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Aumentar el roll Cointiplier del faucet de Cointiplyno es un mito. Dado que las ganancias del faucet se pueden multiplicar, los nuevos usuarios deben considerar trabajar en hacerlo desde el día uno. Con el tiempo, tener un boost de aprox. 1,9x en el reclamo del faucet valdra la pena. De hecho, para un usuario activo, el Cointiplier puede valer más que diez referidos (los referidos tienden a ser perezosos, apenas activos y no darse cuenta de que la mina de oro de Cointiply es OfferWalls, donde ganar $5 por día es más fácil que resolver el captcha).
Durante los meses posteriores al registro, el Cointiplier se puede atascar en algo parecido a…
… eventualmente puede “saltar” a algo parecido a:
A pesar de la fuerte sospecha de que hay un elemento “manual” detrás ese movimiento de flecha, parece que aumentarlo es posible, de una u otra manera, detenerse por completo. Dado que el cambio en el número de Cointiplier siguió un cambio en el patrón general de la actividad de Cointiply, podría ser posible que existan ciertos pasos, los cuales podrian garantizar un aumento de ganancias cercano a 2x (más x2 Bono de lealtad…)
La pregunta es… si realmente es necesario dedicar tiempo a intentarlo.
Las recompensas de los “rolls” de faucet no son nada, en comparación con las ganancias de OfferWall, pero – junto con el Aumento de Lealtad del 100%, con el tiempo, todo se va acumulando – una garantía de $ 0.01 por tirada es… una garantía de $ 0.01 por tirada. La Oferta de Kiwi Wall de $1.53 tardó unos segundos en completarse, pero… encontrar una buena Oferta requiere experiencia, precaución e investigación.
Aunque algunos aspectos de la publicación inicial de Cointiply Review hace siglos están desactualizados, la sección dedicada al Cointiplier refleja en gran medida su naturaleza con sorprendente precisión. En particular, – la “filosofía” detrás del Cointiplier:
“…mientras más ingresos generes para Cointiply, mayor será el pago. Tan simple como eso
Aunque probar la mayoría de las secciones del sitio debería (en teoría) ser suficiente para que la“ flecha”se mueva, de hecho, no es 100% correcta.
El “salto” de x1.47 a x1.92 del multiplicador de ingresos del faucet de Cointiply, ocurrió después de navegar en Offer Walls. Algunas secciones del sitio web que ni siquiera fueron visitadas.
Sobre la base de evidencias anecdóticas, en caso de que alguien esté interesado en multiplicar cada “Roll” por hora, se deben considerar algunos aspectos:
-El Cointiplier solo se aplica al “roll“: faucet, sin embargo, si se puede aumentar, se debería hacer. Los resultados serán notables con el tiempo, ya que los “rolls” de Cointiply en realidad sí producen ingresos superiores al mínimo muchas veces más que cualquier otro faucet basado en Roulette.
-Parece que el camino más fácil para aumentar el Cointiplier es completando algunas Ofertas, que no tienen por qué requerir mucho tiempo, ser riesgosas o complicadas. Como se indicó anteriormente, los Offer Walls puede ser peligrosos; Se recomienda altamente la aplicación de sentido común, precaución, cinismo, pensamiento crítico, paranoia, sarcasmo, etc.
-“Mining” ( ) no es un requisito para el salto descrito anteriormente. Tampoco los “Anuncios PTC“, los “Juegos” o el nuevo “Juego multiplicador“.
-Cointiply a menudo declara o insinúa que a Cointiplier no le gusta el bloqueo de anuncios. Esto no es cierto, o no es completamente cierto. Brave Browser hace un excelente trabajo en la erradicación de anuncios fraudulentos en la página principal… pero los escudos deben ser retirados, al menos parcialmente, en OfferWalls (comprensiblemente, – El progreso de la oferta debe ser rastreado para que el usuario reciba la recompensa … aunque aprender más sobre Shields se recomienda). A diferencia de otros navegadores que combaten los anuncios con complementos fácilmente detectables, los “Escudos” de Brave están activos desde el momento de la instalación y, a menos que alguien realmente quiera ver banners molestos, no lo hará.
Soporte de Cointiply afirma que el “salto” es automático … Pero ponerse en contacto con el Soporte podría ayudar.
Una vez que la flecha se mueve parece quedarse. 06.03.2019 actualizacion: Cointiplier se ha movido de 1.92 a 1.91 por alguna razón desconocida.
Ir tras el Cointiplier intencionalmente tiene sentido si el usuario es relativamente nuevo en (pocas semanas), pero bastante serio acerca de permanecer en Cointiply.
Según se informa, las ganancias de Cointiply se ven afectadas por la geolocalización de un usuario. Cointiplier no debe serlo.
• Antes de presenciar el movimiento del Cointiplier, dos secciones del sitio web fueron ignoradas casi por completo: Videos y Offer Walls, sin embargo, solo unas pocas visitas al Offer Walls fueron suficientes, así que…
… una guía aproximada sobre cómo aumentar el Cointiplier podría expresarse como algo en la forma de un plan paso a paso:
(hipotético, ¡derivado de la experiencia personal!)
Ver algunos videos y videos de Cointiply.
Ir a Offer Walls, completar un par de ofertas en varios muros diferentes, (si la flecha no se ha movido para entonces…)
Un par de ofertas más… Las encuestas podrían ayudar. (… ¿aún no hay movimiento? …)
Juega algunos juegos… Visita anuncios de PTC…
¿Un par de Ofertas mas?… (¿Cointiplier todavía no está impresionado?)
Escribe una queja enojado/indignado/devastado al Soporte (CointiplySupport responde rápidamente. Tal vez, demasiado rápido, incluso).
It seems that the 500% Satoshi Claim Multiplier of MoonBitcoin is more achievable than a 300% Claim Multiplier of MoonDoge, MoonLitecoin or MoonBitconCash, as the 90%+ Mystery Bonus is encountered much more frequently on average, per 5-minute faucet claim, while four remaining Multipliers can be kept stable.
Offer Bonus can be pumped up to 100% relatively easily… if you are responsible enough to know how to work with OfferWalls* – visit MoonBitCoin’s OfferWall page – complete Offers (earning Satoshi) = …. +%%%.
ReferralBonus – each referral +1%.
Daily Loyalty Bonus – login, make a claim once a day for 100 days = 100% bonus.
Mining Bonus… = we, personally, do not trust “browser mining” and thus cannot possibly recommend that feature.
*OfferWalls can be risky; use reasonable caution. Though at least two OfferWalls are identical to those of Cointiply; though paying with Satoshi.
**MoonBitcoin faucet claim grants a visitor the same 3 Coinpot Tokens as do action on the rest of Coinpot-partnering faucets. 100 Coinpot Tokens are roughly worth $0.01.
Cointiply is undergoing changes. To put it more accurately, the cryptocurrency market is undergoing changes which affect Cointiply, Cointiply’s administration is clumsily reacting to said changes, regular Cointiply‘s users are having a “sigh, whatever” moment, while many Mining Game players’ feelings are better described by “wait, wtf?“.
1. What’s up with Tap Research?
Tap Research used to generously reward users for attempting to take a survey. Perhaps too generously, – even clicking on a Survey was rewarded.
Half-completing a 20-minute survey hoping to earn $5 and wasting time due to getting disqualified half-way was annoying, however, righteously compensated by a % of the promised reward.
Tap Research was the OfferWall place to go and Cointiply openly encouraged users to take advantage of the earning system which, naturally, represented fertile grounds for abuse, but who cares was immensely profitable to both the faucet and faucet users.
In short, – when the Offer Wall “went mad“, rewards for “trying” kinda disappeared. Both Cointiply and TapResearch are poker-facing.
…so unless it’s a bug affecting only some users (let us know!), fairytale’s gone bad.
2. Mining Game Status
…with revenues from TapResearch vanishing and Gems becoming expensive, some users’ lack of pre-calculation resulted in disappointment.
The good: in October, a Mining Game update allowed users to “maintain” mines at their own pace.
The bad: referral income was restricted to Coins. Goodbye, passive Gem influx.
The ugly: although Gem cost is, theoretically, determined by the market and was introduced to ensure Mining Game‘s sustainability, its introduction reminded “investors” that the rules are determined by Cointiply and, – surprise, – the “income” is far from “passive“. An expensive mine can generate $3-$5-$10 per day, a stock of Gems on auto-spend mode can allow a user to log in only to withdraw the earnings, but the cost of “repairs” (aka renewing the “lease”) will force the user either to spend profits on purchasing Gems on the Marketplace, or “work” on OfferWalls.
Our access to Smores.tv is “denied“. Again, – hopefully other users still able to run three videos on background, passively collecting Coins, – besides, we are merely reviewing features and running Smores.tv never resulted in astronomical profits, – the restriction acted as a reminder that nothing in life is “forever“.
We were very, ehm, experimental when it came to things like testing how many videos a user can watch simultaneously, on how many devices and whether Smores.tv won’t mind us mainly watching how many coins have “ticked” per window, or watching the videos while sleeping, so to us a “goodbye, free video coins” was a question of time, however, just in case the system still works for everyone else, a few tips:
– running YouTube in parallel might not be a great idea. – running media players in parallel might not be a great idea – “watching” Cointiply PTC ads in parallel might not be a great idea – sticking to the recommended “three” videos at once might be more prudent than “losing count” – contacting Support did not resolve anything (but we did not persist/insist) – we generally did not try to resolve the issue by more “technical” means – apparently, VPN use is “prohibited” by Cointiply and is most likely frowned upon by OfferWalls – the repertoire of Smores.tv is limited and, anecdotally, getting paid for “watching” a video for the XXXXXth time can’t last forever (cycling through channels paid best) – thanks to the OfferWall, we discovered that Late Night Alumni produce awesome melodic vocal house tracks!
4. What’s up with Cointiply Videos?
“Temporarily” offline. Were too good to be true. Nuff said.
5. PTC Ads
Operational. Risky (to be reviewed).
6. Is the main Faucet enough to make money?
Main Faucet is still frequently rolling “high” and, with a x1.92 multiplier + x2 (100% Loyalty Bonus) multiplier is a nice bonus, especially in Gem Mode when GpC rate is good.
Earnings are nothing in comparison to OfferWall rewards.
7. Multiplier Game…
– Gambling is bad. – Why pay back the faucet where the money was earned? – We believe that specialised cryptocurrency casinos are more likely to be “fair” because their popularity is mainly dependent on whether users are happy with the odds. Looking for a cryptocurrency casino? We have not experienced issues testing out LuckyGames (so far). At least, unlike other “casinos” LuckyGames does not push a user to make a deposit by offering XXXXXXX% “free” bonus as a top-up (=want to make a withdrawal?.. make bets equivalent to 100x your balance…), does not spam at all, does not require registration as a trial, has its own faucet, does not host idiotic slot games and accepts almost 100 cryptocurrencies. If there is such a thing as a legitimate and fair online cryptocurrency casino, LG is as close to making such impression as we’ve seen. Yet again, – gambling is bad and impressions are subjective.
8. Can users deposit Bitcoin in Cointiply’s system?
5% Interest on Coin Balances
Starting December 1st, 2018 you can earn 5% annual interest on any Coin balance of 35,000 Coins or more. Interest will be calculated daily and paid weekly.
“Why doesn’t Cointiply offer a “savings” service” was a question which we asked ourselves for months, facepalming over and over.
Now yet another market opportunity which Cointiply administration previously either missed, introduced too late, or just fucked up joins the club. Whether Cointiply will turn out to be a scam in the end, or there will be a “happily ever after”, when the Mining Game will crumble under its own weight, or whether Cointiply‘s intentions are good or not – we do not know. Perhaps, the reason that keeps us guessing are these decisions which scream cluelessness, lack of profit-oriented thinking, or god knows what else.
On the other hand…
Noite: Cointiply is not a cryptocurrency faucet. Cointiply is a digital marketing “third wheel party”. Cointiply pays its users a % of what it receives from, say, OfferToro, or Adscend Media, which, in turn, are paid a commission from a sale of your “brand awareness increase”, “demographics, “political views”, or “downloads”.
Digital marketing is what Cointiply is good at. The Miming Game is an excellent example of a move which succeeded at bringing a ton of new users to Offer Walls, – bridging the gap between a product and a consumer. However, the mechanics behind the game were a total fail, – somewhat patched by the introduction of the Gem system, yet dependent upon Cointiply using the short-term influx of finance wisely. What did Cointiply do next?..
Cointiplier: “Don’t withdraw!”
Premium Account: “Don’t withdraw!”
Various promises (withdrawals in different currencies): “Don’t withdraw!”
“Savings” scheme: “Don’t withdraw!”
Thing is, since the “faucet” positioned itself as a “cryptocurrency” service provider, it cannot exist in absolute informational isolation and some market stratosphere. Their target audience might care about such things as “Bitcoin market cap“, “transaction times” and (who could have thought!) maybe even have higher-than-average awareness of such weird concepts as “privacy concerns” and “mathematics“. Moreover, the target audience might be aware of the market’s volatility.
…perhaps, if the strategists behind Cointiply would spend years observing cryptocurrency market instead of watching the faucet “industry“, they would make better decisions. Or not. Who knows.
Why was the savings scheme introduced?
Because finally. Unfortunately, introducing it when the market is in the state it is in is no more than a joke.
A better idea would be acting upon yet another promise:
“Soon” = “when the sky falls down”.
Introducing DASH and ETH withdrawals would cost Cointiply nothing and attract more customers. The faucet’s strongest selling point is the “earn fiat – withdraw crypto” system. Diversifying that system would attract new users. Which is, in theory, what Cointiply is interested in… unless users withdrawing the funds earned is something the administration strives to avoid.
Summary: Cointiply keeps overlooking the obvious inexpensive innovations which could result in insane profits. Cointiply moves a step closer to allowing direct deposits. Cointiply wants more funds, – why? Greed? Necessity to patch up the holes created by the Miming Game‘s mechanics? Or…
8. Withdrawals – is Cointiply still paying out as promised?..
Yes. A recemt Dogecoin withdrawal request was successful and relatively quick (1 day). So, as of now, Cointiply is a legitimate, generous faucet and is not a scam.
9. Other features…
Such as Browser Mining, Games...
…we consider a waste of time and are not reviewing.
Increasing Cointiply’s faucet roll Cointiplier is not a myth. Since the faucet earnings can be multiplied, new users should consider working on doing so from day one. Over time, having a 1,9x-ish faucet claim boost will count. In fact, for an active user, the Cointiplier might be worth more than ten referrals (referrals tend to be lazy, barely active and failing to realise that Cointiply’s gold mine is OfferWalls, where earning $5 a day is easier than solving captcha).
For months following registration, the Cointiplier can be stuck at something resembling…
…eventually it can “jump” to something along the lines of..:
Despite a strong suspicion that there is a “manual” element behind that arrow movement, it seems increasing it is possible, one or another way, full stop. Since the change in Cointiplier number followed a change in general pattern of Cointiply activity, it could be possible that there are certain steps, following which may ensure a close-to-2x (plus x2 Loyalty Bonus…) earnings increase…
Question is… whether it really is necessary to spend time on trying to.
Faucet “rolls’ rewards are nothing, compared to OfferWall earnings, but – in conjunction with the 100% Loyalty Boost, over time, everything does add up over time, – a guaranteed $0.01 per roll is… a guaranteed $0.01 per roll. The $1.53 Kiwi Wall Offer took seconds to complete, but… finding a good Offer requires experience, caution and research.
Though some aspects of the early Cointiply Review published centuries ago are outdated, the section dedicated to the Cointiplier pretty much reflects its nature with surprising accuracy. In particular, – the “philosophy” behind the Cointiplier:
“…the more income you generate for Cointiply, the higher the payout will be. Simple as that.”
Although trying out most sections of the site should (in theory) be enough for the “arrow” to move, de-facto, it is not 100% correct.
The “jump” from x1.47 to x.1.92 Cointiply faucet income multiplier occurred after browsing Offer Walls. Some sections of the website that were not even visited.
Based on anecdotal evidence, in case anyone is interested in multiplying every hourly “Roll“, some aspects should be considered:
– Cointiplier only applies to the “roll“: faucet, however if it can be increased, it should be. The results will be noticeable over time, since Cointiply’s “rolls” actually do produce higher-than-minimum revenues many times more often than any other roulette-based faucet out there.
– It seems that the easiest path to increasing the Cointiplier is completing a few Offers, which do not have to be time-consuming, risky or complicated. As stated above, OfferWalls can be dangerous; application of common sense, caution, cynicism, critical thinking, paranoia, sarcasm, etc. is highly recommended.
– “Mining” () is not a requirement for the jump outlined above. Neither is “PTC Ads“, “Games” or the new “Multiplier Game“.
– Cointiply often states or hints that Cointiplier does not like adblocking. This is either not true, or not entirely true.Brave Browser does an excellent job at eradicating scammy adverts on the main page… but the shields have to be taken down, at least partially, on OfferWalls (understandably, – Offer progress needs to be tracked so the user receives the reward… although learning more about Shields is recommended). Unlike other browsers which fight ads with easily detectable add-ons, Brave’s “Shields” are active from the moment of installation and unless someone really wants to see annoying banners, he won’t.
– Cointiply Support claims the “jump” is automatic… But contacting Support might help.
– Once the arrow moves it seems to stay. 06.03.2019 upd: Cointiplier moved from 1.92 to 1.91 for some unknown reason.
– Intentionally going after the Cointiplier makes sense if the user is relatively new to (few weeks), but fairly serious about staying on Cointiply.
– Reportedly, Cointiply earnings are affected by a user’s geolocation. Cointiplier should not be.
– Prior to witnessing the Cointiplier move, two sections of the website were almost completely ignored: Videos and OfferWalls, however merely a few visits to the OfferWalls were enough, so…
…a rough guide on how to increase the Cointiplier could be expressed as something in the form of a step-by-step plan:
(hypothetical, derived out of personal experience!)
– Watching a few Videos and Cointiply Videos,
– Going to OfferWalls, complete a couple of Offers on at couple different Walls,
(if arrow did not move by then…)
– A couple more Offers… Surveys might help.
(…still no movement?…)
– Play a few Games… Visit PTC Ads...
– Couple more Offers…
(Cointiplier still not impressed?)
– Write and angry/outraged/devastated complaint to Support (Cointiply Support does respond fast. Maybe, too fast, even).
– …still no luck? Forget about the damn multiplier. Read our “Earn More, Work Less” series and make your next Dogecoin withdrawal today.
Key points: Cointiply’s Mining Game is advertised as a way of earning “passive income”. The figures mentioned are up to 14k Satoshi a day. There’s a catch: the game requires investment; want to succeed? Invest back into Cointiply, not into your Bitcoin wallet. Many won’t have the patience/time/funds.
On a good note, Cointiply “revolutionised” a single faucet system by adding a chat, – making fauceting social. Which can be addictive. Or it can help you learn from others.
The game encourages users to fully explore the faucet’s earning potential; that will cost the users time. A lot of time. And will generate Cointiply a hefty income. If imbalanced, the Mining Game can be a trick to discourage users’ earnings transfers.
If balanced… If…
Introduction: Know Your Enemy Faucet
FreeBitco.in has been around since 2013. FreeDoge is FBC’s sister site. Coinpot.co runs for four years. While Cointiply‘s reliability and trustworthiness have yet to prove themselves. Cointiply and Don’t Miss Your Flight are roughly… The same age.
Maybe because of that, we like Cointiply. We like the design, we like the fact that, compared to other faucets, a visit to the dark-themed webpage feels refreshing. There are features of Cointiply which are convenient. There are tricks which we learned to love. The roulette does often roll high.
We admit that, while Moon Faucets require a lot of calculation, research, risk and some imagination to attain a significant income, Cointiply requires little to no brainwork to provide a decent-enough profit to its user (for a faucet).
NOTE: What do you consider “good faucet income” (all faucets you use in total)? We would recommend setting a 10000 Satoshi a day minimum (with 0 referrals) mark. If you are earning less than that… Subscribe to DMYF, read previous articles and trust us, – “less” means “more”.
A savvy Coinpot user can earn ten times the amount a Cointiply user can, but don’t forget, – Cointiply is one faucet and has a competitive advantage, – a user de-facto earns fiat, rather than cryptocurrency, – HODL your earnings withdrawal, avoid withdrawing through Faucethub, until BTC or DOGE is X USD; when BTC price doubles.. On the flipside, – all is well when BTC and DOGE are cheap (yes, even DOGE’s fiat price can rise with the market); should their fiat price rise before you make a withdrawal and remain steadily high, you will regret neglecting BitFun, MoonBit.co.in and BonusBitcoin in favour of Cointiply. But, hey, it’s all in the game.
Cointiply does make an impression of trying to “innovate”. The “trying” part is good enough for us; we do not blame Cointiply for making mistakes (we are talking business strategy, not high-school grammar), or directing efforts somewhere diametrically opposite to “right”,“economically viable”, or overseeing the obvious ways of introducing features which would profit both the user and the company (equitable exchange). We even forgive Cointiply for strange decision-making; we genuinely hope the faucet’s intentions are good and just a little misunderstood it will not go bust.
We blame most of Cointiply team’s errors on inexperience, however we cannot possibly agree with a number of indisputable facts:
We disprove of its association with Faucethub because it does little but harm the user.
We regret the fact that Cointiply agrees to advertise obvious scams, indirectly associating itself with companies that rob consumers.
We find some decisions unworthy of a quality service-provider.
Most of all, we cannot possibly endorse “white lies” which border with misinformation in faucet-user interaction. A user should have a clear idea of how much he will earn by dedicating his time to a faucet. The “earnings” are minuscule as they are. Faucet users deserve rewards. Faucet users do not deserve losses.
Cointiply’s Mining Game: A Conceptual Prequel to a Review
If our readers would see our to-do list, they would realise that reviewing Cointiply’s “Mining Game” is, um, a task for future generations. However, “due to popular demand”, we will borrow time from some time bank or something.
This is a prequel, so do not expect great detail. Keep in mind, though, that, sometimes, first pages of a book can indicate whether a book is worth reading at all.
Cointiply introduced its Mining Game a while back. Let’s be politically correct (for now) and define the game as “a fun feature”.
Excuse our cynical approach, but we will describe the premise/synopsis of the “game” part as “bla-bla-bla, planet bla-bla-bla, save the human race, go go go”. And we will outline the “gameplay” part as “check in, spend coins, make sure to check in, complete task, chat, spend coins, read about new features”.
On a more serious note, let us not forget that the “new fun feature” is a game. In any game, you can win and you can lose.
The 90% rule dictates that 90% of those playing Cointiply’s mining game will lose. Some will make some purchases, then drop it. Some may not figure out the how-to. Some might get addicted. Some might have IRL happening and lose progress.
The game is not free-to-play, unlike other Cointiply games. Actions cost coins. Yep, those coins you earned rolling the roulette, completing tasks, watching videos, etc.
In very basic terms: every user has access to a “mine”, which can be improved/upgraded by purchasing buildings, upgrading buildings, etc. Since the “mine” needs “maintenance”, its “efficiency” falls as time passes. At 0% efficiency, no matter how many coins you spent on improvements (with an exception or two), your mine will produce a subtotal passive income of “fuck all’. You can have 2000 MP, but the mine will produce nothing, should the efficiency multiplier remain at 0.
At 200% efficiency, it will generate some coins. Good luck maintaining those 200%. Unless you (surprise!) spend whatever to buy whatever…
“Efficiency” can be boosted for free (completing normal Cointiply tasks… Offer Walls to the rescue!). Alas, the free ways of boosting efficiency are slowly being replaced by not-so-free-ways of boosting efficiency.
Get the point?
With an added chatroom, the mining game IS fun. Please note that, all of a sudden, instead of withdrawing your earnings, a user might end up buying that extra upgrade for that extra building (set of pixels)… And there go the “earnings” from the past day of roulette rolls.
Q” Wait… You said “guide”? A: A “Conceptual” Guide.
Before even clicking the “mining game” button, ask yourself, – are you visiting Cointiply to earn cryptocurrency, or to earn cryptocurrency to spend it within Cointiply?
Should you wish to try your luck at the Mining Game, try to do some maths and, perhaps, search for a “winning strategy”. Consider the fact that the game requires regular check-ins. Can you guarantee that you will be able to log in to the faucet every so-often? The Mining Game is time-consuming. How much is your time worth?
Remember: Cointiply is “beta”. Rules can change. Investments can become obsolete. You might have to learn a whole lot of new information.
Should you have opened the game already… Create a spreadsheet with two columns: Coins spent on Mining Game and Coins Gained from Mining Game. Just input the figures and make your own decisions.
Ignore the FAQ section and the Instructions section on the “Mining Game” page. Those have either been written by, say, those lacking in the skill of written communication, or intentionally made so incomprehensible…If you have to, ask questions in the chat room.
Q: Why the negative tone?! A: Absolutely nothing personal. Should the “Mining Game” be (or become) a mutually beneficial feature for both the user and the faucet, the tone would be positive. Thus far, we hold to our stance described earlier:
Faucets are not interested in you withdrawing funds from their system.
Can you blame them? When they hold your currencies (imagine the total amounts?), they can invest the funds, safely accumulate interest, profit from playing on exchange rates, etc. Same as banks. Or insurance companies. Welcome to the real world.
While all you can do is stare at the balance on a webpage.
This is merely a prequel to a Guide. Who knows, perhaps our first impressions were wrong? We are professional enough to apologise when we provide erroneous information to our readers.
Q: Are there any “pros”?! A: Of course! Do not get us wrong! The Mining Game is a fun way to pass your time! Especially, if you strike gold and like reading a ton of information! And a great way for Cointiply to make sure their users are completing tasks, watching videos and maybe even clicking on ads!
In addition, you interact with other Cointiply users, learn from each other, have fun. Cointiply have added a social aspect to fauceting. Bravo!
As well as that, the game encourages you to use other profitable ways of earning coins on Cointiply, – Offer Walls (note: Offer Walls yield the greatest rewards, yet, unless you know what you are doing, – the knowhow of OfferWalls, you are selling your personal information and privacy… wasn’t this whole thing about kinda… privacy?), etc. Which you might have previously neglected, or forgot about. As an example…
Did you know that you can watch videos for coins on Cointiply? You probably did. If not…
1. Navigate to “Videos” in the main menu.
2. Click on “Ascend Media”
3. Whoa! Unlimited Cointiply Coins!
4. Pick your “channel”… or?..
Smores.tv pays 51 coins per 3 ads watched… Not worth it? Well, how do we earn even more coins?
Cointiply Video Trick
– Videos can be watched in background. That is, you can do whatever it is you are doing and still earn coins. Just make sure the video is playing in a separate browser window, not a separate browser tab.
– You can “watch” up to 4 videos simultaneously… In four different browser windows.The system can check whether you are actually watching, but quite rarely. To stay on the safe side, you can stick to three windows… But four are tried and tested.
– Checking on videos (alt-tabbing through the windows) every so often helps.. – Going afk? Start “watching”. Before the system pauses all videos, your balance will grow…
…and you are a couple steps closer to the payout. Or to spending coins on purchasing an upgrade for a building in a Mining Game, which is rendered useless if your “efficiency” is below par?..
IMPORTANT: MAKE SURE YOU ARE USING A SAFE, SECURE BROWSER WITH “ANTI-MINING” OPTION ON IN THE BROWSER’S SETTINGS. Your device overheating? Fan working loudly? System running slower? Yes, catching a “mining bot” virus is a thing. And faucets using your PC as a mining tool is also, unfortunately, a thing. Ergo, stay with the tried and tested.
A faucet software guide will be published soon.
For now, “to minegame or not to minegame” is a question you will have to answer yourself.