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From what it seems, Gems are becoming increasingly important in the Cointiply Mining Game economy. As a lot of players are slowly approaching that horrific “need to spend gems for building maintenance” stage, the demand for Gems is creeping up, while the supply is creeping down.
Reminder: without Gems, a Mine is immobilised.
As conversion rates are going up, many consider investing in gems, anticipating a future price increase on the Gem Marketplace. We will not go as far as suggesting any investments of the sort, however, we will suggest that players take measures to prevent having to spend their Coins for Gems.
– The Gem Marketplace is an auction-style exchange; a player can set a desirable price without the obligation to sell. If a buyer is not found, the Gems will reappear in the balance.
– We cannot see the C:G conversion rate going down any time soon.
– An excellent short-term source of Gems is Cointiply 10-30-second Videos. Whether one decides to employ the acquisition method we previously described or not is up to personal discretion (all possible warnings have been mentioned).
– A minimum of 4848 Gems is required daily to keep efficiency at a level at all times.
– (assuming that auto-spend is on) When Gem Mode is active, only the Mine Coin revenue will be credited in Coins; every other Cointiply source of income will be credited in Gems. Depending on the amount of referrals, a possible tactic is switching Gem Mode on before going to sleep; if one forgets to check up on the Efficiency levels, the Referral income converted to Gems might offer a safety net.
– Always check whether the correct earning mode is on. Is taking that 10000 Coin survey in Gem Mode a wise decision, considering the fact that Coins can be used to expand the Mine and purchase Gems?
This article might refer to outdated information as it was only kept for the “Our warnings were correct” reason!
A few more points on the Mining Game, offered by Cointiply.:
As we mentioned previously, the Mining Game is a Game,designed to keep your earnings in the system. You are playing against the system, – trying to snatch an away win and outsmart the machine! Vive La Revolucion!
In light of the statement mentioned above, since the game is not free, consider adopting one of the three approaches:1. Stay away, continue site activity as normal; perhaps, figure out the cheapest way of getting something of a passive income.2. Calculate, calculate, calculate, invest as much as needed (not half-way) to achieve reasonable ROIs. Going “all in”, hoping that the rules won’t change radically (like they did a couple of weeks back).
3. Treat it as a game (it can be fun!) and take it easy, accept paying a small (we hope) price for the enjoyment. Perhaps, new and interesting gameplay features will be added in the future?
Boosting efficiency through site activity feature was replaced altogether by the introduction of in-game currency (gems). Congratulations, now your entire Cointiply activity can be converted to gems… In “gem-mode”… Goodbye, earnings? Actually, “gem-mode” is not a bad thing (read below).
Vital numbers (roughly): 34 MP = 1 coin p/h, 2% efficiency deducted every hour, 200 coins = 1 MP, 1010 gems = 10% efficiency, etc. Make sure whatever you are doing makes mathematical sense.
Explore the options offered by the game. Marketplace can be good for those with fast reaction and a fast connection, – sometimes, a far below the market price too-good-to-be-true offer appears and can be snatched! Other than that, learn what the market rates are. Consider switching to gem mode for a while if you are active on the website, – perhaps, earning gems is easier than you thought?
Exploration =/trial and error experimentation. One of the in-game “Tips” (which, you can, by the way, switch the fuck off) states:
As long as it makes mathematical sense, efficiency should be maintained at 200% using auto-boost (which implies a healthy stockpile of gems). What is mathematical sense? Not spending 999 coins on 1000 gems to purchase that 10% which grant you an extra coin per hour. Not having thoughts like “I’ll just sell that building if it won’t work”. Even the promo-material-“guide” reluctantly admits that you are not likely to return much by selling the buildings.
You can build more than one building of the same type, or not build some at all. All depends on numbers.
What are “pools”?“Pools”are “forget about it”. The Primary Poolis for top 100 or so players; unless you are hardcore, you’ll stay where you are.
Make sure you are familiar with key areas of the game; i. e. the Special Building (we do not doubt that more will hit the market, making your efforts obsolete and shrinking those ROIs; get to the ROI stage sooner, rather than!) and its uses.
`Time is of the essence, – the Mining Game is not of the “stop to smell the roses” type; do not procrastinate… Yes, yes, if it makes mathematical sense.
The in-site guides are promo materials and should healthily be ignored. However, they do include parts which are, at times, helpful and important:
For those adopting the “fun” approach, making more coins is easy via videos, Offer Walls, etc. Beware: if you answer the questions honestly, you are selling your privacy and important information about yourself. Patterns of behavior, biographic details, shopping preferences; corporations pay a lot for this data. You are giving it away to be better at an online “mining game”. The recent Facebook scandal torpedoed the billion-dollar-worth social network so badly, Facebook had to run soapy “we’re sorry” TV adverts, targeted at specific population groups. Witnessing those, who value the “anonymity” of crypto and discuss privacy engaging in surveys is humorous. When Judas sold the geolocation of his top executives, he was reimbursed with silver. You are selling yourself for “100-500 coins”. Have some self-respect.
Saying that, OfferWalls are profitable and should not be ignored. However, an Offer Wall guide deserves a separate article. For now, when you see shit like:
…remember, there are those, who use TOR to Google their English Literature homework, pay for a top-end VPN, have a hardware Bitcoin wallet, talk about privacy and then click “accept”. Those gems won’t make themselves, you know.
Yes, Cointiply almost shoves you into these curious “survey” hands. Be smart about them.
Faster earning in Cointiply is achieved via Offer Walls, nor forgetting to stick a few videos on the background, as discussed previously, disregarding Cointiply’s games, etc.
Summary: play to win, be ready to pay for playing to have fun, or do not play at all. Otherwise, you will lose. However, some imagination, calculator app, common sense, willingness to make an initial investment and take a few risks and, who knows, maybe Cointiply shall become your bitch and you will be making the Mining Game’s creators fill out surveys about the kinds of chocolate they buy for their households.
They shall not pass!
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.