Free Bitcoin and where to get it

If you think it’s too late to invest in crypto, you are wrong.

Experts agree that there is no better investment strategy than using someone else’s money. With that in mind, a number of crypto portals are offering FREE Bitcoin, Clover, Compound, Fetch, and Amp fractions for completing tasks.

Buy or Sell $100 in BTC and earn a $10 BTC bonus

The tasks are rather simple; for instance, Coinbase offers $5 in FREE Bitcoin just for signing up. Within 24 hours of creating my Coinbase account, I got a notification that I received $5 in BTC. Super easy, and a great way to dip your toe in the water. Coinbase also offers rewards for learning about other cryptocurrencies. All in, I made $40 on Coinbase watching videos and answering questions about those videos. Learning about new forms of Crypto and getting paid for it is not a bad way to spend an hour.

Coinbase also has an attractive referral program that offers $10 in free Bitcoin (details here).

Another great crypto platform to “Earn while you learn” is The cryptocurrencies in play here are typically on emerging platforms. So if you are looking to get in on something brand new and on the move, Coin Marker Cap is a great place to look.

What about Free NFTs?

While you can’t really get an NFT for free, you can create one (or 1 million) for FREE. is an amazing marketplace for creating and listing NFTs. While creating the NFT itself is FREE, getting it onto the marketplace can be rather spendy due to the “gas” fees associated with the Etherum network. Following “gas” prices so you can list your NFT at the cheapest possible time is mandatory. There are several resources for tracking gas fees. We like as it offers peak times of day along with the weekly price graph.

Etherum Gas prices on of Sept. 2 – 9, 2021

What is Ethereum Gas?

From – “Gas is used to pay for transactions on the Ethereum blockchain. The amount of gas required for each transaction depends on the complexity of the transaction. A simple transfer may use as much as 21,000 gas whilst a more complex transaction (for instance, those used in decentralized finance) could use in excess of 1,000,000 gas.

Each unit of gas has a price, simply referred to as the “gas price”. Gas prices are denoted in gwei, where 1 ETH = 1* 10^9 (1,000,000,000) gwei. With a gwei price of 5, a 21,000 gas transaction would cost 21,000 * 5 = 105,000 gwei (0.000105 ETH).”