The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Making Money from Bitcoin Faucets

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TL;DR version:

Bitcoin faucets are a type of website that give away small amounts of Bitcoins to their users. Faucet owners make money by placing ads on this highly engaging websites. You can build a faucet within 10 minutes by getting a Bluehost account and installing a Bitcoin faucet WordPress plugin. Oh and I’m also going to teach you how to get traffic and protect your faucet from scammers…..Sounds interesting? Here’s the full post:


Brace yourself; this is a long post :) The good news is that it’s super informative as well. This post will teach you EVERYTHING you need to know about Bitcoin faucets. If you want to quickly browse through this post, here’s what we’re going to go over:

This post was originally written on November 2015 BUT I’ve been updating it constantly to stay relevant. The main things that changes since then is that you can’t use Adsense ads on Bitcoin faucets and the price of Bitcoin has increased dramatically making it much harder to generate a profit. Whenever there are relevant updates I have added them throughout the post.

Before I begin I just want to say that my experience of running a Bitcoin faucet isn’t vast. I’ve started 99BItcoins’ faucet a little over a month ago, but I’ve learned a lot since. And now I would like to pass on this information to you.

Part 1 – What are Bitcoin faucets?

We’ve covered Bitcoin faucets many times in the past so I won’t go over them in detail. In short, a Bitcoin faucet is a website that gives out a small amount of Bitcoins to its visitors. The amount can vary anywhere from 100 Satoshis (0.000001BTC) up to 10,000 Satoshis and more (0.0001BTC).

Usually after you receive your coins you need to wait a certain amount of time until you can ask for another batch. The original Bitcoin faucet was operated by Gavin Andresen, The Bitcoin Foundation’s chief scientist. It started out around late 2010 and it gave visitors five Bitcoins for free. Back then, each Bitcoin was worth something like $0.08. The whole idea was to spread the word about the world’s first cryptocurrency.

How People Make Money from Bitcoin faucets

You may be asking yourself why people give away free Bitcoins. Well, there can be 2 answers for that:

  1. They are trying to teach people about Bitcoin.
  2. They are somehow making money from it.

Of course you can probably guess that #2 is the main reason people set up faucets. Just so you’ll get an idea of how big the faucet industry is, almost 50% of the leading Bitcoin websites today in terms of traffic are faucets.

But the question remains: How can you make money from these faucets? Well, most of these websites have an overwhelming amount of ads placed all around them. Some deceitful faucets even place their ads in places which will get you to accidentally click the ad instead of the “claim bitcoins” button.

So the business model of these faucets is bringing cheap traffic in and getting them to click on ads. But where do they get their “cheap” traffic from?

From a referral system.

Faucets will let you earn a percentage of the Bitcoins they give away to visitors you brought in. This method is so successful that it’s the main traffic source for most faucets and it also created a new type of website – The Bitcoin faucet rotator.

A rotator site is a site that allows you to quickly surf through different faucets without opening a new site or tab each time. The links to each faucet inside the rotator are referral links and the rotator owner earns a commission from each faucet you visit through it as well.

At this point you may be thinking, “Hey I can make lots of money by visiting faucets!” Well I’m sorry to burst your bubble but trying to get rich out of visiting faucets isn’t a realistic option. You’d probably just be wasting your time going from website to website ending up with no more than a few bucks after hours of work.

Even if you sit at your computer 24 hours a day, claim a new batch of coins every 30 seconds and manage to find only faucets that are paying 10,000 Satoshis (which practically don’t exist), you would still only be making 0.0024 Bitcoins a day. At today’s exchange rate, that amounts to 70 cents.

Another thought that may pass your mind is, “So maybe I can make a lot of money by creating a faucet!” Well, this may be true, but you’re going to need A LOT of traffic in order to generate substantial revenue. However this is exactly what this post is about.

So keep on reading and let’s see exactly how much I’m making with my own faucet at the moment.

Part 2 – How I Got Started with my own Bitcoin faucet

Around a month ago I noticed an ad on Flippa that listed a Bitcoin faucet called “BitcoinGenie” for sale. At the time the site had a huge amount of traffic (around 240K users each month) and was making (according to its owner) $850/month. Here’s an overview of the site’s traffic between Sep. 1 – Sep. 30, 2015:

Bitcoin Genie Analytics

As you can see, the site was doing pretty well. I decided to jump on the opportunity and bought the website. However I wanted to use a different name for my faucet, something shorter and more catchy. I ended up going with Milli and redirected all of the traffic from Bitcoin Genie to miili.io (on November 2016 I embedded Milli into 99Bitcoins as the official faucet for the site).

Ever since then I’ve been testing out different payment models and ads in order to try and maximize my profits through this faucet. In this post I’m going to reveal to you my exact stats from Milli and I will also keep updating the blog from time to time once I get any additional insights.

Milli – First Month’s Profit and Loss Report

I’m a big believer in what is known as lean methodology. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this term, it basically means don’t invest any effort in something that hasn’t proven itself to work. To give you an example, when I started out with Milli, I could have created a very well designed website and my own custom faucet software. But that would be a waste of time since I’m not sure if this whole faucet scenario is even going to work.

Instead I decided to go lean. Create a low budget website through FaucetBox (no longer active today) which looks pretty crappy. If I see that I can monetize off that site, then I’ll give it a face-lift later on.

FYI – FaucetBox was at the time the largest “out of the box” solution for Bitcoin faucets and they charge you 2.5% from your deposit for managing payments to your users. Even though I considered this fee to be pretty high, it was worth paying in accordance with my lean methodology principles. Later on I created my own personalized faucet.

As a start, I placed 3 Adsense blocks on my faucet. Adsense is Google’s advertising system for website owners. You just place a line of code on your site telling Google, “This space is yours to advertise on, just give me a share of the profits.” The reason I put only 3 ad slots on the site is because Google limits you to this number, although you can add additional ads that are not by Google. I’ll cover additional monetizing methods later on in this post.

Here are my traffic stats of my faucet for the first half of November 2015:

milli traffic stats

As you can see, this is considerably lower than what BitcoinGenie had but it’s still a good start. There are a lot of page-views, the time on site is decent and the bounce rate is low.

Here’s a screenshot from FaucetBox of how much money I’ve spent on Milli throughout this time frame:

Milli earning november

If you calculate on the payments made from November 1st up to November 15th you get 0.65334251BTC. Keep in mind that I also pay a 2.5% fee to FaucetBox so it means my expenses were around 0.67BTC. At today’s exchange rate, this equals about $220. The spike you are seeing around November 5th2015 is when Bitcoin boomed to $500. Additionally, I’ve been running some different tests throughout this time frame.

Now for the revenue. Here are my earnings with Adsense alone on this exact same timeframe:

Milli earnings November

So at the moment I’m basically breaking even with a revenue of $223. Of course this result would change if Bitcoin’s price would increase (and then I’d be at a loss) or decrease (which would put me at a profit). As of January 2017 it’s really getting hard keeping the faucet profitable with the rising price of Bitcoin.

By now some of you may be saying, “What’s all the fuss about? You’re just breaking even, it’s not worth all of the hassle.” I beg to differ. You see, this is what lean methodology is all about. I used minimum effort to get to a point where I’m breaking even. Now I can take the time to optimize my faucet in order to create a profit.

I have proven my assumption that I can generate a revenue stream with a Bitcoin faucet using minimal effort. Also, even if I was just breaking even I’m still “converting” my Bitcoins to Fiat money at a 0% commission (assuming this is something you want to do).

In the short amount of time I’ve been running the faucet have come to the following conclusions:

  1. It’s better to pay small amounts of money at shorter intervals than large amounts of money in longer intervals. This is due to the fact that some people will apply bots to claim their Bitcoins multiple times and override the site’s timer. If your payout is larger this will put you at a loss.
  2. The larger the time interval the higher the “Time on Site” metrics in Google Analytics will be.
  3. Bots will destroy your profitability and you have to learn how to protect yourself from them.
  4. I haven’t completely managed to prove this point yet, but I think It’s better to pay out smaller amounts and give a higher referral reward. This will get more people referring visitors to your faucet than a higher payout for the visitor and a smaller referral reward.

These are all just initial assumptions which I’ve tested in the past 3 weeks but I’ll continue to test them as time goes by. After all tests were concluded I decided to go with a payout of  300-1000 Satoshis every 45 minutes. I’ve set the odds so that on average people will receive 300-500 Satoshis. This allowed me to put a super high referral commission of 65%.

Update: Today (January 2017) I pay an average of 100 Satoshis per 5 minutes in order to keep faucet at a break even point.

Part 3 – How to Build Your Own Bitcoin Faucet

So now it’s time to create your own Bitcoin faucet!

If this sounds scary, I assure you that this guide will make it very simple. I have almost no coding experience myself, yet I’ve managed to set up a faucet. The whole process should take 20 minutes and no more than $4 (if you use Bluehost).

Step 1 – Get a domain name

In order for your faucet to be available online, you will need to register a domain name and place the faucet files on a server. You can get your domain name from namecheap (they also accept Bitcoin).

For hosting I recommend using Bluehost, as they have very cheap plans ($4/month) and they will also give you a free domain name when you register. This way you kill two birds with one stone. Keep in mind that not every hosting will be compatible with the plugin.

The links to Bluehost in this post are affiliate links but feel free to just sign up directly with them if you’d like.

Step 2 – Get a hosting provider and install WordPress on it

This is the very basics of what you’ll need. I’m assuming you already know how to do this, if you don’t then I’m posting a video here that explains how to set up WordPress. Most paid hosting providers should give you this option with one click, I personally use Bluehost for these types of project.

Step 3 – Download the Bitcoin faucet WordPress plugin

  • Download the Bitcoin Faucet WordPress Plugin – Download link
  • Go to “plugins” -> Add new -> Upload plugin
  • Choose the file you’ve just downloaded and upload it to your site
  • After the upload is compete click on “activate plugin”

Refer to this page if you encounter any issues or need support.

Step 4 –Get a Faucethub and SolveMedia account

In order to make payments with your faucet you’ll need a microwallet payment processor service such as Faucethub.

  • Go to Faucethub and create an account
  • Add your site’s URL to the account

Additionally in order to protect your faucet from bot abuse you’ll need to get Catpcha API keys.

  • Go to SolveMedia and create an account
  • Add your site’s URL to the account

Step 5 – Set up the plugin

This faucet has A LOT of options. Since I don’t have time to write them all down I created a video explaining everything you need to know about the faucet.

 

Under the “general” tab

  • Enter your payouts and timer settings
  • Enter your SolveMedia API keys
  • Enter the URLs for your faucet page and “check address” page
  • The referral link URL scheme is this: http://yourwebsite.com/?r=btc_address

Under the “payment” tab

  • Enter your Fuacethub API keys

On your faucet page:

  • Enter the faucet shortcode

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND WATCHING THE VIDEO FROM START TO FINISH TO UNDERSTAND HOW THE FAUCET WORKS (ALL CAPS, SO YOU’LL KNOW IT’S IMPORTANT).

Step 6 – Funding your faucet

Before you can activate your faucet, you’ll need to fund it so you can send out the rewards to people. This is done through the microwallet dashboard. At the moment this plugin works only with Bitcoin so make sure to fund your Bitcoin balance.

Additional customization

This Bitcoin WordPress faucet plugin is pretty new and advanced. I’m always improving it and am really open to hearing what you think. If you need any support or have suggestions for improvement please see the original plugin page on our site.

Part 4 – How to make money from your faucet

Now for the fun part, how to actually make money from your faucet. At the moment I’m only using one out of various methods I will list below. In the future I plan to expand my ways of monetization (making money) but I want to take it one step at a time (remember? lean methodology).

Using ads on your website

By far the most popular way for monetizing your faucet is through ads. If you’re new to online advertising I suggest heading over to Google Adsense and signing up as a publisher. They have great tutorials to get you on your way.

IMPORTANT: Google is no longer allowing Adsense to be placed on Bitcoin faucets. If you do this your account will get banned. Here’s a recent post for Adsense alternatives that will help you monetize your faucet.

If you’re looking for more options aside from Google Adsense then I’ve seen many faucets use CoinAd. However it seems that you’ll need to gain some serious traction before you’ll be able to sign up with them. At the moment CoinAd states on their homepage that they accept only websites with an Alexa ranking of under 100,000 or more than 10K pageviews daily.

Another option for generating money through advertising is Anonymous Ads. Unlike CoinAd they do not have a screening process and will accept practically anyone as a publisher.

When putting your ad placements on the page it’s best to make sure that they are as visible as possible. This means you should use large ad formats and place them next to where to visitor will probably be looking (e.g. the “Claim Reward” button). Since at the moment I’m only using Adsense I am limited to 3 placements maximum. I used 2 wide skyscrapers (300px width x 600px height) and one medium banner (468px width x 60px height), this seems to be the standard for most faucets I’ve visited.

Using affiliate/referral links

Another way you can monetize your faucet is through affiliate/referral links. One example for this is to place a link saying, “Don’t have a Bitcoin wallet?” under the text box where the user needs to enter his Bitcoin address. This link can be your referral link to Coinbase and you will receive a referral commission if an eligible user signs up and later on buy Bitcoins from Coinbase. However Coinbase is pretty crappy in their payment ethics, so keep that in mind. Here’s a detailed list of available affiliate offers you can choose from and perhaps integrate into your faucet.

Build a faucet rotator and earn referrals

Some faucets will also refer their users to other faucets in order to receive a referral commission from them. One way of going about this is by building a faucet rotator. Since I already explained what a rotator is in the beginning of this post I won’t go over it again.

How to get more traffic to your faucet

It would be impossible to generate a substantial amount of revenue from your faucet without a reasonable amount of traffic. Getting cheap converting traffic for your faucet will probably be the hardest task you’ll need to accomplish but here are a few pointers to help you get started:

  • Approach popular faucet rotators in order to get your faucet listed on them. Some examples are iFaucet and Makejar.com. These sites have unbelievable amounts of traffic and if you manage to get your faucet on the top of their list you’re golden. If you’re using a Faucethub faucet then you should be showing up on Faucethub’s list as well.
  • Create a thread on BitcoinTalk promoting your faucet. The relevant board to post this on will be Micro Earning.  Here’s an example thread. The main idea is for you to have a place where you can post updates about your faucet or even have “flash hours” where you give away higher rewards and get more traffic.
  • Add social buttons to your faucet allowing people to share it with their own reflink (short for referral link).
  • You can always try to find faucets that have closed down and ask to buy them. This way you can redirect the traffic that’s hitting their website to your faucet. However this method will only work for a limited time so keep that in mind. Once people understand that the original faucet is no longer active you will probably see a drop in traffic (just like what happened to me with Milli).
  • By far the best way to get more traffic to your faucet is by giving away higher referral payments, however this will also boost your expenses. You can always offer a high, one-time payment for one of the popular faucets or rotators in exchange for sending you some more traffic.

Protecting your faucet from spammers

When you own a faucet, you’re waging a constant battle again spammers, bots and hackers that will try to steal your faucet’s Bitcoins. Usually spammers will use a VPN or a proxy in order to change their IP and allow themselves to reclaim coins from your faucet without having to wait for the timer to relapse. Bots can also be used in order to visit your site, claim the coins automatically and leave you with no profit, as bots do not click on ads. Last but not least, hackers may try to hack your faucet and steal the coins inside it.

Fortunately, the good people of the Bitcoin community have come up with different solutions on how to slow down these malicious attacks (it’s impossible to remove them completely). The following methods were composed from various BitcoinTalk threads (sources listed at the end of this section) and are ever-evolving. After I’ve implemented these methods I’ve noticed my payouts have stabilized, and I got my cashflow under control.

Don’t deposit more than you can afford to lose

It may sound obvious but it has to be said. Don’t deposit large amounts of Bitcoins into your faucet. This way if someone does hack into your faucet or manages to claim more Bitcoins than they deserve, at some point the faucet will run dry and he will leave. I try to deposit a week’s supply of Bitcoin into my faucet and check the balance every Sunday. It doesn’t add up to much (around 0.1BTC) and if I somehow lose this amount, I can cope with it.

Blocking malicious users and IP addresses

The Bitcoin Faucet WordPress plugin has many features to help you protect yourself from bots and scammers:

  • Make sure to set a 24 hour limit for claim per IP / Bitcoin address. This way even if someone manages to abuse the faucet they will be limited in the amount of claims.
  • It’s worthwhile to add the “user registration” option inside the faucet. This means that only registered users will be able to claim through the faucet. It means that people will need to validate their email address and also their user can be tracked and blocked more easily. The downside is that it creates greater barriers to entry.
  • Check the “statistics” tab to see who are the highest claiming addresses and IP addresses and decide if you think they should be banned in case they seem like bots.

Additional measures

Of course there are always additional security measures you can add to your faucets. For example, you can ask your users to answer a simple math equation in order to filter out even more bots. Also you can blacklist known scammer Bitcoin and IP addresses in your faucet’s dashboard. This thread on BitcoinTalk lists and updates all known bad addresses.

Sources: Faucet owners against scammers and bots, Stop bots + proxies from using your faucet

3 faucets you can learn from

Before we wrap up the longest post ever written on this blog, I just want to point your attention to a few faucets that are already making it big. It might be worth your while to study them and get inspired by the techniques they are using in order to make money from their faucets.

Bitcoin AliensBitcoin Zebra and Moon Bitcoin are all leading faucets receiving millions of page-views each month. Also I will continue to update on my progress with my own faucet as I optimize and improve my earning and traffic stats.

I hope you enjoyed this guide and that it helps you in setting up your very own Bitcoin faucet. If you have any questions, comments or want to add more resources to what was written here feel free to do so in the comment section below.

January 2017 update – Today 99Bitcoins’ faucet is one of the highest paying faucets around. The following posts show its “evolution” from Milli until it was integrated into 99Bitcoins. Some of the info in these posts is outdated but the general lessons learned are important for every faucet owner.

Update #1: What I’ve learned from the first 45 days of running Milli

Update #2: The Latest Update on my Quest for Making Money with Bitcoin Faucets

Update #3: How much money can you make with Bitcoin faucets (February 2016 update)

Final Update: Milli’s March Madness (Making Money with Bitcoin Faucets Update)

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.

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Татьяна Юрьева
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Татьяна Юрьева

Thank you for the information. You have a great site. Some time could not enter the site because of not correct work of captcha, but today everything turned out. I wish success and prosperity to your business.

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Thanks for the feedback!

manashwi
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manashwi

I am little confused, I have to buy bitcoins before I start my site so that I can pay to my visiters?

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Yes, you need a small amount of Bitcoins to start.

Harish kumar
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Harish kumar

Really wonderful article!
In this article, I gathered a lot of information about making money from Bitcoin.
Thanks for sharing this article……

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Thanks for feedback Harish!

David
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David

Great article! Thanks. Is it possible to create more than one or unlimited faucets? I am creating different types of content, each with different completion times. Or, is it possible to display the claim button only when a task is completed. Sort of like with Crowdflower?

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Hi David, there is no limits in creating bitcoin faucets. You can design the faucet in anyway you wish, the main purpose for the user this is just to earn free satoshis for completing any tasks you specify.

ludwig
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ludwig

As a fanatic user of your faucet, I appreciate the explanation of how it works. And yes not only you are high paying, but also clean on advertising. With Moon bitcoin I had to struggle with po-ups all the time. And Moon bitcoin even stopped working two days ago when BTC went to 2500 USD. Gets Ludwig

Manoj
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Manoj

So if I start to earn through bit coin and I don’t know much about traffic . Can I make any progress in numbers?

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Hi Manoj, please refer to the ‘How to get more traffic to your faucet’ section in the article, it has some very good advices how to increase the traffic of your faucet. The more user will mean more earnings at the end.

Nate
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Nate

I think if you were to use a domain provider that also had an affiliate system then also put your affiliate link on it it could completely take out the site cost. I’m greatly considering starting a faucet but am still unsure. Great article by the way! Thanks

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Thanks for the feedback Nate. You should also consider that adding an affiliate program drives a lot of spam to your site.

Mohamed Ali
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Mohamed Ali

Interesting article. Thanks.

Anshul Bajpai
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Anshul Bajpai

Hi,
Can you please tell how much minimum balance of Bitcoin is required to open a faucet?
Thank you.

Sal Ciampa
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Sal Ciampa

How to you handle ad blockers?

Kathleen Escalera
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Kathleen Escalera

I’m finding your site to be very organized and intersting… looking to earn BTC either free or low investment… tried your faucet and wondering why you don’t have an affiliate link?

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Hey Kathleen, thanks for your feedback. We currently don’t have an affiliate program for the faucet.

Douglas
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Douglas

Have been trying to login but it says I have exceeded my daily login limit

Zsofia Elek
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Zsofia Elek

Please try again next day.

aadam
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aadam

FaucetBOX.com is closing, Please suggest any alternate script. Thanks

Oracle
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Oracle

hi offi, i went through your lecture and decided to turn my forgotten blog page into an advert site,
its still in its starting phase, http://bitcoineverything.blogspot.com.ng/ please do fill free to correct me and show me what needs to be done to get this site to be profitable..
i have tried in many ways to copy your banner and place it there but am not getting it right. please feel free to educate me am still a newbie at this thank you.

mordecai
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mordecai

Good to get this knowledge from you ,thank you so much

Willy
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Willy

Hello Ofir,

How is your site going now. I miss the further reports.

Jack
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Jack

Hi Ofir! I followed your guide and created a faucet in a new website, but as a beginner everything is a struggle. Your guide was very helpful, thank you.
I am stuck at blocking proxy servers, I created my faucet using your plugin, and I can’t find the ROOTDIRECTORY/faucet/templates/YOURTEMPLATE/index.php filepath. Don’t have a file called ‘faucet’ in my root directory.
Not sure if I did something wrong when creating the site.
Can you help me?
Also if you have any suggestions for my faucet, let me know. Might look very basic since I have zero website editing skills.

Paulin Curlay
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Paulin Curlay
Buying BTC through PayPal is inherently risky because PayPal doesn’t allow these kind of transactions due to the legal constraints on PayPal and the risk of money laundering. If you MUST use PayPal (I would strongly not recommend it) to buy BTC, then do yourself a favour, register for a NEW PayPal account from a NEW IP address, in no way associated with your MAIN PayPal account (especially if you do business and rely on PayPal). PayPal and eBay are getting smarter and able to link up accounts and usage of PayPal to individuals. If they discover you’re trading or… Read more »
Andrez
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Andrez

Nice post, really interesting read. For a first timer would you recommend buying a closed faucet to generate quick traffic or starting a new one from scratch and run the risk of dedicating hours to your faucet when really it is unlikely you will generate any serious traffic?

Alejandro Vargas
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Alejandro Vargas

Morning Ofir, I come back to your site to say THANK YOU! Yes I have my faucet working afeter a few day in test I can say is done, at lest to get working because every day I see other things to fix or figth against bot or scammers that don’t end and I do not sure if it will be a profitable web but make it had been a good experience and most of help is this post an the other about useing wordpress and Faucet Box and also your own faucet. Thank you again!

DLCeMoney
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DLCeMoney

Hello, you please know any tutorial explaining how to make a bot faucet in Telegram? or if you could do the tutorial? : p
I only know one Faucet Bot, currently Telegram and I would like to know if there are more? or how to do it? and as this bot is monetized in Telegram? because there is no AdSense on telegram.
Excellent article, now I’m just fascinated with Bitcoin and Telegram
Blessings :)

Luiz M.M.dos Santos
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Luiz M.M.dos Santos

Hello I have an website with ten years domain and hostef for a few years but now this website is useless.I don t know what to do.with it.I am looking for someone that may help me build this platform or something else to turn into a profitable and traffic recognized website.I give you full permission to handle and manage everything and we share profits.Also seeking for advice and help of Mr.EFIR if he is willing to.I had sent the same question to him on his website form.
Sincerely,Mr.Santos e-mail [email protected]

Leonardo
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Leonardo

Thanks man!!! But your script are incomplete…

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This part

Marek
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Marek

Everything works, but why I have Balance: 0 Santoshi all the time

Jean
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Jean

I’m stuck at uploading the files here in filezilla I keep getting 1 or 2 errors so my site isn’t working :/

Alaa Abu Galuon
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Alaa Abu Galuon

Thank you for sharing your knowledge, it’s clear.
Your websit look cool,and I’m going to collect from it BTC.
But I have some questions if you may?
1. If I create new blog by WordPress and adding faucet which company will be able to give me ads, because my rank will be too low in the Alex.
“How can I get ads from other company”

2. For a beginner like me how much I have to have to start this project.

Thanks in advance

Aviv Yodfat
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Aviv Yodfat

How do you advertise your site?
I am planning to code a website OUTSIDE of faucetbox , how can I advertise it?

Billy
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Billy

Is possible make real “money” With Faucetbox.com script or Better Buy your own script ?

Noynavs
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Noynavs

Hello sir. Can I use ready to make free website templates like wix, jimdo, weebly, webnode and others for my planned faucet?

Bipin
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Bipin

how to place my ads anywhere in between my faucet

Kumar Shaurya
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Kumar Shaurya

Hey,
Do I need to have web designing skills to create a faucet ?
I’m really eager about this, getting my own faucet started up

Kaite
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Kaite

When making a faucet how much btc should I start with to develop it, pay out users and advance.

Kaite
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Kaite

Any recommendation on how many btc to start with?

Billy
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Billy

Edited My Users Have to Register to faucetbox.com before use my faucet ?

Clar
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Clar

What If I have zero knowledge about programming can I still make a faucet website?

Arnold
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Arnold

Hello i start my first test faucet. Work good i think :). But im not good in programing and things about it. Can you please advise how or in what way (some software ) to modify the script faucet besides setting right on the page ? For example, remove “Balance box ” from the site and therefore the script, Thank you for answer.

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LeagueBTC
Hi Ofir, Thank you so much for making this guide! I’ve been wanting to make a faucet for the past year, so your post finally gave me the push I needed to make it a reality. :) My faucet went live a few days ago and I made an announcement thread on bitcointalk as you recommended. Thanks to your suggestion, I got on to FB’s rotator and a couple other rotators through the BT thread, and I even made a Twitter account to announce any potential special giveaways (ie: 40 minutes of 2x satoshi). Now the issue I’m running into… Read more »
Mridul Gogoi
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Mridul Gogoi

Thanks for your help i m create a new faucet and roator…
onlineassam.tk and satoshiheaven.tk with 300+ faucets… its nice to meet you thank you again

Mridul Gogoi
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Mridul Gogoi

Hi .. I hope you are fine.. i m creating a new faucet … by taking your advice.. but i want to know how can add the option of cashout before paying the amount to user… (it means threshold option to send the satoshis) plz help me my email [email protected]

Philip John
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Philip John

Hello I’ve created my faucet site using your guide my site is free1bitcoin.xyz I was trying to optimize my site I want to remove the balance like in your site and is there any good suggestions for how can I add a lightweight social Sharing buttons to my faucet site?

harsh
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harsh

Thanks, Can you please review my faucet http://bitcoinvolcano.com and give me some suggestion to improve my faucet.

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Mohsin bashir

Hello bro how are you i hope ur fine i follow all ur way but after uploading faucet script.when i refresh my web url it is giving me this error so will you please help me how to solve this problem im a beginer so how to fix this error thanx bro God blessings on you always :)
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in /home/a4721108/public_html/index.php on line 132

Dex
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Dex

hi,

i dont understand this part:
“Blocking proxy servers”

i am use the SpaceRacket template.

Appreciate if you could drop me an email instead

lutzow
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lutzow

Thanks for your guide. I created my first faucet growfaucet.ml with google ads in there but I’m earning so little compared to what I’m giving out. I currently ranked less than 200 in faucetbox list then created a limit that will restrict the users to get more than 15000 sats per 30 mins. Can you me an advice as to how I can profit? Also I tried your anti proxy code but it seem to didn’t work since I can still get in using a proxy. Not sure if there’s something wrong because the tutorial is pretty step forward.

nikolas
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nikolas

thx for the good tutorial and your faucet is very nice and always pays the users.
i want to learn how you protective your faucet from spams and bots and why you dont use the anti bot links.
i try to start my own faucet(faucetbox script) and i want your opinion for the best way to protect one faucet.
for the moment i have only {Blocking proxy servers} becouse anti bot links i dont like,any other idea?
thx!

UnlimitedBitcoin
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UnlimitedBitcoin

Hey, would you be able to tell me how to insert the code of an ad so that it is close to the “claim reward” button? I am using faucet box and I seem to not have an option to insert an ad in the centre? Do I need a different template on it or something? Thank you.

akhilesh mishra
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akhilesh mishra

is there was any video tutorial ?
its very hard to understand for beginners like me.

John Jackson
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John Jackson

Please do not spend your time setting up already present captchas! Spend time to make your own unique antibot system to prevent your faucet being drained by bots! Read more https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1398409

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todd

I actually have a questions you say 100-1000 satoshi every 5 minutes can I have your percentages and how many satoshis each percent? like 100 is 80 300 is 5 I am just curious what your percentages are cause I am modeling my faucet right after yours

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todd

Ya I got it sorry I said thanks again cause your posts were not showing up but yes i figured it out thank you though! So take another look at the website and let me know how its coming? I actually got accepted by google adsense and have about 23 a-ads on my website I am gonna start promoting it tomorrow via facebook and see where I can get with that gonna be interesting! Any more advice?

todd
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todd

i dont know what to add its a faucet

Todd
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Todd

hey i am stuck at the directory listing spot on filezilla I need some help not sure whats going on. I have emailed you ofir about it. I have followed the directions greatly when I put the info in it doesnt bring up a list of directories for me it keeps saying disconnected after 20 seconds of inactivity

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