FieldBitcoins is another faucet that’s been around for a while now, paying on time to thousands of happy users for a few months now! In the world of timed faucets, FieldBitcoins stands very close behind MoonBit in terms of the quality of the service offered. It’s not immediately apparent if FieldBitcoins is an official sister site of MoonBit, or a clone – but if it is a copy, it’s a good one!
The claims rates are as follows:
As you can see there is a 10% bonus for Xapo payouts which is fair – and the claims go through instantly!
For shame! 22 days with no claims! Don’t forget about FieldBitcoins like I did!
While this is slightly lower than MoonBit and even Jetco.in, it’s still a very reasonable set-and-forget timed faucet, and definitely deserves your attention – it also features a massive 50% referral commission on all claims!
Join FieldBitcoins now!
QoinMicro is a cool new Faucetbox based site that launched very recently and I’m proud to introduce to you! It offers clean, keyboard free claims from between 601-700 satoshi per hour! Despite the large number of 1000+ satoshi faucets, I think these rates are still very reasonable!
QoinMicro is based on the MicroFaucet script, employed by a number of sites and favoured for its clean, fast appearance and ease of use. The site is protected by Funcaptcha and is steadily growing into a popular, quality faucet!
QoinMicro is essentially idiot proof, insert your BTC address, login and claim! Cashout is instant and there is no thresholds, your satoshi will arrive in your Faucetbox instantly. Unless you’re an idiot..
zzBitcoin is a brand new Faucetbox faucet based on the MiniFaucet script. It originally offered rewards of 1500 satoshi every 59 minutes, before rather confusingly changing to a 12 hour claim period (perhaps due to rapid uptake during the first few days).
zzBitcoin has since rebalanced their rewards and timer, now offering 1000 satoshi every 30 minutes up to a jackpot of 500,000 satoshi! It remains to be seen whether this is a sustainable amount for the admin (who I have tried to contact via email, to no avail) to maintain.
That being said, I have successfully cashed out my earnings without any trouble at all:
The site is smooth and easy to use, although I do have some criticism – firstly referrals aren’t visible and also the commission is an unknown amount (it was 50%) – that aside, this zzBitcoin is proving to be a very popular site and is featured site on my faucets at present.
AquaBitcoin is a new faucet from the long-running Greenbitco.in team which launched earlier in October. The faucet offers a minimum reward of 700 satoshi and a jackpot prize of 200,000 satoshi! The faucet operates on the Faucetbox platform and has gotten off to a solid start.
AquaBitcoin is protected by Funcaptcha and a unique anti-bot system that requires users to click 3 links in a specific order before they can claim. This is fairly quick and simple and the links aren’t placed anywhere near ads, unlike some of the clickbaiting ‘anti-bot’ links that have appeared in recent months.
Jetco.in offers rates of around 180 satoshi every 15 minutes, up to a maximum of 900 satoshi. While not as high paying as some of the other ‘timed’ style faucets, Jetco.in still offers very reasonable rates for less-frequent faucet users. These claims are adjusted by the admin from time to time.
Jetco.in features a direct payment system which appears to be manually approved and processed by the admin. As of October 2015 this faucet is definitely a paying site! Jetco.in features a generous 20% referral rate and features a nice list of faucet down the right hand column. Definitely worth a look guys, check it out today!
Tim’s Faucet – aka Hentenaar Faucet – is a fresh new faucet that appeared this month in a fairly lowkey manner. Offering a HUGE 1500 satoshi every hour, this faucet is sure to grab your attention if it hasn’t done so already!
The Faucetbox powered faucet piggybacks on a longstanding blog written by Tim and features an incredibly clean, minimalistic interface – perhaps one of the cleanest I’ve seen in a year or so.
Tim’s Faucet offers 1500 satoshi per hour, with zero frills! The site was initially protected by Recaptcha, but now features the increasingly popular Funcaptcha system.
Claims are as simple as they look, enter your address, solve the puzzle and get your satoshi prize! I don’t know what else to say, Tim’s Faucet has exploded onto the scene with the forceful silence of a supernova – and by all accounts, Hentenaar’s Faucet looks set to be around for a while!
I caught up with Tim for a brief chat about his background and a few other Bitcoin related things!
Tim: I’m a computer engineer by trade, but I’ve kept an eye on bitcoin for years. I decided to start my faucet primarily as an experiment and a precursor to another faucet which I’m currently designing
You came out at the ‘head of the pack’ so to speak, offering large rewards – have you encountered any growing pains thusfar?
Tim: By God! That was my intention, after doing my initial market research 😉 Well, the demand has been surprising. I’m paying out 1.5 – 2 mil. satoshi per hour on average, minus the hundred thousand or so I lost to bots thus far in total. The only real growing pain has been ensuring that there’s enough to go around. I never keep more in the faucet than I need for a day.
You mentioned a second faucet – are Bitcoins going to be your main focus, or have any other altcoins piqued your interest?
Tim: I’m mining all sorts of altcoins at the moment, but Bitcoin seems to be the only one that holds appeal for an extended period (litecoin being a close second.)
You actually started your faucet before one of the biggest price movements since earlier in the year, do you anticipate Bitcoin breaking the $300 mark again this year? Any thoughts on the market – or Blockchain – forces affecting Bitcoin’s price?
Tim: I don’t know if it will break $300, but there’s certainly some nice movement going on. It’s going to be fun to watch 😉 There are also more startups this year focused on bitcoin and blockchain-related technology. I for one can’t wait to see what they come up with. Next year we might see some even greater movement in bitcoin.
There’s not much to your faucet, it’s a bit of an enigma – you’ve come out into the scene without the usual Bitcointalk thread, ad banners, bells-and-whistles type entrance – any reason why?
Tim: It’s all part of my strategy. Subtlety can be a more effective tool than trying to land a 747 in the middle of Lake Cumberland for example. My main goals are to provide a stellar user experience and keep my users coming back for more satoshi. Thus far they just keep coming back for more.
What else can I say? Check out Tim’s Faucet now! The Faucet Runner certainly approves