by R.A. Rowell
Is this bitcoin mining game just another waste of time and clever Ponzi scheme?
Do NOT bother with this bitcoin mining game, as it looks like yet another waste of time. As the old saying goes, if it seems too good to be true, it likely is.
There have been plenty of bitcoin mining games over the years. Many of them take so long to mine anything worth even withdrawing. Some never pay at all. But in the case of RollerCoin, there seems to finally an easy and fun legitimate way to earn bitcoin - or is there?
After reading a RollerCoin Review from The Pathetic Company, it seemed like it was. But, it may take a long, long time to passively mine 1 bitcoin a month (which is several thousand dollars by the way), who says you have to? Sure, the games are fun and easy, and they are adding more all the time. You could invest in mining machines to increase your passive earnings, but you don’t actually have to if you win a few games every day. You can do all this for free. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it?
My thinking was even if you just earn a few dollars a month worth of BitCoin from playing some mindless games, it’s probably worth it. But, besides the fact that it looks legit, I didn't find payment proofs anywhere after awhile. That led me to stop supporting it. I've now seen a few people calling it a clever Ponzi scheme to sell a token called RollerToken. At first, it seemed OK, but I'm now very hesitant to support it. So, I am no longer supporting this until I see proof that this venture is in fact legitimate.
Again: Do NOT bother with this bitcoin mining game, as it looks like yet another waste of time.
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R.A. Rowell is a collectibles enthusiast who comes from a long history of collecting trading cards in both sports and in Trading Card Games. He is passionate about educating the world about the future promise and benefits of digital collectibles, both on the blockchain and off.