Click Bait Bitcoin Faucet

Welcome to one of the best top paying bitcoin faucet out there. BlindOptimistchic’s Click Bait Bitcoin Faucet !!!

A Bitcoin faucet is a webpage that gives out users a very small amount of Bitcoins every few minutes. This way you can get your first Bitcoins without needing to buy them.

You need to have a bitcoin wallet address and account to claim. Here is a good review of bitcoin wallets. Feel free to select one. Once you have your wallet address, link it to your account. If you don’t know how to link your bitcoin address to FaucetHub account, you can click here for a quick tutorial.

Important Update: Claims are now automatically sent to Faucethub every 20-minute intervals up to 48 hours provided that there were no fraud detected and that you reached minimum payout of 20k satoshis. Change of payout process is due to increase in bitcoin price and due to changes in terms of some of our advertisers. Thank you for understanding. We advise that you check FAQ for further details. You can also check your balance here: CHECK BALANCE

Referral: 100%
Reflink URL Scheme:
Share in facebook, twitter or any social media to enjoy the 100% referral bonus.

Seniority Bonus:
Additional 10% of the claim on the 8th day and will increase by 1% thereafter. Seniority bonus will reset if you did not claim within 5 days.

How to claim your bitcoins in this faucet:
Captcha was changed to Coinhive’s proof of work. It will auto-solve and will take just a few seconds because hash/sec is set at the minimum. Once it shows “verified,” you can already click “Claim Bitcoin.” Make sure you also already entered your bitcoin address in the field below before clicking “Claim Bitcoin.”

IMPORTANT NOTE: We are already providing free bitcoins so any forms of abuse in using this bitcoin faucet will automatically ban the bitcoin address/IP address. Any forms of abuse may include but are not limited to use of TOR, VPN or Proxy connections, as well as ad blockers, fraud, use of multiple address in single IP and other abusive claims that may come up in the future due to innovations. This note is the final warning.

Claim 1 to 50 satoshis every 5 minutes! You can claim 288 times within 24 hours. We will update claim frequency in the near future when necessary.

Chances of Rewards:
46 to 50 satoshis – 0.25%
41 to 45 satoshis – 0.5%
36 to 40 satoshis – 1%
31 to 35 satoshis – 3%
26 to 30 satoshis – 7%
20 to 25 satoshis – 15%
16 to 19 satoshis – 25%
11 to 15 satoshis – 35%
1 to 9 satoshis – 50%
10 satoshis – 90%

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What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: transaction management and money issuance are carried out collectively by the network.

The original Bitcoin software by Satoshi Nakamoto was released under the MIT license. Most client software, derived or “from scratch”, also use open source licensing.

Bitcoin is the first successful implementation of a distributed crypto-currency, described in part in 1998 by Wei Dai on the cypherpunks mailing list. Building upon the notion that money is any object, or any sort of record, accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a given country or socio-economic context, Bitcoin is designed around the idea of using cryptography to control the creation and transfer of money, rather than relying on central authorities.

Why Bitcoins?

Bitcoins are sent easily through the Internet, without needing to trust any third party.
Are irreversible by design
Are fast. Funds received are available for spending within minutes.
Cost very little, especially compared to other payment networks.
The supply of bitcoins is regulated by software and the agreement of users of the system and cannot be manipulated by any government, bank, organization or individual. The limited inflation of the Bitcoin system’s money supply is distributed evenly (by CPU power) to miners who help secure the network.