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Moon Bitcoin Earning Chart

For those familiar with Bitcoin Faucet sites, Moon Bitcoin is a Bitcoin Faucet site that gives away free Bitcoins, or rather Satoshis (bits of Bitcoin).

This post won’t get into the details of Bitcoin; I’ll save that for another post, but Moon Bitcoin lets you earn free satoshis within 5 minute increments minimum.

I asked myself if the earnings would decrease over time if you let your claim about ride. So I searched the web for a Moon Bitcoin earnings chart; basically, a list or chart breaking down satoshi earnings by the minute. I was unsuccessful in locating a chart, so I created my own.

Moon Bitcoin Satoshi Earnings as of March 14 2017

1 min = 2 satoshi
2 min = 8 satoshi
3 min = 12 satoshi
4 min = 16 satoshi
5 min = 21 satoshi (minimum claim amount)
6 min = 25 satoshi
7 min = 29 satoshi
8 min = 31 satoshi
9 min = 35 satoshi
10 min = 39 satoshi
11 min = 42 satoshi

15 min = 115 satoshi

From my calculations, the best time to cash out would be at the 7th minute = 29 satoshi. If you claim you earnings at the 5th minute, the next earning would be 2 satoshi, if you wait and hold for the 6th anad 7th minute, you’ll earn 8 addition satoshi. Minutes 1 and 2 will give you a total of 6 satoshi.

If you’re interested in earning free Bitcoin, please click in the following link to begin earning: Moon Bitcoin

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