Senin, 27 Oktober 2014

Big List of Bitcoin Faucet

Faucet List
bitcoindrips - min 400 every 60 minutes
f3-btc min 400 sat every 60 minutes
bitcoinbarry - 1000 satoshi every 360 minutes
rekbitcoin - 705 satoshi every 800 minutes
rapidbitco- min 300 every 360 minutes
minions
top-bit
cryptogolds
bitcoinerz
1000 SAT every 800 minutes
satoshigenerator
luckyfaucet
aquabitcoin
freebitcoinhome
safebitco
theearner
your-bit.co
siizo - 222 satoshi every 20 minutes
bubble-bit.co
freebit.website
sumosatoshi
get-free-bitco
busbitco.in
freebetco.in
artbitco.in
elenabitco.in
Free BTC - minimum 1000 sat
faucetstrong - minimum 1253 sat
razer - 1300 sat
bitcoinmarketbtc
bitcoin.cryptorials
Fast BTC
bitcoins43
BTC Free - 1000 satoshi
superfaucet - 1200 satoshi every 800 minutes
chicken-btc
bitcoinstormz
btc-tree
bitcoin-gator
zoobit
way2btc
claimbit
super-bitcoins
btc-4-free
coin-x
onlinux
Suiza - 1500 satoshi
bad-boys 1000(64%), 1500(25%), 2000(7%), 3000(3%), 5000(1%) satoshi every 480 minutes
getmyfaucetbtc
playbitco.in
dz-service
frog-btc
infaucet
btcoinsworld
bitreg
thefaucetfarmer
mars
sun
saturn
venus
jupiter
goldwmr.ru
cryptofree - 900 satoshi every 180 minutes
bazarofbitoins - 1002 satoshi every 600 minutes
btc-tree
waterbitco.in
faucet.green - paytoshi faucet
faucet.red - paytoshi faucet
faucet.blue - paytoshi faucet
satoshicountry
satoshisky
bitcoinfactory
fastsatoshi
b-t-c 1000 satoshi per hour
bitcoinpuddle.com
satoshigarden.org
plumfaucet.ml
ronfex.ru
shionfaucet
bdlcoin.net
bitcoin.mka.biz.ua
caribit.co.in
bitcoinclub.eu/spain
deasfanara.esy.es
cobrashome.de
btc2you4free
manysatoshis
freebitcoinow.ru
bitcoinclub
jbitcoinclub.eu/latvia
faucoin.com
jrswab.com/justgetbit
faucet.is-great
freebits.ru
faucet.coinbanned
freebitcoin
btcf.doge-coins.ru
ronbitko.ru
moneyinpjs.com/fast-bitcoin
zarabotat-bitcoin
btcgiveaway
earn-bitcoin.tk
newservicenetwork
bitkran.ru
supercoins
megafaucet.ru
warhammer-coin
adhieshop.esy.es
spektrumfaucet.mine.nu
superdeal-faucet
bitcoinclub.eu - 200 satoshi every 15 minutes
bitcoins43 - 200 (90%), 500 (8.9%), 1000 (1%), 2000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 360 minutes
coin.maweb.eu - 100 (70%), 250 (25%), 1000 (5%) satoshi every 60 minutes.
satoshi.jecool - 100 (70%), 250 (25%), 1000 (5%) satoshi every 59 minutes
cauldronofcoins
forbit.co.in - Claim 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 Satoshi BitCOin Every 5 Minutes
artfaucet.ru - 155 (61.5%), 200 (31.7%), 300 (4.9%), 500 (1.1%), 1000 (0.3%), 12000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 60 minutes
bitcoinfast - 10000 (5%), 5000 (10%), 1000 (15%), 250 (20%), 100 (25%), 50 (25%) satoshi every 5 minutes.
bizznes.net
farmblogfaucet.myfunnyfarm - 150 (60%), 200 (20%), 300 (15%), 400 (5%) satoshi every 60 minutes
faucet.turbobitcoin - 200 satoshi every 60 minutes
bitcoin4free
moneyinpjs.com/bitcoin-city
faucet.bitcoin-source - 250 (95.5%), 350 (3.8%), 500 (0.6%), 1000 (< 0.1%), 100000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 240 minutes.
starcoin - 100 (55%), 250 (30%), 500 (15%) satoshi every 30 minutes.
btc-center - 20000 (2%), 500 (5%), 200 (23%), 150 (20%), 100 (25%), 50 (25%) satoshi every 5 minutes
earncoin.us - 200 satoshi every 60 minutes
mybitcoinfree - 15000 (5%), 5000 (5%), 1000 (5%), 500 (10%), 250 (20%), 150 (30%), 50 (25%) satoshi every 5 minutes
moneyinpjs - 00 (83.2%), 250 (10.4%), 500 (5.2%), 1000 (1%), 5000 (0.1%) satoshi every 60 minutes
myfunnyfarm -210 satoshi every 60 minutes
faucetcrypto - Possible rewards: 500 (20%), 400 (20%), 200 (30%), 100 (30%) satoshi Every 10 minutes
coinsforfree.hol.es - 199 satoshi every 60 minutes
allbitcoin - 250 (80.6%), 270 (17.2%), 500 (1.1%), 750 (0.5%), 1000 (0.2%), 10000 (0.1%) satoshi every 30 minutes.
faucetbox.thesatoshibay
the-q.website - 384, 512 or 1024 satoshi every 1 hour
freebtc.in.ua - 100 (29.2%), 200 (28%), 300 (20.2%), 500 (13.4%), 700 (8.9%), 1000 (0.5%), 5000 (0.2%), 10000 (0.1%) satoshi every 45 minutes
kranbitcoin - 200 satoshi every 60 minutes
pentafaucet - from 255 to 2555 satoshi every 60 minutes
bitcoinfaucet.esy.es
faucet.terazbitcoin - 50000 satoshi (0.08%) 4000 satoshi (1.25%) 500 satoshi (45.42%) 50 satoshi (53.25%) Get a reward every 1 hour
redfaucet - 220 (97%), 270 (2%), 1200 (1%) satoshi every 8 minutes
cryptodrips
favoritefaucets - Rewards 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 1100 5100 10100 every 15 minutes
cheesecoins - 350 / 500 / 5000 satoshi 60 minutes
captchas.rocks - 101 (40%), 375 (49.5%), 500 (10%), 1000 (0.4%), 2500 (0.1%) satoshi every 60 minutes
bitcoins87 - up to 400 satoshi every hour
thehouseofdiem - 10000 (0.3%), 5000 (0.7%), 1000 (1.1%), 800 (11.1%), 500 (13.9%), 200 (23.5%), 100 (29.8%), 300 (19.1%) satoshi every 60 minutes
btcgoldrush
shark-faucet - 300 satoshi every 60 minutes
rapidbitcoin - 1200 (10%), 640 (5%), 410 (5%), 250 (80%) satoshi every 65 minutes
poogiesbitcoin - 350 (59.2%), 450 (34.9%), 500 (4.8%), 600 (0.9%), 1000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 180 minutes
freebtc.in.ua - 200 - 1500 satoshi every 60 minutes
bitcoinfaucet.co - 250 (40%), 300 (29%), 350 (30%), 5000 (1%) satoshi every 120 minutes
free-bitcoin.club - 250 (40%), 300 (29%), 350 (30%), 5000 (1%) satoshi every 120 minutes
rapidbitcoin - 400 (97.9%), 1500 (2%), 100000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 180 minutes
your-bit.co.in - 300 (70.7%), 500 (20.2%), 800 (5%), 1000 (3%), 3000 (1%), 100000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 180 minutes
one-percent - Get Reward 550 up to 750 satoshi every 100 minutes
abicoin - 150 (24.7%), 300 (24.7%), 400 (24.7%), 500 (24.7%), 600 (0.8%), 1000 (0.5%) satoshi every 60 minutes
minutefaucet - 10000 - 8000 - 6000 - 3000 - 2000 - 1000 - 800 - 600 - 400 - 300 - 250 - 200 Every 5 Hour
printmoney - 300, 600, 1000 satoshi every 60 minutes
yokocoin - 150 (24.7%), 300 (24.7%), 400 (24.7%), 500 (24.7%), 600 (0.8%), 1000 (0.5%) satoshi every 60 minutes
bitmais - 100 (51.2%), 300 (41%), 500 (5.1%), 1000 (1%), 2000 (1%), 5000 (0.5%) satoshi every 15 minutes
youbit - 300 500 800 1000 5000 10000 50000 satoshi every 60 minutes
coinme - Every 60 min - Possible rewards: 380
bq2 - 120 - 777 satoshi every 40 minutes
faucetmania - 600 satoshi every 400 minutes
coin-machine
fastbitcoin - Every 60 min - Possible rewards: 400 -- 800
freebitcoinusa - 300 - 5100 satoshi every 5 minutes
freebitcoinhome - 525, 625, 725, 2025 satoshi every 120 minutes
btcdrips - 405 Satoshi 70%, 455 Satoshis 29%, 2005 Satoshis 1% every 2 hour
moneyinpjs - 400 (50%), 550 (40%), 1000 (9%), 2000 (1%) satoshi every 60 minutes
btcfaucet.club - 650 (81.6%), 870 (18.2%), 3000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 60 minutes
electrum-faucet - 00 (40%), 400 (30%), 600 (20%), 800 (10%), 1200 (6%), 1500 (3%), 5000 (1%) satoshi every 120 minutes
btcfaucet.club - 650 (81.6%), 870 (18.2%), 3000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 60 minutes.
flushfaucet - 300 (99%), 1000 (0.9%) satoshi every 300 minutes
btcfaucetlist
claimyourbitcoins - 100 (50.5%), 500 (26.2%), 800 (11.1%), 900 (6%), 1000 (3%), 5000 (2%), 10000 (1%) satoshi every 15 minutes
bithell - 300 - 25000 satoshi every 30 minutes
jazfaucetlist - 77777 satoshi (0.5%) 6666 satoshi (1.5%) 555 satoshi (88%) Get a reward every 4 hours
bitcoinnewsday - 555 satoshi every 120 minutes
c-free.info - 580 (81.6%), 750 (18.2%), 3000 (< 0.1%) satoshi every 360 minutes
xz.bitreg.net - 100 - 500 satoshis every hour
realbit.ru - 120 - 777 satoshi every 30 minutes.
cmmonitor - rewards every 10 minutes 300 - 1100
tastybtc - Rewards vary from 300 satoshi(62%) to 25000 (0.5%) every 30 minutes
bitheaven.io
thefaucethunter
faucetcloud.com
c-pay
infaucet
bitreg
alcoins.ru
luckybitfaucet
destinybtc
bitcoins.kurai.nl
bitfaucet.eu
btc.in.ua
mundocrypto
bitganancias
bitcoincia
btc.01g
freebitco.in
bitcoinker.com
coincheckin.com
moonbit.co.in
bitcoinzebra.com
bestbtcfaucet.com
luckycoin.me
bitframe.co.in
hotswap.co
pinktussy.com
flyingfaucet.com
bitcoinker.com
cryptoplanet.co
dailyfreebits.com
cryptoblox.com
btcfaucetlist.net
robcoins.com
freebtcfaucet.com
freebitcoins.today
greenbitco.in
coinerfaucet.com
freebitcoin24.com
faucet.cryptbond.com
mezzabank.com
fairyfaucet.com
dailyfreebits.com
businessedeas.nl
scratch4satoshis.com
big-coin.eu
myfreebitcoins.org
bitcoingenie.info
satoshibear.com
qoinfaucet.com
free-bitcoin-faucet.tk
moneyinpjs.com
therunningfaucet.com
faucet.ogsi.it
luckycoin.me
mybtchour.com
kharz.byethost7.com
bearbitco.in
silver-faucet.ogsi.it

List of faucet from http://bitcoin-cloud.eu
bitcoin-faucet.eu
get-free-bitcoin.eu
best-bitcoin-faucet.eu
bitcoin-free-faucet.eu/
win-free-bitcoins.eu
get-bitcoin-free.eu
free-bitcoin-faucet.eu
get-bitcoins-free.eu
bitcoin-best-faucet.eu
best-free-faucet.eu

Hot......

Claim every 5 minutes or less

secondbit - 100 sat every 5 second
rollingfaucet - every 5 minutes
yoshifaucet - every 5 minutes
minionsfaucet - every 5 minutes

How to have Bitcoin Account ?

Your bitcoin account will be called wallet and numbers of providers approved by bitcoin.org that offer wallet for anyone. You can choose where to your bitcoin wallet. I may self choose Desktop type provided by blockchain.info, but you can choose Desktop, Mobile, Hardware, or Web. For current active list you can choose your wallet here but if you want to be able to use your email and original bitcoin address you can signup here.
Coinbase is a new wallet which have promotion to use their service. As a new member you get 10,000 satoshi as welcome bonus. There are some exchangers that you can choose to exchange your cryptography currency to bitcoin, bitcoin to other cryptography currency and bitcoin to Payment Processor including Paypal, bitcoin to your Bank Account (if available in your country).
Some exchangers will be inform later in this blog. If you need it urgent you can request via comment below.

About Bitcoin

What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a network that enables a new payment system and a completely digital money. It is the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network that is powered by its users with no central authority or middlemen. From a user perspective, Bitcoin is pretty much like cash for the Internet. Bitcoin can also be seen as the most prominent triple entry bookkeeping system in existence.
Who created Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is the first implementation of a concept called "crypto-currency", which was first described in 1998 by Wei Dai on the cypherpunks mailing list, suggesting the idea of a new form of money that uses cryptography to control its creation and transactions, rather than a central authority. The first Bitcoin specification and proof of concept was published in 2009 in a cryptography mailing list by Satoshi Nakamoto. Satoshi left the project in late 2010 without revealing much about himself. The community has since grown exponentially with many developers working on Bitcoin. Satoshi's anonymity often raised unjustified concerns, many of which are linked to misunderstanding of the open-source nature of Bitcoin. The Bitcoin protocol and software are published openly and any developer around the world can review the code or make their own modified version of the Bitcoin software. Just like current developers, Satoshi's influence was limited to the changes he made being adopted by others and therefore he did not control Bitcoin. As such, the identity of Bitcoin's inventor is probably as relevant today as the identity of the person who invented paper.
Who controls the Bitcoin network? Nobody owns the Bitcoin network much like no one owns the technology behind email. Bitcoin is controlled by all Bitcoin users around the world. While developers are improving the software, they can't force a change in the Bitcoin protocol because all users are free to choose what software and version they use. In order to stay compatible with each other, all users need to use software complying with the same rules. Bitcoin can only work correctly with a complete consensus among all users. Therefore, all users and developers have a strong incentive to protect this consensus.
How does Bitcoin work?
From a user perspective, Bitcoin is nothing more than a mobile app or computer program that provides a personal Bitcoin wallet and allows a user to send and receive bitcoins with them. This is how Bitcoin works for most users. Behind the scenes, the Bitcoin network is sharing a public ledger called the "block chain". This ledger contains every transaction ever processed, allowing a user's computer to verify the validity of each transaction. The authenticity of each transaction is protected by digital signatures corresponding to the sending addresses, allowing all users to have full control over sending bitcoins from their own Bitcoin addresses. In addition, anyone can process transactions using the computing power of specialized hardware and earn a reward in bitcoins for this service. This is often called "mining". To learn more about Bitcoin, you can consult the dedicated page and the original paper.
Is Bitcoin really used by people? Yes. There is a growing number of businesses and individuals using Bitcoin. This includes brick and mortar businesses like restaurants, apartments, law firms, and popular online services such as Namecheap, WordPress, Reddit and Flattr. While Bitcoin remains a relatively new phenomenon, it is growing fast. At the end of August 2013, the value of all bitcoins in circulation exceeded US$ 1.5 billion with millions of dollars worth of bitcoins exchanged daily.