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Earning Free Bitcoin through RollerCoin (2019 Review)

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Wouldn’t it be more fun if you could get paid to just stay at home and play computer games all day? Of course, it would, however, thats generally not how life works… or does it? Cue RollerCoin!

As part of my Journey to 1 free Bitcoin, I am trying out many different methods of making free cryptocurrency. These include either watching a video, using a certain browser, or playing a game.

What is RollerCoin

RollerCoin is an online Bitcoin mining simulator game, which rewards you with Bitcoin (BTC). As part of the game, you build your own virtual data centre to generate power. This “virtual power” then allows you to mine real satoshi coins. Compete with friends to see who can earn the most!

The core idea of the game is a distribution of the block reward between players depending on their mining power – just like with real Bitcoin mining.

rollercoin game homescreen
This is your home where you mine virtual bitcoin from. Once you start adding miners they appear in the empty space underneath the clock.

What is Satoshi

Satoshi is the smallest unit of a Bitcoin. 1 Satoshi is equal to one-hundredth-millionth of a single bitcoin. i.e. 1 Satoshi = 0. 00000001 BTC.

How Does RollerCoin Work?

Rollercoin character creating screen

Once you sign up and create an account, you’re able to create and customise a little character. Don’t worry, if you don’t like how it looks now, you are able to change it later on. Your character will be put in a room with a small computer next to them. To start generating power, the user must play minigames that can be found under the “Games” tab. Each game will provide you with mining power (in Gh/s – GigaHash/second). Additionally, users can generate power by completing tasks or purchasing stationary miners with Satoshi (either mined through the game or purchased).

Currently, there are 8 minigames (that generate power) to choose from, including:

Rollercoin mini-games to earn virtual mining power
  • Coinclick – A user must click on coins falling from the sky. Be careful not to click the bomb!
  • Token Blaster – A space invaders style game. The user must shoot little aliens without getting shot
  • Flappy Rocket – Similar to the flappy birds game. The user must guide a hamster through a maze only using mouse clicks.
  • Cryptonoid – The user must break the bricks or “hashes” to earn points.
  • Coin-match – Most similar to the classic Bejewelled. Match 3 or more coins in a row.
  • Crypto Hamster – The user must jump a hamster up a screen, landing on pads, and avoiding aliens.
  • 2048 Coins – Title the table each direction to match coins. One new coin is added for every slide.
  • Coin-Flip – Coin memory! The user must match pairs of coins to earn points.
  • Another 10 that are coming soon.

Once a game has finished, the user can “Gain Power”, which will pass on the points as Gh/s to your miner.

Rollercoin power gained through mini games

Each game has 10 different difficulties, and 3 steps between each difficulty. This means that you need to pass the game 3 times to move up in difficulty. Rewards change depending on the difficulty. Each day the games will reset back to level 1.

Once you have hit level 10, you can keep playing to earn more Gh/s for your miners

Difference in mining power accumulation per different minigame

Each 5 minute period, a new block will be released. That block will be shared amongst all of the players in the group. The players with the most miner power, will gain the most Satoshi. Time will change (increase or decrease) depending on pool power, but will be reset back to 5 mins regularly.

The overall reward per block can be changed each 1000 blocks, but it depends on the power, activity and number of miners.

Your individual power in relation to the cumulative power of all players will determine how much of a share of each block you will get.

If you choose not to play games, you also have an option of buying racks and miners. You must have a rack to be able to purchase a miner. Miners are able to produce Gh/s for you automatically, and they don’t run out of time. However, miners cost satoshi (either the satoshi you mine, of if you choose to deposit satoshi / bitcoin). The miners available also only provider a much smaller amount of power than what the games provide. BUT the power that the miners produce does not expire!

Rollercoin buying virtual miners

How do I withdraw Bitcoin

To withdraw Bitcoin, you will need to go into your “wallet” in the game, you can provide your bitcoin address and submit a withdrawal request.

Before being able to withdraw out of the game, a user must first have reached the minimum withdrawal limit or 0.0001 BTC (or 10,000 Satoshi).

Withdrawing Tokens through RollerCoin

Withdrawals are checked and sent manually, so it usually takes up to 2 business days. Some times requests may take longer.


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What is a RollerToken?

The RollerCoin team are introducing a new cryptocurrency token (the Rollertoken) which will eventually be used in-game (but not currently). The token will be mineable inside the game, using the virtual mining machines.

The tokens will be used for transactions within the game and will fund the RollerCoin economy. The total RollerToken supply with be 21,000,000 RollerTokens (RLT).

What Can I do with a RollerToken

The RollerToken will allow you to pay electricity bills, purchase items and equipment through the marketplace, buy upgrades and bonuses, and even purchase adds within the game.

Rollertoken Crowdsale

To achieve these goals, the RollerCoin team are having a Crowdsale for the RollerToken (Crowdsales are a virtual equivalent of crowdfunding).

The first round of funding will have 2,000,000 coins offered.
The basic token price will be 0.00002 BTC per RollerToken. As it’s the first round of the Crowdsale, coins are sold at a 20% discount.

This means that for the first round:
1 RollerToken = 0.000016 BTC

As with many Crowdsales, there are rewards for investing. These rewards include:

  • Lifetime investor status (plus a special reward)
  • Limited miner(s)
  • Limited locations
  • Limited boosters and items
  • Brand merchandise
  • RollerCoin board of fame (with weblinks).

The Rollercoin Crowdlending Manifesto can be found here.

Crowdsale Timeline

The Crowdsale campaign started in October 2019. The following list is a planned timeline for future improvements and updated:

  • October 2019 – the Crowdsale campaign starts
  • December 2019 to February 2020 – 5 new minigames, rewards system upgrade, new items
  • February to April 2020 – Marketplace rollout, beta version of mobile application
  • April to June 2020 – 10 new min-games, marketplace for mini-games
  • June-August 2020 – Game scaling, ability to expand in-game space.

Rollercoin Upcoming Features (Future Plans)

The RollerCoin team have hinted at a few exciting updates over the next year, including:

  • multicurrency mining (i.e. the RollerToken)
  • 10 more mini-games
  • equipment upgrades (i.e. virtual miners), locations, bonuses and loot boxes
  • electricity
  • a marketplace for trading in-game items
  • updated network, including public profiles, chats, forums and social media integration
  • game location customisation – i.e. furnish your house and expand facilities
  • a mobile application
  • maps and game worlds – being able to invest in real estate, change locations, buy new buildings and even rent out those buildings.

Is RollerCoion Legit or a Scam?

Doing a Google search brings up a very divided opinion about where the game is a scam or not. From my experience, RollerCoin seems to be legit. There is no extra computer use while playing the game (a good sign that it’s not mining in the background)

Rollercoin Tips and Strategy

There are a few ways that you are able to generate the most points for your time spent. However, it comes down to the games that you are best at.

For example, I play a lot of the memory style game. I can usually earn ~1200 points within 30 seconds (i.e. half the time still on the timer). I would be able to complete two of the memory game (~3000pts) in the same time that I could finish one round of coinclick , flappy rocket, crypto hamster or cryptonoid (600-900 points).

What is also important to note, is that the more you play one game, the harder (and more points) that will be available the next time you play. To maximise points, you want to get this difficulty to the maximum as soon as possible.

This strategy is more efficient than playing 

One useful tip with the memory is to go through from top left to right, turning over each of the cards. As they show up, say the letter / name / a descriptive feature out aloud and move on.

Utilise the points and the games that you are best at.

Referral Program

As with most games, there is also a referral program. When joining from a referral link, the referrer will get a percentage of the combined income of each user that has been referred to the platform. The commission is calculated each day for activities on the previous day. The satoshi is transferred to your in-game balance.

RollerCoin Review

RollerCoin is a fun little game that can earn you a few satoshi here and there, however, it’s not going to make you a bitcoin overnight.

What I like about this game it is that the player is able to climb the ladder quickly. It doesn’t matter if you started last year or last week, you still have the same chance of getting into the top 1% in the game (I easily moved into the top 2% of players in the game within 24 hours of playing).

It’s much more efficient to gain Gh/s through the minigames, however, this only lasts for a certain time. That means that someone who has given up on the game drops down the leaderboard very quickly.

You can get caught up playing 500 minigames a day just to earn a couple of thousand satoshis – that’s less than $1 USD for your time. Not a great payback. However, if you invest your satoshi in the virtual miners, you should be able to double your satoshi every 7 years (assuming the token amount is always comparable to total pool power). This would then equate to a cool 10% a year in returns.

I am also really excited to see the new updates being released over the next year. It looks like they will bring a lot of new gameplay and experiences to the game. Having a few miners, or understanding of the game could be beneficial when all of the new updates roll in!

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Please note, nothing in this disclaimer or article is financial advice!
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