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Exchange Altcoins To Bitcoin

FreeBitcoins.com is a USA company that maintains a full-serve automated altcoin exchange that allows users to exchange altcoins to Bitcoin safely and easily. Users can trade their Bitcoin to other altcoins as well. Right now, FreeBitcoins.com supports trading for 22 different cryptocurrencies. FreeBitcoins maintains wallets for 42Coin, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoins SV, Chia, Clamcoin, DASH, Digibyte, Dogecoin, Etherium, Florincoin, Gapcoin, Hive, Litecoin, Mazacoin, Namecoin, Monero, Particl, Qtum, Rhombus, Wownero, and ZCash.

Signing up

FreeBitcoins Sign Up Is Fast And Easy
Sign up on FreeBitcoins is extremely fast and noninvasive. Because FreeBitcoins does not support fiat or anything that attempts to act like fiat, FreeBitcoins is not required to KYC customers at this time. This makes the signup process a breeze. Signing up takes around 30 seconds.

We strongly recommend attaching an email account to your account, but it is not required. You will not be able to add an email account later and you will not be able to reset/recover your password if there isn’t an email account attached to your account… this is a security feature, not a flaw.

Funding Your Account

Right now, FreeBitcoins.com exchange accounts can only be funded with cryptocurrency. There are two ways to fund your new FreeBitcoins.com exchange account.

1. Use the FreeBitcoins.com free cryptocurrency faucet. Our faucet will deposit a small amount of cryptocurrency directly into your exchange account.

How to use FreeBitcoins.com faucet to earn cryptocurrency?

After using the faucet. Users should be able to see the free faucet deposit at the bottom of their exchange deposit page located at: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/profile/deposit

How to use FreeBitcoins.com faucet and exchange together?

2. The second way to deposit into your FreeBitcoins exchange account is by using cryptocurrency. We support twenty-two different cryptocurrencies on our deposit page. Click “Generate” on the coin you wish to deposit, then copy and paste the address given. You will see your deposit almost immediately at the bottom of the page. You should not have to refresh the screen or anything to see your deposit or for the confirmations to confirm properly.

How to deposit on FreeBitcoins.com

How to withdrawal from FreeBitcoins.com?

Withdrawal is arguably the most important part of any cryptocurrency trading! It doesn’t matter if you earned 500 Bitcoins and some sketchy altcoin exchange won’t let you withdraw your coins! FreeBitcoins.com is dedicated to the vast majority of our withdrawals being completely automated and instantly.

FreeBitcoins.com allows users to withdraw coins to any cryptocurrency address they want to. This means that FreeBitcoins users can withdraw Bitcoin to Coinbase, Gemini, CashApp, Wasabi Wallet, or any other Bitcoin service they desire and they can do it instantly.

In order to withdraw, simply navigate to the FreeBitcoins exchange withdrawal page located at: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/profile/withdraw

Enter the number of coins you wish to withdraw, the address to wish to withdrawal to, and then your 2fa if 2fa is set on your account. Each coin has a different fee for withdrawing.

A history of your accounts withdrawals is shown at the bottom of this page as well!

How to withdrawal on FreeBitcoins.com
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bitcoin free

Wondering how to earn some bitcoin free? Free Bitcoins has a few great options that may just help you achieve that goal! When you register on the Exchange not only will you get a free cryptocurrency wallet, but you will also gain access to the FreeBitcoins Faucet.

How to start earning bitcoin free to;dr:

1. Register on FreeBitcoins exchange: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/signup

2. Use the FreeBitcoins faucet (your users name is CaSe SenSiTiVe): https://freebitcoins.com/faucet/

3. Check your exchange balance to make sure you received the free coins: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/profile/deposit

You may also find this Youtube video helpful.

What is a cryptocurrency faucet?

A cryptocurrency faucet is an online tool that automatically gives users a small amount of cryptocurrency for free or in exchange for something free such as solving a captcha or puzzle. The first-ever Bitcoin “business” was in fact a cryptocurrency faucet. The owner of the first crypto faucet was a gentleman by the name of Gavin Andresen. Mr. Andresen worked directly with Satoshi for a short period at the beginning of Bitcoin’s birth. Here is the post Mr. Andresen made announcing the first Bitcoin faucet: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=183.0 The faucet only gave 5 whole Bitcoins per hit though…!!!!!!!!!

How can I use the Free Bitcoins faucet to learn how to “cryptocurrency”?

Obtaining Bitcoin while people such as Jack Dorsey and Elon Musks recklessly create market frenzies is a royal pain in the ass. It’s important to know that Bitcoin isn’t the only cryptocurrency that provides the framework for a useable crypto-coin. There are thousands and thousands of cryptocurrencies in the world. You could create your own cryptocurrency today if you wanted, but the question is “whois using it?” The people or groups that use the cryptocurrency is a very important factor in cryptocurrency.

FreeBitcoins offers not only Bitcoin but also 20 other different cryptocurrencies that our users can use. Many of these coins actually give far more free coins through the faucet than our Bitcoin faucet gives. These coins often have much cheaper withdrawal requirements on the exchange due to their networks being much less used than Bitcoin.

Learning how to use cryptocurrency safely is going to be one of the most important lessons you could learn when using a faucet. Try to store 0.1 CLAM on a private key you generated yourself before you dive off the deep end and send 10 Bitcoins into space! Most of the coins on FreeBitcoins use SHA-256, which means that they all share the same private key.

Technically speaking, it is absolutely possible to save a single private key that stores all of your Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Clamcoin, Litecoin, and any other coin on a single key. This is a pretty valuable lesson potentially and there are SO many other lessons you can learn.

Whats are 5 quick lessons the author has learned about cryptocurrency from using free faucets?

  1. Never loan strangers cryptocurrency.
  2. Always try to hold your cryptocurrency private keys. The only exception to this is things that pay interest that make sense. (Just-dice.com and other reputable investment style places.)
  3. Long-term diversification in altcoins or anything cryptocurrency is extremely dangerous.
  4. Don’t trust the media about cryptocurrency. Read the source code. They get paid to report. Use your own brain (or at least try!)
  5. A good investment doesn’t mean something that is already perfect… A good investment is something that has potential. I would recommend helping that something realize its potential after you own a part of it. This is where the big profits sleep in this day and age I believe. Most projects are from 11:58 pm to 12 am on my imaginary D-Day Clock. Here is a good example of a single user accidentally breaking Dogecoins code… you can see users crying about how “DOGE will never have value again” and other such things haha: Dogecoin Reddit Fork Disaster (no worries, dogecoin made it thus far!)
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Is FreeBitcoins faucet legit?

Yes! FreeBitcoins.com faucet is legit. The balances of each faucet can be too low to send, but any faucet with a balance will be usable. You can also check our donations that we have received on any blockchain explorer. The blockchain explorer balance, won’t necessarily match the exact balance, but I believe the single deposit address balance gives donors confidence that their donation will be automatically credited to the balance after the proper amount of confirmations are reached.

We believe that we are the second most stable cryptocurrency faucet on the internet. Currently, I would honestly rank FreeBitco.in as the number one cryptocurrency faucet on the internet. FreeBitcoins.com however, offers many different types of cryptocurrency faucets, but our faucets often have a zero balance. FreeBitco.in has never had a zero balance to my knowledge (huge congrats FreeBitco.in team!)

FreeBitcoins.com unfortunately has had to add a few safeguards to our faucet to protect ourselves against faucet abusers.

1. Your exchange (XChange) account must be 24 hours old. This gives me a chance to check new accounts as they roll in and preban abusers before they get a chance.

2. Your exchange (XChange) account must be protected by 2fa. This reduces your chances of being hacked to zero, but you MUST back your 2fa code up because if you lose your 2fa… you will likely lose your account! Please be careful with this.

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Chia Coin Faucet Will Be Live Tomorrow

FreeBitcoins Chia coin faucet will be live tomorrow. Today we completed our Chia exchange listing, which is the core part of how our faucet works. When the Chia faucet is live tomorrow users will be able to simply have free Chia deposited directly into their FreeBitcoins exchange account.

I will post an update and more instructions tomorrow. Until then… we have plenty of other coins available to be fauceted.

Edit: Live.

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New Faucet Requirements – 2fa + 24 hours old

Today we implemented new faucet requirements on FreeBitcoins.com. XChange accounts must be at least 24 hours old and protected by 2fa in order to use our free cryptocurrency faucet.

This 24 hour period gives our team time to protect ourselves against blatant faucet abusers. If your account is flagged by our team… please open a support ticket and we will review your account.

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Faucet Requires 2fa Xchange Account

In order to use our free Bitcoin and Altcoin faucet, users will now have to protect their FreeBitcoins XChange account with 2fa. Setting 2-factor authentication on your account is extremely easy.

After signing into your XChange account, visit this link: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/profile/security

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Free Bitcoin Exchange

Our faucet allows our free Bitcoin exchange to help you learn how to trade cryptocurrency without the risk of losing any money (if you use the faucet). The faucet will deposit the free cryptocurrency directly into your “XChange” account.

Our exchange only allows you to trade Bitcoin with other altcoins and we do not offer any fiat markets. Trade Bitcoin with Dogecoin or over 15 other altcoins that we think deserve a safe place to be traded.

We currently support Bitcoin markets 42coin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Clamcoin, Dashcoin, Dogecoin, Digibyte, Ethereum, Florincoin, Gapcoin, Litecoin, Mazacoin, Monero, Namecoin, Particl, Qtum, Rhombus, Wownero & Zcash.

This is how you use the faucet:

Step #1: Sign up on FreeBitcoins altcoin exchange (aka XChange): https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/signup

Step #2: Use the faucet using the exact name you registered with on XChange. CaSe SenSitiVe! https://freebitcoins.com/faucet/

Step #3: Wait about 30 seconds and check your account balance or your accounts deposit page: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/profile/balance or https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/profile/deposit

More details about our cryptocurrency exchange can be found at: https://freebitcoins.com/faq

(It should be noted that the exchange does have trading fees. Those fees can be found in the link above. I still consider it free if you strictly use the faucet for trading though!)

Happy trading!

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Free Bitcoin Faucet

FreeBitcoins.com‘s free Bitcoin faucet allows users to earn a small amount of cryptocurrency in exchange for proving that they aren’t a robot. The captcha system we use is our own customer captcha. This allows Tor users to solve a single puzzle and earn their free cryptocurrency… normally Recaptcha is basically unusable for tor users.

You will first need to register an account on our exchange: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/signup

Then enter your username in the FreeBitcoins faucet (solve the captcha at the top first): https://freebitcoins.com/faucet/

You should then be able to see your faucet deposit on your deposit page as well as on your balance page. (these links only work if you’re already signed into your XChange account)

The Bitcoin withdrawal fee is relatively high and would take some time to build a large enough balance, but luckily, there are plenty of altcoins on our exchange at record lows with cheap withdrawals! I recommend checking out CLAMCOIN as an option to withdraw a single faucet hit from our website and learn how to use the blockchain on your own for free without needing testnet coins! Clam directly plugs into Just-dice.com still.

Good luck and have fun!