Coins Earning Economy

Making a profit on

I have had some questions asked on, so I will explain how I profit from the site. Because a lot of the people I have talked with seems to fall into the same problem with making it profitable. I will take it tab by tab ending up explaining how they can stay in business without commercials.


The most straightforward tab to use. I have it open almost every time I am on a PC so I can claim on an hour to receive my BTC my 2 lottery tickets and 2 reward points (more reward points in the weekend). In the tab, you will have a yellow box prompting you to use the browser for mining, and I sometimes use that when on a work PC never on my private pc because it puts the PC under stress.


I don’t use it, making it profitable requires a lot of BTC in your account so this is the tab where most people lose BTC. And I have experimented with different ways of using it even following different YOUTUBE guides, and none of them has worked.


This is a passive income of 4,08% of your account holding once you have 30.000 satoshis. There is nothing more to it.


Well there is not much to do here except buying tickets, but just by using the FREE BTC tab I have gained enough Lottery tickets to win the 3 prices, never the first price but even 10th place gives you a good profit.


This is where it gets interesting because it is here you can turn the hours of claiming into some sort of profit. First of all, before I start using the functions, I make sure that I can claim 13 times within the following 24 hours because otherwise, it is not profitable.

Once I reach 1.200 points I use the REWARD POINTS BONUS exchanging 1.200 points to a bonus of 100 points every time I claim the FREE BTC and quick math gives you a minimum of 12 claims to break even, this makes the 13th time is a clean profit.

But that’s not all because I want the point to become BTC so once I reach 3.200 points I got to FREE BTC BONUS and exchange it for a 1000% BTC bonus every time I claim on the FREE BTC tab. Still, think about maximising the number of claims I can do in a 24 hour period. So to maximise the profit.

Running towards profit in the bitcoin industry is hard work so make sure you are ready


Well I use the refer option on this website and to my friends when I want to teach them about Bitcoins, so if you haven’t registered, yet I hope you will support this site by using our referral link. Every time you claim FREE BTC I get an amount equal to 50% of what you are getting, when you are betting on MULTIPLY BTC I get an amount equal to 0,25% of what you are gambling, and if you get the 4,08% interest I get an amount equal to 25% of that amount. All without impacting what you get, it helps us to minimise the commercials needed to run this site.


Answers to your questions about the site


CHANGE WITHDRAWAL ADDRESS this is where you put in your Bitcoin wallet public address when you change wallet
CHANGE E-MAIL ADDRESS if you change email address then it is essential to change it here so you can recover your account if you should forget your code
CHANGE PASSWORD if you need to.
2 FACTOR AUTH. this tab can be used to enable 2factor authentication strongly recommend this
DISABLE LOTTERY & INTEREST if you disable lottery tickets you will get a 1:1 ratio in reward points instead also for your referrals, disable interest can for religious reasons be a good option to have. 
E-MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS chose what you get in your mailbox


It is not your stats but overall side stats which includes the bitcoin price they are using for their calculations. But it is also here we can see how they make their money and as I write this 137,034.61710072BTC has been won by users and 265,300.71093520BTC has been wagered this makes me assume that some of the wagered amounts are from users who have transferred in BTC to wager. So now you also have a good picture of how they are able to pay you.


On they have much the same tabs just a little fewer, so the same guide applies to that site


The Golden boy
I have a long background in cryptocurrencies, I first heard of Bitcoin back in 2011, did take much notice of it back then, but as time went on, I have got more and more into the idea of a decentralised economy. And have slowly accumulated cryptocurrencies since around 2013, since I didn’t have a lot of money at the time I started slowly. I thought of it more as a statement than an investment. It is first in 2016 I began to see how significant a potential there were in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

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