A Toolkit to Maximize Your Bitcoin Profits

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If you’ve been dealing with Bitcoin for more than a few weeks then you probably know there are specific tools you’ll need in order to keep track of what’s going on, calculate mining profitability or even make a few Satoshis every once in a while.

Today I’m proud to present 99Bitcoins’ improved Toolkit for Bitcoiners. We’ve recently added a few more extra free tools which you can now use at your convenience:

Bitcoin faucet rotator (free)

Probably one of the most popular genre of Bitcoin websites are the faucets. Sites that pay out micro amounts of Bitcoin for their visitors. The problem with faucets is that you usually make only a very small amount of money from each site and you have to wait a really long time until you can use it again.

That’s exactly why we created our faucet rotator. A tool to help you quickly navigate between hundreds of Bitcoin faucets allowing you to quickly earn a few Satoshis from each one. If you’re completely new to Bitcoin this is a great way to get your first Bitcoins inside your wallet and understand what it’s all about.


Bitcoin mining calculator (free)

If you want to take a deeper look into Bitcoin mining then you’ll probably need a good mining calculator. The mining calculator will allow you to estimate how much time it will take you to get a positive return on investment for your mining operations.

Bitcoin mining calculator


Bitcoin rate calculator (free)

This is perhaps one of the most exciting tools we’ve come up with so far. Since there are so many different Bitcoin exchanges and so many different fees and exchange rates it’s sometimes hard to find out where the best place to buy Bitcoins is.

The Bitcoin rate calculator helps you solve just that. Just enter how many Bitcoins you’re looking to buy / sell, what country you are from and get a list of different quotes from various exchanges. If you hover over any quote you’ll see an exact breakdown of how the number is calculated.

Bitcoin rate calculator

If you’re an exchange you can easily add yourself to this list as well by filling out a simple form.


Milli – A high paying Bitcoin Faucet (free)

Recently we’ve launched our own Bitcoin faucet called Milli. We try to make this one of the highest paying Bitcoin faucets out there by giving away 700 Satoshis every 30 minutes. You can also refer other people to the faucet and receive a 35% referral commission.


Bitcoin price ticker widget (free)

Of course not all of our tool are new, some have been on the market for quite some time now.  The Bitcoin price ticker widget for WordPress has been available for almost 2 years now. It is currently active in over 400 Bitcoin websites and has an average rating of 4.5 out of 5.

Bitcoin price ticker widget

The price ticker allows you the display the latest and historical (up to 30 days) Bitcoin price from 4 major exchanges. It also shows Litecoin prices as well and is highly customizable.


Bitcoin news feed widget (free)

If you’re looking to get a constant news feed on your WordPress site you can always get our Bitcoin news feed widget. Although I can honestly say it’s not as successful as our other tools, this widget still supplies a good continuous stream of Bitcoin news from the leading websites.


To conclude I hope some or all of these tool will help you in trading, mining, exchanging or building your next Bitcoin business. If you have any additional features or tools you’d like for us to create feel free to leave your comments below.

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Ofir Beigel

Owner at 99 Coins ltd.
Blogger and owner of 99Bitcoins. I've been dealing with Bitcoin since the beginning of 2013 and it taught me a lesson in finance that I couldn't get anywhere else on the planet. I'm not a techie, I don't understand "Hashes" and "Protocols", I designed this website with people like myself in mind. My expertise is online marketing and I've dedicated a large portion of 99Bitcoins to Bitcoin marketing.

6 Comments

  1. Touching on my last comment, to host bitcoind you have to trust some kind of hosting provider to run bitcoind on a VPS, unless you run your own. Or somehow store you private key somewhere to sign transactions. How to you cope with this?

    • Thanks for the feedback Richard. The 403 is probably do to the use of proxies. We are blocking them since some people try to bypass the faucet mechanism through them. I will publish a post soon about my faucet earnings.

      • Ok cool, look forward to seeing your return on this, will be watching.

        I run a testnet faucet http://www.bitcointestnetfaucet.com which is non profit for developers and people who want to learn how to use Bitcoin.

        But I was always wondering if it would be profitable to run a real faucet using bitcore.io for transactional processing. Currently the testnet faucet uses bitcoind installed on the server with a hot wallet with 500 Bitcoins inside… I was wondering how you managed the security side of things so that people wouldn’t be able to withdraw more than a certain amount, if they got your private key, or found a loop hole.

        Richard.

        • Awesome website! and really cool idea…
          At the moment I just don’t deposit more than I can risk to lose into the faucet. It’s run by a company called “FaucetBox” which is the biggest faucet management company today. So they deal with the security. I just make sure not to deposit too much at any given moment.

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