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Faucet in a Box

Just another Faucet in a Box :)

Balance: 202 satoshi

What is a faucet?

A tap is a site where you can earn bitcoins free in exchange for your visit on the page, only to be followed a few steps such as placing the wallet, make the captcha, wait if a time is required and hit the button to charge. The taps are a way of collecting bitcoins in fractions of Satoshis. The scale of the Satoshis as equals in Bitcoin.

1 Satoshi= 0.00000001 ฿
10 Satoshi= 0.00000010 ฿
100 Satoshi= 0.00000100 ฿
1,000 Satoshi= 0.00001000 ฿
10,000 Satoshi= 0.00010000 ฿
100,000 Satoshi= 0.00100000 ฿
1,000,000 Satoshi= 0.01000000 ฿
10,000,000 Satoshi= 0.10000000 ฿
100,000,000 Satoshi= 1.00000000 ฿

What is Bitcoin?

The Bitcoin is the cryptocurrency most used on the Internet, has many uses, can be used to send money, to buy, etc...
One of several ways to get Bitcoin is with faucets. In the faucets you can get satoshis, the satoshi is the part smallest of bitcoin.
In this faucet we give away satoshis to our visitors, but to claim them must have a wallet, as it may well be Blockchain, Coinbase, Xapo, etc...

FauceToday2 is a Bitcoin faucet. A Bitcoin faucet is a website that dispenses small amounts of Bitcoin (or satoshi) for quite simply getting into your Bitcoin wallet handle and fixing a captcha (to prove that you're human). This faucet like most others is funded with the aid of donations and commercials (so please turn off your ad-blocking off program!).


Mining is a way to generate Bitcoins that leverages the computing power of computers to solve a complex mathematical algorithm. The findings of this algorithm make transactions on the network Bitcoins are safe and, as a reward, receive a small amount of Bitcoins so the difficulty of the algorithm to mine Bitcoins fits the computing power of the network (also known as hashrate), this makes production to be viable. Today, mining methods tend to share several networked computers (known as pools) to add processing capacity and have options to get a larger amount of coins. There are also ASICS (Application-Specific Integrated) integrated circuits teams are built for a specific task (in this case the algorithm to generate Bitcoins) and require less electricity to operate than traditional computers.


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