It has been about half a year since the end of FaucetHub.io as micro wallet service. There are a lot of new platforms trying to become the replacement. Some succeeded and still improving their platforms with more features.
From those new micro wallets, I think FaucetPay.io is the better choice, at least for a lot of former FaucetHub.io programs. Some initially try to use the other like ExpressCrypto.io or MicroWallet.co before they finally add FaucetPay.io as an alternative.
Obviously there are a lot of rooms to improve but that doesn’t necessarily make them not as good as FaucetHub.io. There are things that we will not find here but there are also some better and new features.
So, who is FaucetPay.io? Is FaucetPay.io legit or scam? What are their features? Which cryptocurrencies do they accept?
Those are probably just a few questions that came to mind after hearing about FaucetPay.io. Well, in this article, I’m going to share with you my FaucetPay.io review based on my experience and what I can find from the internet.
Hope this helps. Is FaucetPay.io going to become the best micro wallet service?
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Type: Cryptocurrency Micro Wallet
Feature: Program Manager, Paid to Click, Offerwalls, Multiplier Game, Exchanger, Binary Trading, Advertise, Reward Points
Referral Commission: 0.05% (Trade), 0.5% (Multiplier), 25% (Offerwalls), 50% (Exchange, PTC)
Payment Method: Coin’s Wallet (BTC, ETH, DOGE, LTC, BCH, DGB, DASH, TRX, USDT, ZEC, BNB)
Started Since: 2019
My Status: PAYING (October 2021)
News and Update
April 2021. FaucetPay.io added another cryptocurrencies to their platform. We can now earn and trade ZCash (ZEC) and Binance Coin (BNB).
March 2021. FaucetPay.io said that they got hacked and lost more than $600,000 worth of cryptocurrencies. They have said that they are going to cover the loss.
It took about a week or so for them to fix the issue by disabling deposit and withdraw feature. I think they are back to normal, and I already got my first payment after the incident.
December 2020. I don’t know why, they have decided to terminate the forum they recently just added. It will be removed on December 22, 2020 and we can no longer access the page at this time.
FaucetPay.io has announced their own utility token, FEYORRA (FEY). It has been added to the dashboard as one of the cryptocurrency we can earn from the supported programs.
There is also a link to where we can claim these free tokens. However, only members who registered before November 2020 can claim it.
The problem is, to claim these free tokens, we have to agree that to share all of the user related details to the developer of the coin. If this includes details like login password then I’m not sure to claim those. Sadly there is no further explanation for this.
There is also a staking option for this FEYORRA token. I don’t know why but I cannot exchange other coins to FEY right now to give it a try.
November 2020. FaucetPay.io has added Tether or USDT coin to the platform.
July 2020. FaucetPay.io has added Trox (TRX) token as the new supported coins. The minimum is 10 TRX to withdraw and the fee is 0.5 TRX per withdraw for both Normal and Priority.
The new feature that was recently added was FORUM. Just like FaucetHub.io before, FaucetPay.io has a discussion room for many things but most importantly their supported programs.
If we click on the HELP menu, and then from the drop down, we can click on FORUM and it will open a new window to load that page. I recommend logging in to FaucetPay.io account first, and they will automatically create an account for the Forum.
The next picture displays the FORUM page.
Back at the end of 2019, after FaucetHub.io announced their closure, the owner said that he would develop a script similar to FaucetHub.io as the micro wallet replacement. A lot of the supported program owners expressed their interest with this new platform.
I don’t know exactly if FaucetPay.io was the result of that but this one did come not long after the closure. Some said that the owner of Fautsy.com, former FaucetHub.io program, was the one behind this FaucetPay.io. This and their sister sites were among the first to use it.
Some of the programs tried ExpressCrypto.io at first because they had been around several months at that time, ready to be used with almost 20 cryptocurrencies. On the other hand, FaucetPay.io recently just started with just 4.
One of the faucet owner from BitsFree.net expressed that they had some issues with ExpressCrypto.io and thus chose FaucetPay.io instead. That was like the first review that I got from any owner about these two.
After several months, more and more former FaucetHub.io programs are using this micro wallet. It is not as big as FaucetHub.io before yet but it could be.
The website itself is very simple in terms of interface. There is a dark mode we can use. They are still improving the platform, so we can expect more to come. Probably more features and more currencies.
For those who use FaucetHub.io before, we can notice that some features are missing. There is no forum here, profile of users and owners, or blogs / news page.
If we do encounter some problems, there are several ways we can contact FaucetPay.io. One of them is by using the CONTACT US page, the last menu under the HELP main menu.
Alternatively, we can try their Twitter account or Telegram account. If we follow those, we might find out the latest update for the platform or some maintenance schedule. On their Telegram channel they often have a trivia quiz where we an earn some BTC prize.
I don’t know what happened but I couldn’t find the chat room at this time. Usually we can find the icon at the bottom right corner.
There is no need to have any wallet address immediately but we will need one to accept payment from the supported programs. Some may allow us to use email address but currently not that many. We can still change this email address later.
After the registration, we will need to confirm by clicking on the link that they will send via email. Then, we can try to log in but it will generate a security code, via email again.
This is the main feature of a micro wallet like FaucetPay.io. We can find all of the supported programs and use them to earn money via the micro wallet.
Even though the title says FAUCET but there are other type of programs as well. There are not that many but the script or the platform is ready to have a list of PTC programs, Mining, Ad Network, etc.
To access this feature, we can click on the EARN menu and from the drop down click on FAUCET LIST. The next picture displays that page.
How does it work?
As we can see from the previous image, we will immediately see a list of programs. The default setting is we will see at first a list of faucet programs that pays with Bitcoin.
We can choose other tab for different cryptocurrencies, out of the current 7 accepted currencies, BTC, ETH, DOGE, LTC, BCH, DASH, DGB. Maybe more currencies will be added in the future.
At the end, there is a box that says FAUCET and if we click on it, it will display different categories for type of programs to filter the list. We can find GAME, GAMBLING, PTC and OFFERS, PTP, AD-NETWORK, SERVICE, APP and MINING.
Then the next part is the list of programs. The first couple of rows has a SPONSORED label. These are for non owner to advertise and promote any programs. More about this later.
After the ads, we can find the actual list. Each programs on the list has the name, total paid amount of the week and the day, total number of user per day, Upvote, Healths, Review and Link button. The list is sorted by the total paid amount of the week.
Total Paid Amount (Weekly or Daily) means the amount of money they send via the micro wallet. Some programs can pay instantly but on others, we need to submit the withdraw request manually before they process the payment automatically.
Total paid user of the day is self explanatory but it doesn’t really reflect the actual number of users. The upvote is if we use the REVIEW thumbs up button.
If we click on that button we will see a comment section for that specific program. We have to post some info about the program to either upvote or downvote.
The health is about the funds the programs have on FaucetPay.io account. For some instant simple faucet, where they will send the payment immediately after each claim, this data is very important.
If they have low health, we can’t claim anything until they have funds again. On the other hand, some other programs will process the payment manually within up to a couple of business days. We can worry less about the health with this kind of programs.
The last part is the VIEW or link blue button. This will take us to visit that programs. The page will only display about 100 programs at a time. We can scroll down to the bottom of the page and there will be link to another page and more list.
Advertise on Sponsored Listing
As mentioned before, the first few rows of the list are sponsored listings. Any members of FaucetPay.io can put a URL there without being a program owner.
As far as I know, it doesn’t even have to about a program supported by FaucetPay.io. It can be completely unrelated. However, I don’t think it as a bad idea if we promote the supported ones.
That means, we will advertise the same program as those on the actual list but we get higher spot. Even though FaucetPay.io clearly make it so people can tell the difference.
On the other hand, we can also be promoting the same program as the person from another sponsored listings. Unlike the actual list, these sponsored listings will display a title not specifically the program’s name. The button to the link has a red color instead of blue and there will be a label that says SPONSORED.
To advertise on this feature, we can click on the ADVERTISE menu and from the drop down, click on SPONSORED LISTING. The next picture is what we will see from that page.
It is recommended to check the existing result of other campaign before we make a purchase. As we can see from that advertising page, we will immediately see a form for our campaign.
First, we can choose which row we want our campaign to be displayed on, from those four rows. The price is the same, about $20 per week.
Then, we can enter the title, as mentioned earlier, it doesn’t necessarily have to be the program’s name. We can make it as interesting as we want but it will be limited to 48 characters.
Then, we can enter the URL of the program we are promoting and make sure we double check. After that we can choose which of the accepted cryptocurrencies we want to pay it with.
The last part is about the duration which will be an increment of a week up to 8 weeks. There is no option for 5 or 7 weeks. The system will then calculate the total cost we have to pay.
Just a reminder that if we click the final button, the purchase is not refundable and the payment will be processed instantly. There is also a warning that if we want to edit the campaign, we need to contact FaucetPay.io and they will do it manually.
So, we need to be sure. After that, we can solve the captcha and click on the red MAKE PAYMENT button to proceed.
I could be wrong about this because I haven’t used this feature. But it seems that we are not going to occupy that advertising row alone. The number at the end where we choose which row is an indicator of how many running campaign for that spot.
The limit is about 15 campaigns per spot. So, each time the page will load random campaign.
Getting Payment from Those Programs
Now that we know about all of the supported programs we can get paid from, the question is how do we get paid via FaucetPay.io? There are actually two ways but most programs usually only use one of them.
The simpler one would be to use our email address that we use to sign up with FaucetPay.io. We, then, enter our email address as the payment account on the supported programs and they will send the money using this method.
If the program use email address, we can get paid with any of the currencies, unlike if we use the traditional method, the wallet address. However, only a couple of programs that I know are using this method. FireFaucet.win is one of them.
The worst part is that usually the programs will only state, that they are supported by FaucetPay.io. They don’t specify which method and we need to use them first to find out.
We can still change the email address by going to the ACCOUNT SETTINGS. It is one of the drop down menu if we click on our username initial, at the top right corner of the website.
The second way is the traditional one, like on FaucetHub.io, their predecessor. As a user, we need to link the wallet address first to FaucetPay.io before we can use the wallet address to get paid from the supported programs.
Each cryptocurrency will have their own wallet address and only those address can accept the payment. To link a wallet address we can go to the DASHBOARD and click on LINKED ADDRESSES submenu.
Alternatively there is a link if we click on our initial at the top right corner of the website. One of the drop down menu will say LINKED ADDRESSES as well. The next picture is what we are going to see from that page.
We can enter the wallet address in the box under ADDRESS on that page. Then we can choose which cryptocurrency the address belongs to. After that we can click on the green LINK ADDRESS button at the end.
If we successfully added the wallet address, it will appear in the table at the bottom of the page. Only after this, we can use the wallet address to accept payment from the supported programs.
As we can see from the table, there are two buttons under manage column. The green one is to check any payment we get to that address and the red one is to remove the wallet address.
Just remember that if we remove it, no payment will be send to the linked wallet address again.
This linked address feature also serves as payment settings. When we try to withdraw the funds from FaucetPay.io to the wallet, the payment will be sent to the wallet that has the linked address.
So, make sure that the wallet is ours and we can access and control it. Otherwise we will lose the money.
Withdrawing will be discussed in later section of this article.
Comment and Suggestion
It is kind of hard not to compare this one with its predecessor, FaucetHub.io. This one is much more simpler while on FaucetHub.io, we can even have access to the owner’s profile.
From that profile, we can find out more info like other programs with the same owner. That is not the case here. I was hoping, at least, we can see the name or username of the owner.
As a user, if I know a good program and the owner has another one, I might choose that one over other programs. Here, we can only find out if on the program, the owner state or put a link to their sister sites.
If the owner use the same name for their multiple different programs, maybe just offering different currency, we can easily notice that from the list. Just another thing to bare in mind for the owner.
One thing that I hope FaucetPay.io can add is the SEARCH button. Sure, we can just use the search feature from the browser but if like the Bitcoin with 3 pages of programs or more, it is kind of hard to find.
Another different thing with FaucetHub.io is that there is no PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP which will hide some of the programs from the list. I don’t know if FaucetPay.io is planning to add that.
Not that it was a good feature for the user anyway but it could be something to generate revenue for FaucetPay.io. At least, if we can access the complete list, we don’t have to worry about some scams claiming to use FaucetPay.io like what happened on FaucetHub.io before.
The category is not exactly about the main feature of a program. Rather it is about the feature that the program is offering. Which means, any program can be in all of those categories. I suspect this is also decided by the owner. So, if the owner doesn’t care and just put everything, that category becomes pointless.
I think the same goes for the currency type. It doesn’t reflect the program’s main currency but more about what they are offering. Which is why we can see like a program that has Dogecoin on his name but not just on list for Dogecoin.
I don’t know how exactly other people search for a program from this list. So far, I used only programs from FaucetHub.io or that I already know about. Another way is if the program that I already try promote, or put a link for the others. Or, if somebody advertise the program and I think the script or interface is unique, different than what I already tried.
I did try to look from the list and it is hard because eventually I have to check them one by one. Maybe I can try from the top of the list but how they sort it can change.
I don’t know why but most of these owners are just putting the name of their programs while they can add more to distinguish themselves. Usually I tend not to use the same program with the common script anybody can buy and use. Yet, we really can’t tell unless we access the page.
With that in mind, I think the sponsored listings has some advantage. They can create longer and more interesting title but the price is rather high. Not really sure if it is worth it. It is probably more for the owners.
As mentioned before, some of the displayed data doesn’t necessarily reflect how good the programs are. They will change from time to time, at least for the paid number. The number of user might be but the number is a daily basis.
The thing that will not change is probably the voting. Not sure if we can downvote later if somehow they become problematic but I suspect most of the user will not bother to do that and just move on.
I don’t actually remember this on FaucetHub.io but the comment section is probably a good additional feature on FaucetPay.io. FaucetHub.io did have forums and the owner can start a thread there for their program.
The comment section can be a good way for owners to make an announcement or engage with the user.
So, there is definitely a room to improve about this FAUCET LIST. But I would rather have FaucetPay.io improve their overall platform instead of just focusing on this part.
List of Supported Programs
Here is the list of every programs that are supported by FaucetPay.io payment system that I have tried so far. This is just a small portion and there are hundreds more of them.
These are not necessarily the best. Please check the link to my review for each program to find out how good they are.
I don’t think I will ever use or even try everything but I will probably keep adding more. As anybody would know that some of them use the same script and probably offer almost the same thing.
Usually I will try something that is unique and different but it will take time to try and write a review for each of them.
I don’t use the way FaucetPay.io categorize these programs. Most of them are cryptocurrency faucet and they probably offer other earning features.
I also don’t separate them based on different cryptocurrencies that these programs are offering. We can easily exchange any of the accepted coins on FaucetPay.io so for me, it really doesn’t matter.
Still, I do put them into different categories based on how good they are. Some can offer a long term passive income while the other are good just to actively earn. And of course, there are going to be something in between those two.
Long Term Passive Income
The first category is for those that can become a long term passive income source. Usually they will require a registration process with our email address instead of just wallet address linked to the micro wallet.
By having an account, that means the programs are actually keeping some data about their members. Any member can easily go back and access the same account. If we do get referral, they are tied to us as the referrer which can then generate commission.
Usually they have rooms for more than just one earning option like faucet. At least, they can add more later. More earning options mean higher earning rate.
If the programs offer multi coins, we can get everything with just one account. On the other hand, those with wallet address require different wallet for different cryptocurrencies.
These programs actually don’t need the micro wallet. They can send the payment directly and the micro wallet is just an alternative, or easier way for the user to withdraw.
If somehow FaucetPay.io has decided to stop their business like what happened to FaucetHub.io, these programs can keep operating. They can add another micro wallet as replacement later or just keep going without any.
With all of that in mind, I consider these programs as the ones that have the potential to become a long term passive income. It is not a guarantee that they will become the best but they have a better chance. Here are those.
AdBTC.top (PTC, BTC)
MonitoCoin.com (Faucet, 6 hours, BTC)
FireFaucet.win (Faucet, 30 minutes, Multi Coins)
A-Ads.com (Ad Network, BTC)
BitsFree.net (Faucet, 30 minutes, BTC) different owner now
Lolifuu.com (Faucet, no timer, Multi Coins)
ES Faucet (Faucet, 30 minutes, Multi Coins)
Yannik.biz (Faucet, 10 minutes, Multi Coins)
Doge.ninja (Faucet, 1 hour, DOGE)
AltHub.club (Faucet, 30 minutes, Multi Coins)
BitEarn.io (Faucet, 30 minutes, BTC)
FaucetCrypto.com (Faucet, 40 minutes, BTC)
DogeMate.com (Faucet, 1 hour, Multi Coins)
BonusBitcoin.co (Faucet, 15 minutes, Bitcoin, via CoinPot.co)
MoonBit.co.in and group (Faucet, 5 minutes, BTC, via CoinPot.co)
CRINF.net (Faucet, 5 minutes, Multi Coins)
3BTC.org (Faucet, 60 minutes, Multi Coins)
SimpleBits.io (Faucet, 40 minutes, BTC) no longer supported
LitecoinAds.com (PTC, Multi Coins)
Instant Simple Programs
This second category is the opposite of the first one. There is no registration process for these programs. We just need to link the wallet address to FaucetPay.io and use it to claim the faucet from those programs.
Right after each claim, we will get the payment instantly on our FaucetPay.io account. So, their website is like just sending an order or command to the FaucetPay.io to transfer the money.
There is no other things we can do on these programs aside from claiming the faucet. The website itself may have other page like blog post, contact info, etc, but rarely they will be able to add more earning options. Even if they do, it’s more likely just to boost the earning rate for their faucet.
These program doesn’t store any data. It really doesn’t matter which wallet address we use to get paid. That is also mean that if we do get referral, they may not be our referral for very long.
Either the referral can change the wallet address or simply doesn’t use our link to access the program. When that happens, we will no longer get any commission and we have to promote again, get more referrals. Not really good for long term passive income.
These programs also have to rely on the micro wallet. We won’t be able to use them if the micro wallet runs into problem. And if the micro wallet stop the service like FaucetHub.io, they have to find another micro wallet.
If the micro wallet use different system like ExpressCrypto.io, we need to change our campaign for these programs. They will use different referral link.
On the other hand, usually these programs are better to earn. Higher earning rate and can be very simple and easy to use. At least, I will look for the easier one first.
Here are just a few that I have tried. I will tend to look from the first category but sometimes I can find a unique one from these.
DigiTask.ru (Faucet, no timer, DOGE)
DogExpress.xyz (Faucet, 10 minutes, DOGE)
Fautsy.com (Faucet, 5 minutes, BTC)
HerzCoin.tk (Faucet, 10 minutes, DOGE)
ClaimFreeCoins.io (Faucet, 5 minutes, Multi Coins)
FaucetPay.club (Faucet, 5 – 10 minutes, Multi Coins)
ClaimClicks.com (Faucet, 5 minutes, Multi Coins)
PaidToMoney.com (Faucet, 2 minutes, LTC)
DOGE-Faucet.com (Faucet, 60 minutes, DOGE)
These are programs that are in between the two categories. They are not necessarily fit the second one but not really good enough as the first category.
They still use wallet address but we can actually sign in and they keep some data. We can have referrals that are tied to our wallet address.
The payment is not processed automatically. We need to submit withdraw request before they process it. That means we can still use the programs even though the micro wallet has some issues.
They are almost like the first category but the wallet address is the deal breaker. Anybody can easily change it and therefore they don’t work for the long term.
Another thing is if the program offer multiple currencies, we still have to use different wallet address for each coin. There are not that many programs that fit this category though.
It is possible that these programs can improve their platforms and eventually fit the first category. Until then, I will put them here.
There are several more programs that I haven’t written a review about but they are currently paying. Check this article for the latest update.
Offerwalls is the next earning feature we can use on FaucetPay.io. From offerwalls, we can find several different tasks and if we complete them, we will get paid.
The task can be anything from doing survey, install and reviewing mobile apps, watching videos, or even viewing ads like PTC. It really depends on the offerwalls or offer providers.
These providers are 3rd party programs and FaucetPay.io only acts as the host here. That means, the task and how we can get paid are different from one provider to another. The host has no control over them.
If we succeeded, the providers will pay the host and the host will pay us as the user. So, it can take a while before we get the payment after we have finished the job.
The idea of these offerwalls is that usually any programs will have their own internal currency that only works within the program’s platform and nowhere else. By working with the host, these outside programs can offer payment using the same currency as the host.
This way any user of the host has additional earning option. It can increase the earning rate and eventually help reach the minimum amount to withdraw.
Some of the tasks can be very difficult and complicated to complete but very rewarding. The others can be very simple and fast but with lower reward.
How does it work?
To access this feature, we can click on the EARN menu and from the drop down, click on the second one that says OFFERWALLS. The previous picture is what we are going to see.
As we can see that right below the main row of menu, there is another row on that page with several tabs. These tabs display the name of each provider, except for the last one that says FAQ & History. We can click the last one to find out further explanation about this feature.
Right after that there is a conversion rate that says 400 USDP = 1 USD. USDP is the internal currency for FaucetPay.io offerwalls. This is what we will earn from the offerwalls and will be immediately converted into Bitcoin and added to our FaucetPay.io Bitcoin balance.
Right below that there is a room that serves as a browser. So, if we click any of the providers, we can get the browser part will load the page of that providers. From my example above it displays the one from ayeT-Studios.
As we can see from the loaded page, there is a list of tasks. First, there is going to be the title of the task and right below that a small description of what we need to do to earn the money. At the other end of each task is the reward we will get from completing the task, in the blue box.
Again, this is specifically for the ayeT-Studios only, how they display their tasks. The other may have slightly different way but the general idea is more or less the same.
Just as an example, the top most task from ayeT-Studios is an installation task for ANDROID phone. Based on the description, we need to install LORDS MOBILE game to our Android phone and attack a LEVEL 2 MONSTER.
There is an additional requirement that says this task is for new user only. If we already have an account for that game, we can’t participate using that account. Also, we need to install the app by using the provided links from that page.
We can’t just go straight to Google Play Store and install from there directly. By using the provided link, the task giver will know which will be our accounts. If we don’t use their link, they will not pay us.
At the end, the offerwalls or the task giver will do a manual confirmation to check if our work can be considered as legit. If they do, then we will get that 126 USDP or about 0.315 USD. If we convert that amount to BTC, at this time rate, we will get about 3,400 satoshi.
As mentioned before, some tasks may have a manual confirmation which will take a while after we finish the job and before we get the payment. There is a chance that they may not consider it as completed and we will not get paid.
We can check out the payment from the HISTORY tab. After one task, we can move on and try to complete the other remaining one. Most of these task are just a one time only. We probably will not see or be able to complete the same task again.
Since these providers are 3rd party programs, FaucetPay.io as the host can always add more or take them off the list.
Comment and Suggestion
The range of rewards starts from less than 1 USDP and up to several hundreds USDP per task. That means we can get about 1 USD per task or about 10,000 satoshi of Bitcoin at the current rate.
To be honest, I’m not a fan of Offerwalls at all. Even if they offer something big, it doesn’t mean anybody can access it. There will be some requirements the user need to have to access the task.
The reason is because these task givers are not just running a giveaway or just freely share their money. They are offering the task and hopefully they can get something back by paying.
If then the task is about survey, they will want the right correspondent that will give relevant data. It is not something anybody can participate. Which is why most of them are strictly based on the user geographic location.
People who live in US or Europe have better chance than the others. Even there is a survey task with my native language, it doesn’t necesarrily mean I can participate either.
So, the task can be very complicated and take a lot of time to complete and suddenly we are not eligible to earn anything. If that happens, we are just wasting our time. That is the common issue with offerwalls.
The same goes if the task is about watching videos. The video itself is probably universal but the ad that will generate the revenue is probably not. They are not going to pay if they don’t generate any revenue.
Usually those two types offer the highest reward among other types. I understand that some people who are lucky enough can generate very high reward from this feature but sadly not for everybody.
Usually the universal one is the paid to click type of task. Anybody can access it, very easy but low reward. From the available providers, I don’t see one that offers this task.
Probably because the host has their own PTC. It is true that we will probably get higher reward if we use the PTC from the host. More about this later.
Because these providers are 3rd party programs, if they didn’t pay, we can’t complain to FaucetPay.io, as the host. We need to do that directly to the providers which will not always have a good return.
In general, the best advice would be to give it a try. If the task or the providers work for us, we should stick with it. Otherwise, we should just forget about them and move on, try the other one.
I think offerwalls is one of the revenue source for the host. So, if we can access the task and want to support FaucetPay.io, maybe we should do it.
Otherwise, I suggest just consider this as secondary earning options. We can always earn on other programs with relatively easier way.
It is just to help us reach the minimum to withdraw faster. From what I know, the minimum on FaucetPay.io is already low enough that we don’t need these features.
Paid to Click
Paid to click is the other earning feature on FaucetPay.io. From a paid to click program, anybody can earn money just by clicking and viewing some ads.
Usually we will need to view the ads for a period of time from 5 seconds up to several minutes. Some may require more which we need to solve a captcha or such.
Basically, paid to click or PTC is an advertising feature. Any user can advertise, promote some programs here. To get people to view the ads, the system kind of offer some payment.
The advertiser pays the system and the system will share some of the payment to the viewer. In this case, the system is FaucetPay.io and we, as the user can either become the advertiser or earner / viewer of the ads.
This part will only discuss about the way to earn and advertise using this PTC feature. There are other ways to advertise on FaucetPay.io.
How to Earn
To access this feature, we can just click on the EARN menu, and from the drop down, click on the third one that says PAID TO CLICK. The previous picture displays what we are going to see from that page.
As we can see, there will be three columns of boxes. These boxes are the ads that we can visit and earn money from. Each box has the short description for the ad, the reward we can get and the timer of how long we need to view.
To earn, we just need to click the blue button that says VISIT ADS FOR # SATOSHI. The next picture displays what we are going to see from this process.
As we can see this page will load the ad and it is a two part framed window. At the top part there will be a countdown timer. We will need to stay focus on that window or tab until the timer is done, use the time to explore the ads.
After that, a captcha system will appear, as shown by the second picture below. We just need to solve it, get the green check mark and click on the GET CREDIT button to proceed.
It will open another browser tab to load the ads completely while the first tab will return to the host or FaucetPay.io. We can see from the third picture below, the page will display the result or reward that we just get from visiting that ad.
The reward will go straight to our Bitcoin balance. That is actually it with the earning process of FaucetPay.io PTC feature. We can repeat the process with the remaining available ads to earn more.
The same ads can be visited again the next day, assuming the advertiser still have some viewing credit for the ads. Otherwise, we will not see it again until the advertiser pays again for the same campaign.
Currently there are about 20 ads we can visit and earn from.
How to Advertise
As previously mentioned, that as the member of FaucetPay.io, we can also be the one to advertise on the PTC feature. Other user can view the ads and they can get paid while at the same time, they might become our referrals for the program we are promoting.
To advertise we can click on the ADVERTISE menu from the main row. Specifically for the PTC feature, we can click on the PAID TO CLICK or the second menu from the drop down. The next picture displays what we are going to see from that page.
As we can see from that page, we will immediately see the form to fill about our campaign. First, we can enter the URL of the programs we want to promote and then a bit of description. It is recommended to refer the PAID TO CLICK page to see what the result will look like.
Then, we need to decide how many clicks or viewing credits we want to purchase for this campaign. I’m not sure but I guess the minimum is 1,000 clicks.
If there are 1,000 other members who use the paid to click feature to earn and click on our campaign, that viewing credits will be depleted in a day. That could also mean, if there are only 10 members daily who view our campaign each day, the campaign will be available to view for the next 100 days.
We also need to understand that these viewing credits or clicks are tied to this campaign and the program we are promoting. There is no way to transfer the credits between multiple different campaigns. Just a reminder before we make that purchase.
The CPC or cost per click is 6 satoshi of Bitcoin. That means, we need to pay at least 6,000 satoshi for 1,000 clicks.
Also, that is for the standard offer which the viewers has to view for 7 seconds before they get paid. If we are willing to pay higher, we can have longer viewing time. Here are the details of what they are offering.
7 seconds: 6 satoshi per click (the base or +0 satoshi)
15 seconds: 9 satoshi per click (+3 satoshi)
30 seconds: 11 satoshi per click (+5 satoshi)
45 seconds: 13 satoshi per click (+7 satoshi)
60 seconds: 15 satoshi per click (+9 satoshi)
90 seconds: 18 satoshi per click (+12 satoshi)
120 seconds: 21 satoshi per click (+15 satoshi)
240 seconds: 26 satoshi per click (+20 satoshi)
We can choose which settings to purchase from the drop down menu under DURATION. The system will then calculate the total amount we have to pay.
Currently we can only pay with Bitcoin. So, if we only have funds with other currency, we might want to use their exchanger feature first. See how to do it in the corresponding section.
After we are ready with our order, we can solve the captcha from Google, and click the red MAKE PAYMENT button. As the page says, any purchase for this feature is not refundable and will be live immediately the moment we click that red button.
Currently there is no way to manage the campaign afterwards by ourselves. FaucetPay.io is open to help with modifying the settings but we need to contact their support. We can probably use the CHAT ROOM from the bottom right corner of the website.
Comment and Suggestion
For earners, this is not a bad PTC feature but certainly not the best one. The reward is not that big per click but maybe not the lowest either.
I think the main problem would be that we need to solve captcha only from Google for every ad that we view. This can be problematic and very difficult to solve at the peak time.
The more we solve the captcha within the same time period, the more likely Google will consider us as a bot. This could also hurt when we try to solve Google’s captcha on another programs like other faucet, etc. BTCClicks.com can use alternate captcha system for their PTC.
Usually, the best advice would be to just click on the ads with higher rewards because we still need to solve the same number of captcha. For me, I would rather spend the time to claim from other faucet programs than this.
We can solve the same captcha and earn more and no need to wait for the timer. At this time, the least we can get from the PTC is 3 satoshi for solving 1 captcha and wait for 7 seconds. There are a lot of faucet programs where we can earn almost 10 times of that amount.
Considering that FaucetPay.io is in fact a micro wallet where we can find a lot of faucet programs, I don’t see any reason to earn from this. Of course, on other programs, there is a chance that we need to deal with other issue like pop up ads.
But at the same time, they might not be using captcha from Google but instead Solve Media which is much easier. So, I would suggest, we look for other alternatives with better and easier claiming process. With the same amount of time we spend, we can earn more.
There are probably other better PTC offer, especially from a dedicated PTC program, not just an optional earning feature. AdBTC.top is probably one of them, easier to claim and higher reward.
Usually if a PTC is bad for the earner that could mean a good one for advertisers. But considering the fact that this is still just a secondary feature, this may not be the best for advertiser as well.
On other programs, we can still modify our campaign by ourselves with the MANAGE AD page. We can also activate or pause the campaign and reserve the remaining credits.
FaucetPay.io can add this later but that means, we should probably wait or choose other programs to advertise. The way they force viewer to stay focus on the page or the countdown will not continue is a nice one. Advertiser should take advantage of that.
The viewing page is also a framed one which means some programs may not be able to load. We have to make sure before we make that purchase or our campaign will be a white blank page. Unfortunately, FaucetPay.io doesn’t have a way to preview.
I think regarding the way the host use framed windows, Cointiply.com is probably a better choice to advertise. The framed window and the timer is not on the ads but the host.
Usually other program may also have some screening and requirements by the host as what may or may not be advertised. I don’t know if we are allowed to advertise like adult related content or such here, not that I recommend that. It is kind of weird that FaucetPay.io only warns the viewers about ponzi scheme investment program but not other dangerous ads.
In general I don’t really recommend advertising on any PTC program. One of the reason is because the audience is very limited. The best program to promote would be something related to online earning program, cryptocurrencies, etc.
There is no targeting system here, so, we can only promote online program and with English at best, not something local and physical product. Other better PTC program may have these but then the mind set of the viewers is probably not about spending money. They are not here to purchase but to earn.
I don’t say it is a waste of money to advertise here. A lot of people have successfully get hundreds of referrals. I only say that we need to understand the circumstances and promote only the right program.
Here we can start with 1,000 views. Other programs can offer higher or lower than this. Some can even start with just 1 click, not that it will be a good idea.
PTC is not the only platform to advertise. There is also an ad network which our ads will be displayed on broader channels or websites. A-Ads.com is just one of them.
There are even ways to advertise with relatively cheaper or even free. But we might be more actively doing the promotion like via social media accounts, forums etc. It will be better if we have our own website.
So, for whoever interested in advertising, PTC is not the only option and PTC from FaucetPay.io is probably not the best one either.
This one is the gambling feature on FaucetPay.io. Just because they offer to multiply our money it doesn’t mean we are going to get it. That will only happen if we are lucky enough. Provably fair doesn’t mean we will have better chance to win.
We first, need to make a deposit using our Bitcoin funds which we can spend on multiple bets. Each time, the system will generate a 4 digit number and we just need to guess whether the number is going to be higher or lower than 5,000.
If we guess it right, we can get profit but otherwise, we will lose the money. I’m not going to discuss about this any further. This is not a unique feature. Some other faucet programs also offer almost the same thing.
Maybe there will be somebody who try to convince us that there is a way not to lose money here. I have to say, it is a waste of time trying to look for it and try it.
I’m amazed by the number of people using this feature. We can find out by activating the LIVE BET and look for the RECENT BET tab on that page.
We can also see from the second picture below. From just that one screenshot, we can see that more often than not people will lose their money here.
I don’t recommend it. So, if anybody still wants to do it, do it at your own risk. Just do not say that this program is a scam because we foolishly waste our money here.
There are better ways to spend the money. Check out this article for more programs to spend money on.
Binary Trading is the first menu under the TRADE section on FaucetPay.io. I’m not an expert on this but basically it is like a simplified version of forex feature. Instead of trading between fiat money, this one is between Bitcoin and USDT.
Unlike forex where we decide to buy or sell the money, binary trading only predict whether the price will go higher or lower within certain period of time. We only choose one of those two options, which is usually referred as binary options.
The other part of this feature is another betting feature. We make a deposit and if we choose the right option, going up or down, we will win more money. We will get 80% profit from the amount we bet, start from 10 satoshi up to 0.02 BTC.
Otherwise, we will lose the money. From me as a non expert about this, I can’t really recommend anybody to use this feature.
If investment is the one we are looking for, there are a lot of other programs where we can earn passive income. We just need to make a deposit and it will grow itself.
I understand that there are some people who can make money from this but otherwise, we are just gambling our money. We will more likely to lose than win using this feature.
FaucetPay.io even runs a weekly contest and whoever trade the highest amount will get reward up to 300 USD + reward point. So, if anybody still wants to use this feature, do it at your own risk. Only spend the money we can afford to lose.
Exchange (Coin Swap)
FaucetPay.io also has an exchanger feature so any member can trade their coins from one of the accepted currency to another. We can trade any of those coins directly, unlike on FaucetHub.io before where we need to trade altcoins into Bitcoin first, then buy the other altcoin.
I’m not quite sure but there is no further explanation about the requirement for swapping. There will be fees but no minimum aside from just at least we get 150 satoshi of the currency we want to get.
To access this feature, we can click on TRADE menu and from the drop down click on COIN SWAP (EXCHANGE). The next picture displays what we are going to see from that page.
How does it work?
First, we can choose the currency we want to SELL under the CONVERT FROM section. Right below that, we can enter the amount of that currency we want to exchange.
The system will generate the available amount we have for that coin. We can also use the MAX button if we want to convert all of funds for that currency.
Next, we can choose the currency we want to BUY under the CONVERT TO section. The system will automatically display the result amount that we will get from that trade.
If we are sure with our order, we can click on the MAKE EXCHANGE button to proceed. As the page says, it will be processed in the blink of an eye.
There will be a green announcement that says YOUR TRADE HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL! PLEASE CHECK YOUR ACCOUNT BALANCE NOW. We can scroll down on that page and we can find there the history of our completed trade. The next picture displays the result.
The second picture below is what we are going to see if we trade less than the minimum. We need at least to get 150 satoshi returned in the target currency or it will not be processed.
That means, it is easier to trade from currency with higher price to a lower one instead of the other way around. The result already includes the fee. We can check by swapping the amount, the result and the pairing and we will find different result.
For example, at this time, if I try to trade 0.001 BTC, I will get 0.04088885 ETH. However if I swap the pairing and trade 0.04088885 ETH, I will get 0.00090436 BTC. That means, the fee is about 10%.
That is it with the exchange feature.
Comment and Suggestion
I’m not saying they will but it is reasonable to expect that FaucetPay.io may accepts more cryptocurrencies in the future. We can already make deposit using the accepted coins and this will become a good alternative for exchangers.
I don’t know why but it seems a lot of people tend to choose only faucet programs that pay with what they are collecting. The reality is, sometimes we can have easier claiming process by using faucet with other coins.
After that, we can easily trade on FaucetPay.io. This feature is much easier than the one from FaucetHub.io before. Here, we don’t actually need to wait for a buyer which usually can take several days for less popular coins, assuming there is a buyer.
This is also better than ExpressCrypto.io because on EC, the minimum is always 500 satoshi of Bitcoin, regardless of the pairing.
Since, we are trading directly with FaucetPay.io instead of other members, we can get paid immediately. However, this can open for an issue to FaucetPay.io. They might run out of funds, even probably just from the specific coins.
Which means, they will not just add any altcoins to their system. The coin must be a popular one which they can and need to find out by having a poll.
A lot of programs that accepted a lot of currencies at first, ended up removing them one by one because nobody is actually using those coins.
Based on their announcement on Twitter, they are currently working on for fiat currency withdrawal. We can get paid via Paypal, Payeer, Visa and many more to come.
However, the minimum will be very high, which is about $10 or like 100,000 satoshi of Bitcoin at this time. There is not enough info about this like can we convert multiple different coins at the same time to get the fiat currency? Or we can only trade from Bitcoin?
I really can’t say much at this point but we might use this exchanger features a lot. Other people who don’t care about cryptocurrency faucet programs can also take advantage for this.
If FaucetPay.io can really pull it off, this can be better than any of the trading or exchanger platforms like Crex24.com. The minimum on FaucetPay.io is very low to trade compared to those platforms. Usually we need like 1 coin of that currency to start trading for those with lower price.
Even if FaucetPay.io may not accept that many coins. For me, the best part will be to trade to fiat money. Maybe it’s a bit unfortunate that they are not planning to accept any fiat deposit.
Referral / Affiliate Program
There is still a way to earn money passively on FaucetPay.io. We don’t need to use any of the supported programs or from the earning features.
By offering an affiliate or referral commission, FaucetPay.io can become a long term passive income source. What we need to do to earn this commission is just to invite other people to join the program and let them use the service.
In this case, the program is FaucetPay.io, and the service are either the PTC, Offerwalls, where we can earn or spend money like Trade, Exchange and Multiplier. As the referrer, we will get some percentage of the referral’s earning and spending on any of these.
It is true we will get very little, lower than what we can get for using ourselves actively. However, that is just from one use of one referral, which we can have as many referrals as we want.
The more referrals we have and the more they use these services, will increase the commission we get. Moreover, we will get it passively, keep generating income while we are asleep.
In theory, with unlimited number of referrals, we can have unlimited passive income.
How does it work?
Like on any online program offering an affiliate or referral commission, each member will get a unique link with their ID attached to it. It is called a referral link or reflink and this next one is mine for FaucetPay.io.
If anybody click on that link and join the program, they will become my referral. And if they use any of the services, I will get some commission from their earning or spending. Here are the details.
Binary Trading: 0.05% of referral’s trade
Multiply BTC: 0.5% of referral’s bet
Exchange: 50% of the amount that referral exchanges
Offerwalls: 25% of referral’s earning from completing offer
PTC: 50% of referral’s earning from viewing ads on PTC feature
What we need to do is to share the link to anybody on any online platform that we regularly use. The platform can be our social media accounts, forums, group messengers for family or friends, or even blog and website that we own.
Anywhere we can post the link and the public can access them will do. Even like Google Docs. We can find the link by clicking on the AFFILIATE menu at the top.
On that page, scroll down and look for WHERE’S MY REFERRAL LINK? section. We just need to click on the link and it will automatically copy.
Right after that, there is a link to a dropbox account where we can find some promotional animated banners. Here is the link. Unfortunately they are not HTML ready but we need to link to those files.
Other than that, there is no detail info about each referrals. We can only find out the total number of referrals and their earnings.
If we access the OFFERWALLS page, under the FAQ AND HISTORY section, we can actually find out which task has been completed by our referrals. The second picture below is what we are going to see from that page.
At the bottom, there is a current round for referral contest that runs for 2 weeks. The contest is not about getting as many referrals as we can but based on the commission we can get from the referrals. We can have just a few active ones and win the contest.
At the end of the contest, they are going to select 10 account with the highest commission in that period to earn up to 150 USD worth of Bitcoin.
How to get (more) referrals?
Well, sharing the link is a must but how exactly? Sharing to the wrong people is like a salesman approaching stranger. People hate that.
If we try to share on our social media, people might get annoyed if they are not interested. Especially if we are spamming, sharing over and over again like multiple times within a day.
We could lose our followers, risking any network we have built. Maybe it’s better to have alternate account specifically just to share this kind of program.
We look for community or other users that we know are interested. Or only when they ask, then we can share with them the link.
A better way might be to share on forums. Not just any forum of course, but related to online money making program, bitcoin or cryptocurrencies.
The problem with using any free platform like this is that we are probably not the only one who promote the same program. We have to offer something more than just the referral link like anybody else.
Another thing is that these free platforms have rules that they can suddenly change about promotion and not to mention, shutting down their service entirely. We have to start over our campaign if they delete them.
A better way would be to have our own website. We can share anything not just one program but others with the same, similar or related topics.
Having a website is like having a shop in real life. People can always come back to and find out more programs to use.
Then we can use those free platforms, forum or social media accounts just for promotion. A good way to get backlink or generate traffic.
Since it’s an online shop, it will stay open 24/7, no need to wait for us to wake up and can be accessed from everywhere around the world. The best part of having our own place or website is that any search engine like Google will do the promotion work non stop.
And they will show the website as a result to exactly people who are interested in it. They use the search engine to look for it and get the website we build as the result. No need to worry about being annoying salesman.
Those people will access the website, see what we have to offer. Maybe a review like this, other or similar program we use, sharing experience, opinion, views to let people know that we understand this kind of program.
If they are interested, they will become our referrals for any program we promote. Once we have enough referrals for FaucetPay.io or every programs we promote, we can have passive income even full time income.
That is exactly how people can build their business online. They own a website, fill the website with contents that can help promote a program, and let it work automatically.
If you are interested to know more about how to build a website and turn it into an online business, keep reading. I will share with you later about a training program that anybody can use.
In the meantime, let’s head back to FaucetPay.io for a little bit.
Comment and Suggestion
First, FaucetPay.io offers to pay commission from various different features. It is understandable that they will not give the same rate for each features. Unfortunately, we will not get any commission from their main feature as a micro wallet.
That means, if the referral only use this platform to accept payments from other programs, we will not get anything as the referrer. Well, back then, FaucetHub.io also didn’t offer this, so it is very typical.
It is just a reminder for those who expect them. If we want to earn something from the supported programs, we have to promote those programs, alongside this micro wallet.
So, it is possible that the referral is ours for just the micro wallet but not the supported programs and vice versa. Either way has its own benefit and downside. Usually it comes down to whether any of those platforms can stay in business.
FaucetPay.io can always rely on new programs but like its predecessor, FaucetHub.io, they can suddenly stop offering the service. On the other hand, those programs has their own characteristics. For simple faucet programs, usually they rely heavily on the micro wallet.
If the micro wallet stops their service, those programs can still go on but deleting the entire database. Which means, our hard works for promoting and inviting other people to join will be lost and we will need to start over.
I suggest, we focus on promoting the supported programs but choose those that can become a long term passive income. Programs where we need to do some registration process with email address, not just sign in, claim and be done with it.
Fortunately, FaucetPay.io is one of the good example for a long term passive income. Because they require a registration process, the referrals are tied to the referrer.
The referral can still change their email address later but they can always come back to the same account and thus, regenerating commission for us as the referrer. So, we need to also promote the supported programs that have this quality.
I have to say that even if FaucetPay.io offers multiple different ways to earn this commission, the reality is, it is not going to generate that much income. First of all, we can’t really expect the referral to use the Multiplier game, which is essentially a gambling feature.
Maybe we can find some people that are willing to spend but that will be it. They will eventually become broke and stop playing and we will get no more commission. I think we can also say the same think about the binary trading.
Unless our referrals are actually an expert, most of the time, this will be another gambling. I think, a real expert will just use a dedicated program specifically for this binary trading.
Then, there are two earning options that the referral can use and generate commission for the referrer. Paid to click and Offerwalls. What I’m not sure about these features is that mostly the user will spend their time earning from these features on the supported programs.
Probably there is a faucet program that offers these features as well and they might as well earn from those programs. If the same user has done on those supported program they will not be able to complete the offerwalls again on FaucetPay.io.
As their referrer, we will only get commission if the referral complete the task on FaucetPay.io. The Paid to click feature has probably better chance because it is managed by FaucetPay.io themselves. But I still don’t think any user is willing to use it.
Even I prefer to try other supported faucet programs and earn from those. Or, from a dedicated PTC programs where PTC is the main feature. Those programs probably have better features and higher earning rate.
That leaves us with the last way for commission, which is via the exchanger feature. Usually, I would recommend anybody to just earn from any program regardless of the currency because we can always exchange them later.
So, if we do get a referral that is like me, as the referrer, we might get very good amount of coins as commission. Somehow, I’m not sure if that is going to be the case.
I think, people will tend to just use the programs that offers the same currency that they are collecting. One of the reason would be about avoiding paying the fee. That is understandable, not that it is a deal breaker.
Back then, on FaucetHub.io, the reason I exchanged coins was because of the high minimum to withdraw and the fee as well. That is not the case with FaucetPay.io and currently the supported coins are mostly the popular ones unlike FaucetHub.io before.
So, users can easily withdraw the funds with whatever coins they are collecting. But this is still the best chance to earn referral commission. Maybe we should promote FaucetPay.io to people who wants to have a faucet program. They will probably the one who use this features the most.
Another opportunity is to promote this program solely as exchanger. We take advantage of the deposit features and the low fees and withdrawal minimum. But still, it is going to be limited with the accepted currencies. Let’s just hope FaucetPay.io is going to keep adding more.
With that in mind, even though FaucetPay.io has the requirement to become a long term passive income source, I don’t think we can expect to earn much because of the way we get paid.
Unless FaucetPay.io is willing to change their policy about this, we might better off promoting the supported programs and get the referral’s there.
There is no share button but the one click copy button can be very helpful. However, it is recommended to keep double checking when we share the link. Missing just one character could mean losing a potential income source.
The promotional banners with different sizes are nice, especially for those who just want to use paid advertise platform like on PTC. Some people say that it is not recommended because those banners can be considered as ads, which everyone will hate.
The best way would be to use the referral link as part of the sentence or line because it has better conversion rate. If we still want to use any banner at all, I would suggest we just make our own design so it will be unique and only we can use it.
Currently we can still see some improvement to the platform. FaucetPay.io is still relatively new at this time and we can expect more features and hopefully more way to earn commission.
If that is the plan, FaucetPay.io can potentially become one of the best for long term passive income.
More Advertising Option
As previously mentioned, we can advertise on FaucetPay.io via either PTC feature or on the Faucet List page as part of the list. There is currently one more way to advertise and that is via BANNER ADVERTISING.
We can access this feature by clicking on the ADVERTISE main menu and from the drop down click the third one that says BANNER ADVERTISING.
As the name suggests, we need to have a promotional digital banner in order to advertise via this feature. FaucetPay.io only accepts two sizes which will determine the placement of the banner.
If we advertise with 728 x 90, the banner will be placed on the USER DASHBOARD page at the top. The other one is for the size 468 x 60 and it will be placed on the FAUCET LIST page in the middle of the list.
As we can see from the page, there is a form for the campaign again. We need to enter the URL and the banner file, either upload or use the URL for the banner. If we upload, the maximum size is 2 MB and either PNG, JPG or GIF format.
After that, there is a currency options, so we can pay with any of the accepted currencies. The page says that the cost is per click. I take it that it is not based on impressions.
The cost is about $5.00 per 100 clicks or at this time in Bitcoin, it is about 500,000 satoshi. I’m not sure if 100 is the minimum. The price is the same for both size and placement.
Like the other two advertising option, once we submit our campaign details, the money will be deducted immediately and it is not refundable. We also need to contact FaucetPay.io and they will edit our campaign manually.
So, make sure we double check, and after that, we can solve the captcha and click the red MAKE PAYMENT button to proceed. I think they will display the banner randomly alongside many other users’ campaign.
To be honest, I’m not really sure if this will be a good way to advertise as well. If 100 is the minimum, then the starting price is a bit high. Considering that they are based on clicks instead of just impressions, it is probably a reasonable price.
Even at this time, my dashboard doesn’t show any ad except promotion for this feature itself. The Faucet List page, does display something, which means other user prefer that one.
If anybody is still interested to advertise via this featuer, I recommend designing their own banner instead of using the program’s official banner. The problem with this feature is that we don’t actually know what the other advertiser will promote. We have to remember that we can’t freely edit and change the banner later.
If we use something different and unique, maybe that could attract other user better.
FaucetPay.io has a reward system that we can collect REWARD POINTS. We can use these points to boost our earning rate or we can easily just convert them into Bitcoin. If we convert the rate is 1 satoshi per 10 Reward Points or RP.
There are several ways we can earn this extra money and mostly by using every features on FaucetPay.io that has been discussed above. Here is the list.
Wagering 500 satoshi in Bitcoin (or equivalent in other currency): 10 RP
Invest $5.00 on Binary Trading: 10 RP
Earn 200 USDP from Offerwalls: 10 RP
Exchange $1 worth of coin: 10 RP
Earn $0.25 from FaucetPay.io referral commission: 10 RP
Advertise on Sponsored Listing or PTC ad: variable amount of RP
Logging in to account each day: up to 100 RP
We can find our RP from the dashboard. To find out more about this feature, click on the LEARN MORE button under the amount of RP. Alternatively if we click on our username’s initial at the top right corner, there is another link that says POWER UPS.
This will redirect us to the same page. The next two pictures display what we are going to see from that page.
At the bottom of that page, there is a form for redeeming the RP. As mentioned before, we can just convert into Bitcoin to which, we just need to click the button that says CONVERT RP TO BTC.
Alternatively we can spend it to boost the earning from the selected earning features, either Offerwalls, PTC, Referral Commission or to earn more RP. The next thing we need to do is to choose how much of boost we want to get for the next 24 hours. We can start with 10% up to 100% except for PTC where we can get 1,000%.
What it means is, that during 24 hours period after we redeem the points, any earning from the selected features will be added with the bonus amount. After we choose those two variables, the system will calculate the cost we need to pay with RP.
Here is the detail.
10% Bonus: 60,250 RP
25% Bonus: 120,500 RP
50% Bonus: 250,000 RP
100% Bonus: 500,000 RP
Paid to Click
10% Bonus: 128 RP
25% Bonus: 256 RP
50% Bonus: 620 RP
100% Bonus: 1,240 RP
500% Bonus: 6,200 RP
1,000% Bonus: 11,420 RP
10% Bonus: 6,250 RP
25% Bonus: 12,500 RP
50% Bonus: 25,000 RP
100% Bonus: 50,000 RP
10% Bonus: 4,000 RP
25% Bonus: 10,000 RP
50% Bonus: 20,000 RP
100% Bonus: 40,000 RP
If we are ready to make the purchase, we can click on the REDEEM POINTS button to proceed. It will be processed instantly and the bonus will take affect for the next 24 hours.
Comment and Suggestion
First of all, it is not that bad to just sign in and get the bonus RP each day. The page somehow implies that we will get random amount of RP between 1 to 100 RP. From my experience, if we log in consecutively, we can keep increasing the bonus.
I think we also need to actually access the dashboard not just sign in and only access the homepage of FaucetPay.io. When we enter the dashboard, that is when we get the notification of this RP for logging in.
If we can get 100 RP per day, that is like 10 satoshi per day. It is like a daily faucet, without the need to solve anything if we stay logging in from the same browser. Other faucet programs can offer even lower than that.
The question is now should we use it to boost the earning or just convert to BTC? Short answer, just convert to BTC.
I mean, let’s take a look with that 100% bonus from any of the features. That means we will get the same amount of bonus as what we earn from those features. For offerwalls, we have to pay 500,000 RP or equals to 50,000 satoshi.
If we can in fact earn 50,000 satoshi from just using offerwalls within 24 hours, that is still just covering the cost. It is the same as just convert the RP to BTC immediately.
The problem is that I don’t think we can easily get that amount. We have to understand that there is no guarantee we will have enough task from offerwalls or ads on PTC to reach that amount. They depends on the advertiser.
If there is not enough, we will be losing the money then. From PTC, currently we can only get 60 satoshi for viewing everything. If we boost to 100%, we need to pay 1,240 RP and only get another 60 satoshi. On the other hand, if we convert, we can get 124 satoshi, double the amount.
It may seem a good deal but it is not. However there is a reason for this.
If we want to convert to BTC, we need at least 1,000,000 RP.
Some people may not want to wait that long so for them, if they don’t redeem to boost, they are getting nothing. It is better to just get very low than nothing at all.
The question is which is the best way to boost? I can only say it depends on how we use FaucetPay.io features. Not everybody can access any task on offerwalls so, those people may have to try PTC probably.
Some people can have a lot of referrals which generate enough commission. For them, the referral is the one to go.
So, it really depends. If we use those features enough, we can easily tell how much we can get, make prediction and purchase the right boost. And make sure that we do have time to use those features in the next 24 hours since the redemption.
Direct Transfer is a feature on FaucetPay.io where we can send payment to another user directly if we know their username or email address. It is also a one way transfer, irreversible.
To access this feature, we can click on our username initial again at the top right corner and from the drop down, click on DIRECT TRANSFER. The next picture is what we are going to see from that page.
As we can see, there is a form we need to fill. We can send any coins as long as we have the funds. First, we can choose the currency and enter the amount we want to send.
Then we can enter the email address or the username that we want to send the payment to. The last thing is the code from authenthicator. We need to setup this first before using the feature.
Comment and Suggestion
I remember back then on FaucetHub.io, there is a way to send payment like this but via chat room. That feature was meant for giving a tip to specific account but eventually a lot of users use it to have transaction between members.
One of the reason they did it was because on FaucetHub.io, the exchange was like a trading. Sometimes we need to wait for other user to become the buyer or seller of the coin, if ever.
I think, we can also use it like that with this feature on FaucetPay.io. This makes FaucetPay.io is not just a micro wallet service but a payment method. We can do some transaction even if it has nothing to do with FaucetPay.io program.
Maybe like having a giveaway via social media and the reward will be sent via FaucetPay.io. The lucky winner just need to sign up an account and inform us their username or email address.
We can run a manual cryptocurrency faucet without a website at all, as long as we offer the accepted coins. Open for donation is another idea.
For those who want to share back to their referrals can use this feature as well. It’s like the one on FreeBitco.in but we need to do it manually. It will take a lot of work but they can probably become incentive for the referral to claim more.
So, there are a lot of potential of how we can use this feature. However, there is one problem with it, the same as what happened on FaucetHub.io before. We don’t really know who we are dealing with. This could be risky for both ends.
The main advantage of this feature is that we can transfer very small amount. That is something we can’t get from a trading platform. Even the minimum to withdraw is very low.
I don’t know if FaucetPay.io is planning to keep adding more currency. We can probably expect a few of the more popular ones. Maybe someday FaucetPay.io can become one of the best cryptocurrency platform to use.
We just need to wait and time will tell.
For Program Owner
Like on FaucetHub.io before, there are several features that are intended for any program owner. They call it as faucet but as we know, any kind of program can use it as well.
Since I don’t have any program, I really can’t talk much about it. It doesn’t hurt just to take a quick look of what we can get from FaucetPay.io. Who knows? There are a lot of people who started just like any user before they become an owner.
First, we have the FAUCET OWNER DASHBOARD. We can access this page by clicking on DASHBOARD main menu and from the drop down click the second menu. The first of next pictures displays what we are going to see.
What we can see from that page is just a form to first register the faucet. We can enter the faucet name and then the URL or domain.
The next one is the BALANCE ALLOCATION feature. We can access this feature from that dashboard page. The second picture below is what we will see.
From what I understand, for owner, they will have separate balance between earning from other program and the funds for their programs. This feature is to automate the process, no need to transfer the balance manually.
For people who want to have a faucet program, FaucetPay.io also offer some free scripts. We can download the script by clicking on API main menu and from the drop down click on FAUCET SCRIPTS.
There are two scripts at the moment, as shown by the third picture below. One is for the WordPress plugin, so if anybody have a website like mine here can run a cryptocurrency faucet. The second one is probably for the empty one, non WordPress.
I don’t know exactly but there is a chance we may have used some faucets that utilize these scripts. Those are scripts ready to be used immediately. For a developer who writes their own script for their website, there’s another way to incorporate FaucetPay.io API to their website.
We can access this info on the API DOCUMENTATION page, by clicking on API main menu and the first one from the drop down. The fourth picture is what we will see.
Those are mostly for the faucet type of programs. FaucetPay.io also offers an API for Merchants. So, people can use FaucetPay.io as just a payment processor like PayPal. Instead of fiat currency, we can accept or send payment with cryptocurrencies.
We can access the codes from the MERCHANT API page by clicking on our username initial and from the drop down, click on DEPOSIT API menu. The fifth image below displays that page.
The last one is the REPORT ABUSE feature. As a faucet owner we may be dealing with people trying to cheat the system to earn more money. This page will be the one to help the owner filter and block those users out from using our faucet again.
We can access this one by clicking on the HELP main menu and from the drop down click on REPORT ABUSE, second from the bottom. The sixth picture below displays that page.
Those are what I can find so far for anybody interested to become a faucet or program owner. I’m sure there are more we can find behind those features. Maybe someday if I have the chance to become one and try these, I will write a separate review.
Deposit and Withdraw
Since we are going to use a lot of features that involves payment, we need to understand how to deposit or withdraw the funds from and to FaucetPay.io.
Most people will become just users and probably will focus on withdrawing. But FaucetPay.io offers a lot of features that we might have to use the deposit one like the exchanger feature.
Practically, with the deposit feature, we can use our FaucetPay.io as a wallet. We can accept payments from any program who doesn’t use FaucetPay.io as micro wallet. It is not recommended but for emergency, this can become an alternative.
FaucetPay.io also has expressed their plan to add payment to fiat currency like USD or EUR. So, for people who want to exchange their cryptocurrency to fiat immediately, this can be the way later.
There will be fees to withdraw but currently no fee for deposits. Always check their FEES page from the HELP menu. The next picture could be outdated by the time anybody read this article.
How to make Deposit
To make a deposit, we can first find the deposit address for each coins by clicking on our initial again and click the second menu that says DEPOSIT. The next picture is what we will find. Alternatively, we can access the USER DASHBOARD and from the second row of menu click on DEPOSIT.
As we can see that each cryptocurrency will have their own wallet address and these addresses shown by the picture is unique to me. Anybody send a money to that address and I will be the one to get the money. So, make sure that it is the deposit address for our own FaucetPay.io account or we could be losing the money.
By clicking on the address it will automatically copy the address. It will say COPIED! if we do it correctly. Still, always double check before hitting the send button. So far, I don’t see any further information regarding the minimum.
As for the ETHEREUM, the page says that we need to deposit via MetaMask. I haven’t used this but from what I know, it is either a mobile app for Android or IOS, or it is an extension for Chrome.
We need to add this extension first before we can find out the address. MetaMask also serves as a wallet for ETH so we will need to transfer again to our wallet from the MetaMask. It is meant to add another layer of security before making transaction.
So, to make a deposit, we just use these deposit address as the destination of the wallet address when we withdraw or send the money from other platform. There might be no minimum and fees from FaucetPay.io but the platform where we will send the money form may have their own requirement.
How to Withdraw
To withdraw, we can click on the WITHDRAW from the User Dashboard. Alternatively, we can click our initial again and click on WITHDRAWAL. The next picture displays what we will see from that page.
Basically, we need to submit a withdraw request. Depending on the type, we can wait for 5 minutes up to 4 hours before the payment will be processed. As just a common user, I don’t see the need to use the Priority Withdrawal where we can get paid within 5 minutes.
Maybe if we want to pay someone or some other programs from FaucetPay.io immediately, this can be very handy. However, the fee is very high, can go almost 20 times compared to the Normal Withdraw. Always check again the fees page before hitting the withdraw button.
We can first choose the currency we want to get paid with and then choose one of the linked address where we want the payment to be sent. Read the GETTING PAYMENT subsection from the FAUCET LIST section of this article to link an address.
After that we can enter the amount to withdraw or click the ALL button. The system will generate the total we will get after the fee. They will take the fee from the withdrawal amount, not the remaining balance.
Then, we can click on the PLACE WITHDRAWAL button. Make sure we click the right part or we will be paying higher fee. After we click that button, the page will reload and there will be a notification.
This is from me using the normal withdrawal. It says the payment will be processed within 12 hours or less. At the bottom of that page, we will see a pending transaction from the history table.
There is also a CANCEL button at the end. Currently, we will not get any confirmation link via email or such. At least, for now.
If they have processed the payment, we can see a link to the network for the transaction ID and the datetime column will display the COMPLETED status with the date.
More Coins from Other Programs
As mentioned before, we can accept payments but we can also send cryptocurrency, like a cryptocurrency wallet. Then, it is not a bad idea to know which other programs that accept the same coins but they do not use FaucetPay.io as the micro wallet.
Check out the FAUCET LIST section of this article for programs supported by FaucetPay.io micro wallet service. I will not include them on these lists.
Some of these offer investment so, if we send our earnings there, it can generate more income passively. Just remember that we need to link the wallet address first to send the payment to any of these programs.
Some of them may also offer a better PTC feature or advertising feature that we can try. For those who need some wallet address for the supported coins, I recommend using the one from Crex24.com which we can trade into fiat money.
Alternatively, if the programs offer investment, there is a good chance we can make a deposit to that program. We can find the deposit address and use it on FaucetPay.io.
Of course, if we want to collect those coins as our asset, we will need a dedicated wallet. It is not really recommended to store our coins in these programs.
For more programs, check out this article.
FreeBitco.in (Faucet, Investment)
Cointiply.com (Faucet, PTC, Offerwalls)
BestChange.com Faucet (Exchanger)
Yannik.biz (Faucet, PTC, Offerwalls)
Fly-BTC.com (Faucet, Investment)ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger)
MoonBit.co.in (Faucet via CoinPot.co)
StakeCube.net (Faucet, Investment)
Here are some more programs for Bitcoin that I haven’t written a review about.
MicroWallet.co (Micro Wallet)
Cedsonhub.site (Micro Wallet)
KS Wallet (Micro Wallet)
Payeer.com (E-Currencies, Wallet)
Bifun.co (Faucet via CoinPot)
AllCoins.pw (Faucet, Exchanger)
Fly-LTC.com (Faucet, Investment)ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger)
MoonLite.co.in (Faucet via CoinPot.co)
StakeCube.net (Faucet, Investment)
Here are some more programs for Litecoin that I haven’t written a review about.
KS Wallet (Micro Wallet)
MicroWallet.co (Micro Wallet)
cedsonhub.site (Micro Wallet)
Payeer.com (E-Currencies, Wallet)
3BTC.org (Faucet, Exchanger)
AllCoins.pw (Faucet, Exchanger)
Fly-DOGE.com (Faucet, Investment)ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger)
MoonDoge.co.in (Faucet via CoinPot.co)
StakeCube.net (Faucet, Investment)
Here are some more sources for DOGE that I haven’t written a review about.
AllCoins.pw (Faucet, Exchanger)
3BTC.org (Faucet, Exchanger)
Fly-DASH.com (Faucet, Investment)ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger)
MoonDash.co.in (Faucet via CoinPot.co)
StakeCube.net (Faucet, Investment)
Here are some more sources for DASH that I haven’t written a review about.
Free-Ethereum.io (Faucet, Investment)
Fly-ETH.com (Faucet, Invesment)FreeFaucet.io (Faucet)
ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger)
Here are some more resources for ETHEREUM that I haven’t written a review about.
MicroWallet.co (Micro Wallet)
KS Wallet (Micro Wallet)
Payeer.com (E-Currencies, Wallet)
ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger)
Payeer.com (E-Currencies, Wallet)
MicroWallet.co (Micro Wallet)
3BTC.org (Faucet, Exchanger)
KS Wallet (Micro Wallet)
ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger)
StakeCube.net (Faucet, Investment)
3BTC.org (Faucet, Exchanger)
ExpressCrypto.io (Micro Wallet, Exchanger, Staking)
Binance.com (Exchanger, Staking, Saving)
FaucetPay.io is one of the successor of FaucetHub.io, as micro wallet service for mostly cryptocurrency faucet programs. Based on the current statistic, there are over 600 programs that use this service, and we can expect more to come.
They don’t have the same features as FaucetHub.io back then. Some are different but probably better. At least, for users, we can accept payments just like FaucetHub.io before.
One of the differences is the accepted cryptocurrencies. Currently, there are only 7 of them but we can expect them to add more in the future.
Another thing is how we can get paid. We still need to link our wallet address for each specific currencies but as alternate method, we can also use email address. With just one email address, we can get any coins but there are not that many programs use this feature.
There is no premium membership which we can’t view every programs like on FaucetHub.io here. On the other hand, there are not much we can find out about the owner of these programs. No forums or even profile we can access.
As additional earning option, not only they have offerwalls but also Paid to Click features which we can also advertise. Aside from the PTC, we can advertise on FaucetPay.io via their listings and banner advertisement. They do have the multiplier game and binary trading which both of them are like gambling.
FaucetPay.io also offers an exchanger. Unlike FaucetHub.io where we need to sell to Bitcoin first before buying the other altcoin, we can exchange to other altcoin directly.
Moreover, this is not a trading platform where we need to wait for other members to become the buyer or seller. We are dealing with the system so we can get paid immediately. The minimum is very low too.
There is also some referral features which I think is better than FaucetHub.io but not really that significant. There is no leveling system here but instead we have a reward points that can boost the earning rate or converted into cash.
I can’t say much about the faucet or program owner manager whether they are better or not. Considering that more and more programs are using this service, we can probably say that FaucetPay.io are doing a good job.
Based on their social media feed, FaucetPay.io has expressed some ideas to improve their platform like payments to fiat currency processors. If they could keep improving their platform, FaucetPay.io can become very big. Not only as micro wallet for faucet but as payment method for more programs.
I do have high hopes for this but I really can’t tell if they won’t suffer the same problem as FaucetHub.io before. It has been only about half a year at this point. We can only wait and time will tell.
If you still consider this as an opportunity for a lot of things that they can offer, you can start by creating account with FaucetPay.io via this link. It is FREE to use.
As mentioned before that with program like FaucetPay.io, we can have a passive income. The key is to use the referral program, get a lot of referrals and let them do the work and we get the commission.
No need to rely on just referral program from FaucetPay.io. We can try and promote other referral programs as well. As many as we want so we could have multiple income sources.
In order to do that, it’s better to have our own website, promote the program until we can get enough referrals and they can generate income for us. This is not only limited to digital product but we can also promote physical product.
Share a link from a marketplace like Amazon, or directly from big brands like Apple, and if people buy something, we can earn some commission. It’s not limited to just tech product but any passion we have from food, travel, sports, movies.
That is how we can have an online business.
If you are interested to learn more about building a website and turn it into a business, even a passive income, there is a training program that you can try.
On this training, not only we can learn about how to, but we can actually set up the website, grow it until it can generate income. We can learn from a lot of experts who were once just like you and me, know almost nothing about online business.
This is an easy training program that even a guy without a college degree can use it. Within two years he started to have a full time income from his website and quit his regular job.
We can even ask the owner the help out directly. Try it. Join the program for FREE and try to reply their first message to you and see if they get back and help you out.
You can learn more about the training from my review here.
We grow the business and website by using affiliate programs just like FaucetPay.io. Here is my list of other affiliate programs that you can try.
I will keep updating the page and add more programs. So, stay tuned.
Well, that’s all I can share with you about a micro wallet service, FaucetPay.io. Maybe I missed something and you have more question about it, or if you want to add your experience, view, opinion, don’t hesitate to use the comment section below.
Maybe you also have other experience with other similar programs with this, hopefully a better one, you can suggest something as well. I would love to help if I could and learn more about online program.
Hope my reviews can help. Thanks for reading.