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Create Your Own CryptoCurrency Faucet – Earn More Than $2000/Month

It’s’ finally here! The first ever Bitcoin Faucet WordPress plugin. Now you can start your own Bitcoin faucet in less than 5 minutes.

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1. Get a hosting provider and install WordPress on it

This is the very basics of what you’ll need. I’m assuming you already know how to do this, if you don’t then I’m posting a video here that explains how to set up WordPress. Any hosting provider should do the trick, I personally use Bluehost for these types of project because bluehost Offer Free Domain and Unlimited bandwidth. (Link to Bluehost is an affiliate link).

2.  Install the Bitcoin Faucet WordPress Plugin

  • Download the Bitcoin Faucet WordPress Plugin – Download link
  • Go to “plugins” -> Add new -> Upload plugin
  • Choose the file you’ve just downloaded and upload it to your site
  • After the upload is completed click on “activate plugin”

3. Get a Faucethub and a captcha account

  • Go to  Faucethub and create an account
  • Add your site’s URL to the account
  • Go to SolveMedia / Recaptcha and create an account (I suggest SolveMedia since they are also a revenue source)
  • Add your site’s URL to the account

4. Set up the plugin

This faucet has A LOT of options. Since I don’t have time to write them all down I created a video explaining everything you need to know about the faucet.

The minimum requirements to get the plugin running:

Under the “general” tab

  • Enter your payouts and timer settings
  • Enter your SolveMedia API keys
  • Enter the URLs for your faucet page and “check address” page (at the bottom of the “general” tab)
  • The referral link URL scheme is this: http://yourwebsite.com/?r=btc_address
  • Set up the currency rule you’d like to use

Under the “payment” tab

  • Enter your Fuacethub API keys

On your faucet page:

  • Enter the faucet shortcode (make sure to enter it AFTER all other shortcodes

5. Require registration for your faucet (optional)

One of the best ways I’ve found to fight off spam is by requiring users to register to my site in order to use it. This deters most spammers and bots from the site. I use a paid plugin called “Wishlist Member” that takes care of setting up this registration process. This is not a must, but if you feel like you’re getting too many scammers on your site it’s worth to look into it.

A few important things to remember:

  • Payments are made through  Faucethub but you will have to click the “make payment” button in order to send all addresses that qualify for payment to Faucethub.
  • Make sure your Faucethub account is funded or addresses won’t be queued for payout.
  • Make sure to limit your account only to your IP address. There have been several issues in the past and this will probably prevent them. You can find your server IP address here.
  • From personal experience I suggest allowing user comments on your faucet – it’s the fastest way to know that something is not working right
  • At the moment the only data I gather from these faucets is how much is being paid – that’s all. No passwords, Bitcoin addresses or any other sensitive information is being passed along. Just a number of how many Satoshis have been queued for payment each time you click “make payment”.


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