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Get Free Ethereum With These Options

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If you’re looking for ways to earn free Ethereum with no strings attached, you have come to the right place.  It’s not as easy as pushing a button but with some little effort, it could seem as easy as this.

In today’s post, I wanted to talk about the many legitimate options you have if you’re looking for ways to get free Ethereum, but don’t want to invest your cash.

And, as in all of my guides, everything I recommend is always 100% honest.  Please keep in mind that you won’t get rich, but you can earn a few dollars a day with very minimal effort.

How to Get Ethereum Free

Idle-Empire

You can earn points on Idle-Empire simply by answering survey questions, playing games as well as watching videos.  There’s a lot to keep you busy.

After you collect enough points, which is only $0.10 in rewards, you can redeem for Ethereum if that’s the reward you want.  When you do so, it’s sent to your crypto wallet within 24 hours at no charge.

Idle-Empire has one of the lowest payout thresholds in the industry, and you could have a few dollars worth of Ethereum in less than 24 hours.  How much you make depends on how hard you work.



Freecash

As I write this, Freecash has more than $40,000 in offers ready to be completed.  While you won’t make that much, there’s a lot to do.

The thing I like about Freecash is that it’s interactive and they offer a lot of unique rewards, such as Ethereum as well as other gift card options.

You only need $2.50 in coins to start the cash out process, making it one of the lowest thresholds in the industry.

GrindaBuck

GrindaBuck offers a variety of ways to earn, mainly through surveys and offers; however, they do have a “passive” income section where you can watch videos to earn points.  However, in my experience, you won’t earn much in doing so.

The company offers Ethereum cash outs starting at 250 points, which is $2.50 in value.  Upon cashing out, you should see your reward within 12 hours.

Rollercoin.com

Rollercoin is much different than what’s known as an “Ethereum faucet,” which is a task-like website that requires you to complete a series of boring repetitive tasks for a tiny amount of ETH.  Most of these faucets are not worth your time and it’s the reason I won’t mention them on the list here.

With Rollercoin, you will play games and then build your “data center,” which allows you to mine ETH inside the app.  Ethereum isn’t the only option, either, as you can mine DOGE, BNB, BUSD, Solana, Tether and BTC, too.

If you don’t want to answer survey questions and would rather play games, it’s to consider.  Just don’t expect to get rich, as I found the payouts to be quite low.

EarnCrypto.com

EarnCrypto.com will pay you in Ethereum (or you can choose from 100+ other coins) when you watch videos, test apps, complete surveys or even refer your friends.  Most of these offers come from third-party offer walls, but this can be said about most GPT-like websites that I mention.

The company doesn’t have a fixed minimum to withdraw, which makes it the lowest threshold on the list.  Yes, you can cash out whenever, but keep in mind that transaction fees may apply.

COIN

The COIN app allows you to earn in a variety of ways much different than your typical surveys.  You can earn by walking, driving or even visiting stores.  There’s much more to this, but nonetheless, it’s another app/website that pays you in cryptocurrency, including Ethereum.

You will need at least $5 to cash out for Ethereum, but this shouldn’t take long at all if you play around with it for the day.

The COIN app is very popular, with more than 1,000,000+ downloads and a solid 4.6/5 rating on the Google Play store.

Final Thoughts

If you want to earn Ethereum at no cost to you, it can be done; however, it will take a pinch of work on your part.  Even so, you won’t earn much, so don’t expect to be the next crypto-millionaire.  With little effort, though, you can earn $5 to $20 a week in Ethereum, no problem.

For now, what I recommend is that you check out the many options above and choose one that makes the most sense to you.  And, if you like more than one option, sign up for all of them as there’s no limit as to how many you can sign up for.

That’s going to wrap it up for now.

As always, if you want to add to this list or comment on the companies mentioned, you’re more than welcome to add your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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