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A hybrid game that is suitable both for beginners and investors

By Teresa1995 | DigiLife | 30 Mar 2021


What is Coin-Farm?

Coin-Farm is a hybrid game that is suitable both for beginners and investors. On Coin-Farm, users have to buy eggs (if they haven’t done that yet) and collect eggs from the purchased birds. Later, they’ve to sell the eggs in return for silver coins. The silver coins are split amongst two balances: one to buy birds at 70% spread, and the other to withdraw them to real money at 30% spread.

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Get Started with Coin-Farm

First of all, register an account on Coin-Farm. After the registration, you will be prompted to follow the steps where you’ll receive a green bird and 300 silver coins on completion. I suggest you use the silver coins to buy green birds if you don’t plan to invest. Otherwise, just save them for later purchases.

After a couple of minutes, you can go to the Eggs warehouse and collect your eggs. Once you did that, you can decide whether you want to sell the eggs or keep them. It’s important to note that you can claim once a day or even a month, there is no limit of eggs you hold.

 

Different Birds Types

The site offers various birds with various returns. It is striking that the ROI can be reached faster by choosing an expensive bird.

There are seven birds in which the cheapest starts from 150 silver coins (equivalent to 0.0114 USD) to the expensive ones of 375 000 silver coins (equivalent to 28.50 USD). Below, I sum up the ROI for the cheapest and expensive bird.

# Cost Daily Return (Repurchase balance) Daily Return (Withdrawal Balance) ROI Green Bird 150 silver coins ($ 0.0114) $ 0.000128 $ 0.000055 ~ 119 days King Bird 375 000 silver coins ($ 28.50) $ 0.559877 $ 0.239947 ~ 208 days

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Owner Information

A research of the owner doesn’t return any helpful information as they’re hiding behind Whois Guard but it can be said that they’re coming from Russia. Moreover, it can be said that the site has been running since August 2019 for 240 days. This means the game has already passed one cycle and may stop paying in the following weeks (or already stopped).

Reviews by Users

I found mixed reviews concerning Coin-Farm on Trustpilot and forums. On Trustpilot, the site has 3 out of 5 stars. Some say they are getting paid and some others do not. From what I could found is that the site stopped paying to one’s users account once he makes 40% return. Also, other reports that they need active referrals in order to submit a withdrawal request.

The catch is that you need to invite people using the referral link so they register with your upline & deposit. Having active referrals is crucial to withdraw any earnings. If you don’t do this, you will be unable to reach ROI.

Part of Scam Network?

Moreover, I found out that the site is related to other scams as they used the same script and went scam after a couple of months. Personally, I used four years ago a similar site and didn’t reach the ROI.

According to a forum user, Coin-Farm is related to the following sites: birds-capital.ru, coin-birds.com, golden-farm.biz, epic-bird.com, goldenbirds.su, moneybirds.org, rich-birds.com and super-birds.ru

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Conclusion

In conclusion, Coin-Farm is a hybrid-game where beginners and investors can profit from it. Although they seem to be paying thanks to the Payment proofs, the reality is the opposite: Users are getting paid in the first days, but once they reached 40% profit, their account will be disabled miraculously or are unable to withdraw anymore. Therefore, please take care when interacting with this or similar sites and invest only what you can afford to lose.

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