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Litecoin list last updated 18 April 2017
Rank Faucet Minimum Maximum Average Payout* Per hour* Timer Payout Method
1 Moon Litecoin 4310 204293 4310** 51720** 5 Direct +1
2 Litecoin Faucet 1500 10000000 2800 2800 60 Direct +1
3 Litecoin-Faucet 12500 25000000 12500** 12500** 60 FaucetHub -
4 Opesteri 4000 9000 6116 2935 125 ePay -
5 Coins 2 Day 5000 7000 5300 5300 60 ePay -
6 Green Faucet 5000 6000 5000** 1000** 300 ePay -
7 NewsFaucet.info 4000 6500 4000** 667** 300 ePay -
8 Bagi.co.in 2500 7500 2500** 30000** 5 ePay -
9 Bagi.co.in Litecoin 2500 7500 2500** 30000** 5 ePay -
10 Cryptospout Daily 37083 74165 37083** 1545.12** 1440 Direct -1
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*All averages are provided by the faucets and may not be accurate! **Minimum payout used as average not provided - average may be higher!
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What is Litecoin?

Litecoin is a peer-to-peer Internet currency that enables instant, near-zero cost payments to anyone in the world. Litecoin is an open source, global payment network that is fully decentralized without any central authorities. Mathematics secures the network and empowers individuals to control their own finances. Litecoin features faster transaction confirmation times and improved storage efficiency than the leading math-based currency. With substantial industry support, trade volume and liquidity, Litecoin is a proven medium of commerce complementary to Bitcoin.[1]

Litecoin has been an extremely stable currency over the years making it favoured by many as an alternative to using a bank.

Litecoin is currently the 4th most valuable cryptocurrency by market cap.[2]

Source: [1] Litecoin [2] Coin Market Cap

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What are faucets?

Faucets are a reward system that gives away free Bitcoins or altcoins. The first faucet was developed by Gavin Anderson, one of the lead developers of Bitcoin. Rewards vary per site but generally dispense at various predetermined intervals of time.[1]

Why do these sites give away free money? Faucets are a great way to introduce new people to Bitcoin and alternative cryptocurrencies, thereby both promoting each currency and providing new users with an easy to way to get their first coins.[2] You can also make money. By visiting each faucet you provide income to the faucet provider and in return you are rewarded with a small amount of coin. By visiting many faucets you can quickly accumulate coin for yourself!

Source: [1]Wikipedia [2]Wikipedia