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Cointiply Urgent Warning(s)

Dear Cointiply users,

Do not spend any “real” (=earned) Coins on pixels (=”items” that boost whatever it is they boost; IF they do boost whatever it is they are designed to boost).

Should you wish to purchase any items that are promised to increase your earnings, use the bonus “Coins” (CointiPoints), which are awarded for site activity as a… bonus.


Cointiply is great at making sure users spend whatever they earn internally, thus bagging 100% profit for the site. Cointiply is also great at boosting site activity, – encouraging users to visit OfferWalls, play Games, etc. The new “Inventory” feature seems harmless, – but so did the Mining Game at its inception.

Cointiply isn’t as good at keeping its promises. Cointiply isn’t as good at being fair to its main asset, – site’s visitors.

Cointiply is, most likely, the single most profitable faucet (earning $100 a day is possible with no referrals) out there, – if one has a clear understanding of the what, how and when. 

Cointiply is, most likely, the single most time-wasting, pointless and, if anything, costly faucet out there, – if one has no prior experience, no knowledge-base and no scepticism.

Spending longer than a couple of hours a week on Cointiply and earning less than $10? Unless it’s a source of fun, it is a waste of time.

DMYF has a lot of “know-how” material collecting dust. Since working on is our main focus, chances are, how-to-earn-more-on-Cointiply-and-other-faucets articles will remain unpublished. Not a massive loss to world cultural heritage, but is a significant loss to all those interested in earning hundreds of USD worth of BTC or Doge with little to no effort, as well as avoiding making bad decisions (e.g. investing heavily in Mining Game).

DMYF can only release numerous guides, tips and hints if it is economically viable. We are currently considering our options.

For the time being, as a beta-test, 50 editions of the “Earn More, Work Less: $5 in… hours?” PDF manuals describing individual, tested and proven methods, are available for limited-time only for symbolic price of 50 Dogecoin (or an equivalent amount in any other cryptocurrency). Interested in earning more on Cointiply and other faucets and websites? Contact us!

All proceeds will go towards improvement of DMYF and our related projects.

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How Cointiply Made Our Morning

At first, our browser was like:

cointiply mining game has been closed and redirecting on 502 Bad Gateway

So, we were like, “why not finalise the draft of...”:

cointiply mining game scam has been addressed

…where we (prophetically!) mentioned…:

cointiply mining game


cointiply scam

and Cointiply is like…

The Mining Game is being retired. Cointiply will pay players based on how much they have earned on the site, plus a bonus, over time from a pool based on offerwalls and CointiPlay. Players will have access to a detailed report on their total site activity and how much they have been paid back.

…the first thing that comes to our mind is a visitor’s comment and our reply:

Cointiply mining game scam addressed by DMYF
MrBrightside, whatcha gonna do now? xD

If DMYF can foresee the future, instead of predicting the Mining Game’s destiny we shouldwrite articles like “Bitcoin hits $100000000“…


P. S. Dear All, we hope no one “heavily invested” in the Mining “Game”. We tried our best to warn users to employ common sense.

E. g. read our quote from Cointiply Today: Today’s Status & “Health” Review

Note: 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!”

We kept spending time to repeat the obvious: Cointiply’s Mining Game is unsustainable, it’s profitable only to those who invested early, speculated on Gem prices, or stopped manically reinvesting.

We are not even sure if what happened falls under the definition of a “scam”. More than anything, it is a good lesson to learn from.

Alternatively, you can keep trusting websites such as

about mining game is sustainable or not..

…whose owner invested in a level 1 domain, lied, hunting for referrals (attracting hundreds) and, most definitely, earned enough not to give a fuck while DMYF struggled to afford the hosting. But guess what, Mr. Brightside?

While you’re now nervously deleting the content of your moronic “FAQ”, we do not have to edit a single post, we don’t need to change our nicknames, or shut down our website.

Honesty is not profitable in the short run, however untarnished reputation is a vital element of success, as far as journalism is concerned. DMYF is not a “blog about faucets“. DMYF posted meaningless reviews to kill time and stay afloat while working on the new website which, thankfully, will be free of kindergarten content such attempts to scare readers away from obvious scams.

As long as people want to believe in fairy tales, scammers will prosper. Meanwhile, we wonder how vultures, feeding on the faults in human nature, sleep at night.

P. P. S. Cointiply remains a generous faucet, offering biggest stand-alone earnings, second only to Moon Faucets. The Mining Game was a Game. In our very first Mining Game review we stated:

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

What more can be said?

Do we regret writing about the Game? Not at all. As long as our warnings were heard, our efforts were not in vain. Observing yet another social experiment from beginning to end was… educational. We empathise with users who suffered losses due to the abrupt closure of the project, however for us, “goodbye, MG” means that finally we can write about topics that we are actually interested in.

In the final episode of the “Mining Game Series” we will try to analyse the “behind the scenes” mechanics of the Game’s finale, make some calculations, describe our personal experiences and, – hoorrayyy! – conclude the melodramatic series, known as “why you should not invest in a project that promises 1.41% daily ROIs“.

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Cointiply Mining Game Shut Down!!!


Short Version

The Cointiply Mining Game, which has remained in beta since its inception, has now been shut down and will be retired. Users of the Mining Game will receive a private message detailing payout status and schedule. Nothing else on the site is affected.

  • The Mining Game is being retired.
  • Cointiply will pay players based on how much they have earned on the site, plus a bonus, over time from a pool based on offerwalls and CointiPlay.
  • Players will have access to a detailed report on their total site activity and how much they have been paid back.


We are announcing today that we have shut down the Cointiply Mining Game and temporarily suspended all Mining Game-related payouts. In this note we’ll explain why we’re shutting it down and how we plan to pay back the Coins you spent on the game and resume those payouts in a way that is sustainable.

For clarity we’ll say right up front that we will not be able to pay out everything you’ve *earned* in the Mining Game, though we will be able to pay out everything you’ve invested into it along with some of your earnings. We wish it weren’t this way, but simple math forces us to choose between paying you something and filing a bankruptcy. We’ve chosen to pay you something and keep Cointiply running for all.


At the root of the issue is the reality that we made some significant mistakes in the original formulation of the Mining Game. These mistakes have made the game completely unsustainable and, if we don’t stop the Mining Game entirely right now, Cointiply would quickly be forced to go out of business.

The first mistake we made was starting our Gem Conversion Rate too high and not correcting it immediately. Every Gem generated on the site above 18 Gems per Coin loses money, and we allowed billions of Gems to be generated between 36-60 Gems per Coin.

While the Gem Conversion rate has now reached a sustainable level – many of you remember the related correction we rolled out this summer – the damage has been done and there are simply too many Coins per Hour being generated from money-losing Gems to give us the time to survive the eventual correction.

This is inescapable math.

We also made some other, more minor mistakes such as allowing referral earnings to be generated as Gems (again, in the billions). If we could go back in time, we’d have changed other aspects of the game, too, such as including the Gems feature from the beginning, paying mostly from a pool, and paying out weekly, rather than hourly. The biggest problem, however, is the compounding nature of the infrastructure we put into place has escaped our ability to maintain.

We understand that many of you will never forgive us for the decision we are making. The reality, however, is we either shut down the Mining Game now or everyone loses everything in the next month or two.

Our Solution

We will provide every Miner an exact accounting of how many Coins they spent on the game and where those Coins came from. When you see those figures for your account, you will likely begin to understand the problem. That won’t make everything OK, but our purpose is to make clear why we are doing this. Here’s an example of a real account:

We will pay you back Coins earned on the site, including the Cointiply Faucet, offerwalls, videos, and referral earnings, plus 15%. We will pay this back over time from a pool based on site Activity. This will be a much larger pool than the current Mining Game bonus pool. It will take time for you to get your Coins back, but in this way you can be assured you will get your Coins back. Your share of that pool will be based on your share of the total amount owed, so everyone gets paid back equally. Once you have been paid back, you will no longer earn from that pool.

What you won’t get are all the compounded Coins earned in the Mining Game and reinvested back into the game. We know this sucks, but there is literally no mathematical alternative, and we feel terrible about this.

Summarizing The Good News, The Bad News, and The Future

The good news is that the Mining Game doesn’t earn us any significant revenue. In fact, your earnings from the Mining Game have always been paid out of Cointiply’s share of unrelated earnings from elsewhere on the site. We realize that’s the entire reason for all the bad news, of course, but this means we’ll still have the cash flow to pay former Mining Game players out over time as described above.

The bad news for us is that we’ll all be working on either reduced or withheld salaries until those Mining Game payouts are complete. This also means that the vast majority of Cointiply users – i.e. those who don’t play the Mining Game – will see no impact from this change. You’ll still be able to do all the things you currently do, and you’ll still be paid out on the normal schedule. The Mining Game is literally the only feature of the site that is affected by this, and it’s only used by a fraction of our overall users.

To that end, we have a list of new features we plan to add to Cointiply. We are here for the long term, and we look forward to continuing to serve all of you for many years to come.

For those of you who played the Mining Game – and especially those of you who built up earned balances with it – we are terribly sorry in a way that we cannot appropriately express. All we can say is we hope our transparency here, as well as our payouts to you, help earn back your trust over time.

Thanks so much for your support of Cointiply.

Cointiply Staff.

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Cointiply Mining Game Strategy, Review and Guide: Cheap(er) Gems; How To: Optimise Mine for 100% Passive Income; Rebuild Cost Calculator and the Cointiplier Controversy.


While Cointiply is offline…

Gems Balance showing 210667 Gems
Cointiply’s Mining Game: GpC rate looks better.

Cointiply Mining Game: Passive Income – Myth of Reality?

(SPOILER) Truly “passive” income might be possible if the following conditions are met:

(note: “passive” means “0 effort on your behalf”; in this case we examine a scenario where, following an initial investment and some preparation, we set up a system where we either forget about the existence of Cointiply for almost four months = maximum hardcore; or log in every once in a while to withdraw the funds and, maybe, roll the roulette = medium hardcore)

– all profitability/building/rebuilding spreadsheets studied and applied to individual circumstances
– the user is gifted with the ability to realistically evaluate the amount of time he/she will be able to dedicate to the Game (gem acquisition stage), maintain a zen state of mind (during the passive stage) and read the works of Marcus Aurelius stoically accept the fact that that $1 per day, a result of hours spent letting Big Brother know every detail of what you did last Summer tapresearching… has a life-span.
– think of referral income as a pleasant bonus; do not factor referral income in the equation.
– think of “bonus from mining pool” as a, well, bonus. Which, (surprise!) diminishes if a user stops re-investing. Dropped down a few ranks? Goodbye 8 Bonus CpH; Hello 6 CpH!
– calculator app at hand, common sense app opened, basic game mechanics understood, subscription to DMYF guides/tips/tricks activated (joke)
– enough Gems to afford “rebuilding” the purchased “real estatefrom 0% to 100% post-expiry
 “auto-spend on“, enough Gems to maintain Efficiency at 200% 24/7.

(rough example: a mine generating circa $1 a day needs 5472 Gems to maintain 200% Efficiency)

– (theory) Method:

Step A: repair all buildings to the max
Step B: calculate total repair cost at expiry
Step C: seize the moment when GpC is circa 25 and grind a few $10-15-worth of assignments (our “Earn More, Work Less” series might be handy) and/or get ripped off at the Marketplace.
Step D: pray: may Cointiply feel the divine wrath should they release another patch…
Step E: After the end of the first cycle, log in, rebuild (using previously stored Gems) and count the profits.
Step F: Either deduct the cost of full Rebuild and calculate the actual “passive income“, or collect the Coinses and forget about the Game.

Summary: our stance on the Mining Game is well-known. Despite its mathematically inevitable impending doom, we must say that the Game is an ambitious project incorporating both successes and fails. We kept repeating that a guaranteed way to profit from the Mining Game is to use it as a Gem faucet.

Rebuild Calculator:

The Rebuild Calculator (all credits go to its creator who took time to form an incredibly useful spreadsheet) is an invaluable tool, offering proof that a mine’s profitability is heavily affected by the GpC rate in the long run, – should Cointinply decide to close shop…

Rebuild Calculator useful  spreadsheet

On a good note: as long as GpC rate is reasonable, the mine will keep generating Coins for months.

Calculator – download link.
(copy-paste the spreadsheet to be able to edit the figures)

Playing around with numbers will develop understanding of the rebuild system and will give users an idea as to when Gems should be stockpiled or spent.

Disclaimer: we believe that the mining game is a risky enterprise. It is unsustainable in the long run, – Gems or no Gems, – its longevity is determined by the influx of new users. The game is time-consuming, addictive (the “reinvest or withdraw” dilemma is ever-present) and “shady“, – “unknowns” such as Cointiply’s plans and the state of their balance sheet can and will impact the future of users’ “investments“.

Saying that, – so far, so good. As long as external deposits are not allowed… the “mining” goes on.

Useful Tips:

* If possible, avoid purchasing Gems on the Marketplace. Marketplace activity brings GpC rate down!
* Monitor the GpC rate.
* Do not get addicted/emotionally attached to your mine. Before re-investing the Coins it yields, imagine a scenario when GpC rate could be 4:1…
* AVOID COINTIPLIER!!! Word around town – Cointiplier is rigged. We can neither confirm nor deny the rumours, – however, our stance remains the same: a faucet should be a faucet and a casino should be a casino. 

A user can’t help but want to gamble the earnings away? Likes the game’s design? Personal choice. At the very least, have a look at Cells and Hacker offered by LuckyGames. Save your Cointiply earnings,- Lucky Tokens are free and Lucky Games has an immaculate reputation when it comes to fairness,

luckygagmes cells
Lucky Balance of 2442

Sounds like we are trashing Cointiply and advertising Lucky Games? Nope.

We have been following Cointiply since its “birth” and we are exploring and testing Lucky Games for months. Our Cointiply reviews have always been mixed. Each time we publish an honest, balanced, yet negative report, we risk getting banned from the faucet, losing a source of income, however insignificant it is.

DMYF is an independent entity, free of sponsors and affiliations. Authors’ opinions are subjective, yet sincere. Is earning money to gamble it away on the same site idiotic?.. Is quoting dozens of users’ posts a crime? Is recommending a service which we are testing ourselves to publish an honest review unethical?..

Rhetorical questions are rhetorical.

P. S. If possible, we ask our readers to refrain from gambling. Otherwise, may Lady Luck always smile.

P. P. S. Cointiply has one truly great feature: faucet earnings are tied to fiat, thus withdrawing earnings = purchasing Bitcoin or Dogecoin. Users’ earnings are safeguarded against cryptocurrency market fluctuations. Is gambling away funds wise, when the earnings can be used to purchase BTC which might return to its former glory?

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Cointiply Mining Game – New Useful Calculators. CommonSense.exe or EpicFail.jpg, – The Choice is Yours!



1. Cointiply Profit Calculator

2. @revised Antminer building calculators

We will not waste time explaining how the calculators work.

They are straight-forward.

Intellectual rights belong to the creators. 

If you do not consider them straight forward, you definitely should consider viewing the Mining Game as a game; not as a shady, risky and dodgy “savings‘ scheme, ran by a faucet, not regulated by anyone or any thing, alas as of yet, paying out as promised. As of yet. 

As of yet. This means “for now”. 

Every user should take a breath and think: with the current investment, will I be able to feed the system with gems, yet managing to withdraw something? 

So far, the answer is “yes”. 

Gems have increased in value, – a rough Marketplace GpC rate is 10:1, whereas once upon a time it was close to 30. Gem mechanics aside, the pattern is: without Gems, the Mine is useless. The more expensive the Gems are, the less profit a user makes. 

However, even if the user is maintaining the Mining operations through Marketplace purchases, a large portion of “profits” remain such, unless they are reinvested (=haven’t received a single Mining Game-only payout? Keep reinvesting? Congratz, you are a Mining Game slave with 0% ROI).

Look at yourself in the mirror.

A very rough example: a Mine which generates $1 a day requires about 60k Gems for rebuilds. 60k Gems = $0.60 with GpC at 10.

Oh, yeah, – another $0.27 goes for Efficiency…

Profits” = $0.20 a day (incl. Bonus).

In practice, with occasional check-ins, roulette rolls, referrals, – the numbers are a bit higher.

What will happen when (NOT “IF”. “WHEN”.) Cointiply brings GpC below 8:1?..


Gem Mode ftw. Situational awareness ftw. Calculations ftw.

And, most important, – why not let the Game run for 118 days? Stock up on Gems, rebuild at given time intervals, get Gems cheap, HODL Gems when needed… and hope Cointiply‘s intentions are pure.

Downside: the “bonus” from Secondary Pool… will be discussed later.

Read DMYF’s occasional guides on “Work Less, Earn More“. Have similar tips? Share. Notice a good Offer? Share! 

DMYF are not angels.

We are banned from Mining Game chat for trolling and saying the truth (epic screenshots of the convo – future dessert!)

We “experiment”, – we are banned from 

But we review the game and evaluate its honesty.

We are not known as committee givers of fucks.

We include referral links because, hey, if a user registers, – why not milk some more out of Cointiply? We publish guides, tips, reviews with maximum honesty. Unlike some fucktards out there (Mr. GuideDotCom), we will never lie to attract referrals when we see something is going down the drain.

Want to symbolically thank us? Want to make Cointiply open the purse for your fellow player, with no harm for your earnings? We would appreciate that. In return, we offer the “Earn More” opportunities, analytics, pre-warnings…


So far, Mining Gane profits can be made. Alas, be wise.

P. S. We have a series of articles on how to make $30 on Cointiply in one day. We are keeping those to ourselves. Some methods are 100% legit, yet elaborate and required work and risk on your side. We would ask for 100% consent. Worked for us like a charm, but…

We can share the info with our referrals for free. 
We can also share the info with general public, at a symbolic cost (we risk the methods getting leaked, – a $30-$40 anonymous, untraceable, free in BTC and DOGE in a day… too sweet.

We risk not even getting a “thank you“… just lies “ohh, didn’t work…

But that’s future.

For now…

Want some more truth?


Thought we have hundreds? Ha.

We have 5-10 active referrals this week, grossing 100 Coins… On a good day.

You can make money on your own.


    Just stay with us. We are on your side.Kind regards,

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Cointiply Today: Today’s Status & “Health” Review

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 Wallwent 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.

3. Videos

Our access to 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 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 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 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.


cointiply post on bitcoin forum

…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.

Why is the annual interest rate 5%?

Because Freebitcoin‘s interest rate is 4.8%.

Annual Interest Rate of 4.08%

Is it worth considering? 


A better idea would be acting upon yet another promise:

Withdrawal options of Dash and ETH prompt

“Soon” = “when the sky falls down”.

5% interest popup

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.

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Cointiply: Earn More, Work Less; OffreWalls Spacial Orientation

To illustrate a point mentioned in the previous post (“not all OfferWalls are created equal“):

OfferToro Cointiply OfferWall:

Earn over $5 for playing a game

AdGate Cointiply OfferWall:

AgGate Media pays $8 for downloading and playing a game

Nuff said. AdGate pays $3 more for the same task… With an added bonus of, who knows, trying to double-score should a user have an iPhone under a different AppleId (thinking out loud, jk). 🙂

For the record: both AdGate and OfferToro have paid out 100% of whatever was promised. There was no need to contact support at any point in time.

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