A Brief Mathematical calculations to show how much you can actually earn in Rollercoin
What Is RollerCoin?
Have you heard of Rollercoin yet? It has been around for 3 years. RollerCoin is an online cryptocurrency mining simulator game. The core idea of the game is the distribution of block rewards between players depending on their mining power — just like with real crypto mining. But in this game, you are rewarded with real cryptos. The purpose & objective of this review is to help you to kickstart the game and become a strategist within this game.
In Rollercoin there are two ways to earn or “mine” bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies:
1. Buy mining equipment to mine. The equipment is virtual, but you can mine real cryptocurrencies.
2. Play mini-games, in which you can earn mining power for 24 to 168 hours. (Investment Free)
Currently, you can mine 3 different cryptocurrencies: BTC, Dogecoin, and ETH. Additionally, you can mine RollerTokens (RLT), an ERC-20 token that functions as the game’s native currency.
Now The Math
According to RollerBuddy (Which is an online calculator for RollerCoin Earnings). An estimated 1,000 PH (Hashrate power) is equivalent to $0.3 a day, that means if you are running Rollercoin at a steady 1,000PH everyday you will get $0.3 daily. Now getting to 1,000 PH is easier said than done, well you can play minigames which can earn you anywhere from 500–1600 GHs which is about 0.005 PH. Given that each game takes around 1 min to complete multiply the number of games in order to play to reach 1,000 PH is around 20 hours of gameplay (thats playing every single minute to the mark) to reach 1,000PH, considering an average point of 1250 GHs.
That said, if you know how the game works, your power will last for 7 days and $0.30*7 = $2.10 for 20 hours of work which = to $0.105/Hour, which I believe is certainly higher than the minimum wage.(joking…)
Yes $0.10 an hour. I know — it seems useless, why would people still play Rollercoin. Now this is the part where it gets interesting.
More Of An Investment Than A Game
Rollercoin at first might seem pretty simple and non-complicated in terms of it being a game, however the more you look into Rollercoin it becomes more of an investment. Hear me out — Miners. Miners as describe by the creators of the game as endless mining machines, they will mine for you till the end of this games existence (provided that you come back every 5 days to click on one button that says recharge). Lets say you have 1,000PH power worth of miners that means $0.3 everyday freaking day, you do not have to play any minigames whatsoever, its free money, furthermore no electricity cost. It only gets better from here.
I browsed through the leaderboard every now and then, and see the highest ranks (the people with the most power), and this guy at the 100th spot on the leaderboard earns a cool 25,000PH solely from miners, now if you do the math — it comes out to about $9.67 a day, at this current moment with the Ethereum network power being 5.717 EH/s. NOW you see what I am talking about. $10 a day for the rest of the game’s existence, that $310 a month doing absolutely nothing. that $310 extra dollars to spend on coffee every morning at Starbucks.
Currently the #1 spot on the leaderboard earns a comfortable $1500 a month, that's $50 a day — call it a second job huh.
RollerCoin In The Long Run
Why Rollercoin is becoming more of an investment opportunity than a game. It is because Rollercoin is here to stay, it is not going anywhere. At this moment in time, Rollercoin released a statement about there being a Marketplace where people can sell and buy miners from other players — while this feature is expected to arrived in season 3 (currently in season 1), so rest assure Rollercoin will not disappear in one day.