Faucet FAQ

Answers to frequent questions about the faucet. Here you’ll find information regarding our faucet, which should hopefully answer most questions you might have.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What does your faucet pay? 

A: Our faucet pays out between 25 and 500 Satoshi per claim. While 25 is the most common payout, you have a small chance to get 50, 100, 200 and 500 Satoshi.

Q: Do you have a payout threshold? 

A: Yes, our current payout threshold is 5,000 Satoshi. Assuming you get the minimum payout every time, it’ll take you a maximum of 200 claims to reach the threshold. Note that referral payouts count towards your threshold, so be sure to refer others to accelerate your payout!

Q: How do I get paid?

A: All payouts are made through faucethub.io. You must have a faucethub.io account to claim using our faucet. When you reach the threshold of 5,000 Satoshi, your payment will be sent directly to your faucethub.io wallet in about 24 hours, although payment may be delayed on weekends/US holidays.

Q: Do you have a referral program? 

A: Yes, like most faucets you can earn extra money when you refer new users. When you refer someone, you receive 40% of all their claims. You can refer another user by giving them this link: http://cryptotalkcentral.com/faucet/?r=YourFaucetHubAddress

Q: How many claims can I make per day? 

A: We allow you to make up to 60 claims per day using our faucet. Once you hit your daily limit, you won’t be able to claim anymore. You can check your limit using our Address Check page.

Q: How does Senority work? 

A: When you regularly visit our faucet you can earn a bonus on every claim. As long as you visit every 10 days, you get a bonus on the following schedule: 10 days = 5%, 20 days = 10%, 30 days = 15%, 60 days = 20%, 120 days = 25%. If you don’t visit every 10 days, your Senority will be reset to zero, so be sure to claim often to maintain your Senority!

Q: I was banned from your faucet! What do I do? 

A: Currently our faucet does not automatically ban addresses. If you were banned, it was issued manually because your address was suspected of malicious activity (bots, timer exploits, multiple claims with proxies, hacks). Bans are very rare, so we do not have a formal way for you to appeal. If you belive a ban was issued in error, please leave a comment on this page or the faucet page with your Bitcoin address and let us know you were banned. Please note, certain IP’s are blacklisted due to malicious activity, and there’s no reversing that.

More questions?

If we didn’t answer all your questions, please feel free to ask in the comments below! We’re always happy to clear up any questions or concerns you may have about our faucet.

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