TakeBitco.in Review

Some faucet program can be very simple to use. Just claim then wait again before we can claim again.

Then we could just switch, use another faucet program to earn from. Usually they will have different and possibly harder to claim with shortlinks or too many ads.

If you are looking for relatively still easy to claim faucet, you might want to try TakeBitco.in. Another easy faucet to earn Bitcoin from that has several sister sites that we can use all of them one after another.

So, who is TakeBitco.in? Is TakeBitco.in legit or scam? What are their sister sites that we can use?

Those are probably just a few question that came to mind after hearing about TakeBitco.in. Well, in this article, I’m going to share with you my TakeBitco.in review, based on my experience and what I can find from the internet.

Hope it helps. Is TakeBitco.in going to be the best faucet program?

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Overview

Website: takebitco.in (6-20 satoshi min.)
Sister Sites:
xbtc.info (5-15 satoshi min.)
printmoney.info (5-15 satoshi min.)
ifaucet.info (5-10 satoshi min.)
bitflips.info (1-15 satoshi min.)
Type: Faucet (30 minutes, BTC)
Feature: Increase Reward, Jackpot, Country Tier
Referral Commission: 12% or 15%
Payment Method: FaucetHub (BTC), MicroWallet.co (BTC)
Started Since: 2015
My Status: NOT AVAILABLE
Last Payment: April 2020

News and Update

June 2020. I think it has been almost two months at this point since I got any payment from this group. They no longer have any funds on either of their sites. I think one of their sister sites is nor longer functional.

I’m not sure if they are going to come back, so, I change my status for this group into NOT AVAILABLE.

January 2020. All of their sister sites are using Microwallet.co payment method.

December 2019. One of their faucets, BitFlips.info are using MicroWallet.co service as the payment method. Not sure but there is a chance that all of their sister sites will be joining as well.

Like on FaucetHub.io, we need to link our Bitcoin wallet address to MicroWallet.co before we can accept payment. If we use the same wallet address, the referral link will be the same.

Use this link to create account with MicroWallet.co.

November 2019. FaucetHub.io as the only payment method are closing down their service as micro wallet. Please read my FaucetHub.io Review for more information and the latest update.

There are still no info whether this faucets and their group are going to use a new wallet or no longer offering their service.

About TakeBitco.in and the Group

As we can see from the owner’s FaucetHub profile, the owner manages 5 different faucet with the same script, similar template, just different amount of rewards for each. From each website themselves, we can see that at the bottom they have been around since 2015, at least some of them if not all.

I think the 2015 is just a template which was copied to the new one. Maybe we will see the same thing on the next one if they have it.

Since I couldn’t find the official page or thread on any forum regarding these faucets, I need to look someplace else. What we can find is that they used FaucetSystem in the past as the payment method before switching to FaucetHub in 2018.

Some other user opened a thread on forum regarding this in 2016, mentioning two of them, xbtc.info and ifaucet.info. Then another two, BitFlips.info and PrintMoney.info also each has their own discussion thread in 2018.

So, I guess TakeBitco.in might not be the first one to offer the service but it is probably one of the first registered on FaucetHub.

Those thread itself didn’t have much info beside some people reporting that they are getting paid. Nothing from the owner himself.

The owner uses vlamih as the username on FaucetHub. I’m guessing that the owner could be from Germany, based on the country tiers he set. User from Germany will get higher reward and mentioned the first on the list.

We might not need it but the only way to contact the owner is probably via FaucetHub PM.

Bitcoin Faucet – How to earn

TakeBitco.in offers a faucet feature for earning. Anybody can get a small amount of Bitcoin from TakeBitco.in or all of their sister sites.

With a faucet program, anybody can earn free money, usually a cryptocurrency,  for doing almost nothing. What we need to do usually just solve a captcha and probably view or click on some ads before we can claim the reward.

After that we need to wait for an interval time before we can repeat the process to claim and earn the free money again. The reward is not that much considering how little the effort really is.

To earn from TakeBitco.in could be very simple but for those who are not familiar with Bitcoin, or any cryptocurrencies, faucet programs or even FaucetHub, this could be a bit confusing.

So, here is a little step by step guide of how to earn from TakeBitco.in. All of their sister sites are using the same script so the claiming process will be the same. Only the amount of reward is different from one to another.

Step 1 – Open a Bitcoin Wallet

First we need to have a FaucetHub account to receive payment from TakeBitco.in. But to create account with FaucetHub, we need to have a Bitcoin wallet address. If you already have one, you can skip this part and move to the next step.

For those who don’t have any Bitcoin wallet, I suggest opening one with Freebitco.in. This is actually another Bitcoin faucet but with the deposit feature, we can use it as a wallet.

Another reason is because Freebitco.in also offers to pay compounded daily interest like a bank. In theory, we can grow our money just by keeping our coins with them.

Read more from my Freebitco.in review.

Use this link to create account with Freebitco.in. After the sign up process, and maybe claim the faucet, click on the green DEPOSIT button at the top.

The picture above is the example of my deposit address to my Freebitco.in. Any payment sent to that address will be added into my account so you need to generate your own from your account.

We can use this deposit address as withdrawal address from other programs. Every payment from those programs will be sent directly to Freebitco.in account as a deposit.

Make sure to double check the address again while copying. Missing just one character means losing an income source and the transaction process can’t be undone.

There is need to follow my suggestion. Any Bitcoin wallet address would do, just make sure you know how to use them.

Now, since TakeBitco.in is using FaucetHub service as payment method, we need to link this Bitcoin deposit address from Freebitco.in or any wallet to FaucetHub.

Step 2 – Open FaucetHub Account

You can skip this part if you already created an account with FaucetHub. Move to the next step.

Use this link to create account with FaucetHub for free. Click on SIGN UP to register an account.

Enter our username, email address, and the Bitcoin deposit address from Freebitco.in (step 1) or any Bitcoin wallet, and the password. Click on two boxes to agree with terms and how they handle personal data, then solve the captcha.

After we finish the sign up process, we can login, but FaucetHub is probably going to ask another one time authentication process and activation via email. The Bitcoin address we use to register with FaucetHub will be automatically linked.

We can now use it for other programs that offer Bitcoin as payment and supported by FaucetHub. If we want to use other address we can add it on FaucetHub user dashboard.

Step 3 – Open TakeBitco.in Account

Use this link to open an account with TakeBitco.in.

Actually, there is no sign up or registration process to use TakeBitco.in or their sister sites.  This is typical for a simple faucet program supported by FaucetHub.

We just need to use the Bitcoin wallet address that has been linked to our FaucetHub. Paste the wallet address in the box next to the Bitcoin logo where we can see BITCOIN ADDRESS. The box will be in between the rectangular ads and the horizontal ads.

Step 4 – Increase the Reward

So, TakeBitco.in and their sister sites has a unique feature where we can actually raise the reward. To do that, click on the INCREASE REWARDS! button at the top of that homepage.

The button is below the possible amount of reward and jackpot box but before the balance box. Each program offer several possible rewards like 5 satoshi, 7 satoshi and 15 satoshi, different amount from one program to another.

Clicking on that increase button will add 1 satoshi to all of the possible rewards. The page will reload and we can see the possible reward box will increase the amount.

We can click up to five times, the same for all of the sites. Usually there is going to be a 3 seconds window before we can click the button.

The bonus only works for that claim, not the next one. We have to increase again right before the claim.

Step 5 – Solve the Two Captchas

After we raise the reward, to claim the faucet, we need to scroll down on that claim page. We can see that there are two captcha systems. One from Google and the other from SolveMedia.

Solve both of them and click LOGIN button at the bottom.

Step 6 – Solve the AntiBot

The next page will have another captcha or anti bot system that we need to solve as well. It’s just another standard choosing the right 3 images out of 4 following an order.

As we can see from the image above, there are 3 images as the instruction and another four boxes right below that. We need to click the box and the image in that box will disappear.

What they want us to do is choose based on the font, not the word. As an example, from that image above, the right answer would be:

1st to click: the bottom right
2nd to click: the bottom left
3rd or final to click: the upper left

Leaving the upper right that we shouldn’t click. After that we can click on the CLAIM button at the bottom of the page.

Step 7 – Result and Timer

If everything goes right, the next page will be like the next picture. We can see the result, which reward we will randomly get based on the homepage and the added bonus.

It says something like “5 satoshi has been sent to you account at FaucetHUb.io” with the green background color or depends on which sites we use.

There is nothing else we can do here. We can click the website logo at the top left corner. This will bring us back to the homepage.

The difference is now the LOGIN button and the INCREASE REWARD button will be replaced by a timer, counting down from 1,800. We have to wait for 30 minutes before we can repeat the process from step 3.

I suggest using this waiting time to visit the other sister sites of theirs. The process will be the same, increase the rewards, solve captchas and antibot.

We can click on the top menu of each websites to open their sister sites on a new browser tab. You can also use these links below as well.

xbtc.info (5-15 satoshi min.)
printmoney.info (5-15 satoshi min.)
ifaucet.info (5-10 satoshi min.)
bitflips.info (1-15 satoshi min.)

There is actually another Bitcoin faucet listed on their menu, AdBTC.info (faucet.adbtc.info). I’m not sure why, but they are not listed from the same owner and they have different claiming mechanism.

I consider it as another program and maybe write a separate review other time. Use the link from those menu or via this link to access AdBTC.info.

Step 8 – More Coins from FaucetHub

The only way to check if the payment has been sent or not is by checking the FaucetHub account. From the user dashboard on FaucetHub click on STATS or OVERVIEW. We can see something like the picture below.

That is the payment history from all of the programs that I currently use, not just from this group. From that list, the payment from this group are listed as TakeBitcoin (takebitco.in), iFaucet Bitcoin faucet (ifaucet.info), The money printer (printmoney.info), Extra Bitcoin faucet (xbtc.info), and Bitflips faucet (bitflips.info).

Before we can submit a request to withdraw the Bitcoin we have earned from FaucetHub to our wallet, we need to get the minimum threshold first. At this time the minimum is 20,000 satoshi.

The payment will be processed every Sunday or if we are willing to pay much higher fee, we can get it on the same day.

We can keep earning coins from TakeBitco.in and their group to get Bitcoin or we can use a lot of other programs from FaucetHub to earn more coins and not just Bitcoin.

Alternatively, FaucetHub within their platform also offer an exchanger service which we can sell our altcoins to Bitcoin. We can also then, trade that Bitcoin into other cryptocurrencies.

Here is a list of some programs that I have tried.

Cointiply.com (Faucet, Offerwalls, PTC, Games), Bitcoin
ClaimFreeCoins.io (Faucet), Multi coins
Ethereum-Faucet.org (Faucet), Multi coins
DailyFreeBits.com (Faucet), Bitcoins
3BTC.org (Faucet, Web Mining), Multi Coins
AllCoins.pw (Faucet, PTC, Web Mining), Multi Coins
BitcoinsFor.me (Faucet, Offerwalls, Web Mining), Bitcoin
AdBTC.top (PTC), Bitcoin
DigiTask.ru (Faucet), Dogecoin
PurseFaucets.com (Faucet), Bitcoin
Monitocoin.com (Faucet), Bitcoin
FireFaucet.win (Faucet, Offerwalls, Mining, PTC), Multi coins
DogeFlip.tk (Faucet), Dogecoins
QweroFaucet.com (Faucet), Multi Coins
Sato.host / BitGame (Faucet), Bitcoin
A-Ads.com (Ad Network), Bitcoin
BitsFree.net (Faucet, Offerwalls, Shortlinks, Web Mining) Bitcoin / DogeCoin
4miner.me (Faucet), Multi Coins
FreeDGB.com (Faucet), Digibyte
Lolifuu.com (Faucet, Shortlinks), Multi Coins

These are just the ones I have written the review about. I might have added more but haven’t got the time to write about each of them. There are more programs to come and I will keep updating the list. Stay tuned or keep checking my website.

For more programs, read my FaucetHub.io Review.

By using all of those programs even if they don’t offer the coins we are collecting, we can reach the minimum faster. Sell every coins and convert them into one or two that we can focus on.

Every coins will have its own minimum before we can withdraw and each with its own fee. With higher amount we can get less fee to pay.

Here is the list of minimum amount to withdraw for each coin and the fee from FaucetHub.

Bitcoin: 0.0002 BTC (400 satoshi fee)
Ethereum: 0.01 ETH (0.001 ETH fee)
HORA: 50 HORA (0.5 HORA fee)
Tron: 50 TRX (0.5 TRX fee)
Monero: 0.01 XMR (0.0005 XMR fee)
Litecoin: 0.01 LTC (0.0008 LTC fee)
Dogecoin: 100 DOGE (0.05 DOGE fee)
Bitcoin Cash: 0.0002 BCH (400 satoshi fee)
Zcash: 0.01 ZEC (0.0008 ZEC fee)
Digibyte: 1 DGB (0.008 DGB fee)
BitCore: 0.01 BTX (0.0008 BTX fee)
Blackcoin: 2 BLK (0.008 BLK)
Dash: 0.001 DASH (0.00008 DASH fee)
Peercoin: 5 PPC (0.008 PPC fee)
Primecoin: 5 XPM (0.008 XPM fee)
Potcoin: 1 POT (0.008 POT fee)

Earning Rate and Comparison

As we can see from each of those programs from the same group as TakeBitco.in, we can earn different amount of Bitcoin. Most of them offer 3 possible reward which we can get randomly and only one that offer 2, BitFlips.info.

Here is the breakdown of the possible base rewards from each programs.

TakeBitco.in: 6 satoshi (90%), 10 satoshi (5%), 20 satoshi (5%)
PrintMoney.info: 5 satoshi (50%), 8 satoshi (35%), 15 satoshi (15%)
iFaucet.info: 5 satoshi (80%), 8 satoshi (10%), 10 satoshi (10%)
XBTC.info: 5 satoshi (45%), 7 satoshi (45%), 15 satoshi (10%)
BitFlips.info: 1 satoshi (50%), 15 satoshi (50%)

Even though most of them offer almost the same amount but the probability to get higher rewards are different between one to another.

Just as an example, the average earning from BitFlips.info for me is around 8 or 9 satoshi. Maybe the number of how many claims is not enough to make a conclusion but we can see that I actually get lower than the average.  If I do get 50:50 chance the average should be about 10 satoshi.

But that means, I will more likely get the lowest possible reward on other programs. Even if the base reward is higher than from BitFlips.info, it is possible to get higher in average from BitFlips.info.

Let’s say that the 8 satoshi I get as the average from BitFlips.info reflects all of them, then the earning rate from these programs is 8 satoshi per 30 minutes or 16 satoshi per hour.

If we use all of those 5 programs, we can get 40 satoshi per 30 minutes or 80 satoshi per hour. Unfortunately, I still don’t have enough data regarding the other programs. They could be higher or lower depends on our luck.

That is also just the average number from the base reward. Sure we can easily increase it but sometimes, we just want to claim as fast as we want.

Is that a good earning rate? One way to find out is by comparing the earning rate from other similar programs.

Next are some comparison to programs that I have tried so far.

Comparison to Similar Programs

Freebitco.in, usually as my standard for good earning faucet, can give us like 25 satoshi at this time per claim every hour as the base reward. We can get the same with just 3 claims from TakeBitco.in groups, even more after an hour.

Freedoge.co.in, their sister site, no longer offering their faucet, used to offers like 0.09 DOGE per hour per claim or like 2.7 Bitcoin satoshi. We can already get higher with just one claim of one faucet from TakeBitco.in group.

Cointiply.com, now the faucet can only give us 2 claims per day. For me right now about 20 coins a day and with 100 coins equals to $0.01 means $0.002 per day. We can get more from TakeBitco.in group with just 2 claims.

Ethereum-faucet.org and their group, can give members like 230 gwei per claim every 240 minutes or 4 hours. In Bitcoin that is like 5 satoshi per 4 hour or just 1 satoshi per hour. We can get higher with just one claim of one faucet from TakeBitco.in group.

ClaimFreeCoins.io, also a no timer faucet, can give us at least 5 satoshi per claim with 7.5 satoshi in average at this time and no claim limit per day. We can get almost the same from one claim, but potentially lower from TakeBitco.in group.

Free-Litecoin.com and their group, each as hourly faucet can give altcoins about 1,503 litoshi or in Bitcoin around 10 satoshi at this time. We can get even higher from just one faucet to match the hourly earning rate with TakeBitco.in.

AllCoins.pw, also a 5 minutes faucet as well, with 50 claim limit, right now can give like 3 satoshi per claim or 150 satoshi per day. We can get more per day even with just one faucet from TakeBitco.in group.

DailyFreeBits.com, also give contant amount but only 3 satoshi every hour at this moment, which could go less thanks to dynamic price. We can get even more with just one claim from one faucet of TakeBitco.in group.

BestChange.com, has a faucet feature, give around 15 satoshi in average per hour. Both depends on luck but we can get more or less the same with TakeBitco.in group with just one faucet.

Bitcoinsfor.me, as a 5 minute faucet, at this time, I can only get like 192 token per day. If 1,000,000 token equals to 1 USD, I can get like $0.000192 per day. I’m still not sure if the number is right since they are not done with the new token. But if the number is right, we can already get higher from 2 claims from TakeBitco.in group.

3BTC.org can give like 160 gwei as the base reward per claim per hour or in BTC about 3.5 satoshi as the base reward. We can already get higher with just one claim from TakeBitco.in group.

DigiTask.ru, also no timer faucet can give like 0.09 DOGE per claim or about 3 Bitcoin satoshi. We can get higher from TakeBitco.in group but this one is very easy to claim and has no limit.

PurseFaucets.com, a 10 minutes faucets, can give like 1 Bitcoin satoshi per claim or up to 6 satoshi per hour. We can get higher from any faucet from TakeBitco.in group, even with just one claim.

Monitocoin.com, 2 hour faucet, can give 15 Bitcoin satoshi per claim or 7.5 Bitcoin satoshi per hour. We can even get twice that hourly rate from TakeBitco.in group if we are lucky enough.

FireFaucet.win, an auto faucet, at this time, with maximum bonus, can give like between 6 to 8 Bitcoin satoshi per hour. We can even get higher with just one claim from TakeBitco.in group.

DogeFlip.tk, a 2 hour faucet, offers like 0.04 Doge per hour or like 1 Bitcoin satoshi per hour. That is just the lowest possible reward per claim from any of these faucets from TakeBitco.in.

QweroFaucet.com, an hour faucet, offers like just 1 Bitcoin satoshi per hour. That is the highest but almost impossible to achieve. Obviously, TakeBitco.in group is higher than this.

BitGame / Sato.host, at this time can give like 200 satoshi per day or 10 per claim for 20 times. The amount per claim is actually higher than the average from TakeBitco.in group. Get higher with multiple faucets from TakeBitco.in group.

BitsFree.net, another hourly faucet, offers like 20 satoshi per hour as the base prize. We need like 3 claims from any faucet of TakeBitco.in group to match the hourly rate.

4miner.me, another hourly faucet with multiple faucets, offers like 17 satoshi in average per hour from the Bitcoin faucet only, 30 satoshi if we use all of the faucets. So, the maximum amount is lower but we can claim the faucet way easier from here than TakeBitco.in.

FreeDGB.com, another hourly faucet, offers like 0.0233 DGB or in Bitcoin it is like 2 satoshi. We can get higher hourly rate from one of the TakeBitco.in group.

Lolifuu.com, another faucet with no timer but 100 daily claim limit, can offer like about 4 satoshi per claim or 400 per day. Double it if we use both faucets from them.  This is higher than TakeBitco.in group.

This is just comparing strictly between the faucet earning rate. There are more things to consider like the claiming process or how easy to withdraw.

Some programs can offer other earning feature or bonus that could make them a better choice. On the other hand, some users might not be able to use those other earning feature and can only rely on faucet.

Country Tiers

Another feature that I don’t fully understand since there is no explanation as well is the country tiers. We access them from the second menu on any faucets.

The page is the same for every faucet. Here is what we can see.

Country Code:
DE -> Special coefficient: x1.10
GB -> Special coefficient: x1.10
US -> Special coefficient: x1.10
KZ -> Special coefficient: x0.80
RU -> Special coefficient: x0.80
UA -> Special coefficient: x0.80
CN -> Special coefficient: x0.10
AP -> Special coefficient: x0.00

DE (Germany), GB (Great Britain), US (United States), KZ (Kazakhstan), RU (Russia), UA (Ukraine), CN (China), AP (Asia Pacific)

I think I need to be one of the other country listed to know the difference. So, if anybody from those countries understand what it means, please do share via the comment section below.

But here is what I can find. If we look at the recent winners there is a chance that the amount is lower than the lowest. That is probably those who get 0.8 coefficient, instead of getting 5 they get 4 satoshi.

Another possible is those who get higher like 22 instead of 20. That is probably from the 1.1 coefficient.

But that means, since I’m supposed to get the 0.00, I got the base reward but those who get lower coefficient will get lower reward. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think for AP countries, it means 1.0 coefficient, not zero and get nothing per claim.

I really can’t tell so if you are from KZ, RU, UA and even CN, a confirmation might help.

For those from China who gets 0.1 coefficient, how much do you get from the BitFlips.info base reward? I don’t think we can get even lower than 1 satoshi but how much each INCREASE REWARD button will raise the reward?

Do you guys still get extra 1 satoshi per click or only 1 satoshi after 5? I guess for people from those countries, you might want to try out each faucets programs from TakeBitco.in group.

Check how much is the base reward and what we can get after the increase for every possible reward and every faucets.

If the result is even lower, people from those countries might even consider using other faucet programs.

Comment and Suggestion

Apparently, managing that many faucet programs is not an easy task for the owner. Like at the time of this writing, one of them was inaccessible.

Sometimes we need like a couple seconds or up to half an hour before we can access again but that is for the regular problem. The good thing is that we can still use the other when one of them is down.

We can use all of them while waiting for the timer on one. Other than solving captcha which can be hard sometimes, there is no annoying ads and not even shortlinks.

It is possible that the captcha is not working even if we are sure to solve it correctly. When that happens, we will get an error red sign at the top right corner and instead of moving to the antibot we have to solve the captcha again. We could get stuck there, and should just try the other program.

Displaying every link on ever website is very helpful for this, at least for me. We don’t have to open a lot of browser tab for each. Just use one and move to another after.

On FaucetHub, we can see that we will get paid from each faucet separately. But since they all are using the same currency, managed by the same owner, the funds actually comes from the same pool.

We can also see on each website, the balance display the same amount. The faucet name on the FaucetHub payment report is just the label.

It means, if we can get paid from one, we will likely to get paid from another. But if they run out of funds on one, we won’t get paid from the other either.

Even though they have an additional features, these faucets are still just a simple faucet program where we can just sign in right away, claim the faucet and get paid automatically. There is no member dashboard, and we log out immediately right after the claim.

The additional feature is on the outside. I don’t think I’m the only one about this, but I didn’t notice that increase reward feature at first.

I already saw the button but I thought it was just to reload the page. Only because I was trying to write this review, I got a good time taking a look at it.

We can also see from the recent claim that they display on each website that there are still a lot of people didn’t know about it. This is not surprising.

A lot of other programs use the similar script or template and people would easily think that this is just another same program. There is no instruction as well, which I think that was what the owner wants.

Obviously, the owner is not just running a giveaway. They want to make profit as well and this is a way to do it

As I said before that it is also possible that the user doesn’t really care about the reward even if they know about it. For me, sometimes, I just want to claim as soon as possible while increasing the reward isn’t going to make us rich sooner.

Sometimes, it is also take awhile for the website to just increase the reward. So it could take up a few seconds and the longer for the timer to get started.

The worst part is when we try to claim the faucet, it is also possible that they could fail, at least that happened to me once. We could try again but the reward got reset as well.

They use to captcha systems for every claims. That means if one of them becomes problematic, very hard or even impossible to solve, we have to stop claim the faucet, wait for awhile. And when that happens, it means we can’t use any of those.

The antibot is not a problem, but I did notice one time when the instruction image doesn’t have the option to choose. Hopefully that is just a one time error.

Based on the earning rate comparisons above, we can say that these faucet programs from TakeBitco.in and the group offer a bit above the average among similar programs. We can even get higher by claiming from all of their websites.

The claiming process is relatively very easy but their server connection might be the problem. Otherwise, these faucets can be good alternatives to earn Bitcoin.

No need to wait for timer, just use one time and be done with it, use other similar faucet programs. Not for a long term programs.

Jackpot Winner

So, there is another way to earn from any of the faucet from TakeBitco.in group. If we are lucky enough, after making a claim, we can win a jackpot prize.

The amount of prize is determined by how many claims the faucet get within a period of time. I’m not entirely sure about how it works since there is no instruction or explanation.

From what I can tell, each claim will increase the reward by 1 satoshi.

They could run it like a lottery where user with more claims will have higher chance to win. But they could also just consider one claim only per user as a sign to be eligible for the prize. We really can’t tell.

They even run it randomly. Each faucet has their own jackpot pool.

The jackpot winner can be selected from like after 4 days or could even be months. But there was once a time when they pick twice within the same day which the second time the prize was very low.

One faucet can run more often than the others but they will likely to run on different dates between faucet.

The longer the period the higher the prize gets. From the latest data, we can see that there is about 60 to 70 claims each day per faucet, assuming the prize get higher by 1 satoshi per claim.

Back then they could even get like 150 claims per day. Or they could just change the increase rate.

The only thing we can see are the previous winners from each faucet dedicated page. Click on JACKPOT WINNERS from the menu.

As shown from the next picture, there is a wallet address which the prize was sent to.

From what we can tell, we should just consider this as additional bonus. Not really something we can do about it to win. It’s more like a gambling.

The prize is not that much as well. But maybe we can predict something based on the presented data. Like maybe if they haven’t pick any winner for awhile, we can expect to get higher prize which would be a reason to choose between any of these faucets.

But again, since we really don’t know how it works. We should just forget about it.

One interesting thing is that it seems they started these jackpot prize way before they use FaucetHub service in 2019. The first winner was in 2017 for most of the faucets.

Referral / Affiliate Program

As mentioned before, what we can get from TakeBitco.in or any faucet program is essentially very low. They are just pennies and some might think it is not worth the time.

However, by offering an affiliate or referral commission, any program has the potential to become a passive income. In theory, they could even become an unlimited one.

What we do is we invite other people to join the program and let the use the service. In this case, join any faucet program from TakeBitco.in and their group, and the service is to earn free coins from faucet.

We as the referrer will get some commission based on the invited people’s earning. Let them do the work, and we can get paid passively.

That is just from one referral. The more we have will add more income for us. With unlimited number of referrals, we can get unlimited number of income.

How does it work?

Like on any other online program offering affiliate or referral commission, each member will get a unique link with their ID attached to it, called referral link or ref link. These ones below are mine for TakeBitco.in and their group.

http://takebitco.in/1A3z4RXzSPTzFa1zpd2bYh1CVixnbDaLXh/

http://xbtc.info/1A3z4RXzSPTzFa1zpd2bYh1CVixnbDaLXh/

http://ifaucet.info/1A3z4RXzSPTzFa1zpd2bYh1CVixnbDaLXh/

http://printmoney.info/1A3z4RXzSPTzFa1zpd2bYh1CVixnbDaLXh/

http://bitflips.info/1A3z4RXzSPTzFa1zpd2bYh1CVixnbDaLXh/

If anybody click on any of them and join the program, they will become my referral. And if they use the service, claim the faucet, we can get some percentage of their earning.

At this time, the commission rate are different from one program to another. They are about 12%-15%.

What we need to do is to share these links to anybody on any online platform that we use. The platform can be our social media account, forums, group messengers for family or friends, or even blog or website that we own.

The link can be found on each homepage at the bottom right after we make a claim on that faucet program. Before we make a claim the homepage will only have the template without our ID and sharing those without the ID will not get anything.

Unfortunately there is no other tool that we can use to help us promote the program but the link is the essential.

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 TakeBitco.in 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 TakeBitco.in for a little bit.

Comment and Suggestion

TakeBitco.in is another simple faucet program with a bit of additional feature supported by FaucetHub. Regarding the referral feature, as mentioned before, we only get the link and no other tool. Essential but not very powerful.

It is very typical among similar programs. We don’t even get to know our referrals. The only way to find out if we do have the referral is by checking our FaucetHub account payment report. That is also, only if the referral make a claim.

We won’t know who that is, where are they from, and the worst part is that they are not going to stay as our referral. We will only get paid when the referral access the website or program using our link.

If the next claim he uses different link like directly by typing just the domain URL without our ID, we will no longer get a commission for that claim. Which is why a program like this, even if they could still become a passive income for us, they are not a good choice to build for long term income.

That doesn’t mean we can’t really do something about it. One solution would be to create a page with a list of faucet programs where anybody can bookmark the page and access each links via that page.

If those people use the same programs as us, they might use that page. If not, it is also possible that they would just make their own.

So, I don’t really recommend people to focus on promoting TakeBitco.in or other similar program, not just their group. There are better ways for a long term that we could use.

A good referral program also relies on the main feature. If we are not willing to use it, even if we do get referrals, they are not going to use it as well.

In the case of TakeBitco.in, the claiming process is actually rather easy. But again, there is nothing to offer for a long term. Other program can offer something like daily bonus which we could increase by consecutively claim just once a day.

This is really just to claim once and be done with it. Unless of course, other similar program  becomes harder to use and this one could stay the same, maybe this could be an alternative.

The commission rate is not the lowest among similar programs but still rather low, just 12 or 15%. Other program could offer up to 50% but of course, it is also possible that there are those who offer even lower or nothing at all.

How much do we get actually get? From 20 satoshi, maybe we could get like 2 or 3 satoshi, but that is like the highest possible reward from these group after the bonus.

On BitFlips.info, we could even get 1 satoshi per claim, which I’m not sure if we do get 1 as well as referral commission. Getting less than that is impossible.

With the country tier, we should then focus on promoting this program to people with higher coefficient.

The link also use the typical template, where the wallet address is attached as the ID. It means if we change the address, we might not get any commission again.

There is also a chance for the owner to change the URL like what happened to Sato.host. If that happens, we need to change all of our campaign.

There is no share button or even copy button so make sure we double check when sharing the link. Remember the last character of the address, losing just one means losing an income sources.

I would say that this may not be an ideal referral program to focus on. The good thing about the referral feature is that we can promote a better one from another faucet programs. Unlike being an employee to a company where we can only promote one program.

The principal of sharing, inviting, will all be more or less the same. If we build a website to promote, at least this could be another content that we can use.

Conclusion

TakeBitco.in is another simple faucet program supported by FaucetHub but with slightly additional feature. We can just sign in right away, solve some captcha systems and get paid right away to our FaucetHub account.

The owner manages up to 5 similar programs at the moment, with the same concept but different possible rewards. We can use all of them, one right after another while waiting for the 30 minutes interval time.

The additional feature is that we can increase the reward by clicking on a button right before the claim. One click to raise the reward by 1 satoshi each, up to 5 times and we need to do it again right before the next claim or just get the base prize without the bonus.

TakeBitco.in and other from the same group offers up to 3 possible rewards. Each programs has different probabilities to get each reward. The actual average amount for the base reward is about 8 or 9 satoshi each claim.

For the base reward, this faucet offers slightly above the average earning rate compared to similar programs. The claiming process is not that hard, just need to solve two captcha systems both from Google and SolveMedia, and then another antibot from the script.

So, if one of them gets into trouble, we need to wait before claiming. That is not just Takebitco.in but all of their group.

No annoying ads, pop ups, at least at this moment. The actual problem is more likely the server connection. We will more likely to find problem accessing the website like within the same day, a couple times a week.

The good thing is that we can still use the other programs. They also put each link on every program they own, making it very easy to switch from one program to another, no need to open too many browser tab.

The last thing about the faucet is that they set a different coefficient based on user’s location. People from some countries will get higher than the standard, some will get lower and the rest is just the base prize.

Other than the faucet, they occasionally run a jackpot contest and one lucky winner can get the prize. Each time someone make a claim, the reward goes up by 1 satoshi.

The contest is random and each faucet from the same group runs their own. There is no explanation as how it works, like a lottery or not, all we can find out is the past winner report, displaying the wallet address.

One contest can run more often than the others but the longer it takes, will have higher prize. There is nothing we can do except consider it as bonus.

Like the typical simple faucet from FaucetHub, TakeBitco.in and their group offers affiliate commission which is different from one faucet to another. We can get either 12 or 15 percent.

They only provide the referral link, using the wallet address as the ID but no other tools to promote. Essential but not very good to build as a long term passive income.

So, it’s another faucet to earn one time and we can just be done with it.

If you still consider this as another opportunity for another income source, you can start earning by signing up with TakeBitco.in via this link.

Don’t forget to try all of their sister sites as well, XBTC.info, IfFaucet.info, BitFlips.info and PrintMoney.info. All of them is free to use, just need a FaucetHub account.

Final Word

As I mentioned before that what we can get from TakeBitco.in or any faucet program is actually very low. 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 TakeBitco.in. We can try and promote other referral programs as well. As many as we want.

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 TakeBitco.in. 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 the faucet program, TakeBitco.in. 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.

 

 

Mark M.

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