FAQ – Earnings

How much can I earn?

Your earnings depend on a variety of factors:

  • how many sites you visit: the more you visit the more you earn.
  • luck: many sites offer random rewards between a minimum and maximum one. If you are lucky you and get all maximum rewards you can even earn up to 1 BTC per day. All rewards are displayed in the top bar of Bitcoins43 site rotator.
  • BTC value and the faucets earnings: most of the faucets change their rewards based on BTC value and on their earnings.When BTC to USD value increases, faucet owners tend to reduce the amount of the rewards while when their earnings from advertising increase, they tend to increase rewards. Therefore we suggest you to click on faucet ads to make faucet owner increasing the rewards.

When will I get paid?

Faucets use different payment methods. Some of them pay you immediately directly to your wallet. Other pay you directly to your wallet once you have accumulated a certain balance (to reduce network transaction fees).

In most cases they send your rewards to you through a microwallet system like microwallet.org, FaucetBox, Paytoshi, epay etc. Microwallet systems automatically create an anonymous account for you associated to your wallet address where rewards from the different faucets are collected. Once your account reaches the threshold balance for sending you the payment, they send you the money you accumulated directly to your wallet. All this is done to reduce the number of transactions and make you save money on network transaction fees.

Why do actual faucet earnings and time between claims differ from the ones shown in the rotator?

Faucet owners from time to time may change rewards and time between claims based on the value of BTC and on their earnings from the faucet.

We check faucets regularly and update faucet rewards and time between claims but it takes some time to do this work and therefore it is possible that actual rewards and time between claims differ from those reported in our faucet surfer.

If you find differences and want to help us please, use the contact form to report them to us. Thank you.

Why do I find faucets that do not pay me?

Faucets may stop working if their losses are greater than their earnings and their owners decide to shut them down. Everyday some faucets close and new ones open.

We check all faucets in the rotator regularly to verify if they are really paying but it takes some time to check them all. Therefore it is possible that you can find some of them that do not pay the rewards any more.

If you find differences and want to help us please, use the contact form to report them to us. Thank you.


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