Hue Bitcoin Faucet · 4 Jan 03:44

free bitcoin · faucet site

epay payment

* No minimum payout
* No Timer
* Earning = how fast you can click claim

I earn 1000 satoshi every 10mins, how about you ?

4 Jan 03:44
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New Update to site

* Timer added - 5 mins

* Rewards 20 - 60 satoshi

* Added Payment Options - FaucetSystem

24 Jan 06:35

Payment Method - removed

ePay has been removed.

The supported wallets are now: FaucetHub and FaucetSystem.

Paying - Recommended ! ! !

2 Feb 03:29

Not Paying!

Some faucets run down when the advertising does not bring stable profits. Huefaucet looks like it has reached its end.

The faucet has not been paying for the past 7 days, hence I would like to declare it "Not Paying".

Thank You,

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Struggle and Peace are never permanent, they come and go.

Cheers! Have a good day :)


12 Feb 03:23

On Maintenance.

Well, as of today huefaucet has gone to maintenance mode. This shows that the admin is active.

Hope the site comes back live again, paying :) I have not seen a better faucet site to this to date. Fingers crossed, hoping for the best.

13 Feb 04:22

We'll be back soon!

Though that is not the exact words, seems that huefaucet is going through some rennovation. We can expect it to be back with a brand new look and most probably brand new balance (meaning our previous balance/unpaid balance is ignored, I assume so as nothing has been mentioned about it) (There could also be the scenario that huefaucet has a new admin)

Whatever it be, lets wait and see what awaits us ;D

Happy Earning ^_^

Yesterday 06:44
  1. chaochao 13 Feb 04:31

    This site is a part of If it stop paying, i think all of their faucets will be warned.

  2. KilstagKilstag 13 Feb 04:23

    @chao Thank you

  3. chaochao 12 Feb 16:19

    thanks for your work. i like your review.

  4. KilstagKilstag 31 Jan 01:29

    Don't miss out on this faucet. You can earn 1000s a day.

  5. KilstagKilstag 24 Jan 06:34

    Top faucet :) Just try it out!

  6. KilstagKilstag 21 Jan 13:22

    Bump ^

  7. joedashjoedash 17 Jan 15:32

    @Kilstag My direct wallet is not a wallet processor. It fills as/when it does. It doesn't move from this wallet until I want to move it. Very few of the games allow for true direct withdrawals. This is what I meant.

  8. KilstagKilstag 17 Jan 15:06

    @joedash direct wallet is what will take time to accumulate. ePay, faucethub, faucetSystems etc accumulate from different faucets in one place so it fills fast. ePay has now introduced on-demand withdrawal, you can check it out so you don't have to wait for Mondays anymore.

  9. joedashjoedash 16 Jan 07:46

    Heh, all faucet type pages are like that. I meant when you meet the minimum withdraw amount, the payment is sent directly to your wallet, not to another wallet processor. You have to wait for many to send too, so you can double chances not to get your coins..or at least have to wait longer to receive vs direct wallet.

  10. KilstagKilstag 16 Jan 06:41

    @joedash Not the safest, that is the riskiest actually. Assume you have accumulated 7000 satoshi, minimum required to payout is 10k satoshi. If he closes down you lose the 7k satoshi. Considering you have direct pay to ePay or facethub or some 3rd party, you have your satoshi in a safer place because the probability for them to close is very low.

  11. joedashjoedash 16 Jan 05:41

    I like games like this one and my BonusBitcoin (I added a link in the free BTC list) that pay directly to MY wallet. This is safest and fastest. The BB site earned me 28K satoshi yesterday :)

  12. KilstagKilstag 16 Jan 04:18

    @joedash It is good that we have more than one option to withdraw. Makes it safer.

  13. joedashjoedash 16 Jan 03:58

    Yes, what I thought. It is Huefaucet's Epay wallet that is empty.
    Although I love Epay and have had many successful auto-withdrawals to my wallet from them, not all faucets that use Epay are as transparent.

  14. KilstagKilstag 16 Jan 03:51

    @joedash ePay is a 3rd party service used by faucet owners. They deposit bitcoins into ePay and when You withdraw from faucet, ePay pays you. If the amount deposited by the owner dries (all claimed) then it means the faucet owner's ePay wallet is empty. He will refill it when he notices it. Hope I made it clear.

  15. joedashjoedash 16 Jan 02:35

    Like saying you can't send me coins because my wallet is empty.

  16. joedashjoedash 16 Jan 02:35

    That explanation never made sense to me.
    Why would Epay's empty wallet have anything to do with another site depositing to it?

  17. KilstagKilstag 16 Jan 01:47

    @joedash FaucetHub withdraw works as well. Since most people use ePay, it runs dry soon. The admin will refill it in 2 to 3 days, so don't worry :) If you want to be safe, then withdraw to what works.

  18. KilstagKilstag 16 Jan 01:46

    @joedash Seems to be the epay balance is empty. I successfully withdrawed to faucetSystem wallet.

  19. joedashjoedash 16 Jan 01:38

    Both sites have stopped paying. Hue still works, but you cannot withdraw as it errors every time.
    Bit has stopped totally.

  20. KilstagKilstag 15 Jan 01:33

    Clean UI, no pop-up, no clumsy ad, easy to use faucet! - You will love their sister-faucet: