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CONTEST FOR 5mBTC IS OVER. WINNER PAID. LINK TO WINNER EMAIL. LINK TO TX ID. NEW CONTEST LATER TONIGHT.

UPDATE: NEW VIEW SITES FOR BITCOIN (ESPANOL)

UPDATE: NEW PAID TO CHATROOM

UPDATE: NEW FAUCET

UPDATEWondering what is going on with the price? ButterflyLabs, a manufacturer of Bitcoin Mining Equipment, has sent out an email telling early adopters they can confirm or cancel their order. This unlocks a lot of tied up money.

Greetings this evening to each of you. Perhaps you’re finding us for the first time. A guest from our buddies at CoinURL or EarnFreeBit #3. We welcome you all the same as we do to the friends, followers, and subscribers of this blog. I’m personally very glad to see Bitcoin
defending the $100, and $125 supports (Mental barriers of price resistance in the trading market.) All in all, it has been a great week for Bitcoin, and a great week for this blog. We are well on track to surpass 250,000 300,000 VIEWS for April! This was far beyond my wildest expectations when I started writing this. I just was excited about Bitcoin and the concept of FREE money, Free as in Freedom… not beer. Although this site is actually the best for both. If you are new here, you will find a lot of links below that offer free Bitcoin. Including Us 🙂 

I was very happy with the contest last weekend, Tx Details Here, and Here and ready to announce a new weekly giveaway. It will start and end on Fridays, running for the week between. The contest is simple, enter an email you can check later. It doesn’t have to be your main one. When the contest ends, I’ll shoot you an email to let you know you won. You reply within 48 Hours or I go to the runner up. Just reply with your Bitcoin address and please post a comment to confirm. That’s it. I won’t use the emails for anything, ever, except if you win or are a runner up while waiting. Unfortunately, I can’t promise the same for the contest service provider. So, use a backup email or something, whatever. The prize for now will be .002 .005 BTC. Here is the Contest Link. We also have a few new links below. Also, be sure to come say hello to me in BitVegas or on BitTrivia.

 

Please consider a kind donation to this blog, just drop a few at:

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Questions, Comments, Love Letters? Drop me a line at bestbitcoinsites@gmail.com 

 – W

THE GOOD:

BitVisitor #1 – Good sites shown with good payouts. You can find a lot of resources through the pages shown. 5:00 minute average time per page. This is the #1 link because of the number of pages you can visit.

ABitBack #– Complete Surveys (I did a 5 minute one on beer that paid .0047BTC), Watch Videos for very decent amounts of Bitcoin. Payout in BTC, Steam, Amazon, etc. A phone number may be required for verification. In my opinion, pays out large amounts of Bitcoin more reliably than any other.

EarnFreeBit #3 – Easy to use and straight forward. It pays quickly after you view the webpage, so definitely check this one out. 3 Min. per page required. This often gets up to a #1 spot when it carries a lot of ads. When it does, I try to hard to let you all know.

CoinVisitor#4 – A great site, one that has a captcha you can do without using a kepyboard! Plus, the nice dark theme fits right in for night owls. This should have been up here sooner. Also, Chatroom!

CoinReaper #5 – This site’s best feature, and thus it’s reason for #5, is the fast speed with which you can blaze through many of the sites listed below. Beware, NSFW stuff could appear. Link Fixed

BitcoinGet #6 – Has an embedded version of CoinTube that tracks your earnings, plus survey and simple webwork. The webwork is kind of us wash, but it is Crowdflower and it is better than surveys in my opinion. Sometimes, you can find easy ones that pay great. But most are a pain in the ass. Some NSFW webwork is available, if that’s your thing.

New…ish & Decent

Bitcoin Trivia – I had forgotten about this site. I visited once, probably 2 months ago. It gave me some coin then, and I’ve spoken with the Admin who is working to get more features and some free play, free coin options going. Please go take a look and send any feedback here or there. I was a Trivia God in my younger days, so a site like this is really exciting to me.

TheF***ingBitcoin – Dispite it’s rather crude name, it is a humorous source of the current prices.

QZ Price – This is a price page that gives a weighted value to the current price of Bitcoin.
Every 15 minutes, it looks at bitcoin’s current value on 31 actively traded currency markets and calculates a weighted average based on the market’s volume since midnight GMT.

BitFash – Mrs. W. was very glad to see this site pop onto the web. Forever21 is one of her favorite places to spend Mr. W.’s cash. Now she can spend his Bitcoin too!

FreeBTCpt – I’m pretty sure this was linked in earlier blog posts, but I cant seem to find it now. So, I am reposting it as a new link since many of you haven’t seen it.

CanHasBitcoin? – Faucet with unconfirmed payout for me.

BitVegas – If you have Minecraft, you need to check it out. Black Jack, Roulette, Minesweeper, and Pig Races. Oh, the glorious pig races. Sweet Penelope, my how you rob me. Gives you BTC over time to gamble with for free just for hanging out.

PeerbetFaucet – New Faucet with simple and standard setup. Insert Address, Answer Captcha, Acquire Bitcoins. Not yet paid out for me.

Bitcoin Socially –  I have heard this site is giving away Bitcoin to users for using its platform. I don’t care much for social media, except for Twitter. I love Twitter.

CoinTapperAn App for Android devices that gives you bitcoin once per day. Not yet paid out, but perhaps someone else can confirm for me.

GetBitcoin.info – A great reference site with charts that delights my inner nerd. Maybe yours too.

BitcoinAR – A new faucet, either weekly or multi-day. Not yet sure, and not yet paid. But, I figured that you all kind people would want in before the timer runs out.

BitcoinSurvey – A new Survey site. These aren’t my favorites, I much more fond of the webpages. But still, I know how much a lot of you like these.

BitMit – Ebay for Bitcoins. Tons of stuff posted. Very easy to use site.

BitSprinkle – Is a twitter account that has been known to be very generous with his Bitcoin. You should go makes friends. You can follow Me too if you want.

BitStamp – A service simliar to Mt. Gox, which allows for Fiat <–> Bitcoin transactions. I have had a good look around the site, and I feel comfortable posting it as a regular link. They are the ones with this nifty bitcoin explanation.

BitBucks – A New offers site with a slick interface. Unfortunately, some site issues during and before the crash have left it offline until June.

ListentoBitcoin – Words cannot describe the utility of this site. Both interesting and delightful.

Bitbiz – A new daily faucet. I haven’t yet verified but I know everyone loves to test them. 🙂

Google Drive Wallet – A nifty tool for keeping track of your balances. Export your own copy.

Bitcoin National Subreddits – A nifty and updated list of the countries with their own subreddits for Bitcoin. Useful for talking with your neighbors, and of course spreading the word about your favorite blog.

Papercoin –  This site is giving away .0007 bitcoins on Mt. Gox. Be careful about putting your bitcoins in a QR though, just fair warning.

Bitcoin Addict – New daily faucet with large jackpots of .01 BTC. Worth a visit of time.

BTC Mining Calc. – A great tool for miners to calculate expected returns and time investments.

Bit Raffle – A raffle for bitcoin. I can’t really recommend this, but it might be your thing. Let us know how it turns out.

Coin Love Chest – A site that gives you Bitcoin in exchange for spreading the word on social media. Not yet tested, but intend to soon.

Negocoin – A craigslist style classifieds for Bitcoin. They are giving away some BTC in exchange for posting an ad.

Karma Exchange – Exchange your Reddit Karma for Bitcoin, .002 + your Karma score. Or some calculation roughly there abouts.

Bitdonator – A new Faucet. Not yet paid out for me. Good Luck!

CoinPost – A useful site similar to Ebay for Bitcoin.

OKCupid – Dating site, one of the most popular in the world, now accepts Bitcoin.

CoinURL – Great if you want to advertise your site, or earn a little BTC for your blog.

Quick Coin Lookup – It’s like a mini-facebook page for your BTC address!

Be sure to bookmark and spread the word.

-w

THE OKAY:

Bitcoin4You – WARNING – Some users reporting issues. This can be kind of hit or miss, but pays everyday. Beware, as it will give you some NSFW content. Usually has a fair number of pages per day. 3:00 minute average time per page.

CoinReaper – This site’s best feature is the fast speed with which you can pass through the content. Beware, NSFW stuff could appear.

BitcoinAdSmart  – This site has ads yo, but be smart and check it out once a day. The neatest feature of this site is it tells you how far away the next payout is. Check it out.

FreeBitcoins4Me  – Once per day punch in, Pays out multiple days at once.

NetLookup  – Free Bitcoins, and super fast. Enter your credentials once, then simply visit the page to earn your Bitcoins. Nice, clean layout. Wish more could be like this.

BitCoiner – You only get a Once per Day payout, but the timer is reasonably accurate. Wham, Bam, Here’s Your Bitcoin, Ma’am

iWantFreeBitcoins – Once per day bitcoin faucet. Get your name on enough of these, and it starts to add up fast.

BitHits – Once per Day, free Bitcoin faucet. Also has good links to other sites. As far as 1/day faucets go, this one is worth that daily trip.

CoinTicket – Once per Day, Can be a while between payouts.

FreeCoins  – A new site with a faucet type pay out. Not yet confirmed payouts for me, if anyone else has gotten confirmed, please drop a comment with proof and ill donate.

CoinAd – Ad supported, Once per Day payout. You can register for an hourly prize plus jump in on the Chat room, a good spot for up-to-the minute BTC news. You can get some fast paying survey work that pays pretty well.

OmniCoins – This one requires Facebook. Go to their page on Facebook, post your address. Acquire Bitcoin.

DailyBTC.org  – Somehow I forgot to bookmark this link, but it should have been with the first post. You can recieve EXTRA credits for free on Peerbet.

CoinTube – Watch videos, earn small amounts of BTC. Thankfully, the mute button works great. Usually plenty of videos to watch.

Bitstreet Faucet – Not yet tested, but discovered and wanted to get it out there. Any user feedback would be generously appreciated.

Bitstart – Another Faucet, with a built in advertising page a la Bitcoin Gem (I don’t link to the ponzi games). I like this site but it hasn’t paid out for me, yet. Take a look at the advertising though, its a no-lose-situation apparently.

FreeDigitalMoney – Another Faucet, but with confirmed payouts. Highly recommended.

Tagpad – This is a social sharing site with Bitcoins built in. Supposedly, they give you coin for sharing your sites, but I haven’t been paid and I’ve been subscribed for over a week.

ElBitcoinGratis  – En Español. El Bitcoins, Bitcoins de forma gratuita, todos los días. Bitcoins for free, once per day.

BitcoinBunnyRun – Once per Day, pick your bunny and hope for the best. I never get above 3rd.

BitCrate – Break the crates for BTC. Unfortunately, this often times runs out of Bitcoin quickly, but they have a Twitter account you can follow that updates you when it is loaded.

HartCode – Vote on computer wallpapers, get paid in Bitcoin. Not yet paid out for me, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try!

Rugutu – Ask Questions, Answer Questions. Get paid in Bitcoin. Great community.

Minecraft Faucet –  Get Paid to play minecraft. Any user reviews would be appreciated.

Jobs4Bitcoins – Subreddit for turning your skills into BTC.

THE USEFUL:

Blockchain – is the go to source for verifying blocks, and also houses a great wallet. The wallet is useful because it shows the current conversion rate of your fiat (paper) currency.

RTBTC Chart – A testbed for the coming data services platform from Real Time Bitcoin Data Services. Bear in mind, if Mt. Gox is under attack, it ain’t all that useful.

All Time High – A nifty site for tracking the most recent all-time high in Bitcoin. Pulls from multiple sources and you can choose your fiat currency of choice. Still the best source to get the true price of a bitcoin.

Slush’s Bitcoin Mining Pool – There are tons of pools, but Slush’s is well known and popular. Distributed Bitcoin Mining, with income based on shares.

Deepbit Mining Pool – Much like Slush’s, but presented for some modicum of fairness. Like I said above, plenty of pools to be found.

Havelock Investments – Invest your hard earned bitcoin. Buy shares of mining pools, or even Satoshi.

Zerohedge  – One of the best sites on the web for Bitcoin news and analysis. Great general economic and political news. Beware the comments, it is straight Fight Club up in there. Even I get up in the ring.

BitVegas – Gambling isn’t really my thing, but Minecraft is. Minimum bet is .001BTC, but I don’t have much experience with it. Anyone with a good user review can earn a donation.

Preev – A quick, fast bitcoin converter. Loads fast and easy to change to your currency of choice.

BitcoinLive  – A sweet  Google Chrome extension that gives you an icon on browser to view the page, and can be set up to give you notification of price changes.

Reddit: Bitcoin – The world’s greatest internet forum for all things Bitcoin. If you aren’t on Reddit, then your 2 days behind everything.

Mt. Gox – The worlds most popular marketplace for Bitcoin. Great for charts, current prices, etc.

BitBin  – A convienent place to post your pastes, and earn Bitcoin for your content.

Jagoo  – Supposedly, you can buy bitcoin giftcards for redemption on other sites. Anyone with proof of this sites reputability will get a donation from me.

SatoshiCircle – Gambling site that does give aways all the time on Reddit. Check them out here

Danish Bitcoin /r/ – New Subreddit for Danish Bitcoin users. I get a fair number of visitors from Denmark, so I wanted to post this. Be sure to give me a shout-out for me there.

Games for Bitcoin /r/ – Subreddit for buying Steam Accounts, WoW Accounts, Eve stuff. (Why have a game harder than your job? Why?)

If this blog helps you, consider dropping some spare change.
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NEW POST IN PROGRESS

4-24 18:45 EST Next Free BTC Giveaway will start soon, and I think ill be able to make it a regular thing. For now, it’s going to be 1/week in a similar format to before. Reward to be determined. New Links Soon.
4-23 12:30 EST Winner Replied and Payed! Tx Details Here. Stay tuned for details on the next contest, to start in next 24 hours. See Details above for next giveaway. In the meantime, be sure to check out ABitBack #2 which just added a new paywall to it’s offerings. You can say hello to me on BitVegas, I’ll be watching the pigs while I recover from a sore throat. 
UPDATE:NEW FAUCET

Welcome friends and followers. Today’s update is a little different. As we get ready to kick off the weekend, I wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU to all of the viewers, followers, and especially the subscribers & donators. I can not tell you how much happiness each of you bring me every day. Our blog is ONE MONTH OLD tomorrow, Friday the 19th of April. While it has been a wild ride, it has been a great one for all of us here. In celebration of the 150,000 Views in our first month I am going to be running a contest. Since all of you have let me give you my two cents on Bitcoin sites, I’m going to be giving .02 Bitcents away to one winner. To join the drawing, head over to this site and enter an email you check. It doesn’t have to be your main email, just something to use for this contest. Afterwards, i’ll be deleting the email list so no worries about spam. I just want to say thank you and share some bitcoin love. You can enter the contest hereThe contest closes Sunday, April 21 at Midnight Eastern Time. I’ll be adding new links tonight and over the weekend. Hope you all have a great one!

 Please consider a kind donation to this blog, just drop a few at:

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Questions, Comments, Love Letters? Drop me a line at bestbitcoinsites@gmail.com 

 – W

THE GOOD:

BitVisitor #1 – Good sites shown with good payouts. You can find a lot of resources through the pages shown. 5:00 minute average time per page. This is the #1 link because of the number of pages you can visit.

ABitBack #– Complete Surveys (I did a 5 minute one on beer that paid .0047BTC), Watch Videos for very decent amounts of Bitcoin. Payout in BTC, Steam, Amazon, etc. A phone number may be required for verification. In my opinion, pays out large amounts of Bitcoin more reliably than any other.

EarnFreeBit #3 – Easy to use and straight forward. It pays quickly after you view the webpage, so definitely check this one out. 3 Min. per page required. This often gets up to a #1 spot when it carries a lot of ads. When it does, I try to hard to let you all know.

CoinVisitor#4 – A great site, one that has a captcha you can do without using a kepyboard! Plus, the nice dark theme fits right in for night owls. This should have been up here sooner. Also, Chatroom!

CoinReaper #5- This site’s best feature, and thus it’s reason for #5, is the fast speed with which you can blaze through many of the sites listed below. Beware, NSFW stuff could appear.

New…ish & Decent

HartCode – Vote on computer wallpapers, get paid in Bitcoin. Not yet paid out for me, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try!

PeerbetFaucet – New Faucet with simple and standard setup. Insert Address, Answer Captcha, Acquire Bitcoins. Not yet paid out for me.

RTBTC Chart – A testbed for the coming data services platform from Real Time Bitcoin Data Services. Bear in mind, if Mt. Gox is under attack, it ain’t all that useful.

All Time High – A nifty site for tracking the most recent all-time high in Bitcoin. Pulls from multiple sources and you can choose your fiat currency of choice. Still the best source to get the true price of a bitcoin.

Bitcoin Socially –  I have heard this site is giving away Bitcoin to users for using its platform. I don’t care much for social media, except for Twitter. I love Twitter.

CoinTapperAn App for Android devices that gives you bitcoin once per day. Not yet paid out, but perhaps someone else can confirm for me.

GetBitcoin.info – A great reference site with charts that delights my inner nerd. Maybe yours too.

BitcoinAR – A new faucet, either weekly or multi-day. Not yet sure, and not yet paid. But, I figured that you all kind people would want in before the timer runs out.

BitcoinSurvey – A new Survey site. These aren’t my favorites, I much more fond of the webpages. But still, I know how much a lot of you like these.

BitMit – Ebay for Bitcoins. Tons of stuff posted. Very easy to use site.

BitSprinkle – Is a twitter account that has been known to be very generous with his Bitcoin. You should go makes friends. You can follow Me too if you want.

BitStamp – A service simliar to Mt. Gox, which allows for Fiat <–> Bitcoin transactions. I have had a good look around the site, and I feel comfortable posting it as a regular link. They are the ones with this nifty bitcoin explanation.

BitVegas – If you have Minecraft, you need to check it out. Black Jack, Roulette, Minesweeper, and Pig Races. Oh, the glorious pig races. Sweet Penelope, my how you rob me. Gives you .03 BTC over time to gamble with for free.

BitBucks – A New offers site with a slick interface. Unfortunately, some site issues during and before the crash have left it offline.

ListentoBitcoin – Words cannot describe the utility of this site. Both interesting and delightful.

Bitbiz – A new daily faucet. I haven’t yet verified but I know everyone loves to test them. 🙂

Google Drive Wallet – A nifty tool for keeping track of your balances. Export your own copy.

Bitcoin National Subreddits – A nifty and updated list of the countries with their own subreddits for Bitcoin. Useful for talking with your neighbors, and of course spreading the word about your favorite blog.

Papercoin –  This site is giving away .0007 bitcoins on Mt. Gox. Be careful about putting your bitcoins in a QR though, just fair warning.

Bitcoin Addict – New daily faucet with large jackpots of .01 BTC. Worth a visit of time.

BTC Mining Calc. – A great tool for miners to calculate expected returns and time investments.

Bit Raffle – A raffle for bitcoin. I can’t really recommend this, but it might be your thing. Let us know how it turns out.

Coin Love Chest – A site that gives you Bitcoin in exchange for spreading the word on social media. Not yet tested, but intend to soon.

Negocoin – A craigslist style classifieds for Bitcoin. They are giving away some BTC in exchange for posting an ad.

Karma Exchange – Exchange your Reddit Karma for Bitcoin, .002 + your Karma score. Or some calculation roughly there abouts.

Bitdonator – A new Faucet. Not yet paid out for me. Good Luck!

CoinPost – A useful site similar to Ebay for Bitcoin.

OKCupid – Dating site, one of the most popular in the world, now accepts Bitcoin.

CoinURL – Great if you want to advertise your site, or earn a little BTC for your blog.

Quick Coin Lookup – It’s like a mini-facebook page for your BTC address!

Be sure to bookmark and spread the word.

-w

THE OKAY:

Bitcoin4You – WARNING – Some users reporting issues. This can be kind of hit or miss, but pays everyday. Beware, as it will give you some NSFW content. Usually has a fair number of pages per day. 3:00 minute average time per page.

CoinReaper – This site’s best feature is the fast speed with which you can pass through the content. Beware, NSFW stuff could appear.

BitcoinAdSmart  – This site has ads yo, but be smart and check it out once a day. The neatest feature of this site is it tells you how far away the next payout is. Check it out.

FreeBitcoins4Me  – Once per day punch in, Pays out multiple days at once.

NetLookup  – Free Bitcoins, and super fast. Enter your credentials once, then simply visit the page to earn your Bitcoins. Nice, clean layout. Wish more could be like this.

BitCoiner – You only get a Once per Day payout, but the timer is reasonably accurate. Wham, Bam, Here’s Your Bitcoin, Ma’am

iWantFreeBitcoins – Once per day bitcoin faucet. Get your name on enough of these, and it starts to add up fast.

BitHits – Once per Day, free Bitcoin faucet. Also has good links to other sites. As far as 1/day faucets go, this one is worth that daily trip.

CoinTicket – Once per Day, Can be a while between payouts.

FreeCoins  – A new site with a faucet type pay out. Not yet confirmed payouts for me, if anyone else has gotten confirmed, please drop a comment with proof and ill donate.

CoinAd – Ad supported, Once per Day payout. You can register for an hourly prize plus jump in on the Chat room, a good spot for up-to-the minute BTC news. You can get some fast paying survey work that pays pretty well.

OmniCoins – This one requires Facebook. Go to their page on Facebook, post your address. Acquire Bitcoin.

DailyBTC.org  – Somehow I forgot to bookmark this link, but it should have been with the first post. You can recieve EXTRA credits for free on Peerbet.

CoinTube – Watch videos, earn small amounts of BTC. Thankfully, the mute button works great. Usually plenty of videos to watch.

BitcoinGet – Has an embedded version of CoinTube that tracks your earnings, plus survey and simple webwork. The webwork is kind of us wash. Sometimes, you can find easy ones that pay great. But most are a pain in the ass. Some NSFW webwork is available, if that’s your thing.

Bitstreet Faucet – Not yet tested, but discovered and wanted to get it out there. Any user feedback would be generously appreciated.

Bitstart – Another Faucet, with a built in advertising page a la Bitcoin Gem (I don’t link to the ponzi games). I like this site but it hasn’t paid out for me, yet. Take a look at the advertising though, its a no-lose-situation apparently.

FreeDigitalMoney – Another Faucet, but with confirmed payouts. Highly recommended.

Tagpad – This is a social sharing site with Bitcoins built in. Supposedly, they give you coin for sharing your sites, but I haven’t been paid and I’ve been subscribed for over a week.

ElBitcoinGratis  – En Español. El Bitcoins, Bitcoins de forma gratuita, todos los días. Bitcoins for free, once per day.

BitcoinBunnyRun – Once per Day, pick your bunny and hope for the best. I never get above 3rd.

BitCrate – Break the crates for BTC. Unfortunately, this often times runs out of Bitcoin quickly, but they have a Twitter account you can follow that updates you when it is loaded.

Rugutu – Ask Questions, Answer Questions. Get paid in Bitcoin. Great community.

Minecraft Faucet –  Get Paid to play minecraft. Any user reviews would be appreciated.

Jobs4Bitcoins – Subreddit for turning your skills into BTC.

THE USEFUL:

Blockchain – is the go to source for verifying blocks, and also houses a great wallet. The wallet is useful because it shows the current conversion rate of your fiat (paper) currency.

Slush’s Bitcoin Mining Pool – There are tons of pools, but Slush’s is well known and popular. Distributed Bitcoin Mining, with income based on shares.

Deepbit Mining Pool – Much like Slush’s, but presented for some modicum of fairness. Like I said above, plenty of pools to be found.

Havelock Investments – Invest your hard earned bitcoin. Buy shares of mining pools, or even Satoshi.

Zerohedge  – One of the best sites on the web for Bitcoin news and analysis. Great general economic and political news.

BitVegas – Gambling isn’t really my thing, but Minecraft is. Minimum bet is .001BTC, but I don’t have much experience with it. Anyone with a good user review can earn a donation.

Preev – A quick, fast bitcoin converter. Loads fast and easy to change to your currency of choice.

BitcoinLive  – A sweet  Google Chrome extension that gives you an icon on browser to view the page, and can be set up to give you notification of price changes.

Reddit: Bitcoin – The world’s greatest internet forum for all things Bitcoin. If you aren’t on Reddit, then your 2 days behind everything.

Mt. Gox – The worlds most popular marketplace for Bitcoin. Great for charts, current prices, etc.

BitBin  – A convienent place to post your pastes, and earn Bitcoin for your content.

Jagoo  – Supposedly, you can buy bitcoin giftcards for redemption on other sites. Anyone with proof of this sites reputability will get a donation from me.

SatoshiCircle – Gambling site that does give aways all the time on Reddit. Check them out here

Danish Bitcoin /r/ – New Subreddit for Danish Bitcoin users. I get a fair number of visitors from Denmark, so I wanted to post this. Be sure to give me a shout-out for me there.

Games for Bitcoin /r/ – Subreddit for buying Steam Accounts, WoW Accounts, Eve stuff. (Why have a game harder than your job? Why?)

If this blog helps you, consider dropping some spare change.
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NEW POST TODAY

Just a few items tonight for you all to enjoy, including some new links. I want to let everyone know that ABitBack #2 is bringing Crowdflower to their offerings, so be sure to check them out. There are still some sites that are having issues, including BitVegas. BitBucks is out until June, according to their site. If they come up sooner, I’ll let you know.

 Please consider a kind donation to this blog, just drop a few at:

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Questions, Comments, Love Letters? Drop me a line at bestbitcoinsites@gmail.com 

 – W

THE GOOD:

BitVisitor #1 – Good sites shown with good payouts. You can find a lot of resources through the pages shown. 5:00 minute average time per page. This is the #1 link because of the number of pages you can visit.

ABitBack #– Complete Surveys (I did a 5 minute one on beer that paid .0047BTC), Watch Videos for very decent amounts of Bitcoin. Payout in BTC, Steam, Amazon, etc. A phone number may be required for verification. In my opinion, pays out large amounts of Bitcoin more reliably than any other.

EarnFreeBit #3 – Easy to use and straight forward. It pays quickly after you view the webpage, so definitely check this one out. 3 Min. per page required. This often gets up to a #1 spot when it carries a lot of ads. When it does, I try to hard to let you all know.

CoinVisitor#4 – A great site, one that has a captcha you can do without using a kepyboard! Plus, the nice dark theme fits right in for night owls. This should have been up here sooner. Also, Chatroom!

Easycoin #5 – By users request, Easycoin knocks BitBucks out of the top 5. This site is similar to Bitvisitor and Earnfreebits in that you can view pages. Also, the chatroom pays for participation.User feedback is very good.

New…ish & Decent

HartCode – Vote on computer wallpapers, get paid in Bitcoin. Not yet paid out for me, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try!

PeerbetFaucet – New Faucet with simple and standard setup. Insert Address, Answer Captcha, Acquire Bitcoins. Not yet paid out for me.

RTBTC Chart – A testbed for the coming data services platform from Real Time Bitcoin Data Services. Bear in mind, if Mt. Gox is under attack, it ain’t all that useful.

All Time High – A nifty site for tracking the most recent all-time high in Bitcoin. Pulls from multiple sources and you can choose your fiat currency of choice. Still the best source to get the true price of a bitcoin.

Bitcoin Socially –  I have heard this site is giving away Bitcoin to users for using its platform. I don’t care much for social media, except for Twitter. I love Twitter.

CoinTapperAn App for Android devices that gives you bitcoin once per day. Not yet paid out, but perhaps someone else can confirm for me.

GetBitcoin.info – A great reference site with charts that delights my inner nerd. Maybe yours too.

BitcoinAR – A new faucet, either weekly or multi-day. Not yet sure, and not yet paid. But, I figured that you all kind people would want in before the timer runs out.

BitcoinSurvey – A new Survey site. These aren’t my favorites, I much more fond of the webpages. But still, I know how much a lot of you like these.

BitMit – Ebay for Bitcoins. Tons of stuff posted. Very easy to use site.

BitSprinkle – Is a twitter account that has been known to be very generous with his Bitcoin. You should go makes friends. You can follow Me too if you want.

BitStamp – A service simliar to Mt. Gox, which allows for Fiat <–> Bitcoin transactions. I have had a good look around the site, and I feel comfortable posting it as a regular link. They are the ones with this nifty bitcoin explanation.

BitVegas – If you have Minecraft, you need to check it out. Black Jack, Roulette, Minesweeper, and Pig Races. Oh, the glorious pig races. Sweet Penelope, my how you rob me. Gives you .03 BTC over time to gamble with for free.

BitBucks – A New offers site with a slick interface. Unfortunately, some site issues during and before the crash have left it offline.

ListentoBitcoin – Words cannot describe the utility of this site. Both interesting and delightful.

Bitbiz – A new daily faucet. I haven’t yet verified but I know everyone loves to test them. 🙂

Google Drive Wallet – A nifty tool for keeping track of your balances. Export your own copy.

Bitcoin National Subreddits – A nifty and updated list of the countries with their own subreddits for Bitcoin. Useful for talking with your neighbors, and of course spreading the word about your favorite blog.

Papercoin –  This site is giving away .0007 bitcoins on Mt. Gox. Be careful about putting your bitcoins in a QR though, just fair warning.

Bitcoin Addict – New daily faucet with large jackpots of .01 BTC. Worth a visit of time.

BTC Mining Calc. – A great tool for miners to calculate expected returns and time investments.

Bit Raffle – A raffle for bitcoin. I can’t really recommend this, but it might be your thing. Let us know how it turns out.

Coin Love Chest – A site that gives you Bitcoin in exchange for spreading the word on social media. Not yet tested, but intend to soon.

Negocoin – A craigslist style classifieds for Bitcoin. They are giving away some BTC in exchange for posting an ad.

Karma Exchange – Exchange your Reddit Karma for Bitcoin, .002 + your Karma score. Or some calculation roughly there abouts.

Bitdonator – A new Faucet. Not yet paid out for me. Good Luck!

CoinPost – A useful site similar to Ebay for Bitcoin.

OKCupid – Dating site, one of the most popular in the world, now accepts Bitcoin.

CoinURL – Great if you want to advertise your site, or earn a little BTC for your blog.

Quick Coin Lookup – It’s like a mini-facebook page for your BTC address!

Be sure to bookmark and spread the word.

-w

THE OKAY:

Bitcoin4You – WARNING – Some users reporting issues. This can be kind of hit or miss, but pays everyday. Beware, as it will give you some NSFW content. Usually has a fair number of pages per day. 3:00 minute average time per page.

CoinReaper – This site’s best feature is the fast speed with which you can pass through the content. Beware, NSFW stuff could appear.

BitcoinAdSmart  – This site has ads yo, but be smart and check it out once a day. The neatest feature of this site is it tells you how far away the next payout is. Check it out.

FreeBitcoins4Me  – Once per day punch in, Pays out multiple days at once.

NetLookup  – Free Bitcoins, and super fast. Enter your credentials once, then simply visit the page to earn your Bitcoins. Nice, clean layout. Wish more could be like this.

BitCoiner – You only get a Once per Day payout, but the timer is reasonably accurate. Wham, Bam, Here’s Your Bitcoin, Ma’am

iWantFreeBitcoins – Once per day bitcoin faucet. Get your name on enough of these, and it starts to add up fast.

BitHits – Once per Day, free Bitcoin faucet. Also has good links to other sites. As far as 1/day faucets go, this one is worth that daily trip.

CoinTicket – Once per Day, Can be a while between payouts.

FreeCoins  – A new site with a faucet type pay out. Not yet confirmed payouts for me, if anyone else has gotten confirmed, please drop a comment with proof and ill donate.

CoinAd – Ad supported, Once per Day payout. You can register for an hourly prize plus jump in on the Chat room, a good spot for up-to-the minute BTC news. You can get some fast paying survey work that pays pretty well.

OmniCoins – This one requires Facebook. Go to their page on Facebook, post your address. Acquire Bitcoin.

DailyBTC.org  – Somehow I forgot to bookmark this link, but it should have been with the first post. You can recieve EXTRA credits for free on Peerbet.

CoinTube – Watch videos, earn small amounts of BTC. Thankfully, the mute button works great. Usually plenty of videos to watch.

BitcoinGet – Has an embedded version of CoinTube that tracks your earnings, plus survey and simple webwork. The webwork is kind of us wash. Sometimes, you can find easy ones that pay great. But most are a pain in the ass. Some NSFW webwork is available, if that’s your thing.

Bitstreet Faucet – Not yet tested, but discovered and wanted to get it out there. Any user feedback would be generously appreciated.

Bitstart – Another Faucet, with a built in advertising page a la Bitcoin Gem (I don’t link to the ponzi games). I like this site but it hasn’t paid out for me, yet. Take a look at the advertising though, its a no-lose-situation apparently.

FreeDigitalMoney – Another Faucet, but with confirmed payouts. Highly recommended.

Tagpad – This is a social sharing site with Bitcoins built in. Supposedly, they give you coin for sharing your sites, but I haven’t been paid and I’ve been subscribed for over a week.

ElBitcoinGratis  – En Español. El Bitcoins, Bitcoins de forma gratuita, todos los días. Bitcoins for free, once per day.

BitcoinBunnyRun – Once per Day, pick your bunny and hope for the best. I never get above 3rd.

BitCrate – Break the crates for BTC. Unfortunately, this often times runs out of Bitcoin quickly, but they have a Twitter account you can follow that updates you when it is loaded.

Rugutu – Ask Questions, Answer Questions. Get paid in Bitcoin. Great community.

Minecraft Faucet –  Get Paid to play minecraft. Any user reviews would be appreciated.

Jobs4Bitcoins – Subreddit for turning your skills into BTC.

THE USEFUL:

Blockchain – is the go to source for verifying blocks, and also houses a great wallet. The wallet is useful because it shows the current conversion rate of your fiat (paper) currency.

Slush’s Bitcoin Mining Pool – There are tons of pools, but Slush’s is well known and popular. Distributed Bitcoin Mining, with income based on shares.

Deepbit Mining Pool – Much like Slush’s, but presented for some modicum of fairness. Like I said above, plenty of pools to be found.

Havelock Investments – Invest your hard earned bitcoin. Buy shares of mining pools, or even Satoshi.

Zerohedge  – One of the best sites on the web for Bitcoin news and analysis. Great general economic and political news.

BitVegas – Gambling isn’t really my thing, but Minecraft is. Minimum bet is .001BTC, but I don’t have much experience with it. Anyone with a good user review can earn a donation.

Preev – A quick, fast bitcoin converter. Loads fast and easy to change to your currency of choice.

BitcoinLive  – A sweet  Google Chrome extension that gives you an icon on browser to view the page, and can be set up to give you notification of price changes.

Reddit: Bitcoin – The world’s greatest internet forum for all things Bitcoin. If you aren’t on Reddit, then your 2 days behind everything.

Mt. Gox – The worlds most popular marketplace for Bitcoin. Great for charts, current prices, etc.

BitBin  – A convienent place to post your pastes, and earn Bitcoin for your content.

Jagoo  – Supposedly, you can buy bitcoin giftcards for redemption on other sites. Anyone with proof of this sites reputability will get a donation from me.

SatoshiCircle – Gambling site that does give aways all the time on Reddit. Check them out here

Danish Bitcoin /r/ – New Subreddit for Danish Bitcoin users. I get a fair number of visitors from Denmark, so I wanted to post this. Be sure to give me a shout-out for me there.

Games for Bitcoin /r/ – Subreddit for buying Steam Accounts, WoW Accounts, Eve stuff. (Why have a game harder than your job? Why?)

If this blog helps you, consider dropping some spare change.
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NEW POST TODAY

UPDATE: Buy HOT SAUCE with Bitcoins!
UPDATE 2: 26 Days – 100,000 Views! THANK YOU EVERYONE!

Going to keep this part short and sweet for now. You can expect more as the weekend goes on. My thoughts on the past few days events are in the Commentary. (soon to be published) Quick, go ask Mt. Gox a question. Many sites are still down, due to constant DDoS attacks. Worst of all, even that beautiful temptress BitVegas has dropped her rewards. Here are Instawallet refund details. You can find more  Here Please DO NOT share any instawallet information with anyone.  I’ll do my best to keep you updated throughout the weekend.

 

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THE GOOD:

BitVisitor #1 – Good sites shown with good payouts. You can find a lot of resources through the pages shown. 5:00 minute average time per page. This is the #1 link because of the number of pages you can visit.

ABitBack #– Complete Surveys (I did a 5 minute one on beer that paid .0047BTC), Watch Videos for very decent amounts of Bitcoin. Payout in BTC, Steam, Amazon, etc. A phone number may be required for verification. In my opinion, pays out large amounts of Bitcoin more reliably than any other.

EarnFreeBit #3 – Easy to use and straight forward. It pays quickly after you view the webpage, so definitely check this one out. 3 Min. per page required. This often gets up to a #1 spot when it carries a lot of ads. When it does, I try to hard to let you all know.

CoinVisitor#4 – A great site, one that has a captcha you can do without using a kepyboard! Plus, the nice dark theme fits right in for night owls. This should have been up here sooner. Also, Chatroom!

Easycoin #5 – By users request, Easycoin knocks BitBucks out of the top 5. This site is similar to Bitvisitor and Earnfreebits in that you can view pages. Also, the chatroom pays for participation.User feedback is very good.

New…ish & Decent

RTBTC Chart – A testbed for the coming data services platform from Real Time Bitcoin Data Services. Bear in mind, if Mt. Gox is under attack, it ain’t all that useful.

All Time High – A nifty site for tracking the most recent all-time high in Bitcoin. Pulls from multiple sources and you can choose your fiat currency of choice. Still the best source to get the true price of a bitcoin.

Bitcoin Socially –  I have heard this site is giving away Bitcoin to users for using its platform. I don’t care much for social media, except for Twitter. I love Twitter.

CoinTapperAn App for Android devices that gives you bitcoin once per day. Not yet paid out, but perhaps someone else can confirm for me.

GetBitcoin.info – A great reference site with charts that delights my inner nerd. Maybe yours too.

BitcoinAR – A new faucet, either weekly or multi-day. Not yet sure, and not yet paid. But, I figured that you all kind people would want in before the timer runs out.

BitcoinSurvey – A new Survey site. These aren’t my favorites, I much more fond of the webpages. But still, I know how much a lot of you like these.

BitMit – Ebay for Bitcoins. Tons of stuff posted. Very easy to use site.

BitSprinkle – Is a twitter account that has been known to be very generous with his Bitcoin. You should go makes friends. You can follow Me too if you want.

BitStamp – A service simliar to Mt. Gox, which allows for Fiat <–> Bitcoin transactions. I have had a good look around the site, and I feel comfortable posting it as a regular link. They are the ones with this nifty bitcoin explanation.

BitVegas – If you have Minecraft, you need to check it out. Black Jack, Roulette, Minesweeper, and Pig Races. Oh, the glorious pig races. Sweet Penelope, my how you rob me. Gives you .03 BTC over time to gamble with for free.

BitBucks– A New offers site with a slick interface. Easy to use, and the website just doesn’t annoy you. Absolutely worth checking out. This is the #2 site because of the large payouts that can be found. Currently

ListentoBitcoin – Words cannot describe the utility of this site. Both interesting and delightful.

Bitbiz – A new daily faucet. I haven’t yet verified but I know everyone loves to test them. 🙂

Google Drive Wallet – A nifty tool for keeping track of your balances. Export your own copy.

Bitcoin National Subreddits – A nifty and updated list of the countries with their own subreddits for Bitcoin. Useful for talking with your neighbors, and of course spreading the word about your favorite blog.

Papercoin –  This site is giving away .0007 bitcoins on Mt. Gox. Be careful about putting your bitcoins in a QR though, just fair warning.

Bitcoin Addict – New daily faucet with large jackpots of .01 BTC. Worth a visit of time.

BTC Mining Calc. – A great tool for miners to calculate expected returns and time investments.

Bit Raffle – A raffle for bitcoin. I can’t really recommend this, but it might be your thing. Let us know how it turns out.

Coin Love Chest – A site that gives you Bitcoin in exchange for spreading the word on social media. Not yet tested, but intend to soon.

Negocoin – A craigslist style classifieds for Bitcoin. They are giving away some BTC in exchange for posting an ad.

Karma Exchange – Exchange your Reddit Karma for Bitcoin, .002 + your Karma score. Or some calculation roughly there abouts.

Bitdonator – A new Faucet. Not yet paid out for me. Good Luck!

CoinPost – A useful site similar to Ebay for Bitcoin.

OKCupid – Dating site, one of the most popular in the world, now accepts Bitcoin.

CoinURL – Great if you want to advertise your site, or earn a little BTC for your blog.

Quick Coin Lookup – It’s like a mini-facebook page for your BTC address!

Be sure to bookmark and spread the word.

-w

THE OKAY:

Bitcoin4You – WARNING – Some users reporting issues. This can be kind of hit or miss, but pays everyday. Beware, as it will give you some NSFW content. Usually has a fair number of pages per day. 3:00 minute average time per page.

CoinReaper – This site’s best feature is the fast speed with which you can pass through the content. Beware, NSFW stuff could appear.

BitcoinAdSmart  – This site has ads yo, but be smart and check it out once a day. The neatest feature of this site is it tells you how far away the next payout is. Check it out.

FreeBitcoins4Me  – Once per day punch in, Pays out multiple days at once.

NetLookup  – Free Bitcoins, and super fast. Enter your credentials once, then simply visit the page to earn your Bitcoins. Nice, clean layout. Wish more could be like this.

BitCoiner – You only get a Once per Day payout, but the timer is reasonably accurate. Wham, Bam, Here’s Your Bitcoin, Ma’am

iWantFreeBitcoins – Once per day bitcoin faucet. Get your name on enough of these, and it starts to add up fast.

BitHits – Once per Day, free Bitcoin faucet. Also has good links to other sites. As far as 1/day faucets go, this one is worth that daily trip.

CoinTicket – Once per Day, Can be a while between payouts.

FreeCoins  – A new site with a faucet type pay out. Not yet confirmed payouts for me, if anyone else has gotten confirmed, please drop a comment with proof and ill donate.

CoinAd – Ad supported, Once per Day payout. You can register for an hourly prize plus jump in on the Chat room, a good spot for up-to-the minute BTC news. You can get some fast paying survey work that pays pretty well.

OmniCoins – This one requires Facebook. Go to their page on Facebook, post your address. Acquire Bitcoin.

DailyBTC.org  – Somehow I forgot to bookmark this link, but it should have been with the first post. You can recieve EXTRA credits for free on Peerbet.

CoinTube – Watch videos, earn small amounts of BTC. Thankfully, the mute button works great. Usually plenty of videos to watch.

BitcoinGet – Has an embedded version of CoinTube that tracks your earnings, plus survey and simple webwork. The webwork is kind of us wash. Sometimes, you can find easy ones that pay great. But most are a pain in the ass. Some NSFW webwork is available, if that’s your thing.

Bitstreet Faucet – Not yet tested, but discovered and wanted to get it out there. Any user feedback would be generously appreciated.

Bitstart – Another Faucet, with a built in advertising page a la Bitcoin Gem (I don’t link to the ponzi games). I like this site but it hasn’t paid out for me, yet. Take a look at the advertising though, its a no-lose-situation apparently.

FreeDigitalMoney – Another Faucet, but with confirmed payouts. Highly recommended.

Tagpad – This is a social sharing site with Bitcoins built in. Supposedly, they give you coin for sharing your sites, but I haven’t been paid and I’ve been subscribed for over a week.

ElBitcoinGratis  – En Español. El Bitcoins, Bitcoins de forma gratuita, todos los días. Bitcoins for free, once per day.

BitcoinBunnyRun – Once per Day, pick your bunny and hope for the best. I never get above 3rd.

BitCrate – Break the crates for BTC. Unfortunately, this often times runs out of Bitcoin quickly, but they have a Twitter account you can follow that updates you when it is loaded.

Rugutu – Ask Questions, Answer Questions. Get paid in Bitcoin. Great community.

Minecraft Faucet –  Get Paid to play minecraft. Any user reviews would be appreciated.

Jobs4Bitcoins – Subreddit for turning your skills into BTC.

THE USEFUL:

Blockchain – is the go to source for verifying blocks, and also houses a great wallet. The wallet is useful because it shows the current conversion rate of your fiat (paper) currency.

Slush’s Bitcoin Mining Pool – There are tons of pools, but Slush’s is well known and popular. Distributed Bitcoin Mining, with income based on shares.

Deepbit Mining Pool – Much like Slush’s, but presented for some modicum of fairness. Like I said above, plenty of pools to be found.

Havelock Investments – Invest your hard earned bitcoin. Buy shares of mining pools, or even Satoshi.

Zerohedge  – One of the best sites on the web for Bitcoin news and analysis. Great general economic and political news.

BitVegas – Gambling isn’t really my thing, but Minecraft is. Minimum bet is .001BTC, but I don’t have much experience with it. Anyone with a good user review can earn a donation.

Preev – A quick, fast bitcoin converter. Loads fast and easy to change to your currency of choice.

BitcoinLive  – A sweet  Google Chrome extension that gives you an icon on browser to view the page, and can be set up to give you notification of price changes.

Reddit: Bitcoin – The world’s greatest internet forum for all things Bitcoin. If you aren’t on Reddit, then your 2 days behind everything.

Mt. Gox – The worlds most popular marketplace for Bitcoin. Great for charts, current prices, etc.

BitBin  – A convienent place to post your pastes, and earn Bitcoin for your content.

Jagoo  – Supposedly, you can buy bitcoin giftcards for redemption on other sites. Anyone with proof of this sites reputability will get a donation from me.

SatoshiCircle – Gambling site that does give aways all the time on Reddit. Check them out here

Danish Bitcoin /r/ – New Subreddit for Danish Bitcoin users. I get a fair number of visitors from Denmark, so I wanted to post this. Be sure to give me a shout-out for me there.

Games for Bitcoin /r/ – Subreddit for buying Steam Accounts, WoW Accounts, Eve stuff. (Why have a game harder than your job? Why?)

If this blog helps you, consider dropping some spare change.
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The 5th Bitcoin Crash has come, and has gone. Fueled by media, the price rose to 266 on Mt. Gox before tumbling to $54.25 over a particularly brutal 36 or so hours. Many of you might have noticed that while others cheered Bitcoin on higher and higher each day, I spoke instead of fear for the crash to come. No asset, outside of extreme catastrophe, should rise that quickly and hold it’s value and continue to rise. Good economics doesn’t allow it. Trust me, I was trained by the best. Also see the disclaimer.

As bad as recent events have been for our brothers and sisters in Cyprus, extreme catastrophe might be a bit of a stretch. Certainly, for some particularly large investors, the events were unbearable.  But, all things in perspective the EU could have actually botched the job worse by their original plan of turning a blind eye while the Cypriot government seized from all accounts at all banks. Never the less, A bit of good old fashioned panic set in. Across the globe, those who bother to read the news placed their trust in a computer to secure (for most) a fraction of their liquid and some non liquid wealth. The price jumped higher

No, with most certainty this crash should have caught none by surprise. The previous lag issues with Mt. Gox. An asset gaining 600% value in a month. Massive media promotion for free. The new reality of the Euro in just one meeting. Without doubt, many of you who will read this have made great fortunes by selling at multiples of your buy-in price. This is good, very good as the end result of the last 45 days has been a vast distribution of Bitcoin between a greater number of holders. The press certainly has convinced many businesses that Bitcoin is worth exploring. Certainly a further plummet could still occur, but I have no doubt the highs for bitcoin will be later in the year.

NEW POST IN PROGRESS

ABitBack working great and paying out!

EarnFreeBit is Back up!

CoinVisitor is paying out again, but some site issues.

Greeting fellow internet souls, fine purveyors of crypto-currency, and revolutionaries like myself in the fight for free money. Free Money sounds like a lie. After all, each of us should be well schooled in the fact that there is no free lunch.

But Bitcoin is different. Clearly, it isn’t free as in “free beer” when the price reached $225/BTC about an hour before posting this. Bitcoin is FREE in the sense of Freedom. Bitcoin represents Freedom from banks, governments, and money changers who would rob us blind. See my Commentary for some backing to my wild claims.

I want to congratulate ABitBack on its return to the Top 3, at #2. It has been paying out, in huge amounts for some of the surveys. I noticed someone earned .013 just an hour ago. It switches spots with BitBucks, dropping to #5 due to severely reduced payouts. I know a lot of that is simply do to the meteoric rise of Bitcoin, but ABitBack has really pulled through and managed to take the lead of all survey sites. Issues with payouts at CoinURL are being resolved as I type this post. I have been in touch with the Admin and confirmed payouts are going out. If you run a website, I highly recommend them. They are one of the easiest advertisers I have ever dealt with.

Anyone who buys this handsome teddy bear is gleefully welcomed into the super secret, elite subscribers club. We have a handshake. Honest.

Ok, now on to what you all came for… Links! More to come later today.

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Questions, Comments, Love Letters? Drop me a line at bestbitcoinsites@gmail.com 

 – W

NEW…ish 

All Time High – A nifty site for tracking the most recent all-time high in Bitcoin. Pulls from multiple sources and you can choose your fiat currency of choice.

Bitcoin Socially –  I have heard this site is giving away Bitcoin to users for using its platform. I don’t care much for social media, except for Twitter. I love Twitter.

CoinTapperAn App for Android devices that gives you bitcoin once per day. Not yet paid out, but perhaps someone else can confirm for me.

GetBitcoin.info – A great reference site with charts that delights my inner nerd. Maybe yours too.

BitcoinAR – A new faucet, either weekly or multi-day. Not yet sure, and not yet paid. But, I figured that you all kind people would want in before the timer runs out.

BitcoinSurvey – A new Survey site. These aren’t my favorites, I much more fond of the webpages. But still, I know how much a lot of you like these.

BitMit – Ebay for Bitcoins. Tons of stuff posted. Very easy to use site.

BitSprinkle – Is a twitter account that has been known to be very generous with his Bitcoin. You should go makes friends. You can follow Me too if you want.

BitStamp – A service simliar to Mt. Gox, which allows for Fiat <–> Bitcoin transactions. I have had a good look around the site, and I feel comfortable posting it as a regular link. They are the ones with this nifty bitcoin explanation.

BitVegas – If you have Minecraft, you need to check it out. Black Jack, Roulette, Minesweeper, and Pig Races. Oh, the glorious pig races. Sweet Penelope, my how you rob me. Gives you .03 BTC over time to gamble with for free.

Easycoin – New site similar to Bitvisitor and Earnfreebits. I haven’t had a lot of time to test it, so be sure to leave a review. I can see this getting up to top 1 or 2 very soon. I have heard rumors the Chatroom pays you BTC to talk to people. I don’t know for sure.

ListentoBitcoin – Words cannot describe the utility of this site. Both interesting and delightful.

Bitbiz – A new daily faucet. I haven’t yet verified but I know everyone loves to test them. 🙂

Google Drive Wallet – A nifty tool for keeping track of your balances. Export your own copy.

Bitcoin National Subreddits – A nifty and updated list of the countries with their own subreddits for Bitcoin. Useful for talking with your neighbors, and of course spreading the word about your favorite blog.

Papercoin –  This site is giving away .0007 bitcoins on Mt. Gox. Be careful about putting your bitcoins in a QR though, just fair warning.

Bitcoin Addict – New daily faucet with large jackpots of .01 BTC. Worth a visit of time.

BTC Mining Calc. – A great tool for miners to calculate expected returns and time investments.

Bit Raffle – A raffle for bitcoin. I can’t really recommend this, but it might be your thing. Let us know how it turns out.

Coin Love Chest – A site that gives you Bitcoin in exchange for spreading the word on social media. Not yet tested, but intend to soon.

Negocoin – A craigslist style classifieds for Bitcoin. They are giving away some BTC in exchange for posting an ad.

Karma Exchange – Exchange your Reddit Karma for Bitcoin, .002 + your Karma score. Or some calculation roughly there abouts.

Bitdonator – A new Faucet. Not yet paid out for me. Good Luck!

CoinPost – A useful site similar to Ebay for Bitcoin.

OKCupid – Dating site, one of the most popular in the world, now accepts Bitcoin.

CoinURL – Great if you want to advertise your site, or earn a little BTC for your blog.

Quick Coin Lookup – It’s like a mini-facebook page for your BTC address!

Be sure to bookmark and spread the word.

-w

THE GOOD:

BitVisitor #1 – Good sites shown with good payouts. You can find a lot of resources through the pages shown. 5:00 minute average time per page. This is the #1 link because of the number of pages you can visit.

ABitBack #2 – Complete Surveys (I did a 5 minute one on beer that paid .0047BTC), Watch Videos for very decent amounts of Bitcoin. Payout in BTC, Steam, Amazon, etc. A phone number may be required for verification. In my opinion, pays out large amounts of Bitcoin more reliably than any other.

EarnFreeBit #3 – Easy to use and straight forward. It pays quickly after you view the webpage, so definitely check this one out. 3 Min. per page required. This often gets up to a #1 spot when it carries a lot of ads. When it does, I try to hard to let you all know.

CoinVisitor#4 – A great site, one that has a captcha you can do without using a kepyboard! Plus, the nice dark theme fits right in for night owls. This should have been up here sooner. Also, Chatroom!

BitBucks#5 – A New offers site with a slick interface. Easy to use, and the website just doesn’t annoy you. Absolutely worth checking out. This is the #2 site because of the large payouts that can be found.

Bitcoin4You – WARNING – Some users reporting issues. This can be kind of hit or miss, but pays everyday. Beware, as it will give you some NSFW content. Usually has a fair number of pages per day. 3:00 minute average time per page.

CoinReaper – This site’s best feature is the fast speed with which you can pass through the content. Beware, NSFW stuff could appear.

THE OKAY:

BitHits – Once per Day, free Bitcoin faucet. Also has good links to other sites. As far as 1/day faucets go, this one is worth that daily trip.

BitcoinAdSmart  – This site has ads yo, but be smart and check it out once a day. The neatest feature of this site is it tells you how far away the next payout is. Check it out.

FreeBitcoins4Me  – Once per day punch in, Pays out multiple days at once.

NetLookup  – Free Bitcoins, and super fast. Enter your credentials once, then simply visit the page to earn your Bitcoins. Nice, clean layout. Wish more could be like this.

BitCoiner – You only get a Once per Day payout, but the timer is reasonably accurate. Wham, Bam, Here’s Your Bitcoin, Ma’am

iWantFreeBitcoins – Once per day bitcoin faucet. Get your name on enough of these, and it starts to add up fast.

CoinTicket – Once per Day, Can be a while between payouts.

FreeCoins  – A new site with a faucet type pay out. Not yet confirmed payouts for me, if anyone else has gotten confirmed, please drop a comment with proof and ill donate.

CoinAd – Ad supported, Once per Day payout. You can register for an hourly prize plus jump in on the Chat room, a good spot for up-to-the minute BTC news. You can get some fast paying survey work that pays pretty well.

OmniCoins – This one requires Facebook. Go to their page on Facebook, post your address. Acquire Bitcoin.

DailyBTC.org  – Somehow I forgot to bookmark this link, but it should have been with the first post. You can recieve EXTRA credits for free on Peerbet.

CoinTube – Watch videos, earn small amounts of BTC. Thankfully, the mute button works great. Usually plenty of videos to watch.

BitcoinGet – Has an embedded version of CoinTube that tracks your earnings, plus survey and simple webwork. The webwork is kind of us wash. Sometimes, you can find easy ones that pay great. But most are a pain in the ass. Some NSFW webwork is available, if that’s your thing.

Bitstreet Faucet – Not yet tested, but discovered and wanted to get it out there. Any user feedback would be generously appreciated.

Bitstart – Another Faucet, with a built in advertising page a la Bitcoin Gem (I don’t link to the ponzi games). I like this site but it hasn’t paid out for me, yet. Take a look at the advertising though, its a no-lose-situation apparently.

FreeDigitalMoney – Another Faucet, but with confirmed payouts. Highly recommended.

Tagpad – This is a social sharing site with Bitcoins built in. Supposedly, they give you coin for sharing your sites, but I haven’t been paid and I’ve been subscribed for over a week.

ElBitcoinGratis  – En Español. El Bitcoins, Bitcoins de forma gratuita, todos los días. Bitcoins for free, once per day.

BitcoinBunnyRun – Once per Day, pick your bunny and hope for the best. I never get above 3rd.

BitCrate – Break the crates for BTC. Unfortunately, this often times runs out of Bitcoin quickly, but they have a Twitter account you can follow that updates you when it is loaded.

Rugutu – Ask Questions, Answer Questions. Get paid in Bitcoin. Great community.

Minecraft Faucet –  Get Paid to play minecraft. Any user reviews would be appreciated.

Jobs4Bitcoins – Subreddit for turning your skills into BTC.

THE USEFUL:

Blockchain – is the go to source for verifying blocks, and also houses a great wallet. The wallet is useful because it shows the current conversion rate of your fiat (paper) currency.

Slush’s Bitcoin Mining Pool – There are tons of pools, but Slush’s is well known and popular. Distributed Bitcoin Mining, with income based on shares.

Deepbit Mining Pool – Much like Slush’s, but presented for some modicum of fairness. Like I said above, plenty of pools to be found.

Havelock Investments – Invest your hard earned bitcoin. Buy shares of mining pools, or even Satoshi.

Zerohedge  – One of the best sites on the web for Bitcoin news and analysis. Great general economic and political news.

BitVegas – Gambling isn’t really my thing, but Minecraft is. Minimum bet is .001BTC, but I don’t have much experience with it. Anyone with a good user review can earn a donation.

Preev – A quick, fast bitcoin converter. Loads fast and easy to change to your currency of choice.

BitcoinLive  – A sweet  Google Chrome extension that gives you an icon on browser to view the page, and can be set up to give you notification of price changes.

Reddit: Bitcoin – The world’s greatest internet forum for all things Bitcoin. If you aren’t on Reddit, then your 2 days behind everything.

Mt. Gox – The worlds most popular marketplace for Bitcoin. Great for charts, current prices, etc.

BitBin  – A convienent place to post your pastes, and earn Bitcoin for your content.

Jagoo  – Supposedly, you can buy bitcoin giftcards for redemption on other sites. Anyone with proof of this sites reputability will get a donation from me.

SatoshiCircle – Gambling site that does give aways all the time on Reddit. Check them out here

Danish Bitcoin /r/ – New Subreddit for Danish Bitcoin users. I get a fair number of visitors from Denmark, so I wanted to post this. Be sure to give me a shout-out for me there.

Games for Bitcoin /r/ – Subreddit for buying Steam Accounts, WoW Accounts, Eve stuff. (Why have a game harder than your job? Why?)

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Commentary: Misconceptions

This is the first part of an article I am working on for someone. I don’t really know who they are, other than they are an editor for an online magazine I read. I just complained to them about an article, and they suggested I write one instead. So, here is part 1.

Bitcoin: Misconceptions

Bitcoin. What is it really? There are so many misconceptions, half-truths, and straight lies spoken regarding Bitcoin that sifting the wheat from the chaff can be a full time occupation. Instead of delving into what Bitcoin is and what it represents for the future, let us explore what Bitcoin really isn’t, though you may have heard otherwise:

Bitcoin is a Ponzi Scheme!

 Taken from the first paragraph of the U.S. Government’s Securities and Exchange Commission’s website. Seems like a good place to start, with those who know it best.

A Ponzi scheme is an investment fraud that involves the payment of purported returns to existing investors from funds contributed by new investors.

Bitcoin is not an investment. Bitcoin is an exchange mechanism that exists and is propagated without the needs for banks or governments. The only thing it requires is the distributed network of computers which run the protocol.

In many Ponzi schemes, the fraudsters focus on attracting new money to make promised payments to earlier-stage investors and to use for personal expenses, instead of engaging in any legitimate investment activity.  

There are no “promised payments” with Bitcoin. The price of each coin is determined solely by the market forces of supply and demand. You buy a bitcoin, and it is yours.

Ponzi scheme organizers often solicit new investors by promising to invest funds in opportunities claimed to generate high returns with little or no risk.

This is the only part of a Ponzi that Bitcoin bears any relation to. Many early adopters of Bitcoin have already become millionaires in the issued paper currency of their government. The promise of future returns such as they enjoyed has certainly caught the attention of the public. This is not the same as solicitation based on an investment plan, but rather the natural byproduct of a finite commodity whose use is rapidly becoming more widespread.

Bitcoin got Hacked!

The concept of hacking Bitcoin is an ever present fear to those who do not yet understand the resilience of the Bitcoin Protocol. The idea that wealth that could be confiscated by an evil third party is one of the more laughable arguments against Bitcoin. Ask the Cypriots how much faith they have in the Euro now? Ask the Russian depositors who trusted the EU to play by their own rules on capital controls. Article 73 B of the Maastricht Treaty specifically forbids the hindrance of capital across the EU zone and to third-parties. That did not stop them from rewriting the laws in the middle of the night. Talk about a hack, or rather a large group of!

Bitcoin is international, it is not controlled by a government. In such instances where a government acts in its own preservation and rather for the good of its people, the utility of a currency exchange like Bitcoin is invaluable to preserving wealth. The only hack it relates to is best related to these kind folks.

 

Bitcoins can be duplicated, it happened already!

There is no way to copy a bitcoin. Bitcoins come into existence  through the efforts of “miners.” Rather than digging into the ground in search of shiny metal, these techno-alchemists transform computing power and electricity into new coins. There is also a hard limit on the amount of coins that can be created, about 25 every 10 minutes. When these miners “strike gold” they are simply solving a very difficult math problem, while creating a new record for all transactions that have taken place recently. This builds the “blockchain” so that each and every transaction is recorded, but not the identity of those who are transacting.

There was an issue when a bug was found which caused some Bitcoins to be double-spent.  Rather than do damage to Bitcoin, it had the effect of strengthening the overall network as users and holders of Bitcoin saw the community come together asynchronously to fix the problem. New transfers were halted, Mt. Gox reacted instantly, and the few who lost moneywere compensated from within the community.

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