt the block chain. It can also be used to encrypt a wallet, so that it cannot be used without a password.

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Re: [goggles3000] List of High-paying Faucets
« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2020, 12:49:52 PM »
I don't think faucets are worth the time and resource in recent times. One would have to spend more than one month to get the withdrawal threshold which is very meagre. It's about time we spend the little we have on staking. For an easy gateway, I recommend the staking platform from atomicwallet.io, which is truly decentralized.

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Re: [goggles3000] List of High-paying Faucets
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2020, 03:55:12 PM »
I use atomicwallet for staking but I also spend a bit of time on faucets. I use expressfaucet for their range. I have been collecting tron and digibyte.
Due to increase in crypto faucets have reduced the amount per claim.

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Re: [goggles3000] List of High-paying Faucets
« Reply #5 on: September 10, 2020, 12:32:55 PM »
Earning crypto through faucets probably great waste of time. Always website owner make money. But like binance official bnb faucet was great & worth price.

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