bitcoinsfor.me is a service where our members are rewarded Bitcoin in the form of Satoshis (a Satoshi is the smallest unit of the bitcoin currency) by viewing ads, completing surveys, completing microtasks, mining cryptocurrency, signing up to free offers and completing other tasks online from our Offer wall partners.
Our members can then redeem these rewards and receive bitcoin via their preferred payment method.
Our members are rewarded for their online activities. These can include watching a video, visiting a website, installing an app, playing a game and many more. After successfully completing the various tasks from our Offer wall partners you will be rewarded with some satoshi. Each task has a different reward amount.
We also enable our members to earn from our 5 minute faucet and our slots game.
We currently have offerwalls from the following partners:
We currently have 4 different payment methods to choose from. Members who select Xapo, Faucethub or Coinbase are automatically paid their cleared balance every week (on Sunday) if their balance is 500 satoshi or higher.
Members can also manually request a payment directly to any Bitcoin(BTC) address if their balance is high enough. There is a 10’000 satoshi fee to cover the transaction/miner fee.
Most tasks from our Offer wall partners have a 30 day waiting period before you can redeem your reward. This is to help combat fraud. Within this time period our partners verify that the task has been completed as requested. Other earning such as Faucet, Mining rewards, Bonuses and Prize draws are credited to your cleared balance instantly.
The faucet is a page that rewards members free satoshis. Our Classic faucet page currently pays 10 satoshi every 5 minutes. Revenue is generated by displaying ads to our members. If the ads are of interest, then our members may choose to click on them to find out more information. The ad revenue is then used to pay our members for their visit. Our faucet page does require you to turn off any AdBlocker and not to use a VPN to access the page. A popup Ad may also be displayed to some users.
The 1st bitcoin faucet was developed by Gavin Andresen back in 2010. It used to reward visitor with 5 Bitcoins!
You may receive an error when trying to use the faucet with a VPN, VPS or with an AdBlocker installed. This is intentional. Our faucet page as well as the hundreds of others across the Internet rely of the revenue generated by our advertising partners to be able to reward our members. You can whitelist bitcoinsfor.me on your AdBlocker application.