I shouldn't care that it is another red day in crypto land. I do have long term investments, but I still I do hate those days. It took a few days before the market did knew in which direction it did want to go, and we all know by now that the South direction was chosen!
So regardless of that I did add 2 new Faucets to my Faucet Crypto Portfolio. On is a microblogging site, the other is a BTC Faucet!
Satoshihere can be compared with freebitco.in in my opinion. But if you are willing to put in some decent amount of time, you can earn some decent Satoshi by filling in surveys.
Just like freebitco.in, there is the possibility to have a spin at the wheel of fortune.
Each 30 minutes you do have a chance of winning 125000 Sats! Not one attempt but three attempts. But mostly you will win 1 or 2 Sats. My average after 87 claims is 1.5 Sat per claim. So let's say you could win up to 9 sats per hours. Which is more than you could claim at Betfury for instance.
The surveys do cost time, don't believe the indication of time. And sometimes after answering the first couple of question, they do let you know that you are not the targeted audience for the specific survey. This would result into a reward of 8 sats.
Just like most faucets you can try to gamble you way into millions, but the ante is pretty high for most games, so watch out or you will get burned.
The withdrawal has been set to 30000 sats, will try it out when I do reach that. At the moment after 1 days of trying out I do have 1000 sats. But I did loose some while trying out the games :(
Still for the moment a great addition to my faucet portfolio!
Feel free to use my referral link:
Noise is a microblogging site where you can earn BCH. While it looks promising there are some flaws, which you do need to understand.
After creating an account, you should link a BCH wallet address to your profile, otherwise you will miss some payouts. You do get rewarded for writing articles and scoring upvotes, by upvoting other posts and by writing decent comments.
More or less just like on Hive. The differences are that they payouts are directly send to your wallet. And not every upvote will result into a payout.
Hidden there is some reputation system, the higher your reputation is, the more chance that an upvote you do score is converted into a payout.
If you want to earn some money, you will have to create a network, which of course takes time. They do have a #leofinance, #proofofbrain and #hive chamber.
The chambers can be compared with the communities on Hive.
After a first day of testing it out, I did earn 0,00117664 BCH or 0.56 euro. Not a lot but things do add up. The pro is that it is directly send to your wallet. You could link a Celcius BCH wallet too, meaning that you will also start earning interest on your earnings.
It is relativity fresh, so there are still some flaws in the system. Lot's of spam but you can block those users and grade them as spammer, which should result for them into a decreased income. While this doesn't like fair, it is sometime which you should do.
You can find me on noise.cash here: https://noise.cash/u/Fullcoverbetting
Feel free to drop me a comment here or there, to let me know that you are also already part of noise.cash.
I will try it out for at least a month and see what revenue it generates, but I do have the feeling that it can turn into a major player in my faucet portfolio!
At the moment I am using the following faucets:
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