Can a person get Bitcoins for free if they don’t involve themselves in mining?
With the value of bitcoin skyrocketing and everyone looking to hold their bitcoins just in hope of even more increase in the value. You start to wonder is this even possible to get bitcoin for free? Yes, there is.
A popular word in the Bitcoin community is ‘faucet’. In other words, faucets can be called just giveaways. They work on the principle described above – you earn your free coins with a predetermined regularity, for example, every 5 minutes, or every day. The websites offer absolutely different kinds of activities for which users get paid.
While a few faucets offer fixed amounts of coins, other provide satoshis within a particular range. For example, FreeBitco.in offers payments in between 300-something satoshis to 0.3 BTC, and on Crococoin, you have a chance to win an entire Bitcoin. A majority of websites will offer visiting pages, watching videos, or even playing games.
Faucet is an important part of any respectable dice website in the crypto community. On sites like DiceCoin.io, you receive 0.00001 BTC or 1,000 satoshis every five minutes, but on the condition that your balance is empty. There is a similar condition on PrimeDice, but the amounts are smaller – 0.000002 BTC. Of course, you can multiply your coins by making bets and being lucky.