Free Bitcoin Generator Scam – It’s Not Real The Surveys Won’t Get You Anything

Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

Free Bitcoin Generators claim to exploit a security flaw in the Bitcoin mining process & promise to provide their visitors with unlimited amounts of free Bitcoin.

Free Bitcoin Generator Website ScreenshotYou’re led to believe that can simply enter your Bitcoin wallet address & get unlimited BTC sent straight through without having to do anything at all.

But you’ve probably found yourself wondering, are these so-called free Bitcoin Generators actually legit or are they just a big scam to avoid?

Well, thankfully you’ve landed in the right place to find out because I’ve taken a closer at these generators to find out what’s really going on & in this review I’m going to be uncovering everything you need to know, including whether or not you can really make any money from them.

What Are Free Bitcoin Generators?ย ย  |ย ย  How Do Free Bitcoin Generators Work?ย ย  |ย ย  The Bottom Line ย  |ย ย  A Better Alternative

What Are Free Bitcoin Generators?

As I very briefly touched on above the free Bitcoin Generators (as the name suggests) claim to provide you with a way to exploit a “loophole” or security flaw of some sort in the Bitcoin mining process & generate free Bitcoins as a result.

Some of them claim to provide you with unlimited Bitcoin, whilst some claim to have limits… But ultimately they all claim to provide you with the opportunity to potentially earn a lot of free cash (allegedly).

Here’s the typical sort of welcome message that you’ll be presented with when you land on one of these so-called generator websites:

Bitcoin Generator Welcome Message

It might seem like a dream come true to be able to generate Bitcoin in such a way, but sadly, in reality, these sites are nothing but scams.

As opposed to being designed to help you make money or to help you exploit a loophole as they claim, they’re actually just designed to take money from you to make the creator wealthy at your expense.

Of course, though I don’t just expect you to take my word for that since you might be hoping that these Bitcoin generator systems were really going to work for you, so instead let me show you how it all works so that you can see what’s really going on…

How Do Free Bitcoin Generators Work?

The truth is that in reality, these systems don’t work at all – as mentioned above they’re merely designed to take money from you, not help you make it & everything you’re told via these generator websites is complete BS.

The websites usually consist of a slider that enables you to select how much Bitcoin you want & an input box where you’ll be asked to enter the address of the wallet that you want the exploited Bitcoins sent through too…

And initially after submitting the form to request some free Bitcoin, you might think that the process is working since it appears to show a box running a whole load of commands, allegedly exploiting the loophole as shown below:

Bitcoin Generator Command Window

However, the problem is the whole thing is completely fake. It will run for around 10 minutes (or more depending on the amount of Bitcoin you have chosen) and then afterwards it will either request a payment to “complete the transfer”, or it will request you to fill in a survey instead, again to allegedly “complete the transfer”…

The problem is if you do either of those things you’ll be left to find out the hard way that you were being lied to the whole time & that there really is no “free Bitcoin” ready to be sent to you after all.

For example, here’s a screenshot of what happens after the Bitcoin has supposedly been successfully exploited:

Bitcoin Exploit Success Message

Do not, I repeat do not fall for that. The only person actually making money through this whole thing is the creator that’s put it all together – and the way he is making money is by tricking people into completing surveys or sending him BTC.

He’s hoping that you won’t mind paying the “seemingly” small fee of 0.00440 BTC since you’re being promised to get a whopping 0.5 BTC immediately after… But you’ve got to question if it were real then why can’t the creator merely take a cut from the funds before he transfers them to you?

The simple answer is because it’s not real – and remember, Bitcoin is untraceable so once your money is sent you have no way of getting back, you’ll just be left to learn the hard way that you’ve fallen victim to a Bitcoin scam.

Don’t Fall For The Other Tricks Either…

One thing I’ll admit is that these free Bitcoin generator websites are VERY convincing & if it’s the first time you’ve come across this sort of thing online then it could be very easy to get caught out by it… Especially since the creators have really gone to extreme lengths in terms of putting tricks together to lure you in.

For example, on the homepage of these Bitcoin generator websites, you’ll often see a box that appears to contain a live-chat feed, and it looks very realistic – however, this too is completely fake.

The live-chats often consist of several messages from people who are allegedly also viewing the website & getting free Bitcoin. It’s a ploy that’s been put together by the creator to make you think it’s real.

The messages aren’t actually real though – they’re just on a loop, but the way the creators make it seem legit is by enabling you to also send your own message. What you’ll notice though is that nobody ever replies (because they’re not real people) and if you open the same chat in a new private window you’ll see that your message doesn’t actually display to anybody else viewing the site… It just displays to you on your device.

Bitcoin Generator Fake Chat

The Bottom Line – Avoid Free Bitcoin Generators

Honestly, the whole thing is just a big scam – there is no such thing as free Bitcoin generators. It’s just a way for the creators to trick you into parting with your cash so that they can make money at your expense…

I mean come on, if these things were real then why are people still wasting their time (and money) mining for Bitcoin? And on top of that why couldn’t the creator just take his “miners fee” from the money he is allegedly going to send you?

The reason is that obviously, it’s all a big scam and there is absolutely no way you should ever waste your time on any of these sites – especially not when there are so many other legitimate ways to make money online.

Therefore overall I am definitely not going to be recommending these free Bitcoin generator sites to you – instead, I am going to be advising you avoid them because they will ultimately only see you losing money, not making it.

If you do happen to have any further comments or questions about them though then do feel free to leave them below & as always I’ll do my best to respond to you as quickly as possible. ๐Ÿ™‚

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

The best part is that there's literally no limit on the amount you can earn with it & the process is pretty simple which means that it's absolutely perfect for people that don't have much experience.

Some wealthy affiliates even earn as much as 5-figures per month... Or more!

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I mean don't get me wrong, that kind of money won't just fall into your lap without doing any work... But the harder you're willing to work at it, the more you stand to earn with it.

So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

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19 thoughts on “Free Bitcoin Generator Scam – It’s Not Real The Surveys Won’t Get You Anything”

    • Omid, did you read any of the post that I wrote above at all? The whole thing (even the title) states that the “free Bitcoin generators” are totally fake. They are nothing but scams & no Bitcoins are being handed out for free… The creators of them are just trying to make money at the expense of others.

  1. You are so right Dale. I tried Bitcoingenerator yesterday and as you said I’m now believing it to be a scam. However, I am curious…… very curious, so I did a little investigating and found out a little more. The address that requested the ‘Miners Fee’, had lots of money coming in ….. and justified its outgoings by other addresses (supposedly what had been mined in the specified Mining Batch. However, those addresses that the outgoings were going to, never sent a ‘Miners Fee’, so how did they manage to get paid? I looked into it further it seemed that one seemed to be a private address the other was to another ‘Miner’ address.

    • Yup, definitely a scam – and honestly I wouldn’t waste your time thinking too much into it. The so-called free Bitcoin generators are just totally fake, all of them.

  2. Hi, thanks for this information. what about sites that you do a little deposit as registration and at the end you are asked to deposit another amount more than your initial to activate your withdrawals. please help. thank you

    • Hi Winny, you’re welcome – and regarding the sites you are asking about, that sure as heck sounds like a scam! Why on earth would you have to deposit more to “activate” your withdrawals? I’d advise staying away from anything that asks you to do that.

    • No, not without doing work. If you’re prepared to put in work to earn, then simply run a search here on my website (or check the menu) for legitimate alternatives.

  3. Ok nice one,but what of people on YouTube posting and showing live payment proof about the bitcoin generator….like srsly I hv seen a lot of proof on YouTube….but do u think it all scam?bcos a friend of mine that what he those ,he ask u for the amount of bitcon u want and he send it to u with a lower transaction fees…so u sure it all the website that re fake?bcos I don’t really think so …what do u think?

    • Nope, unfortunately not. There are no ways to earn lots of money (or BTC) “without spending much time” because if there was, everybody would be doing it… Nobody would be left working a job. If you want to earn good money, you must be prepared to put in a good amount of work.


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