I like to explore every possible way to earn cryptocurrency because I know there are tons of people out there looking for any way to earn some whether it’s through bounties, games, social media, attention, faucets, or something else.
On my path through countless apps and games, I’ve found it challenging to find something worthwhile to earn cryptocurrency from. Triviata is a decently interesting way to earn crypto in the form of VRA tokens which I’ve previously talked about for the Verasity video rewards platform. There are continuing to expand their reach and dipping into games as well. I don’t spend a lot of time playing crypto games or doing a lot of bounties outside of the original testing and reviews, but I do enjoy the mythology trivia in this app to keep me sharp and earn some VRA while I’m at it. Though I will say the questions do repeat fairly often. It is brand new so I’m hoping to see a lot more content added.
If you want to learn more about Verasity and VRA you can check out my old blog on it from July https://www.minds.com/scottcbusiness/blog/verasity-is-the-best-attention-based-video-rewards-model-1001689319415250944 or watch the video below:
To summarize, Verasity builds the infrastructure and tools for video publishers to serve rewarded video and loyalty programs to their viewers.
I think there is a lot of potential for this platform as they claim to be available to more than 1.6 million video publishers, 550 million users and are on 95% of existing video players so they have really covered their bases. You can now not only earn from watching videos that utilize their video player which works with YouTube and all major video hosts, but you can also earn it on their game too.
I’m buying and earning VRA so I can meet the minimum required to stake since you can earn 36.5% annual interest by staking VRA in their wallet. The minimum is quite high at 100,000 VRA, but that lets you earn 100 VRA every day. You’d end up earning back your investment in under 3 years and ideally, if the value is way up by then you’ll be set.
Outside of what you can already earn from watching videos that you might already watch using their player, they claim you can earn anywhere between $100-600 worth of VRA in 90 days depending on where you live if you have completed all the tasks they have available for you to earn VRA from.
That is quite a large amount well more than enough to stake that to continue earning more.
All of the instructions and tasks can be found here on Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5181726.0
I tested this on Android, and it worked great. I have to say most crypto games and apps usually don’t reward you with crypto or you’re never able to earn enough to redeem. They allow you to redeem your rewards instantly but will give you 5 times as much if you hold your rewards first for 90 days. This way they incentivize you to hold it rather than force you.
VRA is trading on 10 exchanges currently which you can find here: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/verasity/#markets and it’s currently ranked 791 on CoinMarketCap. I personally invested on Binance Dex and participated in their trading contest: https://medium.com/verasity/verasity-trading-contest-on-binance-dex-500-bnb-10-vrab-staking-spots-to-give-away-37f5a15e65e8
They say if you have issues with the bounty to contact their telegram mobile official group: https://t.me/verasity_mobile
The game is described as: “Quiz game with thousands of questions on various topics. You choose the quiz length and difficulty. Beat others in global and local competitions! Earn crystals and spend them in-game.”
Also you might be wondering why I’m promoting this well aside from it being one of the better ways to earn crypto through games if not one of the most profitable I’ve seen, I want more awareness for VRA since I myself am invested and I think if done right it will have a huge impact on monetization. I believe Verasity will go hand in hand with Brave and earning BAT as they are both great ways to monetize attention and help you earn more in the process. Also, they are coming out with an IOS version soon too!
Let me know what you think about Triviata and Verasity in the comments below. Have you tried either of them out yet?