Microwallet.co Review: Scam or Legit?

Microwallet.co is a small microwallet that supports 5 different coins and a few offerwalls to increase your earnings.

Microwallet.co is a small microwallet that supports 5 different coins and a few offerwalls to increase your earnings.

How to earn on Microwallet.co?

Microwallet.co Dashboard

Like any other microwallet, you’ll need to collect coins from the supported faucets. Those faucets can be found under the “Faucets list” tab on the menu. At the moment they support a small number of faucets that you can use to claim.

They support 5 different coins: Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (Doge), Litecoin (LTC), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

You can also use their offerwalls to earn some crypto. There are 5 offerwalls filled with surveys, quizzes and much more.

Integrate your Faucet

API documentation

Are you a faucet owner and do you want to integrate microwallet.co in your faucet/service? It’s not difficult, there is an API doc available for you to use. You can also migrate from FaucetHub very easily due to their downloadable library.

There is also a Faucet Owner dashboard where you can manage your balances and see how many users are active on your faucet.

Affiliate program

There is an affiliate program that rewards you with 10% of the offers completed by your referrals on the offerwalls.

Withdrawal

Have you collected enough coins? Let’s withdraw your funds. If you want to withdraw Bitcoin then you’ll need 20.000 Satoshis and there is a fee of 400 Satoshis.

If you want Ethereum there is a minimum amount of 0.10000000 ETH and a fee of 0.00001000 ETH.

Dogecoin has a minimum withdrawal requirement of 100 Doge and a fee of 0.05000000 Doge.

Litecoin has a minimum requirement of 0.00200000 LTC and a fee of 0.00008000 LTC.

Bitcoin Cash has a minimum requirement of 0.05000000 BCH and a fee of 0.00100000 BCH

There is a 1.5% fee on every deposit.

Conclusion

Microwallet.co is a new microwallet and we haven’t got any proof yet, feel free to send us your proof(s) on our contact page. There are quite high withdrawal requirements that are hard to reach with the very few faucets that exist at this time.