Surveys for Free Bitcoin

I’ve seen so many people that complete surveys for free products, gift cards and cold hard cash when they have spare time at the computer. But are there any surveys for free Bitcoin? 

While there doesn’t seem to be very many legitimate or worthwhile services out there, I found a few that may be worth it if you have quite a bit of spare time. 


BitcoinGet has several surveys that you can complete if you are of the right demographic. Being a white male in his mid 20’s, I didn’t get to complete many. They also take quite a while to complete, anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour. Unfortunately it’s hard to say whether this survey platform will be worth it for you, the only way to find out is to visit their site and try it. All you need to get started is a Bitcoin address. 

Free Bitcoin Miner

Not only is this not a “miner” in the traditional sense, it’s also not exactly a survey app. While there are surveys in the app, Free Bitcoin Miner (Android) is more of a task app. You earn Satoshi by installing apps, watching videos, answering online surveys and simply opening the app. Satoshi amounts range from 500 every 30 minutes for opening the app, over 2,000 Satoshi for installing apps and several hundred thousand for some subscription offers. 

Overall it’s not an overly shady app and has plenty of offers to keep you busy. It’s not as clean as my previously recommended BitMaker app, but I find it has many more offers to keep you busy. However, unlike BitMaker, I haven’t been able to verify if they pay out or not. 


Bituro (Android) has many more surveys available than Free Bitcoin Miner along with tasks and offers like the previously mentioned. The surveys take some time to complete, usually 20+ minutes, and the offers are a little more sparse than the other services mentioned. Unfortunately this app has a lot of catching up to do with the number of available tasks and surveys to complete. There is very few “quick and cheap” options to get a few Satoshi quickly, where most offers and surveys reward you modestly for a good chunk of time or effort. Still, worth checking out. 

In conclusion… 

There isn’t nearly the number of quality services willing to pay out for surveys, and the scarcity makes it hard to find many surveys to complete. Maybe someday there will be a Swagbucks for Bitcoin (SwagBits,  anyone?). Until then, the services above are about as good as you’re going to get. 

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