Man explains why those tapping Tapswap are just wasting their precious time

  • A man has said those mining coins on Tapswap are merely wasting their precious time as they would not get any money
  • The man insists that money does not come that cheap and that Tapswap cannot be like Notcoin, a similar project
  • Some people who saw the post insisted that despite his discouraging comments, they will still continue mining on Tapswap

A Nigerian man has said mining coins on Tapswap is nothing but a waste of precious time.

He made a post on Facebook, giving reasons why nothing good would come out of the viral Telegram coin mining app.

A Nigerian man said nothing would come out of Tapswap.Nigerian man said Tapswap is a waste of time. Photo credit: Getty Images/Tim Roberts, X/Tapswap and Bloomberg. Man’s photo used for illustration only.Source: UGC

According to Ayegba Moses, Nigerians are just wasting time that would have been put to other productive use.

Ayegba said the fact that people all know about Tapswap and are doing it at the same time means it would not work.

Also, Ayegba noted that there would be no second Notcoin and that Tapswap may be different.

He said many people cannot just get rich at the same time and leave the trenches through Tapswap.

His words:

“Reasons why TAPSWAP is a waste of precious time: The fact that you all know about it, you are all doing it, and there is no second Notcoin. The devil will not sit back and watch everyone leave the trenches at the same time.”

However, Fox Nigeria spoke to Fidelis Ozuwala, a knowledgeable cryptocurrency expert at Waptutors, and he strongly disagreed with Ayegba.

His words:

“From his assertion, you can see he’s speaking from a place of zero knowledge. Zero provable points.”

Facebook reactions

Shaibu Philomena said:

“We go still tap.”

Mahmud Yakubu said:

“You are right bro.”

Atabo Lovelyn Tina said:

“Make we continue dey tap dey go.”

Is Tapswap real?

Meanwhile, a Nigerian lady said she decided to start coin mining on Tapswap so that she would benefit if it paid participants.

Ose Sweet said when Notcoin started, people rushed to mine coins on the app, but she refused to participate.

According to her, Notcoin later paid some people she knew, noting that someone made N368,000 from it.

Source: Fox Nigeria

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