FaucetPay | How to Guide
FaucetPay MicroWallet Crypto
This is a short guide on how to set up and use a FaucetPay.io account. FaucetPay provides an online wallet for when you claim satoshi (and other alt coins) from faucet websites. This way faucets can transfer small amounts of satoshi to you without you losing anything in transaction fees. Once you’ve claimed enough into your FaucetPay wallet, you can then withdraw it to your regular wallet.
Registration is quick and easy. Simply go here and click the Sign Up link to start. Fill in the details to register. You’ll get a confirmation email to the address you used to validate your address. Click the link in that email and you’re all set!
Link Your Wallets
Once you have confirmed your email address you can sign in and add your Bitcoin wallet address. Then you can start earning Bitcoin and alt-coins (Ethereum, Doge, Litecoin) right to your FaucetPay wallet.
When you visit faucet sites that pay to FaucetPay they’ll ask you to enter the Bitcoin address of your FaucetPay account. If your wallet address ever changes you can add your new address to your FaucetPay account.
Now you’re ready to earn! Check out our list of trusted faucets to get you started. We’ve personally claimed from each one (and regularly re-check) to make sure they pay out. Here are some of our favorites:
- Bit Fun ►
- High-paying faucet. Claim Bitcoin every 5 minutes. Satoshi builds up quickly at first then slows down.
- Bonus Bitcoin ►
- Claim Bitcoin every 15 minutes plus a 5% daily bonus. The more often you claim, the bigger the daily bonus.
- Moon Bitcoin ►
- Claim Bitcoin every 5 minutes. Part of the Coinpot network of faucets. Claim crypto from any of their faucets and earn bonus tokens to enter lotteries or convert for more crypto.
- Cointiply ►
- Claim once per hour. Payout in “coins” which can be paid out in Bitcoin or Dogecoin.
Instant Paying Faucets
These are a few of our favorites that pay instantly to FaucetPay when you claim. Many of these used to be on FaucetHub before it stopped being a micro-wallet site so we’ve used these ones quite often too.
Once you’ve claimed enough coins to meet the minimum withdrawal amount (1,000 sats for Bitcoin), you can submit a withdrawal request to any of your linked addresses. These are batched and processed every 12 hours or so according (batching payments helps save on transaction fees) so your coins will hit your wallet soon after.
FaucetPay is an easy site to use that opens up heaps of Bitcoin and alt-coin faucets for you. Sign up is easy and they are trusted by both the faucet owners in the crypto-community and by us as we have a confirmed withdrawal payout. We highly recommend their service.
A Bitcoin faucet is a reward system, in the form of a website or app, that dispenses rewards in the form of a Satoshi, which is a hundredth of a millionth BTC, for visitors to claim in exchange for completing a captcha or task as described by the website.
First of all, you need an account on FaucetPay and add your wallet addresses to your user profile. That’s all! You can now receive payouts from any website that uses our platform simply by giving them your linked currency address.
You need to request a withdrawal to receive your accumulated funds. We process withdrawals in batches so the waiting time is around 8 hours.