Paid To Work Bitcoin Sites

Paid To Work Bitcoin Sites



Bitcoin Get: This website is quite similar to Amazon’s Mechanical Turk – you perform small micro-tasks and get paid in Bitcoin. Tasks can range anywhere from taking a survey to finding search engine rankings for a keyword to small translation jobs. Most tasks here are powered by Figure Eight (previously Crowd Flower), which is one of the largest collector of these micro-tasks. Read my full BitcoinGet Review to learn more.

Special Note: Stay away from the ‘Special Offers’ section of this site, even though they may appear lucrative because in most cases you’ll need to give your personal information such as your physical address or phone number to advertisers. There are some Virool Videos in the Videos section at times that pay 30uBTC for 30 seconds of watching a video which can supplement the above tasks.

Payment: Payment is automatic within 24 hours once the account balance reaches 60uBTC.

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21 Tasks: 21, led by the serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist Balaji Srinivasan, is the best funded Bitcoin startup in the world (I am not counting ‘blockchain’ startups). It is no wonder then that the company has great ambitions, including creating true decentralized competitors for existing centralized services. For ordinary folks, there are two ways to earn Bitcoin with 21 – 21 tasks and 21 paid email service. 21 tasks are easy to get started, although not as numerous (currently), but I suspect it will be able to compete with the likes of Amazon’s mechanical turk in the future. 21 paid email service is for ‘unsolicited’ emails where the sender needs to pay you to send you an email. This competes directly with LinkedIn’s InMail service.

Special Note: 21 is rolling out new products, services, and features every few months. Keep an eye out – there should be lots of opportunities to earn some Bitcoin here. Easy things like connecting LinkedIn, or just reading about a few features also gets you Bitcoin – a quick one-time way to get free Bitcoins.

Payment: Payments are in Bitcoin, but may need identity verification.

PaidBooks: This site pays you to read books – for real. You get paid every 10 minutes while reading a fairly large collection of classic books. All the books seem to be in the public domain, so the site can freely pull the content from these books and show it to the people. The site makes money via advertising – while you’re flipping through the pages, you may see a small advertisement in the middle of the text. It’s not a bad distraction. The site is also well organized, and fairly amenable to read, if you’re ok reading books online. Seriously, how can you not like a site that literally pays you to read a book?

Special Note: There is a fairly large collection of books on the site that you can choose from. Just click on ‘next page’ to navigate to the next page. There is also a timer at the bottom that counts down from 10 minutes. Remember that you get paid once every 10 minutes.

Payment: Payment is 800 satoshi every 10 minutes. You will need to click on the ‘Get Paid and Turn to Next Page’ at the bottom of the screen. There is also going to be a captcha to complete.

BitcoinReward: This site contains many third-party online tasks that you can complete and get paid in Bitcoin. This includes everything from Crowdflower tasks to watching videos to completing tasks. The payouts are competitive based on industry standards, and the payments are instantaneous too. Another good feature is that there is no need to create an account – you can just enter your Bitcoin address and get started.
FaucetFM: FaucetFM is a site that pays you to listen to online radio. You have to submit a captcha every 10 minutes, and each time you enter the captcha, you get paid. If you have a good enough internet connection, you can make a decent amount of Bitcoins on the site, assuming you don’t mind listening to an online radio or perhaps just using mute on your computer.

Special Note: If the ads get annoying, just mute your computer! You will need to enter a captcha to get paid, which can be done every 10 minutes.

Payment: Currently, you get paid 400 satoshi every 10 minutes. The withdrawal minimum is 5430 satoshi, so realistically, it will take about 3 hours to reach the minimum payout and get paid. You also get 1 entry for a jackpot along with the payment every 10 minutes. To withdraw, click on ‘Withdraw Here’ and you should be able to see your account balance and withdraw if you have reached the minimum payout.

CoinLearn: A great way to learn more about Bitcoin while also earning Bitcoins at the same time. It’s a nice and simple way to earn Bitcoin – you learn in modules, and when a module is completed, you get paid a certain amount in Bitcoin. This will take time, just to be sure, since the goal is to learn about Bitcoin and spread the word rather than mindlessly clicking on advertiser links or the like. However, if you don’t mind it, the site is definitely good to check out.

Special Note: Make sure you are interested in learning about Bitcoin, or at least curious enough. Modules have a time, and you must spend that time on a learning module before being ‘done’ with it in order to get paid. Be sure that you only finish a module after this amount of time has passed. If you’ve completed a learning module earlier, just let it lay dormant in a browser tab and come back later to finish the module.

Payment: Minimum payout is 100 uBTC and payments are automatic. Each module has different rewards. You also get advertising credits that can be redeemed to advertise a site you like on CoinLearn.

Coin Tasker: This is relatively new site in the get-paid-to genre of sites that offer you to earn free Bitcoin. However, at least in the current promotion, the site has some aggressive growth plans and therefore lots of ways to earn your free Bitcoins. For example, just for registering, you get 500uBTC. Each day you login, you get 10uBTC. It also has tasks from Crowdflower, videos from Virool, SuperRewards, Revsnap, CPAGrip, PaymentWall, WinterLeap, etc. There are plenty of options for you to choose from, and the site is fast becoming a go-to place for Bitcoin enthusiasts looking for quick Bitcoin online. Just variety wise, this site has one of the largest options available, and is rapidly also including a bunch of Bitcoin faucets in the mix.

Special Note: This site has the most number of offers I’ve seen in the Bitcoin related space and the payouts are competitive. The bonus is quite high as well. Also, the site aims at much more than just completing offers, and surprisingly has a social element (you earn 1uBTC for each friend you have on the site!) as well. This makes me think it will be easier to expand into other areas. It also gives you an overall rank based on how many Bitcoins you’ve earned overall, which is pretty cool.

Payment: Minimum payout is 5mBTC paid out directly to your Bitcoin wallet.

Coin Worker: A relatively new site that has microtasks from third-party applications.
Paid To Work Bitcoin Sites Paid To Work Bitcoin Sites Reviewed by richnixon on abril 19, 2019 Rating: 5
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