The absolute basics
Cryptocurrencies are computerized currencies that use complicated mathematical algorithms to verify the possession or transfer of a digital currency. This allows extremely low transfer fees relative to credit cards or paypal. This distributes responsibility for proving ownership and makes no one person too powerful (democracy wins). This is because on most crypto systems a multitude of computers that serve as a distributed set of nodes need to be in agreement that a problem was solved correctly and a transfer is legit. This democratic principle means that tracking is distributed and therefore not controlled by a single central entity (in most cases).
More about Crypto
There are lots of opportunities to learn about crypto currencies. As we learn more we will continue to provide the most up to date information possible. We want you to succeed in making real money by using this new technology and this amazing faucets. Using our simple lists and a bit of time, you can start making real money with maximum revenue beginning at a mere 100 days (or less depending on the faucet).
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So what is a faucet?
A faucet is a page or service that supplies free, small amounts of cryptocurrency. Many faucets also offer betting, games of chance (like high-low, roll of the dice, etc.). By combining rewards from multiple faucets and transferring an accumulated balance into another site or service, small gains (like a single accumulated dollar worth of bitcoin) can be multiplied and/or used in other ways (like referrals, lotteries, etc). Careful and thoughtful use of the small amounts of crypto can yield huge rewards. Check out various discussion boards to learn specific strategies, but ultimately it will be up to you to find what works for you (and what seems to bring your best luck).
Want to learn more about cryptocurrencies. Reach out on twitter or post your question to the cryptotwitter community (there are lots of us that will answer basic questions).