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  1. Two years ago today, Bitcoin hit its highest price ever, reaching $19,783. It was the culmination of an incredible year for the digital currency, which had started 2017 at about $1,000
  2. When reading the definition of crypto faucets you probably thought, “this sounds familiar. Aren’t these airdrops and bounties?” It’s easy to get confused. Airdrops, bounties, and faucets are all methods of earning cryptocurrency rewards, but they aren’t the same thing. For instance, faucets can be websites you have to visit periodically in order to receive coins. Anytime you want to earn crypto, you’ll have to go to the website, complete the task, and then receive coins. And you can do this as long as the website exists. On the other hand, airdrops are usually distributed by blockchain/crypto startups, and they represent a one-time reward for helping the company with promotion and community building. In most cases, these startups will distribute their own tokens. Hope this makes things clearer for you. And now, it’s time for the best part. Let me introduce you to the highest paying crypto and bitcoin faucets for 2020.
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