Cointiply Mining Game Strategy Tips – Winter Is Coming

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.

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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.

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– 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? 

Coins, Editor's Choice, Faucet News, Faucets, News, Scams

DiceMine is dead, baby. DiceMine’s dead.

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Dear All,

We sincerely apologise for advertising DiceMine, a Monero faucet.

At the time, it seemed a legitimate website. DiceMine had a forum, its administration responded to our suggestions and nothing indicated that the faucet will disappear… ..with our earnings.

We are extremely disappointed; we have lost time and wasted our efforts writing about a service which cheated its users.

We were not affiliated with DiceMine, we did not receive a single cent/penny/satoshi from DiceMine’s administration and we did not reach the minimum for a payout.

We tried contacting DiceMine…

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…to no avail.

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We are sad to announce that DiceMine is not legit, that it is a scam and therefore it goes into our “Scammers Hall Of Fame”, along with jetco.inTeslaMining and CCRB.

Remember, the Cryptocurrency market is unregulated. It is full of criminals wishing to take your money and disappear. Be careful out there.

Read more about basic safety rules and recent scams: 

Helpful Tips: Faucets

What makes a Faucet legitimate?

Is Bitcoin faucet a scam or not?… Scam or…

5 Biggest Cryptocurrency Scams

CCRB Token Sale Results – This is (not) a Joke

CCRB Giveaway Scam: “Refer and Get Zero”.

Review at a Glance: The TRUTH behind Cointiply “Premium Account”

Bugs, Buying Cryptocurrency, Editor's Choice, Featured, Markets, Tokens… Scam or…

…not? No, it is not a scam. Albeit, as exchanges go, Coinexchange is rather on the “shady” side of the spectrum. I.e. It is unclear as to where the company is located geographically; the only clues regarding its possible location are left by the terrible English in which the website communicates its purpose with the audience, as well as by interactions with “support” that can sometimes come across as blatantly rude.

coinexchangeThat aside, the exchange does what it is meant to do: offers trading pairs of cryptocurrencies, some of which  are often only found on Coinexchange, – hence the attention.

The minimum single trade requirements are dirt-low, so if one ever feels like “diversifying”, – 5 DOGE can get you a whole (small) basket of (s)hitcoins, some of which actually might thereafter deserve a second look. The price of some conveniently jumps from 1 satoshi to 2 satoshi and back.

While coins’/tokens’ wallets often “unpredictably” go to “maintenance” mode, it is nonetheless possible to buy cheap at Coinexchange and sell at a higher price or for a different currency on a bigger altcoin-oriented exchange (i. e. BleuTrade or YoBit). Or doing so repeatedly. The chart below is pretty much self-explanatory in that regard.

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And yes, deposits, withdrawals and trades work so no, Coinexchange is not a scam  (despite the fact that typing “coinexchange” in Google keeps coming up with multiple “scam or not” results on the first page)…

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Or, at least, not a scam at the moment and as far as we can tell.

Of course, storing your cryptocurrencies on the wallets offered by the exchange is extremely risky, but same applies to literally any online storage option. If anything, should the self-proclaimed “pillar” of the crypto market vanish overnight as suddenly as it appeared, taking your hard-earned 5 DOGE and some Angelamerkelcoin change along with it, it will be a less painful way to learn from one’s mistakes than if the same would happen with Binance.

As for casual, fun trading, some interesting altcoin pairs, a straightforward and lightweight interface, quick deposits and withdrawals and opportunistic ways of multiplying your microearnings, CoinExchange is not a bad educational destination.

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P. S. A detailed review of Coinexchange is work-in-progress.

P. P. S. Looking for more exchanges offering even more DOGE pairs? Check out YoBit and Bleutrade, however keep in mind the minimum-10-DOGEcoin+ individual trade rules.

NOTE: All information provided on the website is offered only for entertainment purposes and should not be regarded as investment or trading advice.


FedoraCoin: a spike or a trend?

FedoraCoin (TIPS) is one of many “lightweight” coins designed to simplify and quicken  transactions between. It is built upon the improved Dogecoin’s while featuring faster transaction times and lower fees.

In the past, the coin underwent a hacker attack resulting in a fork, however currently the issue is fixed and, under a new development team the coin’s market capitalisation has recently crossed the margin of $20 million.

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*FedoraCoin is traded against BTC and Doge on CoinExchange.
*A detailed description of acquiring free  FedoraCoin (TIPS) was featured in our Blog earlier.


Did you know…

…that there is ZERO COMMISSION on Fedora Coin (TIPS) withdrawals  from QoinPro?

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…that you earn Fedora (and other coins) daily by simply being registered at QoinPro?

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…that FedoraCoin is a coin traded on CoinExchange?

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…that there is a ZERO DEPOSIT fee on FedoraCoin?

…that recently we have seen a temporary 100%+ increase on the value of TIPS?

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…that FedoraCoin has spiked… today?

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Are you registered on a wallet website that gives out free coins for… just having an account and logging in once a day? No adverts, no solving puzzles..Zero-fee withdrawal for some coins. Don’t forget that the value of tcryptos grow!

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