Here is how you can get Bitcoin for FREE!

In the Bitcoin universe, there are magical websites which award you Bitcoins for playing games and will get you free fractional Bitcoin as you roll and win Bitcoin.

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Step One:

You need to set up a Bitcoin wallet.  I use Coinbase, which is well known; you can also use any Bitcoin wallet you have already set up.  Here is the link to Coinbase.  You will need to give the faucet your Bitcoin address so they can send the earned Bitcoin to you.

Step Two:

The way to get Bitcoin from this website is their free Bitcoin “Roll”, which gives you fractional Bitcoin when you actively click on their “Roll Button” on the home page.

Once you have registered and set up your account, make sure you enter the Bitcoin address your winnings go to, and start playing the game!
I use this site personally, and have earned Bitcoin from it.  (I like playing the game, and they pay interest on the Bitcoin you leave in the site).  This site allows you to get bitcoin every hour. The flat rate is currently 35 Satoshi per hour (Note: coupled to BTC/USD exchange rate: Bitcoin goes up, reward goes down, but is always same USD amount), but, if you are lucky (and we assume that the site generates truly random numbers – which I actually do believe) you can get more
They have a good FAQ (frequently asked questions) page, and clearly have an understanding of both Cryptocurrency and gaming.
Bitcoin Faucets are fun, so get out there and grab a few Satoshi’s for yourself!
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Where can I buy Bitcoin legitimately?

My preferred method is Coinbase. Here is my referral link: Bitcoin & Ethereum Wallet.
This link sends you to a Bitcoin sign up page. (Pardon my shameless promotion)
Coinbase is an “exchange” that allows you to link your bitcoin to your traditional credit card and bank accounts, and will sell you Bitcoin directly – and allows you to sell your Bitcoins to Coinbase.
While there is nothing wrong with buying or selling Bitcoin to someone you met on-line, and consummating the transaction at a local coffee shop. That has a greater element of risk, but keep it in a public place, with lots of people around.
Coinbase is a legitimate, established exchange for certain cryptocurrencies.  Coinbase also owns the GDAX exchange, where you can trade for reduced fees.  You can transfer Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin from Coinbase to GDAX without paying any fees, and the trades are near real-time.
If you like to play games, or want to mine Bitcoin with a “Bitcoin Faucet”, Take a look at freebitcoin.  This is one of the longest running Bitcoin “faucets” on the internet.  When you sign up, you can play their lottery game or engage in browser-based mining.  This is good if you have a computer running, and you want to use some of it’s chip power to mine (not a fast way to get rich, but hey – Free Bitcoin?)  The link appears after you sign up, under the “free Bitcoin” tab.  FYI, I have been earning Bitcoin with them for a while, its fun.

Bitcoin faucets are a reward system, in the form of a website or app, that dispenses rewards in the form of a satoshi, which is a hundredth of a millionth BTC, for visitors to claim in exchange for completing a captcha or task as described by the website.

Here is a list of Faucets you can work with – Bitcoin Faucets. I have not tested them, so let me know if they work for you (send me an email).
Never ever send a website any bitcoin to “validate” or “justify” a payout; that is usually a scam.  This Article from Hackernoon talks about some specific scams and how to avoid them.
Be careful and cautious, and you will avoid the scams that plague any emerging internet sensation!
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