New Litecoin faucet up! Win up to 200uLTC every hour!
Inputs.io was hacked and lost 4100BTC... It's hard to say if and when
it will be back up. Many of the inputs faucets below will be down but
some of those faucets are switching to other payment systems so check
those from time to time. Ones that switch over will be noted here.
There are plenty of ways to get free Bitcoins. These are typically
called Bitcoin faucets. Some faucets payout quickly and others are
delayed once a day. If you use these sites regularly and they have an
option to delay your payment, I suggest you do so, since the transaction
fees can add up. It is better for you, the sender, and the network as a
whole to delay payments.
Some faucets use the inputs.io or CoinBox.me
wallet to store your Bitcoins until you decide to transfer them to your
wallet. This is to be able to make microtransactions after the 5430
restriction without spamming the blockchain.
I'll be putting other cryptocurrency faucets here too, or at least until
each currency has a good number of sites to get a separate page. If
the dispense column range is 0, I either don't have the information for
it or it's not a typical faucet. Here are the faucets!
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