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Cointiply Mining Game Strategy Guide – “Which Buildings Should I Build/Purchase (first)”?



Simple answer: IT DOES NOT MATTER.

Forget there are different types of buildings (with one exception). Forget there are “buildings”. Forget there is a “mine”.

There are numbers, there are your Cointiply earnings, there is your time, there is your willingness to risk investing your earnings into a short-term investment vehicle with interest rates which are mathematically unsustainable in the long run… and there is Cointiply, representing the “unknown” factor, able to tweak the numbers, either to your advantage, or to your disadvantage.

34 Mining Power = 1 Coin per Hour (2 Coins per Hour at 200% Efficiency) aka CpH
100 Coins = $0.01
1 Mining Power costs 100 Coins

*ignore buildings’ descriptions; do not pollute your memory with useless information.

The cheapest building to construct – Carrier Depot – is 200 Coins (and 100 Coins – rising insignificantly but exponentially – per “Upgrade”=Purchasing additional MP)

The most expensive building to construct is Headquarters, at a price of 25000 Coins = $2.50; naturally, one can expect the Upgrades to be significantly more expensive than those of Carrier Depot.

However, the ratios 100 CpH = 1MP (2MP at 200% Efficiency) remains the same. 

Since the “buildings” merely represent a “deposit” (NOT AN “INVESTMENT” = know your terminology!) in Cointiply‘s scheme.

Say, there is a bank account featuring a fixed interest of 1% on the total balance… daily (ever heard of such generosity? no? that’s one of the reasons banks exist for centuries and most cryptocurrency internet scams investment websites exist for weeks).

The actual amount of $$$ for making a deposit… depends on how much $$$ is deposited; so if one wants to benefit more from the deposit scheme… one probably should deposit more as soon as possible.

Whether it is $0.10 or $25, the 1% interest one can expect as a bank’s thank you for the chance to use your money to invest in whatever, earning, say 10% off your money, while you think that 1% is amazing remains the same. 

The only times when “what buildings should I construct” is of some relevance are:

When the “how do I start playing the Cointiply Mining Game question is asked; when the very very first building is being chosen. Since the goal is for the mine to start generating at least 1 CpH asap, there is no point spending less than 1700/3400, so purchasing a mid-range building simply saves time clicking.

When calculating how much can be realistically and consistently earned on Cointiply in order to ensure that the Mine starts producing significant amounts of coins as soon as possible (beware of a) possible radical changes of T&Cs b) the fact that the Mining Game is played against time).

Picking Carrier Hangar lets a user upgrade the mine almost non-stop, since the cost of upgrades is minimal.
Picking expensive buildings lets a user witness his CpH rate increasing immediately… facing the higher costs of level upgrades.

A Carrier Depot presents a player with a risk to get addicted; compulsively using every opportunity to earn those few Coins to upgrade the Depot again… and again… and again… until the magic moment when CpH rate is increased by 1!

An expensive building presents a player with a risk of reaching a stage when time is wasted, since earning thousands of Coins required for the next upgrade takes time.

Purchased buildings should match users’ “mining” strategy. Focus on earning more Coins per Minute on Cointiply and then forget about the Mining Game  the “which” question will become obsolete.

I. e. willing to dedicate something like an hour a day on average to earn Coins and purchase upgrades/improvements? Earning around 15000 Coins per hour on average, out of which 70% is big one-offs and the rest are things like Videos? Having one mid-range building in addition to the widely-popular Carrier Depot can save the clicking requirements of the single Depot strategy. 

The “right” buildings are whichever make the CpH rate jump quicker and never go down due to failing to meet the “maintenance” costs. 

“Maintenance” (renewing the Coin-generaing “contract” using Gems) used to seem scary; however, a recent upgrade, surprisingly, was the first user-friendly change Cointiply introduced in a long time.

If a user earns 50000-70000 Coins in a single day (which requires hours, but is possible) and spends everything on upgrading the most expensive buildings… so many days later, the CpH could surprisingly drop, as the Upgrades “expired” simultaneously and millions of gems would have to be earned very quickly; otherwise, valuable time would be wasted.

Time = Money.

Thankfully, now that the Mine can be “maintained”  whenever a user wishes to spend time earning some gems, the only times when the Mine will “collapse” and stop generating coins are when the user forgets about Efficiency (=does not log in for days), or something bad happens on Cointiply‘s end.

An exception to all rules is the Maintenance Hangar, – a Special Building, which costs 3000 Coins (=$0.30) and has to be upgraded every 1000 MP.

It generates merely 3MP per 1000 Coins.
It is a must-have. 
Only one can be constructed. 

cointiply which buildings do i build
The only exception to the rules

Merely keeping track of one’s MP and somewhere at X900ish, when earning a few thousand Coins at once, – sacrifice a couple CpH in favour of upgrading the Special Building.

CpM (Coin per Minute) Ratio: 1:551 (good)
CpM (Coin per Minute) Ratio: 1:551. Yes, please.

Summary: the choice of buildings depends on a users’ strategy and plans for the Mine. Since the CpH ratio is constant, how much can be earned playing the Mining Game depends on how much can be earned on Cointiply, not on the choice of buildings.

Some random tips:

Memorise the Ratios: refer to the useful numbers, charts and calculators 
– Prior to choosing a method of earning (should a user wish, he or she can “earn” Coins on Cointiply literally non-stop 24/7), in case Mining is the single focus, pick profitable tasks over earning a few hundred Coins on something like PtC Ads just to purchase another upgrade.
– Unless being a hardcore OfferWaller, do not expect much from increasing %of the Mining Pool (thinking “there is still point of purchasing a low-cost upgrade… just in case the % is increased, if not CpH“).

Example: (so-called) earnings generated by $25-ish worth of Mining Power is complemented by additional 3-5 CpH from the Secondary Bonus Pool. However, according to Cointiply, even if Efficiency is 0%, the Bonus Pool CpH are “for life”.

– When GpC (Gem per Coin) conversion rates are good, having a look through the Level Maintenance requirements and using micro-micro-micro-earnings (PtC Ads, Cointiply Videos, Roulette) in favour of gems and “repairs” should be considered. 40-50-60 days seems like a long time away, however fuck knows if Cointiply will even exist then can anyone guarantee the availability of free time on that specific day?..
– Alternatively, using something like a one-time five-figure earning in favour of Gems to “repair” everything at once and forget about Efficiency at the same time should also be considered; however, if a 50000 Coins were earned in Gem Mode when 1 Coin bought 8 Gems, there is a chance to feel really silly when GpC rate increases to 30.
– (general advice) Earned 35000+ at once? Seriously contemplate whether making a withdrawal can be used to invest in something more profitable and less risky than the Mining Game.

P. S. No matter what, fixating on the Mining Game up to the point of addiction is something DMYF really does not recommend. Fixating on anything is not good. Remember: Moon Faucets are more profitable than Cointiply and, say, MoonBitcoin or BitFun also have OfferWalls… Ran out of suitable tasks? Stuff like the retarded Games section really the only way to earn Coins? Waste of time. 

P. P. S. No matter what, it is a user’s Efficiency that determines profitability. A serious question is is it even worth the time “How to Earn More Coins While Working Less”. Our guides offer a tip or two; aside from that, – our beloved Calculator.dmg and CommonSense.exe apps work wonders.


Presumably, the $5+ USD anyone can earn for simply playing Final Fantasy is an Offer everyone completed (*for the record: the information below is merely information, not an advice; use caution when OfferWalling):

OfferToro Cointiply OfferWall:

earn five dollars for playing a game

OfferToro pays $5.10 for this task…

AdGate Cointiply OfferWall:

earn six dollars for playing a game

AdGate pays $6.12 for the same task.


The WarRobots game Offer we tested to check whether it is a safe and viable way of boosting one’s Cointiply balance quickly earns a user circa 2700 (=$0.27) Coins on Cointiply OfferWalls…

earn bitcoin for playing games

…however the Moon Bitcoin‘s OfferWall section contains the same offer which rewards a user 5600+ Satoshi for 15 minutes of playing a game.

Yes, MoonBitcoin also has an OfferWall which also pays out.

According to today’s conversion rates, that equates to something like $0.37 worth of BTC.

Which, as opposed to Cointiply, can be transferred to an external wallet, exchange, or even sold for fiat same day (Moon Faucets are more profitable than Cointiply, as stated above).

Faucets offer microearnings for a user’s time and efforts as is. If someone’s love for Cointiply’s Mining Game exceeds the desire to earn cryptocurrency and learn about cryptocurrency simultaneously… DMYF should, probably, stop wasting time diverting our and our readers’ attention publishing articles dedicated to the Mining Game.

(*spoiler: there is little point introducing new sections and broadening the scope of publications on a .wordpress.com-hosted, blog-looking resource; hence… stay tuned)

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Faucet News: Cointiply Mining Game GpC Rate, FreeBitcoin Promotion, FreeDogecoin Rewards Increase. Bonus: “Hidden” Faucets, Unconventional Solution to “Dusty” Wallets


how much doge can i earn per hour
Hourly minimum roll rewards are creeping up (0.09- Which means that the Dogecoin trade value is… (who knows the answer? Raise your hand up!)


“Why has the minimum faucet reward been reduced?”

why minimum faucet dogecoin doge earnings have reduced

…however participants of our Dogecoin Giveaway earn 50%+ more than those too lazy to create/switch/add an account. 😛

Cointiply Mining Game “Fuel” – Gems

cointiply how much are gems
And yes, this is important (to those “earning passive income” by playing the Mining Game)

what are cointiply gems for
Depending on the Mine’s Level, maintaining Efficiency (passive Coin production) at 200% costs from 200 Gems per hour to… more.

When the GpC rate is good…

…one faucet roll is enough to forget about “Gem Mode” for a day…
is cointiply loyalty bonus worth it
…or two, if you have a 100% loyalty bonus.

*hint: Cointiply Mining Game implies risk, can be addictive and is not free-to-play.

However, constructing a building or two and simply claiming Gems once per hour to sell them on the Marketpace for Coins = second Cointiply hourly faucet and an extra way of earning more on Cointiply. A click is enough.

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“Gems are used to purchase efficiency and upgrades for your Mine. You can toggle between earning Gems or Coins on Cointiply at any time.

Changing your earning mode will effect all earning methods including offer walls, faucet, videos & PTC. The conversion rate for Coins to Gems fluctuates based on the number of Gems in circulation.”




We are yet to test our “OMG REWARD POINTS ARE AWESOME” theory.

For now, at least consider the fact that Reward Points are used to earn Satoshi hourly with no captcha. 

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Faucets and Beyond…

As a reminder that DMYF was, is and will be devoted to providing quality, in-depth, educational, but, most importantly, thought-provoking content, it has been decided that our permanent followers get to read about something besides Cointiply during this weekend, even if it will cause a delay in the implementation of cosmetic changes.



cloud mining faucet exchange
Est. 2013

Eobot (a multi-currency cloud-mining service we are currently testing; as of now, we can merely state that visiting Eobot is 100% safe and interesting) also has a faucet – is that a well-known .fact? Only one claim per day can be made, but a user can either claim one of many cryptocurrencies featured on Eobot (Litcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dogecoin, Ripple, Dash, Golem, Cardano, CureCoin, NEM, Monero, Zcash, Factom, Bytecoin, STEEM, Lisk, EOS, USD, Gridcoin, and Ethereum Classic), or “roll” a random crypto.

Eobot (or Eobot-like service) is meant to be Destination 2 in the “Earn, Invest, Trade” journey: a faucet user earns cryptocurrency fauceting,  learning about the market and coins, gaining some transferrable skills. Faucet earnings can either be used to learn a thing or two about trading, or finding a reliable short-term investment vehicle offering decent enough ROIs, flexibility, access to funds and transparency.

We are not yet confident enough to contemplate purchasing hashpower through investing  personal funds, but the faucet is free, generous (depending on the currency, = $0.01 per roll is not a abnormal reward), which means hashpower can be rented (= coins multiplied) using faucet earnings only. The “profits” are hardly worth the effort (although, in the future, who knows…).

Notably, the faucet-cloud “demo” offers an incentive to explore Eobot’s system from within and should not be mistaken for a source of income… which applies to (*spoiler: almost) any faucet.

eobot faucet
“+0.03001822 GNT added for visiting our Faucet page”


LuckyGames (also under test) is an online cryptocurrency casino, considered legitimate, safe, fun and not rigged.

DMYF does not promote or encourage gambling. However, anyone following our faucet guides has made more than enough cryptocurrency to… do what? HODL? Trade? Speculate? Invest in dodgy scams? Withdraw to fiat?.. “What to do with Coinpot Tokens” is the most popular question we get. We do not offer financial advice; Coinpot Tokens can be used in many different ways… the worst of them is playing Lottery and Multiplier on Coinpot.co. 

Many users actually stare at their Coinpot.co, FreeDoge or Cointiply balances and think: “now what?”


The worst “now” is gambling the earnings within the faucet the earnings came from because “probably fair” is “probably” fair and  (FreeBitcoin is an exception, to a degree). If games of chance is a user’s hobby, DMYF mentions LuckyGames, which is not a scam and a million times more fun than Cointiply’s new “earnings down the drain innovation” Multiplier.

LuckyGames, interestingly enough, is a casino which has an internal faucet which can be used to replenish your balance whenever it reaches 0… Yes, really. To try out any game, the user does not have to invest a hair of a Dogecoin; moreover, the internal currency has some real-life value (albeit, only at enormous amounts)… …and is acquired via a faucet.

cryptocurrency casino
Directions: bottom left – lowest button on the bar… a click brings up the faucet menu.


  • LuckyGames accepts deposits of 77+ (!!!) currencies.
  • Minimum bet in any currency is the market value of 1 Satoshi (!)
  • No fee for transferring/depositing currencies to their respective wallets
  • 70+ addresses for 70+ currencies which are perfectly maintained and not going “offline” when the coin’s value rises (or falls).
  • Security = 2FA, “new IP” warning.
  • Pleasant design.
  • Cryptocurrency Exchange. Allowing users to exchange any of the 75+ currencies to any of the 75+ currencies. The exchange is what attracted our attention, as it solves problems of “dust” (leftover bits of currencies, usually polluting balances after trades) and… offers a second “chance” for a rookie investor/trader to “correct” a common mistake.Example of a Newbie Mistake (not to be taken for advice!): a coin/token purchased in hopes of to-the-moon turns redder and redder…. and is getting delisted in 24 hours (delisted does not necessarily mean there is anything wrong with a coin; but it definitely can mean that the exchange will “eat” whatever was left of the coin without making a big fuss, apart a very discrete, barely noticeable warning) and trades will either be frozen, or the minimum trade shall exceed the balance…Yet it is possible to withdraw the coin. Withdraw where? Research the creation of a wallet for some random altcoin? Creating an account on yet another shady exchange, possibly facing deposit and trade fees? All for something worth $0.10 months ago and worth $0.05 now?.. Although HODLing “might” be worth it, there is always an option of admitting that:

    – Learning about fees, exchanges’ policies, altcoins’ liquidity is a must
    – Some exchanges are made to cheat users by silently “delisting” coins
    – There are no regulations, nobody to complain to and support will say “you should have read the “News” section…
    – Considering researching every coin before purchasing the coin
    – Fees change, prices rise and fall, altseasons come and go, innovations appear, the market is volatile and unregulated. There are only 24 hours in a day… yet CoinExchange, Yobit and many others keep introducing new trading pairs. With minimum amounts required for a trade range from 5 to 10 Doge, it is tempting to skip the “research” part. 

    ….depositing “dust” onto a LuckyGames wallet where the currency can be exchanged for other coin,, or multiplied by playing Blackjack…. a 0.000001 BTC minimum bet in any currency. When gambling is the only option, it is not gambling, but a form of an exit strategy with an added chance of winning.

    Summary: “stable”, liquid currencies, currencies which have potential to increase in value, even crazy, but “who knows” altcoins (example: Dogecoin), or anything that adds value to one’s portfolio is one category.

    “Dust”, dying currencies (inactive team, low market cap), balances on shady exchanges, trade leftovers which can be converted to e. g. Litecoin only by using more :Litecoin to purchase more shitcoin… …to meet the minimum trade amount necessary to trade it back to Litecoin (fees+fees+fees+fees…)… Portfolio is worth $1000, out of which $950 is 4-5 coins of value, rest is 50 currencies representing $50 of dust? Many have been there. Many inactive “dusty” accounts made many exchanges profits.

    As Thomas Carter says, “always have a plan”. Even if the plan features a cryptocurrency casino, a plan is better than no plan. A plan that has been thought through is better than just a plan.

    cryptocurrecy casino miimum bet 1 satoshi
    LuckyGames.io currency exchange

    Finally, when the ill-researched plan fails and the options are “forget xxxcoin ever existed” (=loss for you, =profit for the exchange), or salvage it through a casino since no exchange accepts a trade below XXX amount of xxxcoin”… (=there is still a chance), the plan is not completely doomed.

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Cointiply Mining Game – Mine-Breaking News

Cointiply’s Mining Game mechanics have been significantly altered. 

1. Before: Part of the community was terrified of Level Expiry. All Building Upgrades have a “timer”; once it runs out, a user either has to rebuild the Upgrade using Gems, or lose the income from the Upgrade altogether.

Why terrified? Because Gem prices are in control of Cointiply and are a tool used for “making sure the system is sustainable” (no comment). When 1 Coin bought 8 Gems, looking at Upgrades which costed XXXXX to rebuild was not pleasant.

Now: Users can Rebuild/Maintain the Upgrades/Levels of their Buildings at any time they want.

A quick “How To Rebuild/Maintain Building Levels Early” Guide: 

Click on Building – Level and Details... Expires in 16 Days?! Ho Lee Fuk!
Early Rebuild to the rescue! (while Gems are cheap)
No, I want a Lamborghini Diablo, but a Rebuild will do, I guess.
The Upgrade will generate Coins for 117 more days (hypothetically).


Click on Level and Details, scroll aaall the way down…

3. GpC Conversion Rate is looking better and better… (spoiler: don’t get used to it) Isn’t it a great time to donate all your earnings to Cointiply earn some Gems to reconstruct those expensive upgrades?

Gems Cointiply

cointiply mining game
x2 (100% loyalty bonus) = …
cointiply upgrade cost
Before: 8 GpC. Now: 20+ GpC. In perspective: a 10-second Cointiply Video = 8 Coins * 8 = 64 Gems… 8 * 20 = 160 Gems.

3. Referral Income can no longer be converted to Gems via the “Earn Gems Site-Wide” function.

Cointiply, you are either reading our minds, or reading our articles. Our guess is the latter. Which is cool. Just do not plagiarise and copy-paste, as some do. Please.

At the moment: Referral Income and Mine Income are paid out in Coins, full stop.

What does this mean?

If a user had circa 20 active Referrals, he or she could feel safe about daily maintenance of the mine (the 4k+ Gems necessary for daily 200% Efficiency maintenance could have been covered by Referral Income). That ship has sailed. Goodbye, ship. Hello, Coins…

4. Maximum level of the only Special Building (Maintenance Hangar) is now 6000. “In our dreams”. 

5. There have been changes to the Gem Marketplace operation. A separate Marketplace article is in the making, so we’ll leave it at that.

Early Rebuilds Players can now rebuild individual levels any time they wish on a pro-rated basis based on the total lifespan of that level. Players can now "Rebuild All" levels with one click. Expired levels would be fully rebuilt, while levels that have not expired would be rebuilt on a prorated basis based on the total lifespan of that level. Players can "Rebuild Max," which will use as many Gems as they have available to rebuild as many levels as possible, all with one click. Referral Earnings All referral earnings are now paid in Coins, regardless of whether the player is in Gem Mode or Coin Mode for earning. Marketplace Marketplace listings include up to 2 decimal points, and the GpC (Gems per Coin) now includes the marketplace fee when being calculated. There are new pricing restrictions on Gem Marketplace listings to prevent accidental or stagnant Gem sales. Maintenance Hangar Maintenance Hangar has a new max of 6,000 levels.

Update Details… in Cointiply Language.



This is a news article, free of theorising, hypothesising and philosophising. The changes made are significant enough for players to rethink their strategies. Some updates are good, some are less so…. What we must mention is:

– Without declaration of war prior announcement, Cointiply is capable of making changes which can completely mess up the existing balance.
– If playing the Mining Game, until withdrawn, a user’s earnings are in the hands of Cointiply.
Adapt, calculate, think of exit strategies, follow the news, keep up with the GpC rate and remember:

Cointiply never stated that the Income a user can expect from investing earnings in the Mining Game is “for life”.

Faucet News, Faucets, Important, News

Pre-Weekend Faucet News: FreeBitcoin 5x Reward Point Promo, Cointiply Increases Gems-per-Coin Rate, Freedoge Increases Minimum Payout

FreeBitcoin is running a 5x (!!!) Reward Point promo.

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Read: everything about Reward Points we’ve written so far.

FreeDoge has increased its minimum roll reward to 0.10 Doge. As our regular readers know, this is an important factoid.

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Read: 7 Reasons Why Freedoge.co.in is a Must-Have Faucet + A “How to Register and Get 100% Free Doge from Us to You”


Mining Game: GpC Conversion Rate is climbing up again.

cointiply mining game

Tip: Hardcore Mining Gamers, have you considered creating a spreadsheet detailing the expiry times of your upgrades? Mining must go on! Do not let yourself get sandbagged! They shall not pass!

Read: Everything Cointiply here.

P. S. An answer to the traditional “are Coinpot Tokens worth anything” question:

Our hypothesis (we repeat: o u r h y p o t h e s i s) is that Coinpot Tokens are the USDT-equivalent resting in your Coinpot Balance. Their value is tied to fiat and roughly equates to 100 CT = $0.01. However, since Coinpot Tokens are quite versatile (as long as Coinpot exists), the availability of CT opens doors to some interesting ways of…


Read: everything Coinpot Token-related published so far. 

Have a great weekend!

Sincerely yours,




Cointiply Mining Game Guide – Helpful Numbers, pt. 1 & 2

(by the way…) Cointiply has introduced a well-designed, flashy Multiplier Game and as per our instruction removed repositioned the ridiculous profitless Browser Games section.

*Offtopic want to earn up to $7 for playing games?.. For starters, read the real “Coins for Playing Games on Cointiply Article*

Alarmingly, the administration is using the funds temporarily gained from users’ participation in the Mining Game to further discourage users from withdrawing their earnings. Although not uncommon to faucets, Multipliers are a familiar evil; for the record, we will mention that we do not endorse gambling and we would rather see Cointiply work for, not against its clients. If released out of greed, the Multiplier can be overlooked. However, if yet another feature targeted at users’ pockets is an indication of Cointiply facing cashflow difficulties…

Playing Cointiply’s Mining Game is not free, it is not an investment, but a gamble. All warnings have been issued previously. Play responsibly, or, better, do not play at all. We are not offering any advice regarding financial decision-making; everything we write about is for entertainment purposes only.

Q: How do I play the Mining Game? What are the rules?
A: Cointiply’s Mining Game has nothing to do with cryptocurrency mining. De-facto, it barely can be called a game. CMG offers users to (keep their earnings within the system=) “purchase” “Mining Power” for their site-wide earnings. 1 unit of MP costs 100 Coins ($0.01). Until expiry, a purchase of 34 MP guarantees 1 Coin-per-Hour return.  

(a non-philosophical, numbers-based) Attempt To Answer the “How Much Can I Expect to “Mine” playing the Game:
Part 1: Leader


  • Cointiply has not yet allowed direct purchase of Mining Power using external funding, maintaining fickle stability of the game’s economic microcosm. Players can only expand their mine by staking their Cointiply earnings. There are ways around it, but overall, the earning opportunities offered are sufficient for growth.
  • There are about 2000 active players. Whether this population is more than the great minds of Cointiply school of Business and Statistics, – time will tell.
  • Whoever the Leader is, he or she either had inside info, or significant savings. In any case, the Leader “went for it” with no hesitation. Initial investment+bonuses for being at the top+grinding = …No. 1: 


    The Leader has bought his Mine for $5244.67.
    It “returns” $3.09 per hour ($74.04 per day).
    In total, it returned $4320.14 (not counting bonuses, prizes, etc.), definitely making a profit.

  • Leader’s numbers should not discourage anyone; if anything, they are not astronomical. If not for the Bonuses, we would even consider stating that the numbers aren’t worth the hassle ($3.09 p/h is a minimum wage in… what country?..). The Leader only spent a fraction of the MP cost; the rest was covered by the returns…
  • Top-100 are in a Bonus Pool of their own. Getting to Top-100 is “winning” of sorts… and, we would dare assume, is impossible for those who started playing late.
  • In perspective:..No. 200:

    No. 200 spent $213 on improving the Mine.
    The Mine returned $170.
    Hourly Mine-only income is $0.13, or $3.12 a day.

  • Morale: Interestingly enough, the three ways of playing the Game which we hypothesised in our first reviews seem to be correct. The most profitable Mine is an inexistent Mine. However, should a user want to make something of his or her efforts in the Mining Game, heavy purchases made as early as possible are the way forward.
  • A non-OfferWall way of earning on Cointiply is limited in its potential. A mid-level, non-referral “softcore” calculation, based on average numbers and an 8-hour-ish on-off Website daily routine (1hr in total) = Faucet(8*50)+Snores TV Videos(3*1500)-Cointiply Videos (3*240)+PTC Ads(10*3)+Referrals(X)+Mine Income(X)-Gem Acquisition(X) = circa 6-7k guaranteed Coins a day ($0.60-$0.70). Okay numbers for a cryptocurrency faucet; not okay numbers for growing a Mine.
  • OfferWall daily earnings = there are tasks which pay 10000 Coins for 15 minutes of time. One tactic: using Faucet-level earnings for Gem Acquisition and OfferWall earnings for Mine Expansion.
    *WARNING: OfferWalls can be dangerous!*

    Part 2: Referrals


    Referrals are not pivotal to making a profit on Cointiply or the Mining Game. By referring a user, one earns 25% of the value of the referred user’s Faucet (Roulette) claims and 10% of “everything else”.

    In practice, if the average Roulette claim is 50 Coins p/h and an average user makes 8 claims a day, that is 100 Coins per day per user referred. Which is not much at all. Cointiply’s main avenues of income is the “everything else” part (Surveys, Tasks, Videos), 10% means that at least 10 active referred users’ efforts are equivalent to one user’s work. In practice, an active and intelligent user is worth more.

    Judging by the statistics, only about 3000 semi-active users playing the Mining Game. Adding to that another 1500 hypothetical non-Mining users, we get the number of 4500 total Cointiply “players”. We would dare say that even the top barely has hundreds of Referrals.

    Conclusion: Undoubtedly, referrals are great, but are not necessary for intermediate success and intermediate profits. Cointiply can be generous enough to every individual.

    (to be continued…) 


Cointiply Mining Game – Quick Tip

Q: In Cointiply’s Mining Game, how many Gems will it cost to repair/maintain/renew an upgrade when it “expires”?

A: It is easy to find out. 

1. Click on the Building in your Mine.


2. Click on “Manage Level & Details”

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3. And then click on the Level you are curious about.