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BITCOIN FAUCET LIST :


 Faucet  Average Claim  Timer  Ref. %  Surf Pages  Pop Ups  Short Link  Screens  Claim 
 BTC 1  Up to 30  1 Mins   10%   4   YES   YES   Soon..!   CLAIM 
 BTC 2  Up to 45  5 Mins   40%   2   NO   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 3  30  5 Mins   10%   4   NO   YES   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 4  Up to 1000  30 Mins   35%   None   NO   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 5  Up to 30  5 Mins   20%   None   NO   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 6  Up to 30  5 Mins   10%   2   NO   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 7  Up to 25  5 Mins   10%   2   NO   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 8  Up to 100  5 Mins   25%   None   NO   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 9  Up to 1000  5 Mins   10%   None   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 10  40  5 Mins   15%   1   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 11  Up to 50  5 Mins   10%   4   YES   YES   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 12  Up to 30  5 Mins   10%   2   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 13  Up to 30  5 Mins   10%   2   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 14  Up to 30  5 Mins   10%   2   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 15  Up to 333  33 Mins   33%   2   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 16  Up to 500  30 Mins   25%   None   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 17  Up to 300  120 Mins   10%   None   YES   NO   Soon..!  CLAIM 
 BTC 18  Up to 73  5 Mins   10%   3   YES   YES   Soon..!  CLAIM 

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What is Bitcoin?


Bitcoin is a worldwide cryptocurrency and digital payment system called the first decentralized digital currency, since the system works without a central repository or single administrator. It was invented by an unknown programmer, or a group of programmers, under the name Satoshi Nakamoto and released as open-source software in 2009. The system is peer-to-peer, and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. These transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain.

Besides being created as a reward for mining, bitcoin can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. As of February 2015, over 100,000 merchants and vendors accepted bitcoin as payment. Bitcoin can also be held as an investment. According to research produced by Cambridge University in 2017, there are 2.9 to 5.8 million unique users using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them using bitcoin.

Recent Payouts

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12-15-2017 12:33:23
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15 satoshi
12-15-2017 12:09:19
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15 satoshi
12-14-2017 11:34:22
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15 satoshi
12-14-2017 11:04:54
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15 satoshi
12-14-2017 10:19:58
1NMVRLYMbcR2uho82-rChtJrwpomsUxYQKb
15 satoshi
12-14-2017 9:35:06
1NMVRLYMbcR2uho82-rChtJrwpomsUxYQKb
15 satoshi
12-14-2017 9:30:16
1KNTasfvfsUES35Hk-TbTaWXKh5cMc6hEar
15 satoshi
12-14-2017 9:14:07
1KNTasfvfsUES35Hk-TbTaWXKh5cMc6hEar
15 satoshi
12-14-2017 9:01:16
1KNTasfvfsUES35Hk-TbTaWXKh5cMc6hEar
15 satoshi
12-14-2017 9:00:53
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15 satoshi