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I started writing on read.cash, PublishOX, Steemit, Torum, and Hive a little over one year ago. I have dedicated my free time to finding sites that allow you to earn small amounts of Crypto from your attention or from claiming from faucets a couple of times a day. I have had all sorts of different reactions to my articles. Some people say that these sites are a waste of time, some people thank me up and down for finding legit sites that actually pay, and others just do not really care enough to comment and only put a comment for the clout.
I want to let you know that these sites are worth the time and energy. Of course, at first, you will not be earning a ton of Crypto but over time your earnings will start to go up. The more you learn the more you earn as I like to say.
I want to share a detailed list of the sites and projects I have found to be the most lucrative, rewarding, and have a bright future. It can be overwhelming and time-consuming trying to find projects and sites that actually are worth the time and effort so I like to do the hard work for people and hope they enjoy my articles enough to try the sites through my referral links. I hope whoever finds these articles to be helpful tries to do the same thing and spread their referral links. This is where the true passive income starts coming in. You can earn enough from these sites to play around with and save up but if you truly want to earn a good amount then I suggest trying to write articles or if you know enough people have them sign up using your referral links.
I tend to ramble so without further ado I would like to share some projects and earning sites with you. I will go from the newest ones I have found and used to the older but more well-known ones I use. I want to remind you, these sites will not make you earn a ton of Crypto (unless you know a decent amount of people or have a good amount of followers that use your referral links) but what it will do is make you earn enough so you can invest your earnings in liquidity, Staking, or something else that pays you for holding or investing.
The first site I want to share with you is a newbie I have been using for a couple of weeks now. The site is called Coinpot. I know what your thinking. Coinpot!! Like the Coinpot from a while back. Sorry to say this is not the same thing. It is a good site but nothing like the site back in the day. The name brings up so many fond memories of earning 100 sats per claim. Now I wish I would have saved it all. Oh, the good old days. This is still a good earning site though. You start off earning 1 to 3 sats per PTC (point to click) claim but over time your amount starts becoming more. They have a loyalty program that gives you a higher percentage of earnings the more days you claim. You can claim the faucet every 5 minutes and you will start off only earning 1 to 2 sats per claim but this amount will grow the more days you use it. The withdrawal minimum is small and you can claim right to your FaucetPay wallet (if you do not know about FaucetPay then keep reading. I will be going over this micro wallet later in the article).
The next site I want to go over is called Coinpayz. Coinpayz is almost identical to Coinpot but pays a little more and has a better-looking layout. You can claim every 5 minutes on here as well. The faucet pays the same as Coinpot but the PTC section pays a little more. The withdrawal amount is small and easy to reach even if you are just starting. You can withdraw to FaucetPay. There are multiple other ways you can withdraw but I suggest FaucetPay because it is smaller and easier to reach.
CryptoWin is one of my favorite sites to earn from. You can claim from their faucet every 15 minutes and you can earn anywhere from 1 to 4 sats each claim. Sometimes they have special days where you can earn up to 100 sats per claim. This has happened at least four times since I started using this site about 6 months ago. They also have a decent PTC section that allows you to earn anywhere from 1 to 6 sats. The withdrawal limit is small and easy to reach. When you are ready to withdraw you can either direct withdrawal to your wallet you use or you can withdraw to FaucetPay. I suggest FaucetPay because the minimum is smaller and the transaction is faster. There is more to this site but I wanted to focus on what people would be using the most. If you decide to check this site out please leave a comment and let me know what you think.
The next two sites I want to go over are strictly PTC sites. There are many PTC sites out there but I believe these two to be my favorite and the highest paying.
The first PTC site I want to go over is called adBTC. This PTC site is the highest-paying ad-watching site out there. The highest I have seen that you can earn on this site is 36 sats per site you click. The lowest I have seen is 3 sats. This is one of the highest-paying sites out there as you can tell. The withdrawal limit is 1000 sats (if you withdraw to FaucetPay, 10,000 sats for direct) which is low for the amount you earn.
The second is called CoinpayU. This site does not pay as much as adBTC but it still is a decent site. The highest paying clicks are around 6 sats and the lowest is around 1 sat. It will take you around 5 days to reach the withdrawal limit of 1000 sats. I know it doesn't sound like it is worth the time but you can just click these while you are using all of your other earning sites. Not the greatest earning site but definitely not the worst. I think it is worth the time but you might not.
Now that I have talked about my favorite FaucetPay faucets I want to talk about the actual micro wallet itself. FaucetPay is one of the leading micro wallets out to date. You can hold your earnings here and they will be secure and when you are ready you can withdraw them to your main wallet. What is cool about FaucetPay is that they have their own Crypto called FEY. This Crypto is worth $0.005298 at the time of writing this. I do not think it is going to go up super high or anything but it just shows that this project has something other micro wallets do not. You can exchange your earnings for this Crypto and stake it directly into the wallet. You can also withdraw your FEY into a wallet such as Coinbase Wallet. Not the main Coinbase wallet but the one you actually get the seed phrase for. FEY is on the ETH blockchain so it is going to cost a lot to exchange at the moment so I suggest staking and waiting until ETH 2.0 is fully released. This is not financial advice. That is just my thoughts on what I am doing. FaucetPay also has its own PTC section that allows you to earn anywhere from 1 to 12 sats. It all depends on what ads are available at the time.
The next site I want to talk about is called Faucet Crypto. You do not make much from this site at first but with time you will start making more. The reason I really like this site is that it has multiple withdrawal options. You can choose over 20 different Crypto projects to withdraw. Faucet Crypto has a faucet you can claim from every 30 minutes and you can earn around 2 sats per claim depending on what level you are. They also have a decent PTC section. You can earn anywhere from 1 to 4 sats per click. I know this is not that much but if you use all of these sites at the time same time you will earn enough to stake or add liquidity in no time.
This next site is one of my all-time favorites. Cointiply is one of the highest-earning sites I have used. You can claim from their faucet every hour and you have a chance of winning up to $20. I have never won this much. The most I have won so far is $0.50 but anything is possible. The more you claim the higher your chances are I guess. I only claim a couple of times a day because I do not have that much free time these days. Cointiply also has one of the best PTC sections. You can earn a lot. I am not sure exactly how much it is per click because they use a point system instead of sats. What I do know is you can earn anywhere from $5 to $30 a month from this site depending on how much you use it. They also have a great reward system, survey section, game section, and a bunch more.
The next site I want to share with you is one of a kind. HideoutTV and LootTV are some of the easiest sites to earn from. You earn from these sites by watching videos. HidoutTV has multiple different categories to choose from such as gaming, cooking, animals, traveling, music, and a couple more. LootTV only has two categories which are DIY and food. I grouped these two sites together because they are pretty much the same thing. The only difference is HideoutTV has a way bigger selection and you can earn from referrals. LootTV does not have a referral system but works exactly the same. You can choose to withdraw your earnings to Cointiply which is what I do. I withdraw LootTV to Cointiply and I have linked HideoutTV to a site called Lootup. I connect it to Lootup because you can withdraw directly to your Paypal account. What is great about these sites is you can have them running and earn even if you are not watching. The ads play automatically. The only thing is you have to remember to change to a different category about every hour to make the most. If you just let it keep running the amount you earn will go down over time. If you switch categories your earnings will stay high.
I want to share a couple of sites you can earn from blogging or writing short stories. You can pretty much write whatever your heart desires. The more people enjoy it and like it the more you will earn. I am going to write a list of blogging sites that earn most to least.
I will keep hunting for new sites to earn from. Please let me know what you think of the sites I shared and let me know of any articles you have written about earning so I can check out the sites. I appreciate all of you for taking the time to read my article. I am using a couple of other sites that I plan on writing about in the near future. I want to test all the sites I use first before I share them so I can make sure people will earn and not be bamboozled. I hope everyone has a great day and I will be back with another article in no time.
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