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6 Easy Ways To Get Free Bitcoins Online

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If you are new to Bitcoin and want to become part of the Bitcoin community, one of the easiest ways to do so is by getting your first bitcoins for free online. In this post, you will be introduced to six easy ways to get free bitcoins online.

Before you get started, you need to set up a bitcoin wallet. Probably the most popular mobile bitcoin wallet in Africa is Luno. Alternatively, you could also set up a wallet online at Blockchain.info or use the popular multi-cryptocurrency mobile wallet Jaxx.

Bitcoin faucets

Bitcoin faucets is a system of rewarding users and this is done in the form of a website or application, which distributes the rewards in satoshis in return for exposing you to adverts. Visitors claim the satoshis (one satoshi is 0.00000001 bitcoin) by ensuring that they complete tasks the website describes. One of the best bitcoin faucets in the market is MoonBitcoin, which lets you decide how often you want to claim. The faucet gradually fills up but then slows down over time until you make a claim. Once you have reached 10,000 satoshis they will automatically be transferred into your bitcoin wallet. You can find a list of the top 5 bitcoin faucets here. You can open them and leave them running in the background while working on your computer.

Get free bitcoins online for clicking ads

You can also earn free bitcoins by clicking ads at BTCClicks.com. The idea behind this is effectively the same as bitcoin faucets, except it tends to go a bit faster and you don’t need to wait so long for the payouts. You can only click on around 10-12 ads per day. But it takes you only a few minutes to do so and you receive enough satoshis to make it worthwhile.

Receive bitcoins for completing micro tasks

BitcoinGet is a website that has made it easier to earn bitcoins by doing simple tasks, surveys and accepting offers such as installing software on your PC. Once you go to the site, it will ask you to submit your bitcoin address in order to create an account and then you will be able to access various tasks and surveys in offer and job forms.  Your bits are credited upon completion of the task.  You can view your balance anytime.

Get bitcoins for retweeting

Another way to receive free bitcoins is by retweeting tweets on the platform Birds.Bitcoin.com. To receive free bitcoin by retweeting you need to have at least several hundred twitter followers. The amount you will receive for each retweet is a function of a number of followers your twitter account has.

Get paid in bitcoin to read books

You can also earn some bitcoins on the Paidbooks.com website by reading the classic books available on their site.  Every ten minutes, you get some bitcoins paid into your balance and by end of week, you get the balance on your bitcoin wallet. You might not get rich instantly, but it’s a great way to get free bitcoins online, especially if you like reading.

Faucet Game

Faucet Game is a platform dedicated to allowing its users to get free bitcoins online while playing Vegas-style faucet games.  You can only use the free bitcoins you earn from the faucets game as deposits and not for any other purpose.  This is a way of encouraging users to come back more often to claim their rewards. However, that is not the only way of attracting more users, the platform also has a chat room where users that actively communicate also earn some free bitcoins.

Once you have accumulated enough satoshis in your bitcoin wallet to make it worthwhile converting it into local currency, use LocalBitcoins.com to turn it into mobile money or cash.

None of the above-mentioned ways to get free bitcoins online will make you rich nor are they a sustainable way to generate extra income. They are simply ways to get ahold of your first bitcoin holdings and to make a little extra money for tea and mandazi.  

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Alex Lielacher

The author Alex Lielacher

Alex is the founder and editor-in-chief at BitcoinAfrica.io. He is a former investment banker who has been following bitcoin and blockchain technology since 2011. Prior to launching BitcoinAfrica.io, he has been contributing to leading bitcoin publications such as Bitcoin Magazine, CryptoCoinNews, and BTCManager.