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Do you wonder where you can get some free
bitcoins? For many of us, the discovery of
Bitcoin is like the discovery of organic foods.
We can see the benefits of using them but find
it difficult to justify the cost, and then there is
the risk that we’ll be getting a bad deal since
we don’t know what we’re doing.

In Bitcoin, it’s like every organic food store
has someone out front, offering free samples.
Also, there’s a library everywhere you look,
but only a few of those libraries have any
good information. The largest traders would
benefit a great deal if everyone just jumped
blindly into Bitcoin, investing large chunks of
their life savings in the process. That would be
just fine by them, but it’s unlikely to happen.
More likely, people are going to get involved
with Bitcoin either by necessity, by chance or
because someone was willing to give them a
few bitcoins to get started with.

Now, before we begin discussing the places
out there to get free Bitcoin, let’s just be clear:
there is no way to get wealthy without
working or investing for it. It is impossible to
make an income in bitcoins or any other
currency just by clicking around on some
websites. However, that being said,
cryptocurrencies are unique in that clever
marketers can make a profit doing exactly
that, giving away money. This would not be
possible in other currencies, where they
simply can’t be broken down small enough.
The operator will usually make less than a
penny. If they were forced to give you a penny
or more, there’d be no way to be profitable.
Getting free bitcoins is not a way to get rich,
and certainly not the most profitable use of
one’s time, but if you’ve got some free time
and would like to pick up a small amount of
extra Bitcoin now and then, then this definitive
guide will is a great place to start.

Blockchain Game

Since our last publishing of this guide,
perhaps the most fun way to earn free
bitcoins, Bitcoin Flapper, has gone by the
wayside. The company which operated it no
longer do, and appears to only operate iPhone
apps with various titles that don’t seem to pay
out in bitcoins. Other options in the Google
Play Store have arisen to fill the void. Chief
among them is the Blockchain Game. You sign
up with a two-step sign-up process which
involves giving over your e-mail address and
then your Bitcoin address.

The game pays out once per week. It’s
important to note that like most free games,
the Blockchain Game has a lot of
advertisements. This is how they are able to
afford to pay others. In one sense, Bitcoin
faucets and free Bitcoin games could be seen
as a method of advertising profit sharing.

Playing the Blockchain game is fun,
challenging, and mildly addictive. The frequent
interruptions by advertising are, of course,
less than ideal, but a necessary evil.
Gameplay involves getting to the top level,
which has the highest reward. One has to
assume that this is based on skill and that
the maximum reward is simply the most the
company behind it, free Bitcoin veterans
Bitcoin Aliens, is willing to pay out for one

Getting to only the first level is easy, but each
level after that requires that you place the
block directly above the previous level. This
can be difficult because the block moves on
its own and it moves faster with each level.
Every ten levels, you get the option to cash
out or go further. Here’s what gameplay looks

As you can see in the last screengrab, if you
fail to place a block, you get the option to
continue for watching a short ad.
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