In HBE faucet, you receive several Satoshi, which are automatically transferred to your wallet of micro-payments FaucetHub. Registration and possession of such a wallet is free (commissions are only charged for transfers). You can sell the collected Satoshi later to exchange it for a different currency.
All you have to do is correctly fill in the captcha codes, click NEXT, then GET REWARD and that's all. You can repeat these steps every 30 minutes. Each time, the number of Satoshi gained is randomly drawn (the chance to get them is displayed at the top, in the green bar).
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency introduced in 2009 by a person (or group of people) with the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. The name also refers to using its open source software and the peer-to-peer network it creates. Private cryptographic keys that are used to authorize transactions can be saved on a personal computer in the software created for this purpose, in a dedicated application on a smartphone, or in a so-called the hardware portfolio. In each of these cases, bitcoins can be immediately sent to the address of any participant in the bitcoin network, no matter where in the world the user is located. Each bitcoin is divided into 100,000,000 smaller units, called satoshi.
The peer-to-peer peer-to-peer network and the lack of central administration make manipulation of Bitcoin values by producing a larger number of bitcoins that are unfeasible for any government or other organization or entity.
Unlike most currencies (so-called fiat), bitcoin is not based on trust towards the central issuer. Bitcoin uses a decentralized database, distributed between peer-to-peer nodes to store transactions and cryptography to provide basic security functions, such as making sure that bitcoins can be issued only once by the person who owns them at any given time.