In this topic, I will be guiding you through some basic and low risk ways to earn bitcoins. It would be same as online earning. But in the form of bitcoins. 1. Work to earn bitcoins Some people get paid in bitcoins, instead of cash currencies. Websites such as "XBTFreelancer= https://www.xbtfreelancer.com/ " & "Coinality = https://coinality.com/ " XBTFreelancer and coinality sites same as other freelanicng sites. such as upwork, freelancer.com, fiverr etc.. But the difference is of currecnry. On local freelancing sites you earn in $ currency but here you'll earn in XBT bitcoin currency. 2. PTC or Paid-to-Click websites ($0.4/hour on avg.) As the name suggests, these are websites that will give you small amounts of Bitcoin for viewing ads and visiting websites. The most popular PTC website today is "ads4BTC = http://ads4btc.com/". The site will give you a choice between 5-second ads, 10-second ads and 20-second ads, as shown here: As you can see, even if we watch 20-second ads all day long for 24 hours, we will be making 0.0216BTC. So basically, we’ll be making $9.612 for 24 hours of work. 3. Micro jobs There is always the possibility of completing micro tasks in order to get paid small amounts of Bitcoin. "Coinworker = https://coinworker.com/" is a good example of a micro jobs Bitcoin site. Jobs can be anything from testing a web application on a browser to retweeting a post. 4.BitcoinTalk Signature Campaigns ($2.67/hour on avg.) Somewhere around mid-2014, BitcoinTalk started running signature campaigns. What this means is that you use your BitcoinTalk’s signature to advertise a Bitcoin product and get paid for every post you write. The complete list of campaigns can be seen "here = https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=615953.0". Of course, this created a lot of “junk” posts on BitcoinTalk, like people saying just “thank you” or “awesome post” and not adding any actual content. You get paid according to your membership level on BitcoinTalk. Usually, anyone under a full member won’t get paid that much or paid at all. To becoming a full member, you’ll need at least 120 posts under your belt, and then you can start earning 0.0005BTC on average per post. There are also limitations on posts you can write such as “original posts with 60 or more characters”, “You can’t have negative trust or other advertisements”, etc. Sometimes, there’s also a minimum post requirement per week. Seeing as writing a constructive post of at least 60 words takes a minimum of five minutes, my guess is that if you work for 24 hours straight, you can make 0.144BTC. So you’ll be making $64.08 for 24 hours of work. This, of course, does not include the number of posts you need to write in order to get the required membership level on BitcoinTalk. Also, many campaigns have a “maximum posts allowed per week” policy, so you may not be able to work a full 24 hours. 5. Writing for blogs and news sites ($31.25/hour on avg.) If you think you have enough knowledge to contribute about Bitcoin, you can always become a writer for a blog or a news site. Many sites need to fill up a daily quota of posts, and they are desperately looking for writers. We hire the occasional writer on 99Bitcoins as well, and I can say that the salary of a blog post writer will vary significantly based on your experience, control of the English language and expertise. If you’re a top-notch writer, you can even make up to $80 per 1000-word blog post. On average, I’m guessing most writer get somewhere around $35 for a 1000-word blog post. But writing a good blog post takes time. For example, it took me about four hours to write this 2400-word blog post. So let’s say, theoretically, that I can work for 24 hours straight; I’ll be making around $750. If you want to become a writer, the best way to find Bitcoin blogs that are looking for writers is through "Coinality = https://coinality.com/ " , which aggregates all of the Bitcoin jobs being posted online. 6. Become a Bitcoin Affiliate The idea of an affiliate program is that you promote someone else’s product and they pay you in return for sales you bring in. So, for example, I can promote TREZOR (which is actually an awesome product ), and if someone decides to buy TREZOR and they came from my site, I get a commission for it. It can add up to a pretty nice amount. If you’re interested in going down this route, here is a list of many of the Bitcoin affiliate programs out there. = https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin_Affiliate_Programs 7. Play games to earn bitcoins yes, thats true. you can earn a little amount of bitcoins by playing game. it can be very useful as mostly in our spare time we play games. So playing games and earning bitcoins simultanously is an advantage. "ChopCoin = http://chopcoin.io/, "Coinbrawl = http://www.coinbrawl.com/ and "Bitcoin Aliens Mobile App = https://coinverting.com/apps/" are just some examples of how you can make the task of earning small amounts of Bitcoin pleasurable. If i found some more simple and easy ways of earning. I'l surely share them here.