Tim Hentenaar's Blog

Oct 15, 2015 15:00

Bitcoin Faucet - Come Get Some!

This faucet is now closed.

Sometimes, the only thing better than getting something, is giving something away. So, since I've added a bitcoin donation link in the upper-right corner of the site, I decided to likewise add a bitcoin faucet here. Kinda like one of those take a penny, leave a penny trays, I suppose.

There's a whole multitude of things you can do with bitcoin nowadays. Everything from bitcoin-based advertising (Anonymous Ads, Mellow Ads, Bee-Ads) to payment systems, and more. This whole idea of currency meets public-key cryptography-gone-viral will continue to be an interesting thing to watch over the next few years. The smallest unit of bitcoin is called satoshi in honor of the creator(s) of bitcoin who operate(s) under the name Satoshi Nakamoto. This unit is 0.00000001 BTC. That's right, 1 one-hundred-millionth of a full bitcoin. Don't worry, it adds up pretty quickly. ;)

The only things you need in order to claim from my faucet are a bitcoin wallet and a few seconds of time. Just fill in the form below to claim your 1750 satoshi! Also, refer your friends with the link below and earn 25% commission.

http://hentenaar.com/faucet?r=your-bitcoin-address

Here are some other faucets to check out:

If you're seeing Application Errors from this page, it's likely due to either FaucetBOX or Funcaptcha being slow. If you submitted a claim and see this error, wait a little while before trying again. My apologies for any inconvenience this may cause, but unfortunately the response times of external services are beyond my control.

If you see HTTP errors in the claim form after submitting, this will have the same underlying cause as the Application Errors mentioned above. My faucet never returns HTTP errors in this manner.