Bitcoin-funded internet for African communities… by collecting rewards from free sites.

No money needed!... Easy to do... Any time you like. To know more, see the <a href="https://clickforafrica.org/about/">about</a> page.

Quick Tasks

Quick Tasks

Things you can do easily right now without signing up.

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Mine For Africa

Mine For Africa

Just mine in a background tab for as long as you like

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Collect Rewards

Collect Rewards

Sign up, collect rewards and choose where to send them.

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Litecoin-Faucet.com

Litecoin-faucet.com is a nice, straightforward faucet with no withdraw limit, so you can transfer your earnings to FauceHub whenever you like. On each claim, you also get a lottery ticket for the weekly lottery, so there’s a chance of a bit more. You can increase your chance by using some of your balance to buy more tickets.

myfaucets.work

screenshot of the monitor page

myfaucets.work isn’t a faucet. It’s just a really useful tool that will increase your efficiency, save time and let you earn more from the faucets and PTC sites you visit. It’s really difficult to keep track of your sites, and they all have different timers too, making it even worse.

Install Brave Browser and help your favorite sites!


Brave browser will block ads and trackers for you. It also enables you to reward the sites you like by sending them tokens which have real value. Soon it will also have opt-in ads for which you receive a large percentage of the revenue. Until then they have an initial bonus distributed to users. This means you can support ClickForAfrica just by using Brave browser.

Almost there!

We wanted to make it possible for people to send currency directly to individuals who are doing worthwhile community projects in the Third World. It turned out not to be as easy as we thought, but now the work is almost done.

Anonymous Ads – Easy, Quick and Not Nosy.

Simple and straightforward advertising.

Those who have set up an advertising account with one of the big networks like google will know that it’s not a simple task. If you don’t spend a lot of time filling out forms and going through reams of ‘help’ pages and read a lot, you stand the risk of finding out what you skipped when payment time comes along. Or not… The messages you receive are standard form messages, you’re dealing with a robot, not a human, and you have to wade once again through their terms, conditions and intro pages to figure out what you did wrong.

You could spend many hours on this and still only have scraped the surface. And then if you decide to add another ad company to your portfolio you have to do it all over again! It’s a nightmare worthy of Kafka. Add to this that you have to help the ad agency track everything your users do, for nothing!

The First Free Bitcoin Faucet

Gavin Andreson’s faucet was paying 5BTC per day in 2010!

Imagine a faucet giving away 5BTC! That’s what Gavin Andreson’s faucet was paying back in June of 2010. It was his first bitcoin-related coding project and he started it off with ฿1,100. At today’s prices, that’s close to $100,000. Your claim of ฿5 would be worth $4,290!

Security Note: Site Gravatars Disabled

We’ve disabled  gravatars (the little avatar icons that show in your profile) because they pose a security threat. Many sites use an avatar service from gravatar.com:

An “avatar” is an image that represents you online—a little picture that appears next to your name when you interact with websites.

A Gravatar is a Globally Recognized Avatar. You upload it and create your profile just once, and then when you participate in any Gravatar-enabled site, your Gravatar image will automatically follow you there.

Apparently the sites using this service load the images using a hash of your address, and this hash can be used to reveal your email address. We believe the small convenience of having a picture follow you around on the web is outweighed by the security risks.

More in this Wordfence.com article.

THC Hosting Review

[edit: I forgot to mention one of the most important things… you can pay with BTC and many other currencies]
Over the last few years, we’ve used quite a few different hosting providers. There are many pitfalls when choosing a provider, and it’s not easy to transfer everything to a new host if something goes wrong, so it’s important to make a good choice at the outset if possible.

The "authorities" are putting pressure on payment processors to collect ID data on all users. We have stopped using the payment processor we previously used, and are setting up our own nodes. It should be done after Christmas.
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