|FaucetPay||Many faucet providers have moved their service to this site after the end of FaucetHub. Besides the microwallet there are very good earning opportunities such as several Offerwall providers and paid to click (PTC).|
|ExpressCrypto||This website works basically the same way FaucetHub worked back then. The end of FaucetHub gave this similar site a major boost.|
|Fire Faucet||Faucet with free cryptocurrency every 30 minutes. Earn several cryptocurrencies with paid to click (PTC), Offerwalls, Shortlinks, various tasks and surveys. You can level up to receive bonuses and increase earnings.|
|DutchyCorp AutoFaucet||This site provides a lot of earning options and there are about 50 different coins available. DutchyCorp Final AutoFaucet supports direct wallet payouts as well as payments to FaucetPay and ExpressCrypto.|
|AutoFaucet.org||Earn various cryptocurrencies with mining, Shortlinks and Offerwalls.|
|Cointiply||Bitcoin earning site where you can claim free coins every hour and complete various offers.|
|FreeBitcoin||Bitcoin faucet site where no annoying captchas or Shortlinks need to be solved in order to claim.|
What happened to FaucetHub?
As you can read in this official FaucetHub post (JPG image), the popular microwallet site FaucetHub.io will sadly be discontinued. We have taken a screenshot of the original announcement as it is no longer available on the FaucetHub website. None of the currently available alternatives can completely replace FaucetHub, but some websites are on the right track. Here is a list of the best FaucetHub alternatives and microwallet sites currently available. What's missing on all websites is the great community that defined FaucetHub. Meanwhile the official FaucetHub follow-up project FocusGames is online. However, it is not a microwallet service like FaucetHub, but a site for free gambling and collecting crypto tokens.
What is a Microwallet?
Cryptocurrency faucets are websites that usually distribute a portion of their advertising revenue as micropayments to their users. In the early days of cryptocurrencies, these extremely small payments have led to a massive increase in Bitcoin transactions and, ultimately, to an increase in transaction costs. Thus, these extremely small payments became impossible.
A so-called crypto microwallet solves this problem. Faucet payments are first collected on the microwallet site and can be withdrawn from there.