All “Moon” (Coinpot-Partnered) Faucets have two Multipliers in common: “Mystery” and “Loyalty” Bonuses. Whereas “Mystery Bonus” is a random multiplier, potentially doubling every claim, “Loyalty Bonus” is cumulative, – every day a claim is made, the multiplier increases by 1%. Seems insignificant, right? Wrong! Here’s why:
1. Increasing “Loyalty Bonus” does not decrease the chance of hitting a high “Mystery Bonus“.
Although some conspiracy theorists might think that some Dark Faucet Master tweaks the Mystery Bonus to “roll” less as “Loyalty” grows, it’s a mere superstition.
2. Full “Loyalty Bonus” makes hours count for days and days count for weeks.
A 100% Loyalty Bonus doubles each claim. Have a look at the table below:
Visiting MoondogeCoin once every 4 hours yields 0.57 Dogecoin with 0% Loyalty Bonus… and 1.14 Dogecoin with 100% Loyalty Bonus. That’s more than the 1.01 Dogecoin 0%-Loyalty daily claim. Now, a 100% Loyalty Bonus multiplies 1.01 Dogecoin by 2… hence, a user earns 2.02 Doge, while a monthly claim is only 0.10 Doge greater, yet the best part is…
3. Loyalty Bonuses and Mystery Bonuses add up.
Let’s take the aforementioned MoonDash claim example that earned us 0.00002869 Duffs. A previous claim was made a few hours ago, yet the reward almost reached that of a weekly claim!
4. “Loyalty Bonus” is the only Bonus a user can easly control.
Referrals are not easy to find and keep due to Moon Faucets‘ popularity, “Mystery Bonus” is random, while maintaining a consistently high “Loyalty Bonus” is easier than one might think. First of all, Moon Faucets are available on all mobile devices and secondly, a simple “start page” trick eliminates the need to remember going through the boring faucet rotation routine.
In this case, we use Brave Browser as an example (though the same option should exist in every other browser – we simply do not come anywhere near a faucet without Brave and its fantastic ad-blocking system).
…and click “use current pages“.
The next time Brave starts up, all faucets will be at the ready (and ad-free).
5. No guarantees, but… some faucets might be forgiving.
Whether due to browser settings, script errors, background processes (sigh), sometimes being five-ten hours late remains unnoticed by some faucets. Although its best to count on the browser’s settings, rather than on luck.