I felt this was important to share because it has been my largest earner. I also feel people quickly overlook the importance of how to utilize functions on the site that make you money faster and easier which is why not many people do it.
Most people here already have Cointiply accounts; I've had people with accounts come to me and say thank you I never knew I could do this before - the same was true for me, I made an account, didn't make crap, lost it to the multiplier and almost never came back. Never use the multiplier, it will eat your earnings - you've been warned.
I've noticed those who have followed my advice are making just as much as I am if not more rather than tapping faucets all day trying to make a $1 cut off; That's a bad joke...
I genuinely feel bad about it so I want to clue you in here: I appreciate anyone who has used my faucet ref links but as I have warned in the past, your time is better spent on something else. This is a more clear-cut version of how, why and what to grind for in that "something else."
Why Rank 71 Matters: Rank 71 is the rank when you unlock every booster "pod" slot on Cointiply. There are four total equippables AKA unlimiteds and 8 total consumables AKA temps. For each slot you can activate more % gains on your offerwall offers, such as surveys through TheoremReach and TapResearch, or YourSurveys. TheoremReach desktop and TapResearch through the mobile app pay disqualifications so you don't waste your time...
Thursday is survey day, as in every Thursday you get a flux of the best surveys for the week. The weekends and holidays are the slowest but they typically offer % boosts during holidays.
^A mobile notification I just got from Bluestacks. They are not kidding.
My favorite is TheoremReach, it tends to have the most surveys, the best paying surveys, and you also get an extra 10% boost in addition to your pod boosts which puts me at 18% without even activating any consumables, currently.
I get surveys that pay $2-3 each on Theorem sometimes, $1 surveys are not uncommon in my area, however, I will note the importance of not lying on surveys in order to build a track record that brings you the better surveys. There is also a guide on how to best take surveys written by Crypto Monkey which contains a lot of helpful information solely about survey-taking. One thing I'll note immediately is that you can eat all the Theorem surveys up on the website through desktop and then go do more in mobile/Bluestacks which is great.
Sometimes, I can get a penny every 15 seconds off TapResearch Mobile just from DQ's and I'll get like 100+ of them before they are eaten up, and when it doesn't DQ I tend to get larger payouts. YourSurveys is a favorite for some people because if you do complete one you get $0.61c USD+ per survey, but I don't like the idea of sitting there for 20 minutes only to be told I get nothing - no thanks, I am not that desperate.
I'll note I watch movies and listen to music while I do this stuff, I don't sit and go "oh my entertaining, lovely surveys!" - honestly, you learn to just select the same qualification question/answers, to dodge trick questions, and you can just skate through them barely paying attention. Pretty sad, but most people who do these are not highly educated people so it doesn't take much to make the cut. I run multiple displays and sometimes do two surveys at once (Theorem on one screen, Tap in Bluestacks on the other).
Now, there are two kinds of pods for the laymen: Equippables which never expire (you want these!!!) and consumables which only last a certain number of hours; these are also useful - you activate a bunch of them right before a survey/app install binge and get 20-60% boosts depending on your luck with opening pods.
Now that I am rank 71 that is all that is left for me to seek; the largest equippables are 4% each, with four of those that's a 16% permanent boost on your account, I am over half-way there but buying uncommon & rare pods takes some time.
I obtained far more good pods from the common and cheap ones than I did the rare ones, and it's about 50/50 on how many I have opened, so I recommend you start with commons - never thought I'd agree with that method, but statistically, it has proven to be best for new users.
You always keep your best % equippables (I haven't gotten past 2% each, 4x2 = 8%, though!) equipped and then once you have some Cointipoints which are not to be confused with COINS which is what you earn at USD value which pays in Bitcoin, Cointipoints only serve one purpose: Getting boosts. You gradually build up cointipoints as you earn and rank up; they serve no other purpose at all, so use them!
Now, it doesn't hurt to do a couple surveys, go buy a pod, activate the consumables, and then grind out if you are new. I know my latest referral is over rank 21 in the first 48 hours no doubt to paying attention to this simple technique. If you're gonna click, click, click - you might as well do it in style and actually get paid for it.
The boosts apply to offerwall options like app installs, this is a particularly good way to build up cash and points fast if you are new because these are one time offers.
I recommend you make an alternative Google account and run it through Bluestacks if your PC can handle it; it just keeps your earning separate from your everything-else so on the off-chance you get a spam offer, it won't spam your regular inbox - you won't have this problem with surveys. An alternative email is also a good idea, I highly recommend Protonmail who have state of the art security and free encrypted accounts.
Making a set of two, one on Protonmail and one on Google would be my best advice if you want to grind this and not have it splash into your other accounts. Just make sure you keep your name straight in case there is ever an issue: Cointiply has excellent support.
Bluestacks also works with the game offers and some of those make up to $27 each... more if you activate boosters right before you break the required rank, can easily turn a 25$ payment into a $40 or $50+ one. I wish I'd known better before I did the best game offers, that's a big oof. Note that not all mobile offers work in Bluestacks, and they do have some for iOS as well, but some of them do.
REMEMBER TO ACTIVATE THE 5% APR ONCE OVER 35,000 COINS. IT HAS TO BE ACTIVATED IN YOUR SETTINGS. ONE CLICK, DONE!
Cointiply calculates your annual percentage return daily, which is compounded daily and paid weekly. The more coins you hold, the more you gain. Think of it like Tezos staking, but more consistent; I ran a Tezos experiment to compare the two, actually - Tezos lost.
So, the moral of the story: You can start making $5-10+ per day rather immediately, and then as soon as you rank up and obtain better equippable pods and more constant cointipoint flow, your earnings are going to keep going up; especially if you start teaching others and get referrals as I've just begun doing. Most people who do this are HODL'ers and low to mid level investors, or flat out crypto hobbyists that enjoy the community aspect.
There are a lot of spammers in chat - it's hard to avoid (mostly people trying to get freebies, none ever do), but the mods police them fairly well and the mods are some pretty cool cats that volunteer to help. This means they ban for free! XD
From there, all there really is other than grinding is Paid-to-Watch video services like HideoutTV and Videofox, both of which I use everyday on my laptop that pay immediately into your Cointiply account. I do hit the faucet once a day for loyalties at the same time I hit my Coinpot faucets, also for loyalties, but have no delusions - faucets will not make you rich, but I often get 1-2 cents in satoshi's from Cointiply's faucet, especially with 100% loyalties.
Oh, and about the chat rain. Read the FAQ "How Cointiply Chat Rain Works" and know this: Going in, saying hello to everyone, and clicking on the rain qualification checkmark will get you qualified. Once you see the green light = go earn. Chatting does not give you bigger shares, earning does. Spamming, saying totally useless stuff or tagging random people will quickly get you muted/banned and just shows you are a brain-dead who can't even read a FAQ. You will make money doing it the right way while grinding surveys. You'll be lucky to make pennies otherwise.
I have never had a single chargeback for any offer I have ever done on Cointiply; I am told it happens to people who try to bend the rules on the offers. A good example would be canceling a trial for an app-install right after you make it. It's best to keep a list in notepad.exe or similar that has all of your current offers in case they need to be canceled last minute. I highly recommend you keep a log of your offerwall completions and statuses and check it daily. Keep a day record of your mobile games if they have 30 day time limits. I do not recommend AFK Arena as it is practically geared to require you to buy in-game items to pay out, while the others are not.
So, if you are doing things correctly you have boosters activated, grinding surveys and offer-wall app installs or sign ups, you'll activate the 5% APR because it's free interest paid weekly, and if you have multiple devices or displays you can run HideoutTV and/or VideoFox, and collect chat rain bonuses again and again, all simultaneously. Then, you can teach others yourself and gain referrals. You're now making money in multiple different ways on a single earner; this is how you properly use Cointiply for the best possible gains proportionate to your efforts and the time put in.
Oh and the VPN warning I almost forgot to include: If you use a VPN you will not get paid and you will get banned. Don't, it's easy to check for and they do it automatically. Unfortunately, Fortune-500 companies favor the United States, Canada, and Europe when it comes to surveys. Cointiply would change that if they could, believe me - it's a lot less money for them, too.
Proof of payments as of 4/9/2020 (FYI They pay in 24 to 72 hour waves!):
Told ya 4/11/2020: (This is a good way to track when to withdraw your funds...)
It took me four months to reach 71 while overwhelmed with straight A's at university and I was sick or too busy a large portion of the time. You can do it a lot faster knowing what I just told you. If I had this guide when I started I'd easily be over rank 100 - if people follow this guide, competition for top 10 on Cointiply just got more intense. There are rewards for that, by the way. I made the top 10 when I completed Kings of Avalon Dragon Wars Level 17 - Pro tip: They pay at level 16 so activate a bunch of boosters right before you level your stronghold up, you'll thank me later.
Oh, and it does NOT hurt to put 1-3$ or so into boosters to make it go by a lot faster, the mods in chat will typically help you with each different game technique. For Kings of Avalon, you want an extra builder and towards finish, you'll want to buy loads of building materials. Myself, and several others finished it a lot faster doing it this way. State of Survival is very similar, though I didn't purchase anything and made just as much.
As always, I am happy to answer any questions in the comments, and the mods are great over there as well; Rob really helped me get started and is really the only reason I found Publish0x at all. Make yourself known as an earner, not a beggar, and they will quickly want to help you out as they did with me.
This is the circle of profit for all, unless you count the people who use the multiplier, lol... Gambling is no good, folks!
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