Hi there and welcome to my Bit Fun Review. I confess, I love playing video games. Whether it's from a cell phone, a laptop or even from one of your traditional consoles.
You can really get immersed in them and before you know it, half of the day has gone by and it's time to hit the sack. When I came across Bit Fun and saw them advertise it as an opportunity to "play games, have fun, earn bitcoin," I thought I'd give it a go.
On first impressions I thought earning and playing games was going to be a walk in the park. It's like hitting two birds with one stone. Unfortunately, things were not as they actually appeared to be.
If you are thinking of signing on to Bit Fun, let me share my experience with you, before you do.
Ready? Great! Let's get started.
NAME OF COMPANY: Bit Fun
WHAT IS ABOUT: You can earn Satoshi, for completing offers and playing games.
WHO ARE THE FOUNDERS OF BIT FUN?
It's cool that the registration to Bit Fun is free. However, for me it's not enough to say that the opportunity is 'sound' or 'legit'.
It has become second nature to me to look for any sign of the founder(s) or owner(s). It puts my mind at ease, and at least then, I know, that there is someone that I can trust or reach out to.
In the case with Bit Fun, there are no such signs. No owner's photo, no about me page, nothing. Apart from the terms, privacy and one e-mail address, there is not much that one can really go on.
Nevertheless, let's dive straight into their business opportunity and see what that is all about, shall we?
WHAT IS BIT FUN AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Basically your job at Bit Fun, is to play games and complete offers. In exchange for your efforts, you will be rewarded with a satoshi.
What is a satoshi? It is the smallest unit of bitcoin currency, recorded in the blockchain.
There are 4 ways in which you can earn with Bit Fun. I will explain their 3 main ways, and tell you about the last way a bit later on.
The 3 main ways are as follows,
- You can play games,
- You can roll dice(inactive),and
- You can view offers
The second way as mentioned, is not active at the moment, thus leaving one with the other two options to try out.
PLAYING GAMES TO EARN SATOSHI
There are around 653 games that one can play on this platform. They include various genres such as puzzles, adventure games, classics, arcade, sports and casino type games.
How much can you earn playing these games?
It's not made clear anywhere on the site, as to how much one can make. However, I tried a couple of them, and deduced that on average you get around 1 satoshi per click on a game.
COMPLETING OFFERS TO EARN SATOSHI
The third way in which you can earn bitcoin(or satoshi) with Bit Fun is via the completion of certain 'offers.'
One of the offers involves the completion of surveys. Frankly, I am not a fan of online survey jobs.
From experience, many times I have spent my precious time answering screening surveys, only to be rejected from taking the main survey.
Then on Bit Fun, they have these bitcoin faucets that you can register with for free. They pay a certain amount of Satoshi every 15 minutes.
You earn around 13 satoshi at every fifteen minute interval.
That covers the three ways of earning with Bit Fun. There is a fourth way.
That is via referrals. You can earn up to 50% commission on all the referrals that join you.
Now, for the 'million dollar' question -can you really make money with Bit Fun?
Coming up next....
CAN YOU REALLY MAKE MONEY WITH BIT FUN?
Your Satoshi earnings are stored in a cryptocurrency microwallet called CoinPot.
I earned a total of 210 Satoshi thus far,and on CoinPot, these earning are registered as 30 Tokens and a small amount of Bitcoin respectively.
Take a look below.
If I were to convert to Bitcoin Cash it would be a very small amount, around 0.00002651 Bitcoin Cash.
In fact, that original 210 Satoshi only amounts to $0.00756600.
It's light years away from 1 dollar. They also tell you that certain payouts may incur additional charges. Which means that I might come home with even less.
Speaking of the earnings, has anyone made money with Bit Fun?
There are no testimonials on the official website. I took the liberty of checking out their FaceBook and Twitter pages.
Both of them were not very active, with the last post dated back in 2017.
What does mean, is Bit Fun a scam?
It's time for the verdict.
IS BIT FUN A SCAM? MY PERSONAL OPINION
If there are no owners on record, or no testimonials on their site, or inactive Social Media activity, does this mean that Bit Fun is a scam?
The fact is that my account does get credited with earnings. Many YouTubers have recommended that once one reaches the 10K Satoshi limit, that one should do a withdrawal.
In all fairness, I have not reached this limit, and cannot say that they do not pay. From this point of view, I do not think that Bit Fun is a scam as yet.
However, its safe to say that one has to do a tremendous amount of work just to make one dollar.
If you enjoy playing games, or completing surveys, or do not mind having to wait to claim every 15 minutes from faucets, then by all means give Bit Fun a go.
I believe that Bit Fun may not provide one the opportunity to build a passive income business of their own. Though not a scam it can end up utilizing one's greatest asset, their time.
TIME IS OUR GREATEST ASSET- MAKE YOURS COUNT....
Though we all have the same amount of hours in a day, we each choose how to live those hours.
The important thing is, 'did you make those hours count?' If you have some free time and are looking to build an online legacy of your own, then I would like to invite you to check out my NR.1 recommendation.
It is not a quick way of making money online. It takes time and hard work. This teaching platform showed me the real way of earning online. They provided the necessary tools, the support, the lessons and mentorship.
You need to supply the desire.
Thank so much for joining me on this Bit Fun review. I really hope that it has helped you out.
It was awesome to speak to you today.
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