There are many faucets online for you to claim some free Cryptocurrency. However, the most annoying part is you will need to accumulate a certain amount of Cryptocurrency before you can make a withdrawal to your wallet. Here come in the microwallet to solve this problem. The faucets can send the Cryptocurrency to your microwallet so that you can accumulate the Cryptocurrency faster in microwallet from multiple faucets.
I will show you the most popular microwallet here and list of faucets which are easiest to claim.

Claim from faucets

Faucethub is a microwallet service which essentially helps users and website owners store funds and transfer funds to each other in a secured way without going through the process of blockchain which uses fees for each and every transfer. The owner is a great guy and very active and helpful. The support team and moderators deserve the same reputation also. If you have still not opened up an account in Faucethub, you are losing out on too much bitcoins.

Using Faucethub is easy, but new users or beginners stumble on the first step. In this very short guide I will tell you exactly how to do start with it and what you need to do.

Recommended Faucets:

Starbits

Claimbits.win

Fautsy

Gobits

Claimbits.io

Fanbit

Kickasstraffic

Ducksite

Bitlucky

Bitgolden

BigBTC

Btcforclicks

Bitsilver

 

REGISTRATION PROCESS:

You do it as you will with any websites. The only thing you need in addition is a bitcoin wallet address. If you still do not have it. See how to get one here.

Connecting your account:

In Faucethub, you need to connect your present bitcoin address. What happens is this:

There are several sites that pay to Faucethub account. What it means is Faucethub generates an address of itself corresponding to the bitcoin address that you add to your Faucethub account. So, when these sites pay, they pay to the corresponding address that you have with Faucethub. All these goes on in the background and you won’t see it. When a site asks you to put in your “Faucethub Account” It means that you put in the same address (bitcoin wallet address / litecoin wallet address / dogecoin wallet address) that you have linked with your Faucethub.

HERE IS AN EXAMPLE TO MAKE EVERYTHING EASIER:

Suppose your bitcoin wallet address is : XYZ123

In Faucethub you add this address.

Now, when a site tells you to put in your Facuethub address, you put in XYZ123.

When the site sends you bitcoins you will get bitcoins in your Faucethub address XYZ123.

You do not get your bitcoins in your bitcoin wallet address XYZ123. For that, you need to withdraw your funds from Facuethub account to your bitcoin wallet address.

For withdrawing your funds, you need to go to your Faucethub account and then withdraw to your bitcoin address XYZ123.

If you have many other bitcoin address such as: ABC123, DEF123, UVW123 and you put any of these address in the sites that ask for your Faucethub address, you won’t get the funds in your bitcoin address since these addresses are not linked to your Faucethub account.

You can link multiple addresses to your Faucethub account.

Linking an address to your Faucethub account:

Once you signup and login, you will see your dashboard by default. Click on the tab “Wallet Addresses” Then below you will see a space to put in your wallet address that you want to link to Faucethub.

Faucethub deals with more than 10 types of Cryptocurrency including Bitcoin(btc), Litecoin(ltc) and Dogecoin(doge) cryptocurrency systems. So, after putting your wallet address, you have to select the type of currency

Then just below click the “Link This Address” button.

Now you are done.

Join / Register at Faucethub

 

The below are the faucets that I filtered out which is the most profitable.

 

Starbits

Claimbits.win

Fautsy

Gobits

Claimbits.io

Fanbit

Kickasstraffic

Ducksite

Bitlucky

Bitgolden

BigBTC

Btcforclicks

Bitsilver

Complete all these 13 faucets will take you 5min and you can get around 500 satoshi. Then repeat again and again. You can simply earn upto 10000 satoshi.

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