Is Cointiply a Scam or Great Way to Bitcoins? (Inside Look)

Cointiply Rating

If you would like to earn Bitcoin, Cointiply offers some creative and fun ways to earn you cannot find on other sites. You can join from all countries.

If you want to earn Bitcoins by taking surveys, offers, and other small online tasks, then maybe you have heard about Cointiply.

But is Cointiply a scam, or is it really a great and legit way to get free Bitcoins?

I have joined and tested the site thoroughly myself, and in this Cointiply review I will give you an inside look and show you exactly what you can expect.

I will also show you how to use the site and how to decide if it is even worth it for you to join.

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What is Cointiply and what does the site offer?

Cointiply is a fairly new site as it has only existed since February 2018. So compared to many other Get-Paid-To (GPT) sites this is still a very young site.

It is, first of all, known as a Bitcoin faucet (more about what this is later), but you can actually earn in quite a lot of different ways on the site.

Let me reveal that when I first came to the site I was a bit confused. It has many options and therefore it can be a bit difficult to find your way around in the beginning and figure out exactly what opportunities it has.

It does however not take too long to learn to navigate on it. But to save you the time of having to spend too much time to figure out what it offers, let’s here go over the earning methods, so you can easily see if it will be for you or not.

Option 1 – Paid surveys:

I in general think paid surveys is a great way to earn some extra money online as it is easy, and you can have your opinion heard on important topics at the same time.

Cointiply offers quite a lot of survey opportunities. You will however not spot them right away after you log in, as they are not located in a survey section.

You can find them in the section in the top menu called “Earn Coins”. Here you will find a submenu called “Surveys & Offers” and below this you can see the option to complete surveys.

You can, for example, take Say So Rewards surveys and find quite a lot of these surveys here.

cointiply survey examples
Examples of surveys you can take on Cointiply.

This is just one example of surveys you can find here. Cointiply has a cooperation with many survey providers, and you will, therefore, find a very big amount.

However, since it is third-party providers, you will definitely not qualify for all the surveys, and sometimes you also have to put in your details again for the different providers.

At first, this can be a bit annoying, but with a little patience, you can find a lot of survey opportunities here. The pay is average for the time spent compared to other survey sites.

Option 2 – Offer walls:

I have already mentioned Cointiply has a lot of offer walls. You can not only find surveys on these.

If you know about paid offers on offer walls, you will know that it is a way to earn in many different ways.

It can, for example, be by downloading apps, signing up for free trials, signing up for contests, and more.

You can find some really good offers here that can boost your earnings. But always make sure to read the conditions, before taking any of these offers, as not all of them are worth it. So you need to know exactly what you agree to.

In my experience, the rewards for the paid offers on Cointiply are on the lower end, and on the highest paying get-paid-to sites, you can often find the same offers but for a higher reward.

But Cointiply has A LOT of offers gathered at one place, and if you like the other options it has, it can be a good place to take them, as long as you make sure to take the right offers (this means to read the condition for each offer before taking them).

Option 3 – Bitcoin faucet:

The Cointoply faucet is the earning option Cointiply is probably the most known for.

It is a faucet, which means you can earn rewards in the form of a satoshi, which is a hundredth of a millionth BTC, by completing a small task.

On Cointiply it is to fill out a captcha and then roll and get a number. The number decides the size of your reward.

cointiply faucet rewards
The reward table for the faucet option.

This is free to participate in and you can roll once per hour. It only takes a few seconds, and if you are lucky you can win up to 100,000 points in one roll.

But in most cases, the reward will, of course, be a lot smaller, but you will always get a reward.

It is very easy, so if you are on the platform, it will only take you a few seconds to roll.

You can increase the size of your reward by being active on the platform. On the image above you can see, there is something called a Cointiplier.

This tells how big rewards you will get. The standard is 1.5, but you can increase this up to 2, if you are a loyal user.

There is no exact explanation about what you need to do to increase it, other than it can increase if you are actively using many of the different earning methods the site offers.

If you are only using the faucet, the Cointiplier will likely decrease instead. So it pays to use some of the other options as well even if you prefer just using the faucet.

Option 4 – Watch videos:

Cointiply also has a whole video section where you can choose videos within many different topics and get paid to watch these.

You can also have them running on a different screen, so in that sense, you do not have to watch them.

Be aware that the rewards for these videos are very low, and it is therefore not one of the earning methods I in general use much on reward sites, as there are ways to earn faster.

However, sometimes there can be some interesting videos, and then it is nice to get paid while being entertained.

Option 5 – Multiply your coins:

You can find a section called “Multiplier”.

This is a way to bet your coins and get the chance to win a bigger amount. But you of course also risk losing the ones you bet.

You simply choose the amount you want to bet, and then you can choose a field on the screen, and see if you are lucky.

cointiply multiplier
You can bet your coins in the multiplier and win good rewards if you are lucky.

If you choose a field on the screen with a win, you will in the first round have the coins you bet multiplied by 1.4 – that means if you bet 10 coins you will get 14 coins.

You can then choose to take that winning or continue. If you continue, the multiplier in the next round will be 2.1, meaning you will potentially win 21 coins, if you bet 10 coins.

The multiplier for the third level is 3, for level 4 it is 4.4, level 5 is 6.5, level 6 is 9.4, and that is the highest level I have managed to get to at the time of writing this review.

You can take the winning at any time, but if you gamble and continue, you can potentially also end up multiplying your coins quite a lot. But if you gamble too much and do not stop in time, you of course also risk losing what you bet.

I find this game quite fun, and it is also kind of addictive:-)

If you participate in this, you will also automatically participate in a weekly contest.

There is a leaderboard with a list of the people that have bet the most on the multiplier. The 10 people that have bet the most within the given week get as prize between 100,000 – 1,000,000 coins.

So it can be some nice extra money if you are lucky or a big gambler.

Option 6 – Mining game (no longer exists):

Cointiply used to have its own mining game.

In the middle of December 2018, this game was however closed down, as it was not sustainable and it was too expensive for them to run this game.

The reason I am still mentioning it here is because I have seen some people still looking for information about this and being confused about what happened since the game was suddenly closed.

There is a long explanation on Cointiply that explains all the details. Below you can see a short snippet of this statement:

mining game closure notification
The short version of why the mining game was closed.

If you have played the mining game, you should receive a private message explaining more on the platform, and you should be paid based on how much you have played the game.

Get-paid-to sites regularly change the offers they have and that is just a part of using sites like this. Luckily the site still has many other options and according to the site itself, it is also planning to expand with more options in the future. However, the mining game was apparently not sustainable and has therefore been closed down.

Option 7 – Online games:

You can find a lot of different games you can play in your browser on Cointiply.

You cannot at first see this option in the main menu. You find it by going into the “Earn Coins” tab, and here you then click on “play games” that is located in the “Cointiply” sub-menu.

You will earn 35 points when you have played long enough for your activity bar to fill up – there is however not much information about how long this will take.

In general, it is not a high reward, so if your main goal is to earn on Cointiply, some of the other methods are more effective. But you can find games in almost any genre, so if you like playing online games, why not get paid a little to do it?

Option 8 – Click on ads:

You can also find a section with PTC ads on Cointiply. This means you get paid a small amount to click an ad and watch it for a set amount of seconds.

If you go directly through the PTC tab in the main menu, you will not find too many options, but there are a few.

example of cointiply ptc ad
Example of one of the PTC ads you can find on Cointiply.

You can, however, find more PTC ads on the offer walls. There are some of these that also have this option.

Especially the offer walls called ClixWall and PTC Wall as these two are focused on this kind of opportunities.

It is very easy to participate in the PTC option, BUT you have to be aware that the rewards are in general very small, so it will take A LOT of clicks to make any real money.

For that reason, it is not an option I myself use very often. But if you decide to join, it does not take long to do, so it can still be worth checking out, so you can see for yourself if this option is for you or not.

Option 9 – Cointiply promo codes

Sometimes Cointiply offers promo codes that will give you some free coins.

You can find these promo codes on their Twitter profile.

cointiply promo code example
You can regularly get promo codes with free coins for Cointiply.

There are usually posted around once per week, in my experience. Just eb aware that each promo code is only available for a limited number of members. So you should wait too long if you want to get these points.

Option 10 – Cointiply loyalty bonus:

If you are logging into Cointiply every day, you can earn a loyalty bonus. To get this you just need to do something on the site.

The more days in a row you do this, the higher the bonus you will get. You will earn 1% per day in a row you log in. So if you are actively using the site, you can earn up to 100% bonus per day.

A nice way to boost your earnings, if you like what else the platform has to offer.

But be aware that if you miss one day, it will reset and you have to start building up the bonus from scratch again. WIth a premium membership you can, however, miss some days (more about this membership below).

Below you can see a full tutorial of Cointiply to get an inisde look and see exactly how to use and find the options described above. Just be aware that the interface has changed a bit since I recorded the video but it will still give you a very good idea about how it works:

Is the Cointiply premium membership worth it?

It is free to join and use Cointiply, but it also has a premium membership you can get.

I usually do not like platforms like this that have a premium option, but the one on Cointiply is not too bad.

The platform itself of course also needs to make money. A big part of this comes through ads – if they did not have this, we could not earn on it. You can, however, decide to upgrade which will stop a big part of the ads.

It will, in general, give you the following advantages to upgrade:

  • No popup advertisements
  • No hover / slide in advertisements
  • Skip up to 2 days without having your loyalty bonus reset
  • Early access to new features
  • Random daily coin rewards for premium users
  • Random boost on completed offer wall earnings
  • Premium support

What I like about this option is that they are not trying hard to push you into getting it, and the platform works fine without an upgrade.

Also, if you decide to upgrade, you do not need to take out your credit card, as you can only upgrade if you have enough coins in your account.

cointiply premium membership options
The Cointiply premium membership options.

You have two premium membership options. You can pay monthly for 17,000 coins ($1,7) or yearly for 170,000 coins ($17).

So it is not a big amount. If it will then be worth it, depends a lot on your preferences. If you use the platform a lot and would like fewer ads, a chance to miss a few days without the loyalty bonus is reset, and some extra bonus chances, then it might be worth it.

But it is NOT necessary to upgrade to earn on Cointiply, and you can easily use it without a premium membership.

How do you get paid?

When you are active on Cointiply, you earn coins. You can see in your account how many coins you have, how much they are worth in dollars, and how much they are currently worth in Bitcoin.

100 Cointiply coins are worth $0.01. This means 10,000 coins are worth $1.

At first, this can make it a bit confusing to figure out exactly what you, for example, earn to take a survey or offer. But once you get used to it, it is quick to figure out how much an activity is worth in dollars.

You can get these coins paid out in a few different ways:

  • Withdraw to your FaucetHub account when you have at least 35,000 coins ($3.50)
  • Withdraw directly to your DOGE wallet when you have at least 50,000 coins ($5)
  • Withdraw directly to your Bitcoin wallet when you have at least 100,000 coins ($10)

So the payout threshold depends on the reward you prefer.

If you withdraw to your Bitcoin wallet, the payments are processed once per week. If you withdraw to FaucetHub or DOGE, you will usually get your money in 24-72 hours.

These are at the moment the only payout methods Cointiply offers. If you instead, for example, prefer getting paid through PayPal, you can check out this list of legit PayPal sites where you can earn by taking surveys, offers, play games, and more.

How much money can you make?

As you can see, Cointiply has quite a lot of different ways to earn.

But how much money can you then earn?

It really depends on how much time you are willing to put in. It has enough opportunities for you to spend a lot of time on the platform every day.

Many of the earning methods will not give huge rewards but can give a little extra. But if you combine the different earning methods and log in often to get the daily bonus, you can earn some nice extra cash.

However, you should not join, if your goal is to become rich easily or make a fast full-time income. This is not the kind of money you can earn here.

But with the right approach and expectations, it does have a decent amount of opportunities to earn some extra money, if you like getting paid in Bitcoin.

Can you use it on mobile?

mobile with cointiply website

You can use Cointiply on a mobile, which in my opinion is a big advantage, as it makes it possible to earn a bit whenever it fits you, and you can use the roll option to earn your free points when you are on the go.

There is even a Cointiply app you can download which makes it very easy to use on mobile or tablet. For some reason the app is, however, only available for Android.

But if you do not have Android and want to use Cointiply on the go, the website is fully optimized for mobile devices and work very nicely on mobile. It is easy to navigate on even small screens.

Some of the surveys or offers might not be fully optimized, as they are offered through third-party providers, so in some cases, you have to zoom in and out a bit if you use these options.

But overall Cointiply gives a good experience on mobile.

Who can join Cointiply?

You can join Cointiply no matter where you live.

Some of the opportunities might be limited in certain countries like for example surveys and offers. The amount of these depends a lot on your country.

But many of the other earning options are the same in all countries. So overall Cointiply gives several ways to earn all over the world.

Can you get support?

Cointiply has a support function where you can submit a ticket.

I had problems entering this from the “contact us” button on the website. But I then instead saw that it is possible to submit a ticket if you go to the FAQ section.

I have however not needed to contact the support yet, so I cannot say how fast they respond, but it is good to know that you can send a message.

If it does not work for you through the contact & support option, just try to go to the FAQ section and at the top there is a “submit ticket” option.

Final verdict – legit or scam?

Cointiply without a doubt offers a lot of ways to earn.

From my experience, and from testing the site, it seems legit and offers some decent opportunities. It is still a fairly new site, so we shall see in the future, but for now I have a good impression of it.

And from the feedback I have heard from other users, many others also have good experiences.

But let’s finish this review by summing up the pros and cons, so you can get a better overview before deciding if it is the right option for you or not.



  • Free to join
  • Has many earning methods
  • Some earning methods are passive
  • Available to all countries
  • Low payout threshold


  • Some earning methods have low rewards
  • Can be a bit confusing to use at first
  • Cannot get your earnings out in cash

Overall, I have a good impression of Cointiply. It offers many ways to earn, and you can join from all countries.

You just need to be aware that it is not the most user-friendly site so it will take a bit of time at first to learn how to use it the best way.

But if you are patient enough to get to know how it works and if you like getting paid in Bitcoin and do it with the right expectations, it is, in my opinion, a site worth considering. If you would like other payout methods instead, you can check out the top paying get-paid-to sites that offer many other payout methods.

How to join Cointiply?

It is very easy to join Cointiply. You just click the button below and you will be taken straight to the sign-up page. It only takes a few seconds to sign up.

Once you have signed up, make sure to confirm your email, as this will give you a joining bonus of 100 points and verify your account. And then you can start earning right away.

If you have any comments, questions, or have any experiences with Cointiply yourself, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.

32 thoughts on “Is Cointiply a Scam or Great Way to Bitcoins? (Inside Look)”

  1. Review – it is not good site. Hello sir, i want to delete my account in cointyply. So please tell me how to delete my account in cointiply.

  2. It may be the best faucet, but cointiply is full of goddamn scams. You spend weeks completing offers that involve downloading apps and reaching a certain level, with no payout. Every PTC (paid-to-click) ad you press on is a scam, and god I hope they don’t sucker too many people into their cloudmining or whatever else stitch-ups. You ask if the ptc ads are safe and the replies you get from the moderators are “they are on cointiply so they must be safe”. You ask about your offer payouts that you laboured over for almost a month to complete, and the moderators say, “open a ticket if you didn’t receive your payout and customer service or whatever will look after you.” Ummm, bull, I have spent probably 100 hours completing three offers that should be worth about $30 and I HAVE BEEN PAID FOR NONE OF THEM!


    God bless to you all. Please stay safe. Shame on you cointiply. I know whoever is running the show has good intentions but they should offer better security when it comes to the criminals that they allow to post offers.

  3. I have waited 3 months to get my 20 euros which I earned in 6 months. Today I was told “Your account has been banned for violating our terms of service” So it is a scam system they have built. According to them, I have cracked reCAPTCHA and if that were the case I could earn more than 20 euros by selling that solution instead of dealing with scam people as Cointiply.

  4. This site is 100% scam.
    Without reason and reason, 60,000 of the coins I collected and closed my account. Although I had followed all the rules.
    Contact support is also useless because there are no logical reasons.
    New scam

    • Can I ask what kind of tasks you did for those payments that are on hold?

      Anyway, 3 months is too long to have payments held. Have you tried contacting their support?


      • You can remove my comment the support center replyed to my ticket and the problem is now solved, this site is totaly clean I got payed !

        5/5 for me

        • Thanks for the update. That is great to hear.

          If it is ok with you, I will just leave the comment so others can see your experience and that you got paid as this is great info for many to see if they should run into the same problem you had.

          If it is not ok, just let me know and I will delete.


    • It works but they pay hella low for your time. You can gamble your earnings but you should be paid alot more for your time. I find this a way to waste time but not a scam. Only way to get real crypto amounts is buy something or gamble the website is a gamble with time for contributers to services they sell

  5. Scam. The mining game was suddenly closed, and they are holding the coins we already earned in a pool until we earned them all over again. Next they will wait until enough people do surveys and leave their coins to get interest, and then they will steal that too and disappear.

    • Thanks for sharing your experience. It is always good to be extra careful and aware when it comes to newer sites. However, I do not think it is fair to classify Cointiply as a scam because they have decided to close the mining game.

      On the website, there is a long explanation of why they have closed it, and as far as I can tell, they will pay people for what they have earned there. I have not used the mining game much myself so not sure exactly how they do it, but that is the info there is on the website.

      There are still many other ways to earn on the site. Get-paid-to sites in general often change the opportunities they offer, so nothing alarming about this in itself in my experience.

      About the claim that they will steal people’s coins – do you have any proof or indications of this? Because then I would love to hear about it. But I do not think it can be concluded just because they have decided to close the mining game.

      If you have any more details about your experience on Cointiply or evidence, I would however love to hear about it.


    • That’s not really true apart from the game closing suddenly which was a shock. They openly admitted to mistakes made and how the game became unsustainable, but rather than closing and running like any most site owners would had done, probably reopening under another name, they’ve stood up to their responsibilities. They calculated what everyone would have earnt if the mining game had never existed, E.g. offer wall earnings Etc, then they’ve added a 15% bonus for the inconvenience. This is amount is being paid back to each and every member who invested in the mining game in weekly installments, the estimated time for all payments to be paid back is approx just over 1 year from the time of the closure, so it will probably be early 2020. We’ve all received a good chunk so far. Unfortunately the game had to be closed suddenly because if they’d given any warning there would have been a mass flood of people trying to cash out suddenly and Cointiply wouldn’t have been able to afford to pay all that in one go. If they hadn’t had closed the game at all, then before long Cointiply would have gone bankrupt and no-one would have got paid at all so difficult decisions had to be made. What they did was very brave and honest in my opinion, but a lot has moved on at Cointiply since then.

  6. Dear Mikael,

    Thanks a lot for this helpful review and to be honest I recently joined this site as per the recommendation of my friend. However I am not sure whether it’s genuine or scam so your review post means a lot to me.

    I use Faucet and PTC ads to earn coins after reading your review I came to know many ways to earn coins thanks again.

    Indeed I really like the loyalty bonus and planning to take it to 100% by working daily.

    Although I am using it for the few days I don’t know much about Cointiply but after reading your thorough review I got new insights and ways to increase my coins.

    Wishing you much Success!


  7. This is a good review about Cointply which has lot’s of earning opportunity. There are lot’s of paid surveys which may not be available for all country and not possible to complete for everyone. In that case alternative earning sources are good. 

    From your review, I found that this is legitimate and real earning source. But I want to know about affiliate opportunity here. How much one can earn from affiliation? Thanks for posting this real information.

    • Thanks for the feedback.

      You can earn by referring others to Cointiply is that is what you are asking. You will earn 25% of what the people you refer earn on the faucet and 10% of what they earn on tasks and surveys. 

      So you need to invite quite a lot of people to make any real money like this, but even a little extra is also nice. So this is definitely an option if you know people that would be interested i joining as well.


  8. Mikael, Let me first say that you got and held my attention throughout the entire article. They should definitely pay you for this review which felt like I was reading a “how to manual.” Congratulations on writing a good article, which now has me interested. One thing I would love to ask before going any further, what are bit coins? Okay, I have more questions. What do we use bitcoins for and how?

    With those questions out of the way, it was nice to see that I can use this site from possibly Jamaica, where I reside. My experience on paid survey sites is that a lot of them are not available in my country. I will give this one a try. I absolutely love the fact that I use the earned coins to pay for my upgrade and that I can continue on free membership and earn cash. 

    My final question. Once I have my coins transferred to these wallets, what next? I need to make real cash online, so how does this help me? I said final question….ooops. Yes, I am totally new to your topic, but, now interested. Go ahead and educate me. I am curious and definitely motivated to give it a try.

    Thanks. Good job. 

    • Thank you for the nice feedback Josephine. Glad you liked the article.

      Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency. Exactly what it is and how it works is a big topic. So would suggest you to check out this article for more info about it.

      Bitcoins cannot yet be used exactly as other currencies, so if you need something that is easier to spend there might be other sites that are more relevant for you. You can for example check out the top paying survey sites.  

      Hope this helps and let me know if you have other questions.


  9. I usually like sites that pay in paypal or amazon gift cards but I use bitcoin for some things so this site caught my attention. Earning in bitcoin seems likely to be more convenient that earning other ways and then converting. Does a coin on this site = a satoshi or is there a different conversion? Also, which of the three withdraw methods do you recommend as the easiest site to use? 

    • Hi Marie,

      I myself actually also mostly use sites that pay through PayPal. But I am also curious about cryptocurrencies so decided to give Cointiply a go, and it has quite good opportunities from what I have seen so far.

      No, a coin does not necessarily equals a satoshi. As the rate for bitcoin fluctuates quite a bit, the exchange rate from a coin to satoshi will follow the current rate. 

      I honestly do not yet know which of the three withdrawal methods is easiest to use, as I have not used all of them. Personally I think I will stick with withdrawing to Bitcoin wallet, but that is just my personal preferences.


  10. Hi Mikael,

    To be honest I have never trusted crypto currencies as they arent properly regulated by the big finance guys and always felt it was scam whose bubble that will pop (like bitcoin did earlier this year)

    But after reading your post, it isnt really a scam but just a new method of payment and it really is up to the person putting in the effort to make the money. you really are in charge of how much you make unlike my current sales job (sob)

    I agree with you about the premium option – those of those who cant afford to pay are at a disadvantage (no matter how small  it is) compared to those who pay. I think we should all be on the same playing field.

    you mentioned that you can skip up to 2 days without the loyalty bonus being affected but if I want to go for a 2 week holiday in the himalayas and get disconnected from the net..what happens then?


    • Hi Tarun,

      I am myself also skeptical about crytocurrencies. But decided to give Cointiply a go.

      The site itself is quite good and gives good opportunities, but only for people that like getting paid in cryptocurrencies. 

      If you get disconnected for 2 weeks, your bonus percentage will be reset. You will not lose any of your earnings and it will not affect your account in any other way. You will just not get the same bonus until you build it again.



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