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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Best Strategy for Claiming Bitcoin & Litecoin Faucets

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  When you first start claiming faucets Your just clicking/tapping your way through the advertisements Then you see the pattern it has been there the whole time. Well, congratulations its time to make this a little more profitable. If you don't have a lot of time on your hands you can't sit in front of your computer or tablet 24/7 clicking through advertisements. My god that would drive anyone insane and probably unhealthy for you too also not too mention sounds like work.
First, you got to understand how faucets work. To be simply put nothing in this world is for free. Faucet owners get paid to show you advertisements and pay you a small amount of crypto for your time and hope you will click an ad. That amount only goes up when the number of views does. They have a good estimate of how much they will make that month.so a percentage of that gets rolled over to cryptocurrency. Some FO's will replenish the crypto, some will not till the next payment from the advertisement agency like this one.


 FaucetHub Is a great place to start cashing in on faucets. FaucetHub has a chat room just by chatting you have a chance to gain random coins that are in the form of  "rain" but do read the chat rules first. To get you started we are going to use, CoinPOT.win (Update: CoinPOT.win has reopened under new ownership and has agreed to pay out all balances.)  because he has multiple coins including Bitcoin & Litecoin.

I do NOT recommend using micro wallets for long-term storage. The safest wallet is an offline wallet, paper wallet or a hardware wallet like the Ledger Nano S. When you sign up with FaucetHub you have to have your own Wallet Address for the coin you're going to claim. I like Exodus for the desktop and Coinomi or Jaxx for the android.I have not used mac or apple.
For this purpose, we are going to stick to just two Bitcoin & Litecoin but you can apply this to any of them it is very simple. find faucets through faucetHub for the coin you want. Test the faucet over a few days before adding to your must claim list. Look for ones that have pools instead of a set amount to claim. although don't rule out set amounts if they pay well. Look for faucets that have high balances. Some faucets give bonuses for clinking links before claiming.
Once you have your faucets picked out. go to coinmarketcap.com. Watch the price go up and down all day. It is very volatile. When the price is up you will claim less than you will get when the price is down. As you get better at claiming these two you can add more facets or coins to your list. You can also apply this to my beginners guide found here. Yes, its that simple.


Tuesday, November 28, 2017

How to Get Free Crypto for Beginners

  Let's face it, people in today's society it seems like nobody cares what your time is worth. To me, my time is very valuable as is yours. So that being said I want to thank you for taking the time to read this. You, just like me spend a lot of time waiting: doctors office, a line at the bank, grocery stores sporting events, or your cousin's son dance recital. I imagine like me you play mobile games or browse next to useless posts on social media while waiting. There is a better way, let me take you down the rabbit hole.
 Three easy steps that anyone can do to get paid while you wait. first off you need to know what cryptocurrencies are. (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin.) If this is the first your hearing about it.  I recommend The Bad Crypto Podcast. Start with episode 01.
1: You are going to need a wallet to store your crypto in like Coinpot. (Its free)
2: Collect from Faucets. (It's free but cost you your time)
3: Sign up for a Coinbase account. Turn your crypto into cold hard cash. You can also buy crypto here too. ( if you deposit $100 you will get $10 in free bitcoin)
Here is a list of faucets that pay directly to Coinpot. If gambling is your thing, you can check out BTC Heat but I don't care for gambling myself. If you like games check out Crypto Warfare. You're not going to get many Bitcoin in the beginning, but it is fun to play and a friendly community to chat with while you play.

Once you have built up a nice little stash of crypto you can use Coinpot or ShapeShift to exchange them from one to another.

You are not going to get rich or be able to quit your day job collecting from faucets. The ads are annoying at first till you learn how to navigate around them but nowhere near as annoying as having $150 worth of troops being obliterated while you sleep.

After you're comfortable with the system above, I recommend checking out Faucethub.
I save my Dogecoins till I have about 200 or 300 then send them to Wizory.  (Update:closed)(It's free to sign up) for cloud mining. They also give you free Gh/s when you sign up.

  I hope this little read has helped you get started claiming from faucets. Please be very careful in the crypto universe as there are plenty of scammers out there trying to steal your cryptocurrency. If it sounds too good to be true it probably is. I try to update this blog often sites change, some die some skyrocket. This is the forefront of this technology. Experts have compared it to the Dotcom and eCommerce boom. If you like what you have read here please share it and help spread the word. Follow me on Twitter.