Even though in previous article https://trybe.one/coinpot-co-faucets/ I expressed my overall impression concerning Faucets and pointed out that generally I’m not too excited about their robotized and low-paid module, in this article I want to bring up one very amazing overlooked feature that speaks for their contribution towards our beloved space and makes the case why are they still around, managing to survive ever since they appeared years ago.

And this is as follows: we, the players who are in the BlockChain space for a while now (myself — for more than 3 years already), got so caught up in all this type of activity that it became normalized and natural; but we forgot how difficult is for a person who just got recently introduced to all this revolutionary and extremely untraditional and unconventional whole new perspective of looking at the money and the whole economy itself that surrounds us — how difficult is to accept all this since it contradicts your root beliefs and basic elementary ideas.

So, what are the odds that you would eventually accept it and jump right into it and invest your Fiat Money? Correct, very slim.

Therefore, we have the Faucets, which serve that role of a bridge for newcomers between the old and the new systems.

Why I say that? Well, it’s because, I’m not sure if you recall, but I personally, 3 years and something ago, despite the fact of already accepting the vision and the ideas behind the CryptoCurrencies on a theoretical level — it still required a big step and a truly major decision to be made in order to transfer a part of my money from the Fiat to Crypto form.

So, I needed to engage first in some practice with no risk involved in order to gain some experience and assure myself of the feasibility and reliability of this entire process; but in the same time I badly needed to overcome the psychological barrier associated with this new “crazy” Wild West venture.

Thus, Faucets came in handy by incentivizing and giving the possibility to create a free wallet and be able to use it right away once I was going to claim coins. So, it definitely served as a stepping stone as I saw and interacted directly with how digital Crypto wallets are created and what I need to do in order to fill them with valuable BlockChain assets.

Therefore, even though the Faucets aren’t the thing that brought directly my profits in the BlockChain arena, they are the one responsible for bringing them indirectly by giving me that empirical knowledge and confidence that I needed at that stage in order to take the next step and attain ultimately those desired profits.

You can think of Faucets as of the Kindergarten of CryptoCurrencies.

And I feel is our duty (not obligation), of the experienced users, to give the best advice and insight for the newcomers in order to propel our common goal — to get the BlockChain Consensus Technology mainstream adopted and improve the quality of the life that our society deserves!

That’s why, in order to maximize the experience of the beginners when they interact with Faucets — I recommend using these 2 tools provided by cMail: https://cryptoemail.cc?mref=534 and http://howtoearnbitcoinonline.com?mref=25 Not only you will have an easier time to have organized and conveniently to be accessed Faucets, but also you will be paid with cMail ERC-20 tokens on top of what you will be paid from the Faucets themselves.

For example, you can interact from there directly with FaucetHub, which is a very secure micro wallet and has the biggest network of free Crypto Faucets for many of the popular coins including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Blackcoin, Peercoin and some other long established coins:

== GM 1975 – a cool Bitcoin Faucet hub that looks like a social media hub, make friends post stuff and refer friends to earn Bitcoin.

== Claim Bits – cool android application that is a Bitcoin Faucet.. watch ads on your phone and earn rewards and refer to earn more.

== Bit Desire – just input your address and solve 2 captchas to get a reward, I got 50 Satoshi right away.

== Mafia Coins – good Bitcoin Faucet that also has a lottery and some other stuff, claimed 40 Satoshi right away by solving 2 easy puzzles.

== Elena Faucet 1 – pays out good but its hard to get through to the captcha will take some work lol.. got 22 Satoshi on my first claim.

== Elena Faucet 2 – nice and easy to use Faucet without too many ads.. claimed 17 Satoshi on my first try.

== Elena Faucet 3 – a fairly easy easy to use Bitcoin Faucet, 2 puzzles to solve and i got 52 Satoshi paid on my first attempt.

== Elena Faucet 4 – another Faucet from elena.. lots of ads and two puzzles to solve but it’s fairly easy.

== Free BTC Mine – a third Faucet from elena which will pay out 52 Satoshi and you will still be logged in to claim.

== Golden Free Satoshi – one more Faucet from elena.. you should still be logged in so it’s nice and quick to claim another 52 Satoshi here.

== Go Bits – this Bitcoin Faucet was easy to claim from but you have to come back and claim many times to get the 1,000 Satoshi min.

== Get Coins Free – register on this Bitcoin Faucet to get 50 Satoshi.. refer friends and upgrade your mining power to earn more rewards.

== Daily Bits – this Faucet has two puzzles to solve.. the second is fairly hard but not too bad. Paid out 50 Satoshi on my first try.

== Hot Coins – easy to use Faucet was nice and quick to claim 15 Satoshi which was paid instantly with payment proof.

== Coin Gate – this Faucet is a bit complicated to setup but can pay 15 Satoshi every 5 minutes using an application.

== Fautsy – this site pays up to 500 Satoshi per day.. i got 20 Satoshi right after sign up but you have to claim many times to get the min.

== Star Bits – nice and easy to use Faucet just input your Bitcoin address and solve the puzzle, also lets you gamble your earnings.

== One Way Faucet – easy to use Bitcoin Faucet with easy captcha.. claimed 13 Satoshi on my first try, can claim every 5 minutes easily.

== Gr8 – another easy to use free Bitcoin Faucet, i got 20 Satoshi on my first try and you can claim here easily every 5 minutes.

== Pentau Faucet – this Faucet is easy to use and you can win up to 1,000 Satoshi as your reward is randomly generated.

== Coin Dice – this Faucet is a bit spammy with pop ups but its fairly easy to use and solve the captchas, paid 50 Satoshi instantly.

Disclaimer: I disclose that I’m paid to promote CryptoEmail project which has its own ERC-20 native token called cMail. There is no guarantee when this token is going to be listed on any market, if ever; nor, at any point, I guarantee its future price/value, if any price/value at all. However, I share my own genuine thoughts corresponding with my intellectual and ethical perspectives and I chose to promote it not because of the monetary incentive alone, but also because I truly believe in its product, service and vision as a whole; that being said, you should realize that my belief might be biased and you should do your own research and take actions based on your own investigation and not based on my beliefs.

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