What is a faucet?

Cryptocurrency Faucets are 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. There are also faucets that dispense alternative cryptocurrencies. Here are some cryptocurrency faucets:


The above faucet pays satoshi’s directly to a Faucethub.io account.


The above faucet pays satoshi’s directly to a Coinpot.co account. There seems to be no minimum time between payouts. There are other ways to increase your earning via games or watching ads, etc.


The above faucet pays satoshi’s directly to a Faucethub.io account. The minimum withdrawal amount is 150.


The above is both a faucet and micro-wallet and offers numerous ways in increase your payouts.


The above faucet is a game that mines and pays satoshi’s directly to a Faucethub.io account. The minimum withdrawal is .001 BTC
There are also reasonably priced upgrades to “mine” more coins.

Monero Miner


The faucet above deposits and integrates directly into Coinpot.co, where you can also mine several coins with browser mining.


The faucet above deposits and integrates directly into Coinpot.co, where you can also mine several coins with browser mining.


The faucet above deposits and integrates directly into Coinpot.co, where you can also mine several coins with browser mining.

Primecoin

Ripple (XRP) Miner
The above site is a Ripple faucet. You can also mine Monero, which will be converted into XRP and deposited into your Ripple wallet.

WAVES
You can earn Waves and other cryptocurrencies on the above site by performing tasks, taking survey’s, etc.

The author uses all of the faucet sites listed above, and they will be removed if they turn out to be fraudulent and added to the frauds page.