How to Get Bitcoins – A Guide to Earning Bitcoins Fast and Free in 2017


It’s been a while since I wrote a new post, and it feels good to be back! Today, I’m going to cover all of the available ways there are to to earn Bitcoins online. Before I begin, I just want to make something very clear:

There is no easy way to make a substantial amount of Bitcoins

Just like there’s no easy way to make a substantial amount of US dollars or any other valuable currency for that matter. The good news is that if you’re willing to put in the effort, you can achieve some very nice earnings online. Later on in this post, I’ll expose some of my own earnings so you can see what I mean.

Also, there’s no such thing as “free bitcoins”. It will always cost you something to get Bitcoins. It may not always be money, but something needs to be spent, whether it’s time, your email address, viewing ads or anything else.

I hope I didn’t burst your bubble too much right at the start of this post, but if you’re still here with me, let’s dive into the different ways you can earn Bitcoins today.

#1 – Micro Earnings

This is probably the easiest niche to get into, but it’s also the most time consuming. Methods that belong to this niche usually take up a lot of time and pay a fairly small (almost irrelevant) amount of Bitcoins. Even if you have a lot of free time on your hands, this still won’t bring you too much income. Also, some of the websites that pay out micro earnings have built-in malware and viruses, so you need to stay safe and not click any links you don’t trust.

PTC or Paid-to-Click websites ($0.4/hour on avg.)

As the name suggests, these are websites that will give you small amounts of Bitcoin for viewing ads and visiting websites. The most popular PTC website today is ads4BTC. The site will give you a choice between 5-second ads, 10-second ads and 20-second ads, as shown here:

Ads4BTC payout

As you can see, even if we watch 20-second ads all day long for 24 hours, we will be making 0.0216BTC. So basically, we’ll be making $9.612 for 24 hours of work.

Bitcoin Faucets ($0.054/hour on avg.)

Even though running a Bitcoin faucet can be profitable (more on this later on), using a faucet isn’t as much. Faucets are websites that will give you a small quantity of Bitcoins every few minutes. For example, Milli, our own Bitcoin faucet gives up to 1000 Satoshis (0.00001BTC) every five minutes. But even if you managed to hit the 1000 prize every time for a full 24 hours, you’d still be making only 0.00288BTC. So you’d get around $1.31 for 24 hours of work (and we have one of the highest-paying faucets in the industry).

Micro jobs

There is always the possibility of completing micro tasks in order to get paid small amounts of Bitcoin. Coinworker is a good example of a micro jobs Bitcoin site. Jobs can be anything from testing a web application on a browser to retweeting a post.

#2 – Writing about Bitcoin

Writing about Bitcoin requires time, knowledge and the ability to write in the required language (usually English). Through writing, you can start making a nice income depending on where you choose to write.

BitcoinTalk Signature Campaigns ($2.67/hour on avg.)

Somewhere around mid-2014, BitcoinTalk started running signature campaigns. What this means is that you use your BitcoinTalk’s signature to advertise a Bitcoin product and get paid for every post you write. The complete list of campaigns can be seen here. Of course, this created a lot of “junk” posts on BitcoinTalk, like people saying just “thank you” or “awesome post” and not adding any actual content.

You get paid according to your membership level on BitcoinTalk. Usually, anyone under a full member won’t get paid that much or paid at all. To becoming a full member, you’ll need at least 120 posts under your belt, and then you can start earning 0.0005BTC on average per post. There are also limitations on posts you can write such as “original posts with 60 or more characters”, “You can’t have negative trust or other advertisements”, etc. Sometimes, there’s also a minimum post requirement per week.

Seeing as writing a constructive post of at least 60 words takes a minimum of five minutes, my guess is that if you work for 24 hours straight, you can make 0.144BTC. So you’ll be making $64.08 for 24 hours of work. This, of course, does not include the number of posts you need to write in order to get the required membership level on BitcoinTalk. Also, many campaigns have a “maximum posts allowed per week” policy, so you may not be able to work a full 24 hours.

Writing for blogs and news sites ($31.25/hour on avg.)

If you think you have enough knowledge to contribute about Bitcoin, you can always become a writer for a blog or a news site. Many sites need to fill up a daily quota of posts, and they are desperately looking for writers. We hire the occasional writer on 99Bitcoins as well, and I can say that the salary of a blog post writer will vary significantly based on your experience, control of the English language and expertise. If you’re a top-notch writer, you can even make up to $80 per 1000-word blog post. On average, I’m guessing most writer get somewhere around $35 for a 1000-word blog post.

But writing a good blog post takes time. For example, it took me about four hours to write this 2400-word blog post. So let’s say, theoretically, that I can work for 24 hours straight; I’ll be making around $750. If you want to become a writer, the best way to find Bitcoin blogs that are looking for writers is through Coinality, which aggregates all of the Bitcoin jobs being posted online.

#3 – Supply Bitcoin-related services

This category is a bit broad, as it includes every possible Bitcoin service that you can think of that someone would pay for. The best ways to get ideas for services you can provide is to visit either Coinality (which I’ve mentioned previously) or the services thread on BitcoinTalk. Some examples for services people are looking for:

  • Blockchain developer
  • Website manager
  • Graphic design expert
  • Mining expert
  • Online marketer, etc.

Becoming a Bitcoin escrow agent

One example of a service you can provide is becoming a Bitcoin escrow agent and getting paid for arbitration in Bitcoin transactions (more on that here). Of course, this will mean you will need to gain some sort of reputation for yourself as a trustworthy person in the community.

I can’t really put a price estimate on this category, since every service is different. This is something you will have to personally research depending on the service you’d like to provide.

#4 – Bitcoin lending

If you own some Bitcoins and want to increase their value, you can always look into Bitcoin lending. The idea is pretty simple – you lend out a certain amount of your coins to people for crypto-related projects (usually) and get them back with an interest.

The good news is that you can get very high returns through lending. The bad news is that with high returns also comes high risk. Some of the people you will lend to won’t return your money, or you might have to chase them in order to make sure they pay. That’s why it’s important to choose your lending projects wisely. Here’s my own personal experience with Bitcoin lending, and here’s how to choose a good lending project.


There are currently three main websites that deal with Bitcoin lending – BTCJam, Bitbond and Loanbase.

Update: I no longer thing this is a safe way to earn Bitcoins. You’re more likely to lose your money than to get it back. Here’s some stuff I’ve learned along the way.

Bitcoin Investment sites (avoid at all costs!)

There are hundreds of sites around the web that claims they can multiply your Bitcoin, give you super high daily interest on your coins or do all sorts of other “magical” stuff if you just send them your coins. These sites are known as HYIPs (High Yield Investment Programs) and from my personal experience they are 100% scam.

Every day I get at least one or two emails from people who have been conned by these sites. What the site generally does is pay members using new member deposits that come in. This continues until one day the site decides to completely disappear from the web with the majority of their investors money.

I can’t emphasis enough how dangerous these sites are – AVOID THEM AT ALL COSTS!! They are not a way to earn Bitcoins, they are a way to lose Bitcoins. If you’re not sure if a site is legit or not, I suggest using the Bitcoin scam test to find out.

#5 – Mine Bitcoins

I’m going to be brief about this option. Bitcoin mining is not a way to earn Bitcoin fast or free. It takes a lot of time, research and money that you’ll need to invest into mining equipment. If you’re a newbie, then you probably shouldn’t be pursuing this. If you’re a veteran, then you probably already know this.

Sure, you’ll be able to generate Bitcoins even if you use your own PC at home, but if you use a mining calculator, you’ll see that you’ll be making 0.00000968BTC  a day ($0.0043) and spending perhaps 100x that on electricity bills or cooling down your computer (in hopes it doesn’t get ruined in the process). If you’ve missed our latest video about Bitcoin mining, perhaps this will give you a clearer explanation of what mining is and why you should probably stay away from it:


Some of you may say “but I saw some cloud-mining websites that allow me to profit without the need to pay the expenses involved in mining”. Well, in that case, you should perhaps read this article I wrote a while back. TL;DR – IMO, most, if not all, Bitcoin cloud mining websites are ponzi schemes that rarely actually use your investment to mine Bitcoins.

#6 – Gambling

This part doesn’t need a lot of explanation, I guess. There are a lot of Bitcoin gambling websites out there that will gladly take your money for the chance of winning a bigger pot. Here’s just one example. The upside about gambling is that it doesn’t take any specific skill to start doing it; the downside is that it’s much more likely that you’ll lose all of your Bitcoins than actually win anything.

#7 – Bitcoin trading

Today, there are many forms of Bitcoin trading available. If you’re interested in getting started with trading, you need to make sure you have the required knowledge. In the following weeks, I’ll post a complete beginner’s tutorial on Bitcoin trading, but for now, here are the main options:

Bitcoin day trading

Day trading is the buying and selling of Bitcoins on the same day,  on the basis of small, short-term price fluctuations. So, if you think that Bitcoin’s price is going to go up, it’s a good time to buy some Bitcoins and sell them off after you’ve made a profit. In order to participate in actual day trading, you’ll have to own or buy Bitcoins.

Bitcoin CFDs (contracts for difference)

This is similar to day trading, but different to the extent that you don’t have to buy Bitcoins. When you buy Bitcoin CFDs, you can do it through a broker such as plus500 or AvaTrade. The idea is that instead of buying the actual asset (Bitcoin) and then selling it later, you buy a contract for that asset, so you don’t have to deal with actually holding or storing Bitcoins. More on Bitcoin CFDs here. With CFDs you can also short sell – meaning make a profit when Bitcoin’s price goes down.

Bitcoin binary options

Bitcoin binary options are a form of trading in which you predict if the price of Bitcoin will rise or fall in a certain amount of time. If you’re correct, you earn the option’s payoff; if you’re incorrect, you lose your investment. They are called “Binary Options”, because the outcome is either win or lose; there’s nothing in between.

Basically, it’s a form of gambling that’s covered up with a pretty name. No one can predict precisely what will happen with Bitcoin’s price. If that were possible, we would all be billionaires. I suggest you stay away from Bitcoin binary options unless you like to gamble, and if you do, that’s fine I guess.

#8 – Bitcoin affiliate marketing

I’ve written a lot in the past about how I generate a nice amount of Bitcoins through affiliate programs. The idea of an affiliate program is that you promote someone else’s product and they pay you in return for sales you bring in. So, for example, I can promote TREZOR (which is actually an awesome product that I personally use), and if someone decides to buy TREZOR and they came from my site, I get a commission for it. Just so you understand the potential in this, here are my TREZOR earnings from the past month:

TREZOR earnings

*The negative transaction on Jan 5th is a payout from TREZOR for previous earnings.

As you can see it can adds up to a pretty nice amount, especially when you consider that once I set up a post that generates referral, it’s basically all autopilot from there. If you’re interested in going down this route, here’s some more information about affiliate marketing with Bitcoin. And here is a list of many of the Bitcoin affiliate programs out there.

#9 – Open a faucet / rotator

I came to know about this option only recently. I’ve written an extensive post about how to operate your own Bitcoin faucet, but if you don’t want the hassle of managing a faucet, you can also try to build a 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. You can take a look at 99Bitcoins’ rotator to get a better idea of what I mean.

However, rotators require maintenance as well, since Bitcoin faucets come and go pretty quickly and you’ll need to update your rotator accordingly. Having said that, if you make a successful rotator with a lot of traffic, you can probably generate a nice income. Unfortunately, our rotator isn’t that successful, so we’re only making a few thousand Satoshis a day (these are our actual payment stats).

#10 – Play games to earn Bitcoins

Aside from gambling, which is also considered a game, there are a variety of Bitcoin games that don’t require any investment, and allow you to earn Bitcoins while playing them. Think of them as a fun faucet, since you’ll probably be wasting your time and earning very little as well.

ChopCoin, Coinbrawl and Bitcoin Aliens’ mobile app are just some examples of how you can make the task of earning small amounts of Bitcoin pleasurable.

#11 – Earn Bitcoins by answering questions

A website that came to my attention not long ago is Bitfortip. The idea of the website is simple, someone posts a question with a reward. Whoever answers the question best gets the reward. The questions require some research online, here are some examples:

  • Find the cheapest price for the a specific mobile phone online
  • Find the best Bitcoin advertising platform

The amount of the Bitcoin reward is being determined from the inquirer. Minimum amount required is 0.0001 BTC. Roughly $0.06 with the current bitcoin price.

I’m not sure how much you’ll be able to earn with this site as it seems to have a new question posted about twice a week. This means that the site needs to get a bit more traffic before it can become a viable income source however you should definitely check it out.

Bonus option – Get part/all of your salary in Bitcoin

Bitwage is a company that supplies a bank account to workers in any country who receive wages and business disbursements from the US/EU/UK and then pays them out in Bitcoin. This way if you work at any job that can pay to Bitwage’s account you can get your salary in Bitcoin. You can also choose to only have part of your salary in Bitcoin and the rest in fiat currency.

Here’s a short video of how it works:

There’s no such thing as easy money

There you have it; this is the full array of possibilities to earn Bitcoins online today. As I said in the beginning, there’s no such thing as free Bitcoins – in each of these options it will either cost you time or money to generate more coins. To wrap things up, I made this chart showing where each of the options I’ve just listed is located on the “effort – income” axes.

income effort bitocin earnings

If you have more ideas for earning Bitcoins online, list them in the comment section below. I’d love to hear about them.

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.


  1. Hi,,, Ofir,,,
    i hv` a Question??
    let spoz, i buy a hash 1000GHs for cloud mining, let spox genius mining web<<<
    after a few days<
    i buy more hash 1000GHs,,,
    can you tell me, both hashrate will added,,,
    my mean when we purches a some hash GHs, how long it expire??????

  2. jaquebrown on

    Thanks for all the helpful info on here. I’m a newby from Kenya and would like to get in on this too. Out here we already have instant mobile money transfer options that are very popular so not many people are paying attention to bitcoin. So if I was to set up a bitcoin faucet site to give away satoshis, where do I get the bitcoins to be able to give away?

    *I know this might be a stupid question but still…lol*

  3. Some interesting info. I have been doing non stop research into Bitcoin an other coins for the past few months. Firstly the amount of scams out there is crazy. So crazy in fact that even those that invest in the scams know they are scams, but hope they will make some quick money before it crashes.
    I have personally invested in only 1 program to date XCoins. and made some money.
    For me the most sensible way with Bitcoin at the moment is to just buy Bitcoin and let it mature. The last i read it was gaining 62% a week. I stand corrected on this. There is no risk in this so no need to invest in anything else.
    Last week Ethereum was at $ 220 today it is $ 350. Not allot for 1 week, but consider for a moment if you bought Ethereum today what the price will be in 6 months from now.
    A friend of mine has been trading on 1 Broker as a copy trader. He makes about $300 a week. And he does not actually do any trading himself.

    • Zsofia - 99Bitcoins support on

      Hi Marc, you are right, the cryptocurrency market is very volatile, although you can both win and loose high amount of money at the same time. Indeed there are lot of scams out there, we have created a simple tool to prescreen if a site is legit or not, you can find it here if you are interested:

  4. There is no easy money for common peoples, but there is easy money for thiefs. That is the proboem.

    • Hi, it just depends on how much time and effort you want to invest in earning Bitcoins, a lot of options listed in this article

  5. Hi,
    I have two questions, when you open the account for each site (advertisement site, gambling site, faucets site etc.), then your bit coins which are generated out of these activities will be transferred to these sites only.
    (1) Now if I want to collect the bit coins from all places at one place, then what should I do?
    (2) how to convert bit coins in Indian rupees finally if I am able to manage to get all coins at one place?

    • Zsofia - 99Bitcoins support on

      Hi Manish, you will need a bitcoin wallet where you can collect your coins earned on other sites. I suggest you to read this article about wallets, it can be useful for you. Regarding to your other question, here is an article about exchanges where you can convert bitcoin to USD. If you want to sell it directly to Indian rupee, you can use Local Bitcoins.

        • Hi Zsofia,
          I have crated account on
          when I log into the site, there is one wallet ID used as log in. when I goes inside the wallet, there are two options send and request. when you click on request, one more wallet type address is generated. which says share with some one who wants to send coin to you.
          now if I want to transfer some coin from Ads4Btc or any other site to my wallet here, then should I use wallet ID (which was used for log in purpose) or address which is generated after clicking on request?

          also if I have more than one wallet can I transfer from one wallet to another wallet?

  6. LOL How ironic. You say: “Bitcoin Investment sites (avoid at all costs!)” But you advertise that very thing on your site “Bitgarden”.

    • Ofir Beigel on

      Hi Don, I can see how that can seem ironic :)
      We work with several ad network and do not have control about what is being advertised. That’s why we put up warning under/above the ad spots that we do not personally endorse any ads on the site.

      • Ofir

        I understand but you are still making money every time someone clicks on them. True? So you don’t endorse them but you have no problem making money off them. Another ironic situation.

        In actuality tho, you do have control over it. You can chose not to use ad-sense or you can change the criteria for the ads that run on your blog.

        But you’re making money so…. Whatever let’s you sleep at night.

        • Ofir Beigel on

          Hey Don.
          Our spots are sold on a global price – meaning even if nobody clicks on the ad we’d still make the same amount of money. This is not Adsense that we’re running but a Bitcoin advertising network that gives us limited control over the advertisers. If we get notified that an advertiser is a scam we request to remove him.

  7. Hi Ofir,I’m most delighted by your awesome articulated write-ups. Quite informative and an eye opener. Keep up the good job. Looking forward to seeing some of your articles on Bitcoin/ regards!

  8. Hi Ofir,
    it is very nice post which gives lot of knowledge of crypto world for people like me.

    • Zsofia - 99Bitcoins support on

      Hi, it just depends on how much time and effort you want to invest in earning Bitcoins, a lot of options listed in this article.

  9. Fan Of Grindabuck on

    Hello Ofir!

    I didn’t see anyone mention Grindabuck in your comments yet. For folks who like GPT earning websites, Grindabuck is a really good one. They pay bitcoin. You can cash it out as you earn everyday. You earn doing offer walls and paid surveys. They also have ways to earn watching videos. Live chat is fun too. Grindabuck is good because you actually can earn a substantial amount of bitcoin depending on the amount of free time you have to participate. Now you won’t like get rich, its not like that. But I’ve seen people earn upwards $500 in a single month there. You can see this on their leader boards how much people are making each month:

  10. EarningBitcoin on


    Great Post! I just wanted to ask if you have idea on cloud mining as well? Any legitimate sites you can refer?
    I have been starting in bitcoin for a week only and trying to make research. I am starting with bitcoin faucets because I don’t really want to take some money out of my pocket. I know it will take time but time is all I have right now. Would be nice if you can enlighten me with some strategy how to start earning more bitcoins through cloud mining.

  11. Hello. I’m a “rooky” with this bitcoin thing going on, and even though I get to know it by a friend who is a system engineer or something like that, these kind of articles are very enlightening and useful, especially when it comes to avoid tricky stuff. Thanks a lot!
    Greetings from Colombia.

  12. Ofir, thanks for writing this. It’s to the point. It has some great ideas, and some of the warnings about some sites makes me think of just setting up a VM within my regular Windows OS and using that for this bitcoin work. I’ve been through a few blogs on this topic (and analog magazines) and this is the best one I’ve seen. I’m still trying to get a clear understanding about the block-chain. Even the “Basics” isn;t helping. Tried looking for a ‘how to for dummies’ and it was a no go. I’ll keep looking. Just intrigued more than anything else. Am I creating or decrypting hashes? Have a great day.

  13. Hi Ofir it’s Roger here, was a pleasure to learn a lot from this document, i’m unluckely discovering the world of bitcoin right now, maybe too late, but hoping i’m still on time i would like to ask you if you know some specifical site for blogger writers because that was truly interesting for me, i like languages and i’m poor with a lot of free time so i think i already have a lot of incentives ;)
    Hope to get your answer ASAP, thanks a lot from the land of pizza.

  14. Good post by the way,
    You say keep away from bitcoin farming but what about running CPU mines/VM’s on a mulity core server to utilise the total power rather then just slam the server to the max with a app on a OS?
    Or what about running servers in-side a guest on a hyper-visor i know it isnt good piratic too.
    Just interested to know from some one experienced.

  15. If you have knowledge of a second (or third) language, you can make Bitcoins by translating on Its still in development so be prepared for some rough edges as it gains traction :)

    Sign up and specify your languages, provide an address to receive payments, look around the site.

    Clients ask for translations to be done for bounties up to $50 USD/500 words max.
    The Client makes the payment in advance and will select the best translation after the deadline.

    Its a great way to break into the industry and/or live a more free-loving existence.
    Obviously you need to be able to translate but you can focus on easier/formulaic material such as birth certificates.

    Allows you to live location-independently (I Know – this is what I did).
    Email to learn more.

  16. Hello Mr. Ofir,

    I just read your article and found it worthy of great appraisal.

    Thank you for the great job you have done here.

    But may I ask, Is Using Bitcoin Faucets to grow ones Bitcoin Wallet good?
    And if yes, which Bitcoin Faucet would you greatly recommend as TESTED and TRUSTED?

    Waiting for your prompt reply.

  17. Oh Wow OFIR,
    This is one of the best bitcoin earning guide I have ever came across. I am going to try Bitcoin affiliate for sure. Thanks for letting me know about many more ways to earn bitcoins for free :D


  18. I heared bitcoin Faucet with rotator saves you much time than opening faucets on browsers. How true is that?

    Also, have u heared of PTC sites using Buxenger? Any idea on this???

  19. Thanks for the information.
    But have you heard anything about ?
    Cuz I think I can make little bitcoin earning from them.

  20. kayode micheal on

    Am so mush glad to with this article and i want u to enlighten me more on bitcoin and how to make more into my bitcoin wallet thank u

  21. this is really wonderful…
    am new to bitcoin but your articles has change my views and my interest have increase.
    what will you say about ?
    this is the site i got to know of bitcoins, i will like to know if there are good testimonies about the site before starting.
    thanks so much

  22. Hey Ofir, I really love your article cause its helpful and comes handy to these present times. I really want to know how legit aimbtc is… Your expertise is highly needed here sir

  23. josie Benjamin on

    Hi ofir, I very insightful piece, am a newbie on bitcoin and I will like to no more about it and how to trade with bitcoin. thanks am Josie Benjamin from Nigeria

  24. Your write up is really informative.
    I would like you to direct me on how or where to sell bitcoins with good returns.

  25. Hello Ofir,what an insightful piece u got here. My name is Steve from Portharcourt, Nigeria. Please, I will like to follow your series and be a guru in Bitcoin marketing in this part of the continent, Africa. Thanks you and GOD bless. Cheers!


    Thanks a lot Ofir your article was quite educative and i hope to be part of your success team. Please feel free to advise on what options that suits my interest. I am new to bitcoin though I got to here about in May 2016. Hope to here from you soon.

  27. Hello guys. Great article and good tips from everybody. I am a newbie and would like to more know about this.

    If you can send me a few bucks I would really appreciate it!


  28. i know bitcoin 2015. i try to understand and take bitcoin come in my country. but no way to do! because the in my country not accept!. one day, i meet friend at the Facebook and he told me bit coin in Lao have! but buy from another country and hard to get. then i try to learn about getting bitcoin but i can’t. until 17 march 2016 i understand a bit! and try to make bitcoin wallet but it very hard for me. because my English language not strong i have to translate in google. some wrong some collect! an then i try to make bitcoin wallet in block and i get first bitcoin from friend price 1 BTC = 15,290 THB x 232 = 3,547,280 LAK and i buy 1BTC get in my wallet bitcoin. i try to understand bitcoin and learn to make transaction! it very messy for me! i need help! about bitcons

  29. hello, thanks for the post. I wanted to ask if bitcoin faucets really pay because I wanted to concentrate on them since I have free time. please recommend some for me that have actually paid. thank you

    • Great question. I’m actually working on a “top 10 faucet” list as we speak. Will probably be up next week. Regarding payment it really depends on the faucet owner. The credible faucets (like Milli) pay constantly.

    • Unfortunately there is no good script that I could find in order to make a rotator at the moment so you’ll have to code one yourself.

  30. Ofir Beigel,

    I liked your sincere advice very much. Also as an expertise, your enthusiasm enriched the truth of Bitcoin facts and methods. I am willing to get this post as a reference in the future, when I hopefully get more in touch with Bitcoin earnings.

    Thanks a lot.

  31. emilio reyes pino on

    ads4btc won’t give you that amount a day you put , you can only click once a day , not all the day long

  32. Thanks Ofir for sharing all this content and your experiences.

    I’m very interested in BTC lending and read your BTCJam review that was insightful. Do you have experience/thoughts on the other BTC lending sites? Curious to see what differentiates them, or whether to go with the most established service for finding the best borrowers.

    • Actually I haven’t tried any of the others yet, but those mentioned in the post seem to be legit (e.g. Bitbond)

  33. Great post Ofir! You pretty much sum up the different venues in the amount of effort and time expense. You’re right there is no such thing as free bitcoins. They will cost you something of value, People’s time. I’ve learned that it’s just better to make money with your current job or business then convert it to bitcoin than it is to play this little games. In the early days of bitcoin, mining was the way to go. Today it’s not worth the investment. Those days are long gone. It’s best to just use bitcoin as a form of currency to trade.

    On a different note. Peter Griffin says “Bitcoin!”

  34. Hi ofir, quite some times now I’m familiar with you. At first glance wasn’t convinced myself about your authenticity. But always enjoyed your fabulous writing power to understanding crypto as a non-english ordinary human. Oh! forget to tell the main parts of this text is my doubt upon people likes ofir becomes too foolish!

    Thanks a lot for serving crypto arena. And providing this real picture of earning bitcoin from real world.

  35. Hey Ofir,

    thanks for the great article about earning online. Really concise and detailed covering many options.

    I think your should mention freelancing, doing programming, writing, translation, consulting, graphic design jobs, anything remote via computer really. I would like to mention, boosting 8000 freelancers with new jobs posted daily.


  36. Nice post! I have never tried making Bitcoin by affiliate programs. I’m going to look into it now. I look forward to reading your beginners trading tutorial. I trade on Polo. What exchange do you trade on?

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