99Bitcoins is more than just a faucet. The website’s author, Ofir Beigel, is one of the leading voices in the Bitcoin community. His faucet is what I have based my own faucet on. This website has tons of information regarding all things Bitcoin. If you have a question about Bitcoin, this website will most definitely have the answer. Please give his website a visit, you will be thankful that you took the time to check it out.
Freebitco.in is one of the most trusted bitcoin faucets. It has been around since 2013, and with an Alexa rank of 1,281, it is one of the most highly visited bitcoin faucet sites on the internet. It features an hourly faucet, a high/low multiply game, 4.08% interest rate on account balance, and a lottery that gives away $2000+ every week. I have been using the site for over two years and have been able to accrue a significant amount of Bitcoins from them. I highly recommend you try out this faucet.
Swiss Ads Pays Faucet
Swiss Ads pays a little higher than Freebitco.in, but does not have as long of a history. They have an Alexa rank of 37,642. I personally like this site because it offers HI-LO dice, 8-ball pool, and coin toss games. They also have a weekly raffle/lottery. Overall I find the site easy to use and has a significant enough payout to keep me coming back.
Faucet planet is another higher paying faucet. It has a 30 minute timer and the payout threshold is 75,000 satoshis. The Alexa rank is 148,898 which is not very high, but so far I have received all of my payouts and there is no reason to believe that I will not in the near future. From the layout and signup of the website I am almost positive that this site is run by the same team that runs Swiss Ads. I recommend this faucet right along with the Swiss Ads faucet.
Moon Bitcoin is a long running faucet that can be very high paying. They have 4 different bonuses allowing for up to 400% added to your claims. Moon has an offer wall that allows you to almost instantly claim larger amount of Bitcoin for completing different tasks. As of July 2017 they switched from Xapo wallet to Coinpot to accumulate your coins. Since the switch there have been many complaints about Coinpot’s service ranging from not returning emails to not honoring withdrawals. My advice is to stick to a wallet address to sign in and claim your satoshis when you reach the 25,000 amount.