Previously, we reported that TapResearch is going mad. In a good way. Cointiply’s OfferWall is getting more and more generous.
First thing that comes to mind is that Christmas is around the corner and since vast majority of Surveys are about shopping patterns… In any case, let’s glance at the OfferWall an ask ourselves – how profitable is TapResearch and is it worth the effort?
Before we proceed, some basics:
Unfortunately, if you ask yourself “why don’t I see the Survey earning opportunities“, remember: TapResearch is open for residents of following countries: US, CA, GB, BR, FR, DE, AU, CN, IT, ES, RU, JP, IN, MX, SE, DK, NO, FI, HK, SG, NL, KR.
- 10000 Cointiply Coins = $1
- Minimum Cointiply earnings withdrawal – $3,50 (BTC)
- Red or Blue survey color – makes little difference
- Approximate completion time means little; 20 minute Surveys can be completed in 5 minutes… or vice-versa.
- TapResearch rewards are credited immediately.
- (most important) Even if, for some reason, a user does not qualify for the survey, or fails to complete it half-way… TapResearch still pays out for trying!
Now, below is a screenshot taken randomly,
Should a user complete every survey, the earnings would sum up to $20.29.| Not bad for a couple of hours of work…Considering that, with experience, one learns that no survey ever takes “20 minutes“. Realistically, it is impossible to qualify for every single survey… But it is possible to try completing every single one! Rewards for “trying” correlate with potential completion earnings, thus a user will earn something from each attempt. Finally, – there is literally no end to surveys (at least, not in our experience). If a user spends an hour on the OfferWall, rewards do diminish, however, after a short break go back to normal.
READ MORE: Earn More, Work Less: Tap Research Tips & Guide*Disclaimer: OfferWalls are dangerous, risky, can cause harm to devices, undermine security and infringe privacy, as well as cause financial problems. All information stated above is for education/entertainment purposes and is written with an intention of harm reduction, rather than advertisement or promotion.