Microwallets, what are they?
Microwallets are like a piggy bank, it stores microtransactions until they add up to enough to deposit to your main wallet are like a piggy bank, it stores microtransactions until they add up to enough to deposit to your main wallet. A few have closed down over the years or reborn under a different name.
Listed are the main players as of 2018.
Coinpot is the microwallet used by a number of high paying premium faucets, it also has an inbuilt exchange system. Withdrawal limits are low with multiple options. Coinpot has it's own tokens and an internal exchange system. Ensure that the e-mail addres you sign up with, you use with all the coinpot faucets, otherwise you won't receive your faucet rewards.
Sadly is now closed, lots of the faucets have moved over to FaucetHub
Some microwallet.org faucets migrated over to FaucetBox, but now FaucetBox closed too, so many moved over to FaucetHub
Xapo uses your email address to send you instant satoshi to you Xapo wallet. By utilizing Xapo faucets, you ensure you receive instant payouts and maximize your earnings by removing the need for minimum payout requirements. Xapo has quite high fee's so bare that in mind when you withdraw from the faucets.
ePay utilizes a unique singular bitcoin address to track your funds and deposit your earnings into your bitcoin address. You are advised to use the same bitcoin address for all faucets. Every bitcoin address represents a separate account, and therefore you should only use one address for your account. By using the same bitcoin address on all listed faucets, you ensure that you can earn the minimum balance required for a withdrawal in a matter of minutes. By utilizing ePay, you ensure accurate and reputable payouts with high payout rates, progressive jackpots, and short claim intervals.