This page will help you get started with FaucetHub. Before you continue, make sure you sign up first.
1: Chat Room (BE SURE TO READ THE RULES!)
2: Statistics on your earnings.
3: Where you set up your wallet addresses/
4: Where you can withdraw ur currency
5: Where you can deposit currency into FaucetHub.
6: Surveys and other offers you can do to earn BTC.
7: Security (Pretty self explanitory)
8: Cloud Mining, this is the simplest way to recieve BTC. It is however probably the hardest way.
9: Change your username, password, etc.
10: Your username.
11: Your level.
12: Your progress to the next level.
13: How much of each currency you have.
The first thing I recommend doing is talking to other users in the "Chat" section. There are many experienced users on there, as well as the moderators that can help you with anything you need clarified. But PLEASE READ THE RULES BEFORE YOU CHAT! Occasionally, I will be in the chat, and you can find me as "redfire115." If you use this sight and see my name, don't be afraid to say "hi" or "thanks." That is greatly appreciated.
Not only can you chat with other users, but you can also catch "rain."
But wait a second, what is rain?
Well, I'm glad you asked! Rain is when a user types a command into the chat bar. It can be done by typing in
/rain xxxxxx yyy CUR
(x is the amount of satoshis, y is the number of users rained on, and CUR is the type of currency you want to rain.)
When it rains, you have a chance at being randomly chosen to recieve a small amount of a certain currency!
But how do I know when it's raining?
You will know when it rains when purple/pink text comes on the chat screen and says, "(user) is making it rain!" If you see that, you might have a chance to get rained on! When you get rained on, a grey chat will appear with a blue username named "Rainmaster." It will inform you that you have been rained on! If that happens, be sure to thank the person that rained on you!
Please, DO NOT TALK TO THE RAINMASTER!
The Rainmaster is NOT a person. The Rainmaster is a bot which just informs you on what's going on. It's not the one giving you currency, so don't thank it or ask it questions because it literally cannot talk to you.
The rain isn't hitting me. :(
Don't worry, you will get hit eventually. Remember, it is all random. Please do not complain or ask for rain in the chat, as this could get you banned.
Exchange currencies here.
1: Buy Currency
2: Sell your existing currency to obtain BTC.
3: History of your transactions
6: More help on this tab
A massive collection of every faucet associated with FaucetHub users.
As you level up, not only do you get a mining bonus, but your username changes colors! Here is a list of the colors and their levels:
LVL 11 - redfire115
LVL 21 - redfire115
LVL 31 - redfire115
LVL 41 -
The Moderators job is to control the chat. They will ban rulebreakers and keep people in check. You can tell if a user is a Moderator by looking at their level. Instead of their level, it will say "MOD". Please be respectful of the mods. Don't be afraid to ask them questions or chat with them, though. They are very friendly and willing to help you. Some of the moderators are listed below:
Info about the Mods: Huckleberry, Blaksmith and Cryto Womble are usually active in the chat. They will talk to people 80% of the time (when they are online). Code is always online, but rarely speaks in the chat. Aidonker and Kisten are usually in the chat rooms for other languages. BigRed is barely if at all online. I'm not too sure about Ivan. Dante is 50/50 on chat activity.
There are two users that are not mods, but they can ban people and have much higher priveledge.
ck349 is an administrator. Although he is level 9, he has massive authority. He is online frequently, but not active in the chat.
Mexicantarget is the big man. He owns the site. He started the site. He isn't online much and I have never seen him in the chat. I've only seen him ban someone one time. Be extra respectful to him, he created this site and deserves respect.
Not only are the mods helpful, there are other experienced users and just nice people on faucethub. These are some of my buddies on FH, that have been supportive and encouraging. Here's a list of some of them: