UPDATE: NEXT CONTEST READY!
Sorry for the long delay. We have a couple of new sites to add. Mr. W. has been setting up a new computer, and Mrs. W. has been getting into Bitcoin!!! Hopefully I can convince her to help me update this blog more regularly. If you are interested in what convinced Mrs. W. that a hundred conversations from me could not, check out Bitfash.
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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!
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.
HoneyBitcoin #6 – This is a new view pages for Bitcoin site, similar to #1, #3, & #4. The payouts are less, but it has a decent variety of ads. The site is in spanish, but if you use Google Chrome like I do, it auto translates most of the relevant text.
BitcoinGet #7 – 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 too, if that’s your thing.
New…ish & Decent
Senor Bitcoin – New (and Funny) Faucet in mixed english and spanish. Not yet paid out for me, but probably worth a visit by you.
Glados CoinChat – Earn Bitcoin for chatting. Huge giveaways! Doesn’t pay as often as the Coinvisitor Chat, but a much better interface and a great many more themed rooms. If your going to chat, might as well get paid.
Virtual Faucet – Pays out every 30 minutes and doesn’t bombard you with ads. Simple, easy, and efficient.
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. Currently giving away a little bit of free Bitcoin.
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.
CoinTapper – An 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
CONTEST LINK – Click the link for entry into this week’s contest, ending May 10th 2013.
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.
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.
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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