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Earn Money as a CAPTCHA Solver

Unless you have been living under a rock, you must know CAPTCHAs: the weird-shaped numbers and alphabets that appear mostly before sign-ups, yes, the ones you solve in one go. 

Now, like a curious cat, you must have wondered what’s the deal with ‘Confirm that you are not a Robot’ but we can bet that you never thought, even in your wildest fantasies, that you can earn money for solving them. 

Close your gasped mouth and read on. 

What is CAPTCHA?

CAPTCHA is short for “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart”.  

It is used to recognize whether the user at the other end is a Robot or a Human, which is important because you don’t want Robots pretending to be Humans to send you friend requests or a Bot purchasing 456 concert tickets for a millionaire while you cry in a corner. 

Bots cannot usually solve a CAPTCHA because they are dumb when it comes to recognizing and segmenting crowded numbers/alphabets. So many websites and businesses require humans to crack these codes. 

So hurry, earn some money before Bots come for this job as well. 

How to earn money by Captcha Solver?

The money offered by different websites vary but on average, you can earn around Rs. 8000 – Rs. 16000 every month solving CAPTCHAs part-time.

Most websites either pay you weekly or for every 1000 captchas you solve. Also, every website is looking for people to solve specific kinds of CAPTCHAS. We will advise you to go through these sites’ terms and conditions before signing up. 

Fun Fact: It is estimated that approximately 200 million CAPTCHAs are typed every day by people all around the world.

You can also supplement your earnings by signing up on EarnKaro, an affiliate-based site where you can earn by sharing amazing deals.

Tools Need to Solve Captcha

  • Computer
  • Laptop
  • Tablet
  • Mobile

You can use any of them.

Skills Need to Solve Captcha

  1. A sound understanding of different kinds of CAPTCHA
  2. Good Timing and Accuracy (some sites block you if you are not accurate)
  3. A registered account on the CAPTCHA solving service
  4. An integrated API (Application Program Interface) and communication platform
  5. A desire to earn money

Where Can I Sign Up To Become A Professional CAPTCHA Solver?

To earn by solving CAPTCHAs, register with websites like 2captcha, CaptchaTypers, MegaTypers, ProTypers, CaptchaClub, or install apps such as Kolotibablo Bot. Or you can even take up a freelance CAPTCHA solving job with the help of websites like Upwork and

What Is The Ideal Response Time Required To Solve A CAPTCHA?

The average speed required to solve a CAPTCHA is less than 12 seconds including the transfer of information from the business to you. Ideally, one should be able to solve a CAPTCHA within 6 seconds and it is even less for solving a reCAPTCHA.

Different Kinds of CAPTCHAs

Before you leave us to embark on your journey as a CAPTCHA Solver, it will help you to know a bit about different kinds of CAPTCHAs.

  • Text-based CAPTCHA
  • Mathematical CAPTCHA
  • Image-based CAPTCHA

In addition to being different in their content, they also have different difficulty levels and purposes. But if you love solving problems, none of them would be too difficult for you. 

Happy CAPTCHA-solving, Happy Moneymaking!

But by the end, if you feel CAPTCHAs are not your cup of chai, have a look at other remote working jobs like Virtual Assistant, Translator, Youtuber, Freelance Jobs and many more! You can also explore EarnKaro, India’s top deal sharing platform. It is easy to use and all you need to do is create your free account. Then you can create your own profit links or choose product deals from the site to share with your friends or family. When anyone makes a purchase using your link, you’ll earn a profit! Nice… isn’t it? So, try it!

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