Pi Network: Mine on your phone

posted September 03, 2021 at 07:40 pm
By Lyka Jazmin Dela Cruz

Pi Network, which aims to provide an accessible crypto mining for digital currencies, joins the bandwagon of earning websites and applications as users continue to prove the legitimacy of the website and how easy it can be used. 

Over the past few months, earning websites and applications gained popularity among users as it provides easier access to earn money amid pandemic. 

Usually, applications involving games are the ones where you can earn money, and this is where Pi Network differs from these websites and applications, because in Pi Network, no activity will be made in order to continue the mining of digital currencies. 

How does Pi Network work?

Pi Network, just like any other application, needs to be installed on your smart phone in order to use it. Unlike other applications, though, you no longer need to play games or listen to music or read articles to continue mining your digital currencies. 

In Pi Network, you can continue mining by just simply opening the application and clicking the button with an energy sign. Once you click the sign, you can see how many pi you can earn per hour. 

Currently, Pi Network Coins’ value is $0.009, but the more you mine, the more you can cash out. You can easily transfer your pi network coins to online banks with a proof of transaction which will make you feel secure once a transaction is done. 

However, although some users find this application legit since no money will be spent once you sign up, other users also testify that mining of digital currencies in this application seems to be longer than other applications. Some say despite years of using this application, they still can’t mine higher than the regular rates.

Topics: Pi Network , Pi Network Coins , crypto mining , Digital currencies
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