The multitude of earning opportunities Cointiply offers can roughly be divided into two categories:
1. Core Income (guaranteed, traditional faucet “click for coins” system)
2. Secondary Income (“earn while you wait” type, offering potentially higher rewards, however requiring some form of investment, – i. e. Time (Games), CPU Power (Adverts, Mining), Reinvestment (Mining Game).
2.1. Offer Walls are in a category of their own (can imply risk. Danger Zone!) and should be discussed separately.
Cointiply Videos are actually closer to Category 1, than Category 2. Seemingly unaffiliated with Ascend Media, OfferToro and other well-known middlemen, Cointiply Videos require as little effort on your part as a Faucet hourly Roulette Roll.
– There is no need to leave the main Cointiply website (which is actualy quite good, – you avoid the unnecessary cookies/connections/cluttered cache/whatever else that comes with every new “earnings” portal). So your earnings are meticulously tracked and added to your balance immediately.
– The income is “always there for the taking”=guaranteed.
– One click = 8 Coins.
– No Captcha!!!
– The ads are really short (13-15 seconds each), the system is straight-forward, and the overall income is easily pre-calculated.
Proceeding further: (Basic) Instructions
Disclaimer; as with everything Cointiply-related, there are ways of “optimising” your performance, earning more doing less, – the “magic tricks” applicable to Cointiply Videos will be covered in a forthcoming article.
(if you haven’t, register on Cointiply using our referral link to support our project; help us help you!)
1. Click “Videos” Button on the Menu
2 Click “Watch”…
3. You can start playing the next video immediately after you see
4 Why not rinse-repeat up to 30 times an hour?
In exchange for a few clicks, 240 Coins can be added to your Cointiply balance per hour. In theory.
Sidenote (Mining Game Tip):
In our Mining Game Gem Guide, we mentioned how important it is to stockpile enough Gems to maintain 200% MP (“Mining Power“, not “Members of Parliament”) Efficiency (rate of passive coin production).
1% Efficiency costs 101 Gems.
2% Efficiency are “lost” every hour.
Currently, the coins-to-gems conversion rate is around 15 to 1
In other words, should you find yourself in times of trouble,
don’t wait for Mother Mary; remember that you can quickly earn some Gems to patch up the holes in your budget.
After switching to Gem Mode, watching a Cointiply Video brings you just over 100 Gems.
Without a doubt, there are more efficient ways of amassing large quantities of Gems, but if the time is running out (
our time is ruuunniiing ooout) and those couple Mining Efficiency % make a difference, you do not necessarily have to run to the Marketplace.
Compared to various
rubbish weak features Cointiply occasionally introduces, ways of earning such as an internal “videofaucet” are actually useful, both user and website-friendly and definitely should be added to one’s overall earning experience.
External “earn for watching videos” services pay more, but require much more tweaking to make sure you haven’t just been playing some Snores.tv Food Channel for hours and earned nothing.
Cointiply’s version is lighter, simpler and, de-facto, more time-efficient:
Cointiply: (Click+13 Seconds) = 1 video/8 Coins
Snores.tv: (Click + fcuk knows how much time) = 3 Videos+1 ad = 17 Coins, which might not be credited, or might be credited hours later, or or or… (unless you follow DMYF and read our “Cause We Juss Too Daym Busy Countin’: Making Faucets Do The Earning For You” series of articles, of course:).
The amount of effort earning coins using this method required is comparable to clicking “Roll” on the main “Roulette”… but so are the earnings. However, in addition to the income from an hourly “roll”, (optionally) Mining Game, a couple other videos playing on the background…
Time to publish a “How Much Can You Earn On Cointiply Per Day” calculation/guide?..
P. S. “8 Coins Per Video” sounds like it’s a waste of time and does not really make you want to click the banner? We know, right.
Sometimes, Cointiply intentionally announces their products and innovations in a uniquely discouraging manner. As if, stating “here’s something new; added it cause we had to; between us, it’s total crap”.
At least, to us, there’s no other explanation for the poor copywriting, undertone branding and indecisive product placement… conspiracy theories aside.