Back in the day, when cryptocurrencies only started to emerge, there was not a lot of different ways to buy Bitcoin. However, as years went on, and the development progressed, a lot more options for obtaining different coins emerged. Of course, cryptocurrencies are still far away from mass adoption that the community is hoping to see. Even so, their popularity is rising rapidly, which eventually led to a phenomenon known as Bitcoin faucets.
Simply put, Bitcoin faucets are websites that pay people tiny amounts of Bitcoin in exchange for watching videos, clicking links, and doing similar activities that require no particular skills or knowledge.
These amounts are not really measured in BTC, but rather in Satoshis, which are 100 millionth of 1 BTC. This means that 1 BTC equals 100,000,000 Satoshis, and the amount a person gets per…