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I’ve been looking at over 500 different Bitcoin faucets but one that I’ve found is constantly reliable, actually pays out each week and takes very little time to check in on has been

One of the issues I’ve had with lots of Bitcoin faucets is that they often feel scummy with a large number of advertisements, difficult to solve captchas and less than reliable payouts.

I still remember when I discovered and was astonished with how well done the site is in comparison to other Bitcoin faucets, how fast the site loaded and after receiving my first payout how it has consistently been a reliable source of Bitcoins for me.

Obviously these sort of faucets operate on the premise that the owners earn for the advertisements that are displayed so I highly advise that you do NOT run an Adblock software when visiting these sort of sites because if the owners can’t cover the operation costs they will likely take sites down such as this one but the owner of has done a great job of balancing the faucet with advertisements that aren’t overly in your face, aren’t spawning any pop-up advertisements and they are spaced out enough.

The site has given away over 349 Bitcoins since inception, and also contains a high-lo game for those who wish to gamble some of the free coins they receive for a chance at even more coins. The game is provably fair but I’m not really one to do a lot of gambling so I only play occasionally.

The bottom line is that is a great Bitcoin faucet and a great way to earn some coins for relatively low effort. The captchas are easy to complete, the payouts range, and the site loads fast.

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  1. Be careful, I was there since 2016 and I had more than 100 referrals and they scammed me anyway. I invested $700 dollars in fun tokens and on my next withdrawal; The bitcoin never reached my wallet and my account credentials were deleted. In the end they scammed me. It is a totally fraudulent website, it lets you withdraw some crumbs at the beginning; so that you trust them and invest, and then they rob you. IT’S TOTALLY A COLDLY CALCULATED SCAM

  2. One of the best sites on internet. An honest website that has been paying free bitcoins to its users with no strings attached. Also the site who has introduced bitcoins to masses.
    I have been gambling online since 2011. Here’s my two cents on this site. Was first introduced to the site by my buddy who called himself an early bitcoin adopter. I have been a user since 2015. Have had zero problems. I get my payouts on time, the algorithm is Provably fair unlike most websites who use some old school random number generator, the speed is great, i have not faced technical bugs. It’s a simple site with a simple game and no hokey pokey. For example if you choose to play slots, the entire set of music and video effects starts growing old real soon.

  3. Scam scam scam..indian bit**s always scammer..dont even try to insert coin to .in domains.. bloody poor, beggars.. i dont want to speak about that bit**..m…f…

  4. Dean Beith 12

    Hope this will be read and understood but I used’s betting console using a No-Lose strategy from youtube and used exact settings and had my their stop loss set to 1000 Satoshis which Freebitcoin says works with 100% accuracy well guess what? All in all, about 8 Million Satoshis were lost. Not in one sitting of course but before I could stop it bets were reached unbelievable amounts and thought I was being smart taking screen shots of the console setting and game logs and the people or should I say person as I am sure its a one person operation at Freebitcoin offered no assistance whatsoever and went as far as insulting me in emails and when I posted on a Bitcoin forum probably operated by them they referred to me as a Blackmailer. Through mud throwing emails at each other I decided to do some research. They claim to be located in Tortolla, British Virgin Islands so I contacted the Government authorities there and they stated that InterGlobal Limited is NOT a registered business in the BVI, is not authorized to operate such a business in the BVI and want a written statement with complaint forms so they can turn the information over to Law Enforcement in the BVI. It’s also illegal to claim to be located in an area and operating from a different area. I have proven at a minimum they are shady. Against my advise my nephew opened an account there and had better results than I did initially. However one day he saw his balance go from 2 Million Satoshis to a little over 100k. It turned out jackpot bets were placed and thats where all his funds went. He went back making numerous claims and would look at the betting console only to find anywhere from 1-4 being Jackpot bets were being pre-clicked. With every hourly claim he made random Jackpot bets were pre-clicked. He visited their Facebook page and saw where a girl from Russia had the same complaint so he conversed with her through messages. She stated when she threatened them they turned the table on her and said they would report her to her Government Authorities in Russia for participation in Illegal Internet Gambling. When he went back to Freebitcoin with this information they told him not to believe everything he reads. They went on to say though the problem of pre-clicked jackpots were on his end they fixed the problem. No compensation was offered to him. Let me also mention he referred 3 people and when he made threats to them to credit him for bets he did not place or he would report them to their authorities they threatened the kid with calling the Police for Blackmail. Then they locked his account as well as his referrals which I forgot to mention they are all “MINORS” and confiscated the deposits with no notifications at all. When one of the referrals with a substancial balance contacted them he was told his account was blocked for “Multi Accounting Abuse” Surely they are stating their “Business Accounting” practices since they are not recognized as a business in the country in which they claim to operate they are probably paying no taxes on their profits. Each referral used their own devices and emails and I don’t think they could Wi-fi off a cellphone I had even made the threat one time of filing reports with the FBI and they told me if I did I would be the one getting prosecuted for participating in an Illegal act of Internet Gambling. They use United States businesses such as Cloudflare, Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook to facilitate their Illegal Gambling Scheme. If they cannot steal your money through bets they will litterally steal your account balance and say you broke some fake rules. In their FAQ’s they mention no multiple accounts but not “Multi Accounting Abuse” So this Government agency in the BVI said to demand refunds of all deposits and since Internet Gambling is Illegal as well as the operation of such a business NO LOSSES could have taken place. So we are all complying with the BVI Government requests which include signed written statements as well as their required Complain Forms for assignment to Law Enforcement for prosecution. They think they are smart locking accounts however screen shots of all account details were captured so Demand is made upon your to return our deposits without fees and you can call the Police on your British Island Government.

    1. i’ve just encountered the exact same issue i claimed that i was hacked with a 2fa Enabled and they claim that it was still my fault even tho i used all the security they have however after reading a few reviews it would appear that in fact alot of people have encountered this. I believe you are spot on.

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