The Unexpected BTC Prize

If you're a reader of my posts here on P0x, you'd know that many of my writings are about platforms on which you can earn free cryptocurrencies. It's become more than a hobby, perhaps somewhat of an obsession I partake in an hour or so most nights of the week. I don't make it any secret, as every post I make here has a mess of referral links at the end, my "signature" if you will. I am not shameful about it in the slightest; it helps in the free crypto journey.

Well, I was quite surprised when I opened my Cointiply app just over a week ago to see that my coin balance was over 700k. If you're not familiar with the platform, 10k coins = $1. So, upon further review, it turns out that I had won a monthly referral contest. The funny thing was that I didn't even know this contest existed. Apparently, anyone who makes at least one referral is automatically entered.

I have never won anything in my life. Well, nothing major anyway. I may have scored a few free 20 oz sodas on those "instant win" under the cap contests back in the day. Maybe a few concert tickets and movie passes from local radio station call-in contests too. 


But anyway, much to my surprise and needless to say, I was very pleased to find that I had won $70 worth of crypto. Now, the choice came: how do I take the payout? Again, if you're not familiar with Cointiply, here are the options:

  • Bitcoin
  • Litecoin
  • Dogecoin
  • Dash


Well, I had to go with BTC. Was there really any other choice? For such a large amount, the answer to me was no. I didn't take the full 700k coins; I went with 690k because...


I anxiously awaited confirmation, and several hours later it came! Cointiply usually takes a while with their payouts, but as long as they end up coming, I don't mind the wait at all. Certainly can't be picky here and am very pleased with the prize!



Apologies if this comes off as a pump post for Cointiply; certainly it was not my intention. Rather, just wanted to share that sometimes you never know what happens with these platforms and that real people really do win these contests.

Speaking of which, don't forget Publish0x's own monthly ambassador contest. I won $5 worth of SPOT a few months back.

The original Bitcoin faucet is long gone, but there are still ways to collect some free crypto:
  • Sign up here on Publish0x, if you haven't already, to earn free crypto for reading & writing content
  • Join Cointiply and roll the faucet every hour, view PTC ads, take surveys to earn free Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, or Dash
  • Downoad the Bitcoin Cash Giveaway to collect some free BCH sats, paid out weekly
  • Check out Yescoiner to easily collect some satoshis; no nonsense -- just solve a captcha. Low payout, slow drip here
  • Final AutoClaim is another facuet-style site that offers payouts in 74 different coins
  • For an entertaining, off-the-wall faucet, check out Crypto Junkie. Great for accumulating SPACE and SHIB
  • Play Gemly, a P2E game, and earn payouts in BTC, Litecoin, BNB, Tether, Tron, and Dogecoin.
  • For rewards in XNO and BTC, check out TipNano app
  • Get some DOGE with the Earn Free Dogecoin app
  • For another app to get some free Bitcoin Cash, try the Earn Free Bitcoin Cash app

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