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Cointiply “Earn More, Work Less” Tips & Guides – Cointiply Videos

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Intro

This mini-guide is here to address the following topics:

– How can a Cointiply faucet user earn more Coins or Gems while doing less
– Real “passive” income
– Making the most out of what the system has to offer

Cointiply Videos

We described the Videos feature previously (read: How To Earn More on Cointiply: Tips & Guide) and promised to describe a method of how to “watch” videos… more efficiently. Most of the readers, most likely, guessed a trick or two themselves, however promises are promises.

Basics:

8 Coins per video
– No need to leave the main website (less weird connections, beacons, trackers)
30 videos per hour
– Videos are 10-30 seconds long
– Earnings are credited immediately.

Calculations:

8 * 30 = 240 * 24 = 5760 Cointiply Coins per day per account*.
10,000 Coins = 1$
(Mining Game) 9.514 Gems is 1 Coin, * 8 * 30 = 2283,36 Gems per hour.

Notes:

– Earnings are limited, yet guaranteed.
– This description uses Cointiply Videos; we let your imagination do the rest.
We are describing our own, anecdotal experiences and take no responsibility for others’ actions and the consequences of those actions.

Our rationale:

8 Coins per Click is not worth the trouble; 240 Coins per Click is a (slightly) different story
An hourly check-in yields 200-600 Gems in the Mining Game; 2,2k Gems is sweeter
– What is common sense/knowledge to us, might not be to someone else; we imagined someone actually clicking and watching the videos…

Method (description)

We love watching 10-20 second-long Cointiply videos, sometimes watching 30 identical videos in a row. Forget the 8 Coins, we’d do it for free. No, fuck, we love it so much, we’d pay someone 8 Coins per video just to be able to do it!

We just sit back on a sofa, project the videos on a big screen and go… It’s great. We’d do it every hour, all day, if we could… Unfortunately, since that’s all we do all day, the miuse battery dies. And we cannot watch our Videos anymore. We get really sad. Even a couple Ascend Media/Snores TV Videos playing in separate browser windows in the background does not make us happier.

To the rescue comes our friend Mr. Autoclicker! He also loves watching the Cointiply videos, but he enjoys the “clicking” part, the maniac. While we admire the content, our friend enjoys the exercise. He just loves the clicking, at certain time intervals. Sometimes, he even forgets that we have fallen asleep and aren’t even watching, inconsiderately continues clicking! We told Mr. Autoclicker that what he’s doing is bad manners, but it’s like talking to a child. Oh well, each to their own….

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Any workflow-optimising app can do wonders, but even a simple autoclicker (which we used for the sake of the test) would do; as long as a tool/app/script/program can record mouse movements/clicks and reproduce them in loops…

iOS users, as beings with better taste, enjoy Automator and its functions.
– We used a tiny tool called (surprise) Keyboard and Mouse Recorder, downloaded from MacUpdate (all downloads are at your own discretion/risk).
– Placing the mouse over “Watch Video and Earn…” button, recording a click, setting time intervals and using the “loop” function, adjusting times according to the length of the videos… It’s all common sense.
– All “No Videos for You Right Now” issues are solved by repetitive clicking.
Remember: 30 Videos per Hour; individual videos “refresh” on an hourly basis.
– There is a daily view limit.

Q: Omg, cheater, using a bot!!!

A: No. Autoclicker is a time-saving tool; it’s not a bot. Browser Extensions are browsing tools. Workflow optimisation apps and utilities optimise workflow. 

Q: Is it cheating?

A: No. Whenever we are asked to enter Captcha, we enter Captcha. If no one asks us to enter Captcha, we do not enter Captcha. If Cointiply will make users enter Captcha for a video worth 8 Coins, they will kill the whole subsection altogether. 

Everyone knows you can “watch” 4 videos on Ascend Media simultaneously. Everyone does it. Cointiply do not seem to care. We have been abusing the (albeit, minor) Captcha trick since forever after our registration. Nothing changed. The administration seems lenient enough, – at the end of the day, in terms of their video ad revenue, Cointiply is an broker getting paid by another ad broker…

saying that, we do not speak for Cointiply’s administration. The contents of this article are for entertainment purposes only.

*Q: “Per Account”?..

A: Now, multiple accounts would be cheating. We do not have multiple accounts and do not encourage the use of multiple accounts. However, as in case of Cointiply’s Mining Game, – many faucets,  by design, can only be viewed as a feasible source of income when a group of people are working as a team with a referral structure. It is difficult to imagine how the top of the Mining Game ladder can stay at the top without systematic referral activity; ergo, faucet features should also be evaluated from the “what can your referrals make out of this” perspective.

P. S.

Whether in the morally grey area or not, in conjunction with the “background” videos, using a tool to set a series of 30 (well, to start with) ads will not make one rich, but, at least, will not require much time and effort.

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“Investments” = 15 minutes of time to set up the system + actual video time, separated over hours/days. There are no “ROI”s, as there are on “I”s; just some de-facto passive faucet income. Because Cointiply is a faucet, not a 90-day investment vehicle.

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