What is a Bitcoin Faucet: explanation and examples

What is a Bitcoin Faucet? This is a question that many of our users ask us.

A simple explanation

What is a Bitcoin Faucet? A Bitcoin Faucet or, more in general, a Cryptocurrency Faucet is a website that grants to you to earn a free small amount of bitcoins (named satoshis) or other altcoins.

This is possible just solving a captcha code, displaying several advertising and clicking on the claim button. The name, as you can image, comes from the similarity between a real faucet, that dispenses water, and a Bitcoin faucet, that give you free money.

How to earn free Bitcoin

To show you how it is simple to earn free Bitcoin from a faucet will use, of course, our website.

On the CryptoAddicted faucet you earn Bitcoin by captcha. This means that, by solving a captcha code, you have the possibility to claim your reward.

1^ Step: Insert your Bitcoin Address

If you do not have a Bitcoin wallet yet, you can refer on this list of wallet or read this review on Coinbase wallet.

2^ step: Solve the Captcha code

This step allows you to earn Bitcoin by captcha. Click the checkbox to prove that you are not a robot and, if a screen like that on the picture is displayed, you have to solve it.

3^ step: Claim your reward

Now the most fun part, you have to click on the Claim button and you’ll receive a random reward with an amount of satoshis.

The story

We aren’t the firsts, but we are doing well our job. Many faucets were born since the 2014, when the Bitcoin technology was already mature, and many others were disappeared. These sites were born to initially distribute bitcoin and progressively began to deliver also Ethereum, Monero, Zcash, Dash and other cryptocurrencies. This is a good list of the currently faucets that you can use together with the CryptoAddicted faucet.

Why a Bitcoin faucet should give you money for free?

Advertisements is the keyword for a Faucets. Without the revenue from advertising the faucet admins won’t be able to pay you. For this reason, the faucet pages are full of advertising that you need to display and click to receive your free Bitcoin.

Are you a Faucet owner?

Advertise your faucet on CryptoAddicted! Read more information on the Your ADV Here page or ask us to insert it in our Crypto Faucets List writing at support@cryptoaddicted.biz.

Do you have other questions about the topic “What is a Bitcoin Faucet”? Write us an email at support@cryptoaddicted.biz or insert a comment below and we’ll give you further details.

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