A bitcoin faucet is a website that is giving away free bitcoins to its registered users. To be able to claim all you have to do is to sign up on the website, solve a captcha and get free bitcoins.
We’ve got a 30,000 satoshi withdrawal threshold currently, which means once you have collected 30,000 satoshi, you may create your withdrawal request whenever you want.
In our faucets we are eager to provide users with best offers and payout rates on the market. In order to keep our business profitable we constantly work to protect our faucets from bots, spammers and cheaters. Our bitcoin faucet is made for real users only and any attempt to use scripts, bots, hacker attacks, etc will be banned. We have internal algorithms that determine suspicious activities that we do not disclose.
The withdrawal requests are processed once per day before 12:00 UTC time. You’ll see your transaction become “Completed” in the withdrawal history.
Satoshi Hero covers all the transaction fees for you. You will receive the whole amount you’ve made in our website.
We have a Games section with two games available now. We also have a partners section with links to trusted places to get free bitcoins and spend them well.
Yes, we have an affiliate program which pays a lifetime 50% commission from the money your users have made. Just copy your affiliate link and paste it to your bitcoin-related website, or a forum signature, or even a Youtube video, to make money!
If you have any questions, you can contact our support by emailing us. BEFORE contacting support please make sure that your request meets following requirements:
BAD EXAMPLE: ADMIN!! WHERE IS MY MONEY?!?
GOOD EXAMPLE: Hey, i’ve requested a withdrawal at [DATE&TIME] to my address [WALLET]. I can see it is in Manual status for more than 3 days. Could you please explain me what else is needed and why it is taking so long to withdraw my bitcoin?
All requests to support that don’t meet requirements will be ignored. It is solely your responsibility to write a proper understandable request. If you think you are ready - don’t hesitate, shoot to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency in the world and one of the world's largest payment systems. Unlike traditional currencies, Bitcoin is not regulated in most of the countries and it is decentralized (meaning there's no Central Bank involved). The network is transparent, you may see all the transactions in it, though it's anonymous, so you never know who's made the transaction.
Satoshi is a smallest fraction of a bitcoin. 1 satoshi equals 0.00000001 BTC, or 100 000 000 satoshi are equal to 1 bitcoin. This divisibility makes bitcoin suitable for micro-payments or micro transactions, like those used in bitcoin faucets.
Most countries do not count bitcoin illegal, though once again in most countries bitcoin is not legally a mean of payment. Some countries have given an official status of money to bitcoin, others have banned it completely, making it illegal to use, own or trade bitcoins. This regularly updated article will give you a deep understanding of legal status of bitcoin in most of the countries of the world.
There are various bitcoin faucets out there, each with its own rules, though normally they are websites where you have to create your own account and then complete a small task to receive free bitcoins. Normally the task is to solve a captcha, which would prove you are not a bot. Usually you can’t do that too quickly, as bitcoin faucets have timers, which means you can only get free bitcoins once or a number of times during some specific period of time, e.g. 10 minutes.
There is a number of large bitcoin exchanges, where you can buy bitcoins for fiat currencies from other users, like Kraken, Poloniex, or Bittrex. Please note that you will have to meet KYC requirements in order to be able to trade bitcoins there. Another good idea would be to use a service like Localbitcoins, which is also a safe way to buy or sell bitcoins, based on your location.
The number of places you can spend cryptocurrencies is growing exponentially. Yesterday you could only use them to play in online casinos or pay for questionable services in darknet, though today you can purchase nearly everything using bitcoins. Large companies like Expedia, Microsoft or Gyft already do accept bitcoins. A nice list of places accepting bitcoins is located here: https://spendbitcoins.com/.
The main differences between free bitcoin faucets are:
A bitcoin faucet can become a fun and easy way to make some beer money. Also if you’re a site owner, you may send traffic to a bitcoin faucet and make some extra affiliate profits, as most of the websites of this kind run their own affiliate programs.
Satoshi Hero is a funny character we’ve created for you to make the process of getting free money from us more fun. Satoshi Hero is an ordinary superhero who really loves Bitcoins. Why do I have to sign up with an email in Satoshi Hero? We only accept new accounts with valid email addresses and the first step after your successful registration will be an email confirmation. We need your email for 2 main reasons: 1) we’ll send you various confirmation messages; 2) we’d like to communicate with you: we’ll send occasional info about your progress, our new features and some more fun stuff.
Yes. We’re using SSL certificates in each of our services to make sure the data is transferred securely between your browser and Satoshi Hero. What we also do is require an email confirmation if you login from a new place or create a withdrawal request.
For the moment, no. We’re thinking about adding Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash, but for the moment our website only works with bitcoins.
The amount of free satoshi you’ll get is random here. You’ll get from 1 satoshi to 100,000 satoshi completely free. Just solve the captchas and see where it gets! You can solve 3 captchas every 10 minutes, which means a lot of chances to win the highest 100,000 satoshi prize!