A lot of crypto enthusiasts are looking for a chance to increase their token holdings for free. Here we have summarized several different ways that you can get free crypto.
Bitcoin faucets are websites that dole out tiny amounts of free cryptocurrency to visitors. Although the amount is tiny, approximately 0.001 BTC, it is a good way for beginners to learn about crypto and test out sending and receiving from a wallet for the first time.
There are platforms that lets users reply to paid messages and complete tasks to earn free tokens. The tasks are simple, typically involving signing up for airdrops and/or a blockchain startup’s newsletter, and you may earn about $1 — $10 according to different platforms or rules.
Another way to get free crypto is to do surveys online. Each survey pays out a different amount of BTC depending on the pool of respondents being targeted. An open survey pays around 25–150 bits each, while a more specialized survey pays around 500–15000 bits each.
Airdrops may be the most popular way to get free crypto. An airdrop is typically part of a marketing campaign for crypto and blockchain startups. A company will give out small amounts of free coin or tokens in exchange for following their social media accounts. The airdrops may be worthless at first but you may get considerable return when there is an increase in its tokenvalue.
Bounty campaigns are also part of marketing promotions that involve liking, retweeting, and sharing content from a project’s social media accounts in exchange for tokens. It is another way for a project to generate buzz and interest. The amount of tokens given out for bounty tasks is usually higher than airdrops, but also more time consuming and challenging.
Social Media and Content Creation Bounties
The more profitable bounties are “content creation” campaigns, which involve writing articles, creating Youtube videos or designing pictures about a project and posting them online. The content bounties pay the best (often several hundred dollars for a high quality piece) but they are also the most time-consuming. Moreover, they are more feasible for those who have a good knowledge about blockchain technology and strong professional skills.
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