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Multi Faucet - ES Faucet (Not Free Anymore)

The ES Faucet website ( offers multiple faucets that you can claim from every 30 minutes. The number of faucets available depends on what level you are on the site (you gain levels over time), but eventually you could claim from the following faucets:


Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM), DigiByte (DGB), Dogecoin (DOGE), Basic Attention Token (BAT), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), 0x (ZRX), Tron (TRX), Dash (DASH), Zcash (ZEC), Shib Inu (SHIB), Tether (USDT), and Cardano (ADA).  

I have been using this faucet for over 1-year, but will probably stop using since they are now charging a membership fee.  The site pays out, but I am more interested in the free sites.  If you don't mind the fee...keep reading.

You are allowed to exchange coins within the site (5 times free per day), so you might want to consider a strategy of focusing on one coin, and exchanging other crypto coins to the coin you really want...but that is up to you, and this is not financial advice (refer to disclaimer below). Me personally, I focus on Stellar (XLM) because it has a low withdraw limit (only .75 XLM), and no fees for withdrawal to my Coinbase email...but that is just me and you may want to focus on another coin or all coins. I want to mainly focus on the faucet part of the site, but you can accelerate your earnings by doing things like watching videos, viewing ads, surveys, etc. I do use these to help level up, but not required. One thing to remember is if you don’t do a faucet claim every 24 hours you do lose your daily bonus progress, so for this site I normally try and click on all my faucets twice a day.


The site itself has a coin called ES-Coin, which you can also claim on the faucet. The ES-coin is not an investment coin, but does serve a purpose. The main thing ES-Coin does is give you a holding bonus which helps increase how much you get on all the other faucets. You can exchange it for investment type coins also, but in my opinion it is better to hold them an increase the faucet amount over time, but you can decide that for yourself.


So how do you get started?  First go to the site and sign up:


Second, you need a wallet to direct your payouts. The site says they support all official coin wallets, but since I use Coinbase ( I can only tell you how that works.  I use Coinbase for withdraws because there are no fees (at least at the time of this article), and all you do is enter your Coinbase email address (not a wallet address).  Speaking of Coinbase, if you are looking for a site here is my referral link (we both currently get $10 of free Bitcoin if you join and buy or sell $100 of crypto):

Third, start using the faucets.  When you login look for an "earn" drop down (on my screen it is on the left hand side).  There you will see all the ways to earn, but in our case click faucets and you can start claiming (every 30 minutes).  As I mentioned earlier to keep my daily bonus going I usually try and claim at least twice a day to reset the clock.  You will also notice the "dashboard" button (again on my screen it is on the left hand side) this is where you can see how much you have and can also do withdrawals.  

Does the site payout? Yes (see screen shot of some of my Stellar/XLM withdraws)! I have made several withdrawals with no issues. The site indicates claims are processed within a maximum of 48-72 hours, but it is usually quicker.



If you have any questions about how to use the faucet feel free to ask.  I hope you enjoyed my beginners look at this crypto faucet site.  Consider following me for more beginner crypto faucet tips, and checkout some of my other articles.  Also, don't forget to sign up for a free publish0x account, and earn free crypto for reading articles via a claim and/or tip at the bottom of each post. 


Disclaimer: All information found on this article is for informational purposes only. I am NOT a financial advisor, and do NOT provide any personal investment advice so please make your own research before investing, buying, trading, etc.

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