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For the past few days, I have been struggling to produce any quality article partially because I have been stressed out due to some personal reasons, but mostly I have been busy playing around with mining sites and faucets.
There's this one site that totally ate the majority of my time, not because I am earning a lot from there but it somehow relieves stress right from my fingertips. It's now added to my daily routine with Noise.cash and read.cash. After reading interesting posts and articles on these platforms, I take a break on this gaming/mining site before I get back to writing.
It is a site where you make a profile and you can then enjoy free mining online. It's passive and it does not really use much of your machine's resources. The only resource it will be taking from you is your time. But again, it's not really about that because you are playing some simple games while doing the mining. If you are satisfied and done with the games, you can just leave it be and your profile will continue to mine coins.
The good thing about it is you can choose a coin to mine. There's their local coin RLT, there's BTC, you can pick BNB, ETH is also an option, and of course, the almighty Dogecoin.
If you feel like you have enough mining power or hashrate, you can split your mining power and mine multiple coins at a time. Ain't that a deal?
Once you register and verify your email, you may now log in to the site and get on your way to exploring the site.
The home screen of the site looks like the image above when you are logged in. It's really a throwback to the old games we used to play with gameboys and other old consoles. The 8-bit graphics look so smooth too. :)
From the start, obviously, you won't really mine much because your miner or your 'PC level' isn't that high. And one way of leveling up your PC and your miner's power is playing those cute little games.
All you have to do is click the "Games" button on the middle of the upper screen and you will be faced with the games interface.
From here, you will select what game you want to play. The games are just short versions of the original games and they just last for about 1 minute or so. By playing and winning games, you will be adding to your mining power and your hashrate. It means, the more you play and win games, the more coins you can earn.
At the end of each game you win, your mining power will be updated accordingly.
You don't have to play games the whole day if you can't afford to do so but you should play at least one game in the course of 24 hours so your mining power will retain its rate.
There are also events held within the game that would give you a chance to win some prizes that you can use inside the game itself.
You can earn XP by doing some tasks and quests. The tasks for the quests are simple jobs like viewing their social pages or playing a specific game.
It's easy to get lost with the games in here especially for someone like me who used to play these retro types of games. That space invader/galaga kind of game really hit the nostalgic guy inside of me. I used to play that when I was just a young boy playing on their family computer.
There's also a Tetris type of game. Takes me back to my early childhood when "brickgame" was the talk of every young lad around the town.
Don't expect to get millions out of this though since it's just for free and there are a lot of people trying to pick up some scraps just around everywhere. This site is some sort of faucet to but instead of answering captchas, you are playing games to earn some coins. But who knows, maybe one day, when we have collected enough scraps of the coins, they will add up together and they could mean some serious money. Hopefully.