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Free Cryptocurrency Web Wallet

Did you know that FreeBitcoins.com offers free cryptocurrency web wallets for anyone that registers on our exchange? By simply registering an account on FreeBitcoins you will then be able to generate a cryptocurrency wallet for free. Free Bitcoins currently supports 21 different cryptocurrencies:

42Coin
Bitcoin
Bitcoin Cash
Bitcoins SV
Clamcoin
DASH
Digibyte
Dogecoin
Ethereum
Florincoin
Gapcoin
Hive
Litecoin
Mazacoin
Namecoin
Monero
Particl
Qtum
Rhombus
Wownero
ZCash

Users are able to easily deposit and withdraw from their FreeBitcoins wallet without any daily limits. If you deposit 1 Bitcoin, you can withdrawl 1 Bitcoin. No strings attached.

Protect your account with 2fa and other security features. Our security features not only protect you from hackers, but from sneaky-ass friends too!

You can also earn free cryptocurrency from our faucet and those coins will be directly deposited into their account.


By Steven Steiner (BAC)

Steven Steiner is CEO of FreeBitcoins.com, President of MY LLC, & is also known as BayAreaCoins on Bitcointalk.

33 replies on “Free Cryptocurrency Web Wallet”

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