Micowallet reviews

There are several microwallets around, websites and services like freebcc use to process payments in cryptocurency. Microwallets are services that offer cheap payment gateways for website and faucet owners to reduce transaction fees and lower withdrawal limits. For claimers/users microwallets offer a great way to save up earnings from multiple faucets and ptc services. This way as user you can keep easy track of your earnings and withdraw your coins quicker and cheaper to your actual wallet(s). Below are some microwallet and payment gateways, that this website uses, described with simple instructions and tips.

Expresscrypto

review

This microwallet service started sometime mid 2019. at the time the workings just seemed like an exact copy of faucethub. It has a large and specialised list of linked earning websites where you can search and select sites based on their stats. if a linked website has no funds it will show that. you can see how much a website has paid out to users, how many user and claim timer right therein the list. click on the top of the tabs and it will auto sort it for you.
If you happen to surf the site with adblock on you will notice the content jumps up and down on the page. so for a better experience just turn off your adblocker.

Design wise its not that great. things arent aligned everywhere. the menu's are not in the same place and only show when you hover your mouse over it or click on it, depending which menu you check.

A great feature, a copy of faucethub, is the chat box. alas it also is flooded with system messages about people loggin in, leveling up, getting gifts etcetera. This will make it go by very very fast and very diffcult actualy holding a conversation. you can private message other users, and see them along with all messeages where your username is mentioned in one of the linked images on top.
There are also several chat rooms for different languages if english is not your prefered one.
Tested withdrawal feature and was paid during the weekend.

instructions

1. register here.
2. get your claim/user id. after registration has been settled, go to dashboard and look for your user id. it will be on top blinking. This unique id can be used to withdraw from linked websites for every coin. example: EC-UserId-3.
3. claim/earn. find a method to earn, like faucets and/or offerwalls.
4a. withdraw. find the section wallet addresses - withdraw, fill in your wallet details.
4b. actually request withdrawal. go back to dashboard, find your coin, click balance and request withdrawal.


coinbase

review

I lobbed this service in with the other microwallets as it allows for microtransactions internally. but, you should see this service more as the paypal of cryptocurrency. Their fees to actually send and buy cryptocurrency are pretty high. With options to directly buy a variety of coins using fiat. with a bonus for first time buyers, if you buy at least $100,- worth, they do pretty well.
A huge minus is that you need to be fully verified, using your actual credentials and proof it via a copy of some sort of identification, depending on your location.
however, security wise, if you don't want to hold full responsibility for you private keys, this probably is one of the best options to keep your crypto's.
Just remember that if you don't have your private key(s), you don't actually own the coins.

instructions

Register here.

to be honest there are too many options as coinbase is not really a microwallet. it just allows for internal microtransactions, using your registered email address for withdrawal address.


kswallet

review

scam! made a withdrawal on december 16, 2019. two weeks later it's status was finally on paid but nothing was actually send.


coinpot

review

This is a privately owned microwallet with several faucets. They do not have a function for other faucets to add them as payment gateway. These faucets are among the oldest and best paying. These faucets are also listed in my extra faucets page.


faucetpay

review

pending..


cedsonhub

review

Also newly launched after news of faucethub closing. The layout is very easy and the design is a bit like it was made in the 90's. but, that does not take away it's functionality. However, deposits and withdrawals may take a long time as they are manually processed by the site admin, hopefully just for now. finding your claim stats can be a little might need some digging through some pages. but it will also just show in the ablances sections. Unlike many of the other new microwallets this service only has a few coin option. Why would you need more anyway!?
One unique feature can pretty be nice, but seems like can also be abused by scammers. "deposit to sites" as user or owner you can transfer coins/satoshi to other registered websites.

Their faucet list has a trust indicator. I have not found out how this is actually calculated or figured out, as i have processed several claims to this service already and it hasn't changed.
tested the withdrawal feature and received my withdrawal two days later. Not in use for freebcc though as i think it needs more development.

instructions

1. register here.
2. Use your registered username to claim for every coin at linked websites.
3. claim/earn. in the sites section.
4. withdraw. You will be able to see the withdraw button on balance page once you reach your minimum threshold.