TheCryptoFaucet.com Review

Some of us may not have the time to wait and claim from a cryptocurrency faucet program multiple times a day. All they can afford is just maybe an extra hour each day and after the whole day working, they will want to have a relatively easy faucet to claim free money from.

Just claim once every day maybe a good choice for those people. If the claiming process is easy, they can still build up the coins slowly alongside other faucet programs as well.

If you are looking for such program, you might want to try TheCryptoFaucet.com. A once a day faucet program that offers to pay with several choices of altcoins.

So, who is TheCryptoFaucet.com? Is TheCryptoFaucet.com legit or scam? Which cryptocurrency we can earn from them?

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

Hope this helps. Is TheCryptoFaucet.com going to be the best faucet program?

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Overview

Website: thecryptofaucet.com
Type: Faucet (24 hours, Multi Coins)
Features: Offerwalls
Referral Commission: 50%
Payment Method: DOGE, DGB, LTC, TRX, BEAN, BCN, SC, STEEM, XVG (Wallet)
Started Since: May, 2019
My Status: SCAM
Last Payment : May 2020

News and Update

June 2020. I got the payment in May 2020 but my account still says that the status is PENDING. My balance still displays the amount that I already got. The problem is now I can’t submit another withdrawal request because that previous one is still considered as not done.

I’m not sure how to cancel it and as far as I know this happens to several other people as well. Which is why, I change my status for TheCryptoFaucet.com into PROBLEMATIC. I will change it back when the developer fix the problem.

About TheCryptoFaucet.com

What we can find about the owner is they are probably from Canada, based on the WhoIs data for the domain. This domain was registered in May, 2019 so their service might have started right after that.

For contact, they offer their Twitter and Discord account, so we can easily reach out to them. However, not much to see based on the Twitter feed.

There is no other contact form on the website but we can send email to support@thecryptofaucet.com. This could be handy later if we want to cancel our withdraw, like if we use a wrong wallet address.

I don’t think the owner opened any thread on any forum officially for TheCryptoFaucet.com. There are other users who did and claimed to get paid from them.

To sign up we can use this link. We can enter the username, email and password. They will send a confirmation link via email and we need to click to activate the account.

We can’t change the username but we can change the email address. The website has an advanced security settings like Geo Lock and TOR user blocked feature. We can activate this from the member’s settings.

They do have an FAQ page, which we can access from the SUPPORT menu at the bottom of the page. Unfortunately, even though they are not just using any template but they don’t really offer much info regarding how to use the website. It’s not like we will have too much trouble though.

Faucet – Main Feature

As the name suggests, cryptocurrency faucet is the main feature of TheCryptoFaucet.com. With a faucet program, anybody can earn free money, usually in cryptocurrency for almost doing nothing. The least we should do is a click of a button.

For more, they might require us to go a series of pages, viewing ads, solving captcha. The ads are usually their main source so they can offer free coins.

Considering how little the effort is, the amount of free money we can get is not that much. However, we can repeat the process and get some more. Usually after waiting for a time. Like a faucet we can turn it on and off but instead of getting water, we will get coins.

In the case of TheCryptoFaucet.com, we can choose from 9 available currencies of which we will get paid with. This number could change, new coins can be added or taken off the list.

Here is the list at this time: Dogecoin (DOGE), Digibyte (DGB), Litecoin (LTC), Tron (TRX), Bean Cash (BEAN), Verge (XVG), Steem (STEEM), Bytecoin (BCN), Siacoin (SIA).

We can also claim from TheCryptoFaucet.com only once a day. One claim for one coin only. Other programs might offer multiple claims a day or even for multiple coins, not just one coin per day.

The timer will reset at 11.00 or 12.00 (on my time, GMT+7) depending on they daylight saving time. So, it’s not a 24 hours after the claim.

How does it work?

After we sign in to TheCryptoFaucet.com, we can click on FAUCET menu at the top, right next to the website logo. We will see a page like the image above with the available coins we can choose.

On each coin’s box, there is a blue button that says CLAIM (name of the coin). We need to click on it to proceed. The next two images are what we are going to see.

For this example, I choose Dogecoin. You can choose any of the available coins. The claiming process is similar.

So, this page will present a summary info regarding the coin we are going to collect. From the price, market cap of the currency, some additional, official info regarding the coin.

The most important maybe the last part, wallet and exchange. Wallet is how we can get paid from TheCryptoFaucet.com or any program offering the currency and exchange is how we can sell those coins into other currency like Bitcoin or maybe fiat money.

We will see this page again for each claim. Unless, there is a check box we need to click on so it will never appear again, as shown on the second picture above.

If we are still not sure, we can leave this box empty. For now, to continue claiming, we need to click the green button that says CONTINUE TO CLAIM DOGECOIN or whatever coin we choose.

We will see two pages of ads like the two images below. The ads maybe different, at least on the first one but the claiming process is the same.

We just need to scroll down and find the same button as before. While on the second ads, we first need to click on the purple link or button. This will open a new browser tab for the ads.

After clicking the link and opening the page, we can go back to the main browser tab with thecryptofaucet.com page, and click again the same green button as before. If we click the green button before the purple, we will get stuck on that page, will not continue until we click the right way.

After those two pages, we will arrive on the faucet claiming page, where we will earn the free money. On this page, we will have to roll to get a lucky number. The lucky number will then determine the amount of coins we can get based on the table presented on that page.

Below is the example for Dogecoin of which lucky numbers will get which amount.

0-4820 (48.2%): 0.03 DOGE
4821 – 7910 (30.9%): 0.3 DOGE
7911 – 9240 (13.3%): 1.51 DOGE
9241 – 9990 (7.5%): 3.03 DOGE
9991 – 9999 (0.09%): 30.3 DOGE
10000 (0.01%): 302.98 DOGE

To claim the faucet, we just need to click on the green ROLL button with a dice icon on it. It will generate the lucky number and thus the reward.

Before rolling, we can still change the currency if we want and we don’t have to go through those pages again. Click on the FAUCET menu at the top if we want another coins.

There was a time when we also have to solve a captcha to roll it. Not sure if they are not going to add them again in the future.

After the claim, we can refresh the page or if we access the FAUCET menu again, it will instead display a timer before we can claim again.

We can keep claiming from this by repeating the claiming process until we reach the minimum amount to withdraw. The minimum will be different from one coin to another. More about this later which maybe will make one coin as a better choice to collect.

How much we can earn?

Apparently, each coin will give us different amount of rewards for the same lucky number if converted into one currency like USD or BTC. Other similar programs who offers multiple coins, usually will offer the same amount, unlike TheCryptoFaucet.com.

The group of lucky numbers are the same with any coins. Here is what we can earn from each coins and the amount if we convert them into Bitcoin or USD, based on the current price.

Dogecoin
1st: 0.03 Doge (0.89 satoshi or $0.000066)
2nd: 0.3 Doge (8.9 satoshi, or $0.000663)
3rd: 1.51 Doge (44.66 satoshi or $0.00334)
4th: 3.03 Doge (89.67 satoshi or $0.006699)
5th: 30.3 Doge (896.73 satoshi or $0.067)
6th: 302.98 Doge (8,966.74 satoshi or $0.67)

Litecoin
1st: 0.000001 LTC (0.6 satoshi or $0.00004526)
2nd: 0.00001 LTC (6 satoshi or $0.0004526)
3rd: 0.00005 LTC (30 satoshi or $0.00022615)
4th: 0.0001 LTC (60 satoshi or $0.004523)
5th: 0.001 LTC (606 satoshi, or $0.04523)
6th: 0.0102 LTC (6,180 satoshi or $0.461346)

Tron
1st: 0.004 TRX (0.78 satoshi or $0.000057936)
2nd: 0.04 TRX (7.76 satoshi or $0.00057936)
3rd: 0.21 TRX (40.73 satoshi or $0.00304311)
4th: 0.42 TRX (81.5 satoshi or $0.00608622)
5th: 4.17 TRX (809.22 satoshi or $0.0604275)
6th: 41.7 TRX (8,092 satoshi or $0.642747)

Digibyte
1st: 0.009 DGB (0.77 satoshi or $0.00005761)
2nd: 0.09 DGB (7.71 satoshi or $0.0005761)
3rd: 0.46 DGB (39.43 satoshi or $0.002947)
4th: 0.91 DGB (78 satoshi or $0.005829)
5th: 9.13 DGB (783 satoshi or $0.0585)
6th: 91.27 DGB (7,828 satoshi $0.584675)

Bean Cash (Officially, the code is BITB)
1st: 0.174 BEAN (0.37 satoshi or $0.0000273)
2nd: 1.74 BEAN (3.65 satoshi or $0.0002731)
3rd: 8.72 BEAN (18.31 satoshi or $0.001369)
4th: 17.44 BEAN (36.26 satoshi or $0.002738)
5th: 174.38 BEAN (366.21 satoshi or $0.02738)
6th: 1743.77 BEAN (3,662.09 satoshi or $0.2738)

Steem
1st: 0.0004 STEEM (0.66 satoshi or $0.00004944)
2nd: 0.04 STEEM (6.61 satoshi or $0.0004944)
3rd: 0.022 STEEM (36.29 satoshi or $0.00271381)
4th: 0.045 STEEM (74.24 satoshi or $0.0055512)
5th: 0.45 STEEM (742.4 satoshi or $0.055512)
6th: 4.499 STEEM (7,415.13 satoshi or $0.55503)

Verge
1st: 0.017 XVG (1.11 satoshi or $0.0000827)
2nd: 0.17 XVG (11.05 satoshi or $0.0008269)
3rd: 0.85 XVG (55.25 satoshi or $0.00414)
4th: 1.7 XVG (110.5 satoshi or $0.008272)
5th: 16.96 XVG (1102.39 satoshi or $0.082544)
6th: 169.56 XVG (11,030.93 or $0.8261)

Bytecoin
1st 0.132 BCN (0.54 satoshi or $0.00004032)
2nd: 1.32 BCN (5.38 satoshi or $0.000403)
3rd: 6.6 BCN (26.92 satoshi or $0.00202)
4th: 13.2 BCN (53.93 satoshi or $0.00403)
5th: 132.01 BCN (539.31 satoshi or $0.04036)
6th: 1320.06 BCN (5,392.96 satoshi or $0.4035)

Siacoin (Officially, the code is SC)
1st: 0.037 SIA (0.75 satoshi or $0.00005627)
2nd: 0.37 SIA (7.52 satoshi or $0.0005627
3rd: 1.85 SIA (37.61 satoshi or $0.002816)
4th: 3.69 SIA (75.04 satoshi or $0.005616)
5th: 36.95 SIA (751.40 satoshi or $0.05624)
6th: 369.49 SIA (7,513.82 satoshi or $0.5624)

So, based on the numbers above, we can say that we can earn higher amount of money by collecting some coins and lower with others. Here is the order from the highest to the lowest.

Verge > Dogecoin > Tron > Digibyte > Siacoin > Steem > Litecoin > Bytecoin > Bean Cash

Since, we can only claim from this once a day, I suggest picking from one of the highest.

I have to say that we can get the higher group of prize easier on this. Other similar programs with this lucky number mechanism will start the first group with about 9800 or so lucky numbers.

However, on TheCryptoFaucet.com, with the same lucky numbers, we can get up to the 4th group of reward. I did get that 4th group several times since I started using this. Still, most of the time it is still the first group.

For the worst case scenario, we will only get the lowest group. That means the daily earning rate would be between 0.37 satoshi per day up from Bean Cash to 1.11 satoshi from Verge. The 4th group for Verge offers up to about 110 satoshi per day.

Is that a good earning rate? Well, one way to find out is by making a simple comparison with similar programs. Here are some 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 to 30 satoshi at this time per claim every hour as the base reward. For a day, we can get like 600 satoshi or about the same as 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

Freedoge.co.in, their sister site, no longer offering their faucet, used to offers like 0.08 DOGE per hour per claim or like 2.5 Bitcoin satoshi. For a day, we can get like 60 satoshi from this or about the same as 4th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

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. For a day, this one offers the same as about the 3rd group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

Ethereum-faucet.org and their group, used to offers like 5 satoshi in Bitcoin per 4 hour. For a day, we can get like 30 satoshi from this or about the same as the 3rd group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

ClaimFreeCoins.io, 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. This is a very unlikely scenario, but if we keep claiming from this the whole day, we can even get the same as the highest group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

Free-Litecoin.com and their group, each as hourly faucet can give altcoins about 1,262 litoshi or in Bitcoin around 8 satoshi at this time. For a day that is like 192 satoshi or about between the 4th and 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

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. That daily limit is about between the 4th and 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

DailyFreeBits.com, also used to give contant amount but only 3 satoshi every hour at this moment, which could go less thanks to dynamic price. For a day, we cen get like 72 satoshi or about the same as the 4th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

BestChange.com, has a faucet feature, give around 15 satoshi in average per hour. Assuming the number is right, which is depends on luck, that is like the lowest possible amount of the 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

Bitcoinsfor.me, as a 5 minute faucet, at this time, I can only get like 4 free claims per day each with 5 satoshi. Based on their explanation about the internal currency, we should get even less than that. So, for a day from this, the earning rate is about the same as the 3rd group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

3BTC.org can give like 0.12 DOGE as the base reward per claim per hour or in BTC about 4 satoshi as the base reward. That is about the same as the 4th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

DigiTask.ru, also no timer and no limit faucet can give like 0.12 DOGE per claim or about 4 Bitcoin satoshi. Another unlikely scenario, but for a day from this we can actually get about the same as the highest possible reward from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

PurseFaucets.com, a 10 minutes faucets, can give like 1 Bitcoin satoshi per claim or up to 6 satoshi per hour and up to 144 satoshi per day. For a daily rate, we can get about the 4th group of TheCryptoFaucet.com.

Monitocoin.com, 2 hour faucet, can give 15 Bitcoin satoshi per claim or 7.5 Bitcoin satoshi per hour. For a day, we can get like 180 satoshi or about between the 4th and 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

FireFaucet.win, an auto faucet, at this time, with maximum bonus, can give like between 6 to 8 Bitcoin satoshi per hour. So, assuming we can get the bonus, for a day, we can get like 192 satoshi or about between the 4th and the 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

DogeFlip.tk, a 2 hour faucet, used to offer like 0.04 Doge per hour or like 1 Bitcoin satoshi per hour or up to 24 satoshi per day. That is like the lowest of 3rd group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

QweroFaucet.com, an hour faucet, offers like just 1 Bitcoin satoshi per hour. That is the highest but almost impossible to achieve. Obviously, TheCryptoFaucet.com or any other faucet can win over this.

BitGame / Sato.host, used to offer like 200 satoshi per day or 10 per claim for 20 times. For a day rate that is about the same between the 4th and 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

BitsFree.net, another hourly faucet, offers like 15 satoshi per hour as the base prize. For a day we can get like 360 satoshi or about the lowest possible amount of the 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

4miner.me, another hourly faucet with multiple faucets, offers like 17 satoshi in average per hour from the Bitcoin faucet only, 36 satoshi if we use all of the faucets. With just Bitcoin faucet for a day, we can get like 400 satoshi or about the same as the 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

FreeDGB.com, another hourly faucet, offers like 0.03 DGB or in Bitcoin it is like 2 satoshi per hour. For a day we can get like 48 satoshi or about the same as the 3rd group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

Lolifuu.com, another faucet with no timer but 100 daily claim limit, used to offer like about 4 satoshi per claim or 400 per day. This is about the same as the 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

TakeBitco.in and their group, we can get like 8 satoshi in average per 30 minutes claim just one faucet without the bonus. For a day, we can get like 384 satoshi or about the same as the 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

ES Faucet, a lump sum claim faucet, which we can earn from 5 minutes, offering 13 different coins, can give like 2 satoshi after an hour waiting per faucet as the base reward, no bonus. For 24 hour waiting time, we can get about 9 satoshi per faucet or 108 in total. That is about the same as 4th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

GoldenFreeSatoshi.ru, a 5 hour faucet, can give us like 20 satoshi as well as the base reward and with shortlinks, we can even get extra 8 satoshi. For a day, we can get like 80 satoshi from this, or about the same as the fourth group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

O-Bitman.com, an hourly faucet, used to offer like 20 satoshi per hour. For a day we can get like 480 satoshi or about the same as the 5th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

TopTap.website, an auto faucet, could offer like 6 satoshi per hour. For a day we can get like 144 satoshi or about the same as the 4th group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

CoinsKing.club, another auto faucet which we can get up to about 80 satoshi per day. That is about the same as the 3rd group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

FreeBitcoin.io, an hourly faucet, can offer like 2 satoshi per hour. That is like 48 satoshi per day or about the same as the 3rd group from TheCryptoFaucet.com.

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.

Comment and Suggestion

First, the earning rate. TheCryptoFaucet.com is like a gamble. Either we get high enough or about the lowest earning rate faucet.  As I said, getting the up to 3rd or even 4th group of reward will happen once in a while.

Compared to others, the earning rate from TheCryptoFaucet.com may not be the top. However, we only need to do this once. As we can see that from most programs, even though theoretically, we can get higher it will require multiple claims. Not to mention, the claiming process can include visiting a shortlink at least.

Of course, there are those that we can claim relatively very easy, but claiming for the whole day, like every minute or even 30 seconds is very unlikely. Maybe there are crazy people who would do it for a day but not for daily thing.

On the other hand, there are those who don’t have time to wait for timer, but they can spend a time within a day to do it. For those people this would be a good alternative.

Since they don’t reset the timer based on the last time we claim, exactly 24 hours, we can actually claim like once every 2 days. Well, technically two times but one right before the server reset time and one right after.

If we can do that, we can skip the next day and repeat on the one right after.

Then about the currency choice. As we can see from the number above, we can easily choose which coins to collect and to avoid. However, from the past experience, it is possible that they could run out of funds for specific coins, including Dogecoin.

When that happens, we can’t claim and we need to choose the other or we would be losing a claim. So, I suggest we should choose two with another one just in case.

It has been a while though but it could happen again in the future. Maybe claiming right after the reset time can prevent that but I’m not sure. On the other hand, this might be the reason for server load at that time, and we will have problems to access their website.

I know that Verge might give us higher amount from the faucet but what we need to consider as well is how easy we can sell that coin. As long as we know how, then go for that coin. Otherwise, go for the more popular and acceptable one like Dogecoin.

The last thing to consider is the minimum to withdraw. We can probably reach the minimum sooner with one coin than the others. More about this on later section.

For reminder, the moment we click on CLAIM COINS on the page where we can choose currency, we will reset our setting for main currency, even though we don’t actually claim that coins. This will affect the chosen currency we are going to get paid with, assuming we want to earn from their other earning features or from the referral features.

The two of these will be discussed further on the next section.

If we want to switch again but we just recently claimed the faucet and can’t wait until the next claim, we can change the settings again by accessing our profile. Click on the username at the top right corner of the website and from the drop down menu, click on BALANCE.

On that page, click on the green SET MAIN button from the same row as the currency we want to get paid with. Remember that TheCryptoFaucet.com doesn’t actually have their own exchanger feature within the website. So, choosing the wrong coins might give us trouble.

Based on the info from another forum, TheCryptoFaucet.com initially offered a 4 hour faucet. Then they changed into a 12 before the current once a day.

Offers / Offerwalls

TheCryptoFaucet.com actually has another earning options for members. From the second menu at the top of their website, we can click on EARN (NAME OF THE COINS) menu right beside the faucet menu.

There will be 4 drop down menus for offerwalls or offer. The last one, INVITE FRIENDS will be discussed further on next section, REFERRAL / AFFILIATE program.

As we can see there are 4 main categories of offers that we can find and try to complete the given tasks, SURVEYS, VIDEO, TYPING, and other OFFERS. The last one is just for other type of task but currently they have another survey as well.

Basically these are all 3rd party programs and TheCryptoFaucet.com is just a host that displays them or act as browser to access the task provider websites. For surveys, there are 6 providers, one for each video, type, and the offers.

Below is the list of providers that available at this time.

Survey: TapResearch, Adscend Adwall, OfferToro, Wannads, OfferDaddy, Pollfish
Video: Adwall Video
Typing: Type is Money
Other Offers: PeanutLabs (Survey)

So, apparently, TheCryptoFaucet.com doesn’t put each of them in the right category. Hopefully this doesn’t confuse anyone.

Usually all of these can be categorized into one OFFERWALLS. We can then choose the providers and any type of tasks they are offering. One provider can even offer more than one type of tasks.

As we can see from the next picture, there are tabs for each offer providers. Then right below it is the window to display their website. Their website is then has their own categories of tasks.

In this picture below, TheCryptoFaucet.com display the offerwalls from Adscend Adwall. As we can see, even though TheCryptoFaucet.com place them in their survey category, Adscend Adwall also has Video tab, Sign Up tab, then Mobile app tabs.

So, we can check out each of the providers and see if they have other type of task beside the one assigned to them by TheCryptoFaucet.com.

How does it work?

What we need to do is we choose the task and try to complete them. For survey, we answer a series of questionnaire, for video we usually just have to watch and for type task, we need to look at a picture and type them.

Each task will grant us reward after completing them. Depending on the difficulty, one offer can be very hard but very rewarding.

We will get some credit, which will be converted immediately to the chosen coins from our TheCryptoFaucet.com settings as the main currency. Since this will be like a job, so there will be some target we need to achieve before our work can be considered as done and they will pay.

If we do the task wrong, obviously they will not pay. Most of them will have manual check, so we might have to wait for awhile before we get the credit.

As I have mentioned before, these are a 3rd party program. TheCryptoFaucet.com has no control of the tasks, so if we have problem and want to complain, we have to contact the providers directly.

Typing is Money

Usually, I’m not really into discussing about offerwalls. However, this is the first time I found a typing task, so I’m going to discuss about it more. Typing is Money is the name of the provider.

What I can tell you is that we will be given a slice of picture with words on it which we will have to type. For example, the picture is about a hand written address and we need to put the data into a digital one by typing again.

Depending on how clear the picture is, and how long the words on it, the task can be very easy or time consuming. They will count the work per picture and only the ones we do it right. Below is the screenshot after we enter the task.

Since the data is a bit confidential, I can’t share further about the actual task. What we can see from the picture above, at the bottom is the example of mistakes. Before we get to the actual task, we will have a series of training first, or like a warm up, in case we forget some of the rules.

There will be some guide or tutorial on how to use it so it will be very easy for anyone to use it. However, the task is not always available. They will tell us to check again later time.

Just as an example, I tried this once and I did like 9 works from them. About four or five of them were considered as correct and I got like 1.51 Dogecoin for this. It took me about half an hour and I can get the same amount as the 3rd group prize of their faucet.

Comment and Suggestion

I have to admit that offers or offerwalls can be a good earning option, much better than from the faucet. However, I’m not a big fan of offerwalls. Why?

For starters, not everybody will have access for the tasks. Most of them, especially with the high paying ones are not universal. They have minimum background requirements before any user can participate.

For example, survey is probably the highest paying type of task. Most of them can only be accessed by people from certain location, maybe those from US or Europe. So, any user not from that region will not be able to participate.

Even if I found one that even use my native language, it doesn’t mean I can’t participate right away either. They might have more requirements than that like we have to be a consumer of certain product because that was the survey is all about, finding out more information for their consumer, not just anybody.

The next type of task that can have high paying is probably the video task. The task is rather easy, we just need to load and watch the video. However, in order for the task giver to make revenue they have to rely on ads.

If they don’t have any ads to display because they ads are not suitable for people from certain location, that viewer won’t get paid. This is why, in general, we need to find the universal task that anybody can have access to them.

In this case, a paid to click kind of task is the one anybody can complete. However, the reward is very low and there are very limited provider will offer that kind of task. Unfortunately, there is none on TheCryptoFaucet.com.

Even if there are some, these providers are probably offer their service on another host as well. So, if we use multiple programs like TheCryptoFaucet.com that has offerwalls and display the same provider, we will eventually find the same one on both.

From what I know, if we already completed the task on one host, we will not be able to complete them again on the other host. Which is why those offerwalls will forbid any user for using VPN or proxy. Be careful not to try completing at the same time.

Fortunately, for TheCryptoFaucet.com, they have a unique one, the typing task. At least, so far this is the first one to offer that. And I think, they are rather universal, at least for those who can read and type in English or Latin based language. I’m not sure if they have task for Chinese or Russian letter.

So, we can rely on this one at least. However, they also don’t have that many tasks available. At least, if someone is up to do the task, it can help them reach the minimum funds to withdraw faster. Just don’t forget to set the right currency first.

That is the idea of offerwalls. Instead of those provider create their own currency or credit that can only be used on their website, they integrate with another program or host like TheCryptoFaucet.com. This way any user can collect just one credit or funds and they can withdraw their earning faster or spend them for other features from the host.

Unfortunately, TheCryptoFaucet.com doesn’t offer any feature to spend our earnings. We can only withdraw. No risk, but there is a problem to it. More about this later.

Referral / Affiliate Program

Referral feature is another earning option directly from TheCryptoFaucet.com. Unlike offerwalls, which we have to wait for the 3rd party program to pay TheCryptoFaucet.com and then they pay us.

As I said before what we can get from TheCryptoFaucet.com or any faucet program is actually very low. They are just pennies and some people might think they are not worth the time.

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

What we need to do to earn this commission is we invite other people to join the program and let those people use the service. In this case, the program is TheCryptoFaucet.com and the service is to claim the faucet, earn free money.

As a referrer we will get some percentage of the invited people’s earning. It’s true that the earning will be even lower then. However, we can earn it passively without the need for us to claim from the faucet ourselves.

Moreover, that is just from one claim of one referral. The more referrals we have and the more claim they do will add the commission for us. In theory, with unlimited number of referrals, we can get unlimited income.

How does it work?

Like any online program offering an affiliate or referral commission, each member will get a unique link with their ID attached to it, called referral link or ref link. This one below is mine for TheCryptoFaucet.com.

https://www.thecryptofaucet.com/?r=15504

If anybody click on that link and join the program, they will become my referral. And if they use the service, claim from TheCryptoFaucet.com faucet, I will get 50% of their earning as commission.

What we need to do is to share this link to anybody on any online platform we use. The platform can be our social media accounts, forums, group messengers for family or friends, or on blog and website that we own. It could be anywhere we can share it and the public has access, like even on Google Doc.

To find our own link, we need to access their INVITE FRIENDS page on TheCryptoFaucet.com. We can click on the second menu, CLAIM DOGECOINS or whichever the currency we choose and find the last menu from the drop down.

Alternatively, if we click on the username at the top right corner of the website, we can also find INVITE FRIENDS menu there. This will take us to the page like the previous image above.

On that page as well, we can copy the link manually or we can use the share button to share via Facebook or Twitter account if we use. There will be some data or statistic about the referral and the commission we get from their activity.

Unfortunately, it seems that they don’t provide other tools for member to use like promotional banners. But the link is the essential.

Remember that we will get paid with the currency we choose, not based on the referral’s. From the drop down menu of the username, click on BALANCE to set the currency as the main one. Getting paid with the wrong currency will give us trouble later.

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 TheCryptoFaucet.com 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 TheCryptoFaucet.com for a little bit.

Comment and Suggestion

Well, first, the commission rate is very high 50%. This is probably one of the highest. Most similar programs usually offer lower like 15%, 10% or even 5%. Some even offer nothing at all.

However, how much exactly is that? Since the faucet mechanism is based on luck, we can get very low or very high depending on the lucky number the referral get.

The base prize will give us like 1 satoshi worth of chosen coins. Some coins even less than that. Then we will get like half of it.

Maybe it’s a good thing they don’t actually offer Bitcoin because we won’t be able to get lower than 1 satoshi as the lowest. By using the altcoins with lower price than Bitcoin, that 50% means something, as it could build up some smaller digits.

But again, choose the coin we want to collect as our main currency, regardless of ther referral’s choice. Please also consider the minimum to withdraw for that coin. More on that later.

Unfortunately, TheCryptoFaucet.com doesn’t offer commission from other earning options like offerwalls. So, if our referrals don’t care about the faucet at all but they are actively earn from completing offerwalls, we won’t get anything.

At least this is a good program since they will keep some data and that referrals will be ours as long as they keep using the same account. Other programs might not even keep any data about referrals.

On that kind of programs, the referral will only generate income if they access the page from our link specifically. If they access directly, we won’t even get anything.

Here, on TheCryptoFaucet.com, we can find out who our referral is and how active they are. A better program like FreeBitco.in even offers a way to share back our commission to the referral. This will give some incentive for the referral to keep using the service.

We can still do that here but we have to set it manually and using another platforms. Using micro wallet service, for example, but we need to ask them to open account and their account info so we can transfer the funds. This could help them receive the coins faster.

Another good thing is that TheCryptoFaucet.com at least provide some share button. A copy button would be better so we can use it on other platforms, not limited to just two.

Be careful while copying the link. Make sure to always double check. Missing just one character or digit means losing a potential income source. If it helps, remember the last digit of our ID at the end of the link.

TheCryptoFaucet.com may not offer any promotional banners. They can be helpful but, in general, I wouldn’t recommend anybody to use even if there is.

Some people consider those banners as another ads which they might hate. They say that the best way to share would be to use the link within a sentence. This will generate a better conversion rate.

If we still want to use banners for paid advertisement, I suggest designing one for ourselves. This way, the banners would be unique and only we can use it. People might think those banners as another, new program, easier to attract them.

I have to say that the referral features from TheCryptoFaucet.com may not be bad. However, any good referral program will rely heavily on the main feature. If the referral is not willing to use the service, there is no point on having 50% commission.

But still, the potential for passive income is there. It is not impossible for the owner to change their main feature in the future.

Balance, Main Coin Setting, Withdraw

After all the earnings and claiming the faucet from TheCryptoFaucet.com, the next question would be how to withdraw the funds. The only payment method is to send the payment directly to our cryptocurrency wallet.

There will be some minimums before we can submit a withdraw request alongside the transaction fee. We can only see the balance of the main coin from the dashboard, right beside the username with the avatar logo at the top right corner.

We can check the balance for other coins by accessing the BALANCE page from the drop down menu after clicking on our username. On that page as well we can change the currency as the main one. Below is the picture of that page.

After choosing the right currency, to withdraw, we can click on the balance at the top, right between the coin’s logo and our username. This will send us to the withdrawing page, as shown on the second picture above.

Alternatively, from the first drop down menu below the username, we can also click the balance of the coins.

They will immediately set the maximum amount to withdraw, subtracted for the fee. We can set it lower if we want.

After that, we can fill in the wallet address for that currency. If this is the first time we use that wallet address on TheCryptoFaucet.com, there will be warning. So, if we actually use the same one but we miss one of the character, we will know from that warning. Double check again before submitting.

After the request, they will send us a confirmation via email. We need to click the link in that email to confirm. Unfortunately, there is no canceling link. So, if we make a wrong request, we probably need to send an email back to them to cancel it. We can just reply that email since they use the same address as the support, support@thecryptofaucet.com.

Double check again before confirming, cancel it if we must. After clicking on the link, we will be back to TheCryptoFaucet.com and the page will say that the payment will be sent soon.

How long before we get the money to our wallet depends on the wallet we use and the network for that coins. The website says that it could take up to an hour.

Withdraw Details

Here is the detail for each coins, their minimum, the fee, and the minimum to reach without fee. I also include the faucet base reward and how many claims we need to reach the lowest minimum.

The exchangers listed here are those suggested by TheCryptoFaucet.com. They are 3rd party programs and those are just links with TheCryptoFaucet.com referral links.

I haven’t tried any of those exchangers at this moment but I think there are others that we can use as well. Not just what they suggested.

Dogecoin
Minimum amount: 3.00 DOGE
Transaction Fee: 1.00 DOGE
Minimum without Fee: 200.00 DOGE
Faucet Base Reward: 0.03 DOGE (100 claims)
Exchanger: Bittrex, Poloniex, Yobit

Digibyte
Minimum amount: 1.20 DGB
Transaction Fee: 0.20 DGB
Minimum without Fee: 40.00 DGB
Faucet Base Reward: 0.009 DGB (134 claims)
Exchanger: Kucoin, Bittrex, Poloniex, Yobit

Litecoin
Minimum amount: 0.0021 LTC
Transaction Fee: 0.0001 LTC
Minimum without Fee: 0.1 LTC
Faucet Base Reward: 0.000001 LTC (2100 claims)
Exchanger: Binance, Kucoin, Bibox, Bittrex, Yobit

Bean Cash
Minimum amount: 2.20 BEAN
Transaction Fee: 0.20 BEAN
Minimum without Fee: 40.00 BEAN
Faucet Base Reward: 0.174 BEAN (13 claims)
Exchanger: Bittrex, Yobit

Bytecoin
Minimum amount: 3.00 BCN
Transaction Fee: 1.00 BCN
Minimum without Fee: 200.00 BCN
Payments to CoinPayments.net wallet Unavailable
Faucet Base Reward: 0.132 BCN (23 claims)
Exchanger: Binance, Poloniex

Siacoin
Minimum amount: 1.20 SC
Transaction Fee: 0.20 SC
Minimum without Fee: 40.00 SC
Faucet Base Reward: 0.037 SC (33 claims)
Exchanger: Binance, Bittrex, Poloniex

Steem
Minimum amount: 0.03 STEEM
Transaction Fee: 0.01 STEEM
Minimum without Fee: 1.00 STEEM
Payments to CoinPayments.net wallet Unavailable
Payments to Bittrex Deposit Address Unavailable
Faucet Base Reward: 0.0004 STEEM (75 claims)
Exchanger: Binance, Bittrex, Poloniex

Tron
Minimum amount: 1.20 TRX
Transaction Fee: 0.20 TRX
Minimum without Fee: 40.00 TRX
Faucet Base Reward: 0.004 TRX (300 claims)
Exchanger: Binance, Kucoin, Bibox, Bittrex, Yobit

Verge
Minimum amount: 0.6 XVG
Transaction Fee: 0.30 XVG
Minimum without Fee: 60.00 XVG
Faucet Base Reward: 0.017 XVG (36 claims)
Exchanger: Binance, Bittrex, Yobit

Comment and Suggestion

As we can see from the numbers above, we can withdraw the coins sooner if we choose one over the others with just the faucet claim and not earning from offerwalls. The least is Bean Cash as we can reach with just 13 claim, all with the base reward.

The longest one would be Litecoin, as we need about 2,100 claims, assuming we get very unlucky and only get the base reward. However, we have to remember as well that we will get lower amount per claim if we choose Bean Cash, the lowest actually.

The best choice, based on these data is probably Verge. They give us the highest amount per claim, and we need only about 36 claims and that is with just the base reward.

However, another thing to consider is what are we going to do with that coins? If we really want to invest, keep collecting, and pretty sure that the price of that coin will go very high in the future, then sure, we can collect them.

But, if we want to exchange them, either to fiat money or more popular coins like Bitcoin, they might not be the best choice. If we have and can use any exchanger account mentioned above for the chosen coin, and we can make sure that we can trade them and get money back, then go for it.

Honestly, I haven’t tried any of those yet at this time. Which is why I stick to Dogecoin as they are easier to trade. Even some wallet offers to convert them automatically.

I think we need to consider other platforms to trade those coins. For example, the micro wallet ExpressCrypto.io offers user to trade Dogecoin, Digibyte, Tron, Bytecoin, and Litecoin. Also, I think some coins may not work because they use different type of wallet and they can’t send to the deposit address, so please check them out first before actually sending.

Another option would be CoinPayments.net. They accept Litecoin, Bean Cash, Digibyte, Dogecoin, Steem, Tron and Verge. However, we can only convert Litecoin, Dogecoin, Tron and Verge there. We also need to remember that some convertion is not two ways and each will have different set of pairing.

Another alternative would be AllCoins.pw, a faucet with exchanger feature. They accept Litecoin, Digibyte, Dogecoin, Tron and we can easily trade any coins with a fee.

Here are some other platforms that has been reported to accept those coins for exchange, as addition to the suggested list. For the record, I also haven’t tried any of these yet, but we can give it a try just in case. I think there are more programs out there, maybe I will update somewhere on my website in the future.

Crex24: Dogecoin, Bytecoin, Digibyte, Litecoin, Tron, Verge
Exmo: Dogecoin, Litecoin, Tron
BitForex: Dogecoin, Litecoin, Tron

The last thing about withdrawing any cryptocurrencies via the network to wallet. I think we shouldn’t withdraw or send any payment as little as possible because this is going to hurt us later.

The network fee will go high and it is possible the fee can go even higher than the amount we have in our wallet. When that happens, we can’t send the money or even if we can, we will pay a lot of fee.

Unlike conventional, digital fiat money transfer, with cryptocurrency, we will be sending a block of data not just transferring the amount. Each time we send a data to the network, they will have some minimum size of data regardless of the amount.

The bigger the data will increase the fee. With more transactions, even just sending the same amount over and over again can build up the data and the fee.

So, sending let’s say 100 Dogecoin in one transaction may have lower fee than sending 2 transactions each with 50 Dogecoin. The total amount will be the same but the fee is different.

In the case of TheCryptoFaucet.com, it is better to withdraw more than the minimum. Just as an example, that 3 Dogecoin is probably too little. We need at least like 50 Dogecoin per transaction. That 200 for no fee is probably a good number to reach.

However, this will add even more claims before we can withdraw. I guess collecting Verge might be a better option. But still, we need to reach higher than 0.6 XVG (the minimum), preferably 60 or even more for no fee.

Whichever coins we choose, always consider first, how long before we can reach from the earning option, and second the wallet platform that accept them and can exchange.

Make sure we can receive that with less fee to our wallet, even after the exchange. Some exchanger platforms may also have the minimum requirements before they can accept any deposit. Sending less means losing money.

Then there will be some fee to transfer again from that exchanger platforms, back to our wallet. Make sure we consider that in our calculation.

Conclusion

TheCryptoFaucet.com, as the name suggest is a faucet program that offers multiple cryptocurrency. However, we can only claim once a day and just one coin not one per currency.

They use a server reset time, not using a 24 hour since the last claim. So, technically, if we claim right before and after the reset time, we can claim like once (two claims) every 2 days.

At this time they offer up to 9 different altcoins. We can choose one as the main so any earning from other earning option will be paid with that coin.

The faucet is the main feature and they use the roll and lucky number mechanism. Each claim will give us different amount based on the currency we choose so with the right coins we can earn more and reach the minimum to withdraw faster.

At this time the lowest one is Bean Cash and the highest one is Verge. The problem is that they don’t actually offer a built in exchanger features on their platforms. So, while choosing the coin, we also need to consider how to receive that to our wallet.

The lowest reward at this time, from the base prize of the faucet is worth like 1 Bitcoin satoshi or less. The highest possible reward, we can get up to about 11,000 satoshi.

Since we can only claim once a day, that is the daily earning rate as well, which makes this as probably one of the faucet with lowest earning rate. However, even though they use the same lucky number mechanism, the rewards grouping are not the same.

We can still get higher group of reward up to the 3rd or 4th group easier on TheCryptoFaucet.com than other similar programs. This kind of faucet is good for people who doesn’t have much time everyday to wait and claim multiple times, even though they can use other programs with better rate.

The claiming process is not that hard. We just need to get through a couple of pages, and click on one ads without any pop up. There was a time when we have to solve captcha before we can roll the faucet for lucky number, but at this time there are none.

The problem would be it is rather hard to connect to their server to load the page. Another problem is that they could run out of funds for certain coins. Which is why we need to collect at least two, one for back up.

Offerwalls are another earning options here but we can mostly get survey and video task. One unique task that we can find only on TheCryptoFaucet.com is the typing task, relatively easy and universal as long as they can read and type Latin based language.

These offerwalls can give us better earning rate than the faucet. However, for some people they might not have access and even if they do, the tasks are very limited.

TheCryptoFaucet.com also offer referral commission which we can get 50% of the referral’s earning but from faucet only. They provide us with links, share button and statistic about the referrals as the tools.

To withdraw, they don’t use any micro wallet service. Some coins can have very low minimum to withdraw but it is not recommended to just withdraw as soon as possible. Each coins will also have another minimum for free of charge withdraw.

Obviously, we can’t just rely only using this faucet program to earn but it’s not really a bad one to add as income source.

If you still consider this as another opportunity for income source, you can start earning by creating account with TheCryptoFaucet.com via this link. It’s FREE to use. Collecting Verge is probably the best choice from here.

Final Word

As I mentioned before that what we can get from TheCryptoFaucet.com 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 TheCryptoFaucet.com. 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 faucet from TheCryptoFaucet.com. 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, TheCryptoFaucet.com. 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.

4 Replies to “TheCryptoFaucet.com Review”

  1. Hello Mark. Thanks for this review, I also would like to own a website and become a blogger too. I checked into your link and saw the site was wealthy affiliate heard of it number of times but can’t sign up. Country restrictions. ..just wish it could be lifted or something….but I could also try your other links of affilate program…thanks

    1. Hi, Gena. Thank you for stopping by.

      While Wealthy Affiliate does offer hosting for our website, I don’t use their platform for that. I use local hosting service because they are cheaper than WA. I need to pay like $30 to $50 per month with WA while with the same amount of money that is the hosting fee for a year or even two if they offer some first time discount.

      With WA, we are paying for the community support and probably the coach to teach us how to start and build a business. If you only want to have a website and become a blogger, I don’t think you need WA. You can buy a domain name and pay the hosting service like Bluehost or other.

      Or for free website, we can try WordPress.com, Blogger, maybe Wix, Tumblr or Medium.com but those are if you are still not sure about blogging long term. If you are ready for long term commitment, I recommend doing the self hosted website.

      If what you are looking for is the lesson from WA to start and grow a business from blogging, I think we can find the information or training for free from other websites or blog. Usually we still need to setup the website ourselves.

      I can share with you my affiliate link from the hosting provider that I use but they are local. I think it’s better if you can find some local providers in your country.

      The truth is, it has been a while since I spent some time in the Wealthy Affiliate platform. I don’t think it is a place for me but I always recommended them because I can learn a lot of things just being in one place, instead of multiple websites. I think other people can use them well, especially those who want to start making money from blogging.

      I’m sorry if this doesn’t help you. But if you need to discuss further about how to start your blog, don’t hesitate to contact me again via email to mark@homeofmark.com. I’m not saying that I can help but I will try.

      Best of luck.

      Mark M.

    1. Hi, Alberto. Thanks for stopping by. I’m sorry but I don’t speak Spanish so I have to translate your comment.

      “It is a site rubbish that does not pay for the coins collected. This site is not worth wasting your time.”

      I agree. If you check the NEWS AND UPDATE section of this article, I stated that the last time I got paid was in May 2020 and they haven’t paid again since. Currently, I’m not using this anymore.

      You can check this article to find out more programs that are currently still paying. Hope this helps.

      Mark M.

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