How Much Can You Make On Cointiply’s Bitcoin Faucet? (A Tutorial On How To Maximize Earnings)
Not all faucets are the same. Some are definitely better than others. I’ve earned well over $1,000 on Coinpot and I believe you may be able to earn even more from Cointiply. Not only do they reward loyalty in several different ways, but they have more activities to obtain “coins” and you can even earn 5% interest after you have 35,000 coins (which isn’t much).
What does it mean to be a “better” faucet — it means providing a greater opportunity for higher payouts. Some faucets pay out 9 satoshi and others pay out 50 satoshi, while giving you the opportunity to earn another 2000 satoshi by watching a short video. Some, like Cointiply, even pay out interest.
The big question is: How much can you make on Cointiply? I attempted to answer this question in the article: How Much Can You Make on Coinpot in 1 Year? I’ve come to learn that faucets pay out different amounts depending on location/region. So, it’s hard to create a model that takes that into consideration. What I can tell you is that Cointiply is one of the best faucets on the web today. In fact, I’d give it a 9 out of 10, which means like Coinpot, it’s definitely worth your time.
The only bad thing (and it’s really not that bad) is that Cointiply does have a learning curve. The creators have provided a good Help Desk, with dozens of articles, but my goal is to condense all those article into one quick tutorial so you can get started immediately.
Let’s do this.
So, I want to start off by saying that there are several different ways to earn coins on Cointiply.
- There’s the main faucet, which can be boosted by increasing your Cointiplier (we’ll talk about how to do that in a moment).
- There’s also offer walls (visiting webpages, downloading apps, watching videos), surveys, videos, and paid to click ads.
- You can also boost your earnings temporarily and permanently by playing the game Cointivity, which is a little mining game created by the folks at Cointiply (we’ll talk about this a bit later as well).
- Last but not least, you can earn 5% interest on your balance if you have over 35,000 coins, which isn’t hard to do.
After I walk through each of these earning opportunities, I’m going to discuss withdrawal methods and then you’ll be ready to get started!
Ways To Earn
The primary way that you make money on any faucet is through the claim. Cointiply has one of the best faucets out there. It’s attached to a progressive jackpot, which as of now is for 272,881 coins.
On average, I make around 30 coins per claim, but I could have made anywhere from 22 to 280 coins. The amount depends on the roll and the Cointiplier.
The Cointiplier rate determines how much you can earn from each faucet claim. The higher the rate, the more you earn. The payouts listed next to the faucet are determined with your Cointiplier rate.
Everybody starts with a rate of 1.5x. It is determined based on Cointiply’s own secret algorithm, which is based on your level of activity (offers, surveys, videos, referrals, paid per click ads). The rate is adjusted daily.
Cointiply offer-walls are a great way to earn coins. According to the website, top users earn 100’s of thousands from offer walls. The most popular offer walls are Theorem Reach, Tap Research, Adscend Media and Adgate Media. There are more than a dozen others. They are all different, so find one you like and work it. The good news is, you have variety.
Offer walls are great, but the #1 way people earn is surveys. Tap Research, TheoremReach, and Revenue Wall are all great places to do surveys. You also have Jungle Surveys, which is available for all countries and has no daily limits. It is not unusual for one survey to pay thousands of coins (keep in mind that as of today 1,000 Cointiply coins is equivalent to approximately 1,000 satoshi.)
You’ll find all kinds of topics covered and they are updated frequently.
This is one of the most passive ways to earn coins because all you have to do is pull up a video and have it streaming. My favorites are VideoFox, EngagMe and Hideout.tv. You will also find videos in Opinion Capital’s offerwall for some countries.
A quick note about EngagMe videos is that you don’t have to do anything to link EngagMe videos. You just have to open the videos page from the Cointiply website and you are ready to go. You need to see 3 ads before your account will be credited. The same applies to Hideout.TV. You earn points for every three ads that plays between videos.
Cointiply Paid to Click (PTC) Ads
Cointiply paid to click ads are pretty normal. You earn coins for visiting a webpage and they’re available all around the world.
Cointivity The Game
This is perhaps the main reason I like Cointiply so much. There are so many ways to boost your earnings. In addition to your Cointiplier (which increases your faucet claim), you also have the ability to boost your earnings by playing a game. The game is called Cointivity.
CointiPoints are Cointiply’s reward point system. For every 10 coins you earn , you’ll receive 1 CointiPoint.
You play the game for points that can buy you items. The “items” are used for your “mining business”. The goal is to collect as many “items” as possible to help you be successful with your business. However, you can only collect items if you have a “slot” to place the item in. Each level unlocks more “slots”, which allows you to have more items.
How do you increase your level? In addition to CointiPoints, there are “Experience” points. You are also given 1 “Experience” point with every 10 coins earned. The more coins you earn, the higher your level will rise and the more “slots” you’ll have to place “items” in.
Now, let’s figure out what kind of “items” you can place in your slots.
There are two types of “items” that you can use to help your mining business: Equippables and Consumables. Consumables are items that are consumed or used in a short period of time. They are short-term in nature and the earnings boost from consumables is temporary. Equippables are items that are part of your equipment. They are long-term in nature and they boost your earnings permanently.
Each item is also classified as Common, Uncommon, and Rare quality. Rare items are valued higher than Common items.
Everyone starts off with 2 slots: 1 for Consumables and 1 for Equippables. Every time you unlock another level, you also get more slots to put your items in. Remember, you want lots of items because they boost your earnings.
Where can you find items? In Pods. You can buy Pods with either CointiPoints or coins. Every Pod contains three items. The higher quality the Pod, the higher your chance of getting Uncommon and Rare items, which are worth the most.
Pods are also classified as Common, Uncommon, and Rare quality. Here’s a graphic from the site’s Help Pages.
In these Pods you will find “items” like the ones below.
So, you earn points that pay for “items” that you can be purchased in Pods.
We’re not done. There are also Cointivity Collections. Cointivity Collections are a way to get an even higher earnings boost. This is a great way to maximize earnings if you know you’re going to be on Cointiply for a few hours.
Each collection requires a different group of items. The most valuable Collection also has the most Rare and Uncommon Items. Here’s a graphic from the website of the Collections currently available:
When you have all items in a Collection, a “LOCK IN” button appears on that Collection. Click the button, and you will be asked to confirm that you wish to activate the Collection.
All of your items are part of your “Inventory”. So, at any point in time you can check to see how many items you have by clicking on Inventory. You can check out your level, your boosts, your slots, and the items you have in those slots by clicking on your Cointivity Profile. Also remember, that you can use the items to boost earnings or you can sell them for coins.
I’m not a big fan of gambling, so I didn’t mention this in the opening remarks. You want to earn and hold (or hodl as the bitcoin community likes to say). That said, if you’re into this for the gambling, you can wager as few as 10 coins or as many as 50,000 coins in Cointiply’s multiplier game. The maximum multiplier is 61.3x so you could make as much as 613 coins from a 10 coin wager, but it’s highly unlikely.
When you start a new round of the CointiPly Multiplier you will be presented with 11 different “targets” on the screen. The targets look like small white circles. If you win, you can either press your luck or play it safe and click the “Take Win” button at any time to claim your coins and end the round.
Why gamble when you could be earning interest though?
As of December 1st, 2018 Cointiply pays 5% annual interest on coin balances over 35,000 coins. Remember, in today’s terms, 1,000 coins is approximately 1,000 satoshi, which is approximately $.10. So, 35,000 coins is approximately 35,000 satoshi or $3.50.
To earn interest, you have to maintain this balance and make at least 1 claim each week. To start earning interest, you need to go to the settings page and toggle the “Enable Interest” switch and then save your settings. Interest is paid every Sunday night.
As a word of caution, be sure to place a 2FA on your account if you have enough to earn interest. You can find the 2FA set up in settings.
Cointiply gives you several ways to withdraw your coins.
- You can withdraw to your FaucetHub Account when you have 35,000 coins. You must register on FaucetHub before using this option. You can learn more about FaucetHub in the post: The Bitcoin Faucet Experiment Continues: How Much Can You Make On FaucetHub?
- You can withdraw to your DOGE wallet (processed in 24–72 hours) when you have at least 50,000 coins.
- You can withdraw to your bitcoin wallet (processed weekly) when you have at least 100,000 coins.
It may seem like a lot, but it’s worth the effort. Perhaps even more so for those of you that have difficulty getting referrals with Coinpot. Mainly, because there are so many ways of increasing your earnings on Cointiply.
The first major bitcoin faucet I recommended was Coinpot. I love Coinpot. It’s reliable and you can really boost your earnings through loyalty, mystery and referral points. I didn’t think any other faucet was better than Coinpot until I found Cointiply. Don’t get me wrong, I love Coinpot, but Cointiply is just as good, if not better.
I’ll be researching a faucet called Starcoins next. Starcoins is another great faucet. It’s set up in a creative game style, so the creators are actually investing some creative power into the design, which I like. Once you sign up (email only), you need to update your wallet with at least your bitcoin address. All withdrawals are manual and are set up in the same way that FaucetHub sets up wallets (one wallet address at a time), but the good news is that there are many coins to earn. You can learn more about FaucetHub in the post: The Bitcoin Faucet Experiment Continues: How Much Can You Make On FaucetHub?
Why Am I Doing This?
I am a big advocate of bitcoin for many reasons. You can read about many of those reasons on my own website or in the SeekingAlpha article, Bitcoin: Valued at $4 million. As part of that advocacy, I wanted to bring more people into the world of bitcoin. I struggled with a way to do that because there IS a learning curve. Which means, it can be difficult to get started and there are many scams, so I designed the Bitcoin Faucet Experiment with that learning curve in mind. Please let me know if you have any questions and good luck!