How to earn and accumulate Kin SPL using your smartphone free

by Johnson Daniel

Kin SPL is the fourth generation of the Kin cryptocurrency, which resides on the Solana blockchain. There are logically two known ways you can get cryptocurrencies, buy or participate in airdrops. Kin SPL is a cryptocurrency, and I’m going to show you how you can earn and accumulate this coin using your smartphone free of charge (Kin SPL is currently priced at $0.00008969 on Coinmarketcap).

The truth is, I’m not good when it comes to anything related to cryptocurrency so, if you’re a newbie like me, you should also understand what I’ll explain here.

Steps to earn and accumulate Kin SPL for free

Download, install and create a Multi-Coin wallet on the Trust Wallet app (Android & iOS). To create a Multi-Coin wallet, you have to:

  • Trust Wallet.
  • Accept Terms of Usage.
  • Save your Recovery Phrase.
  • Verify your Recovery Phrase.
  • The wallet is Ready.

Now that you have the wallet ready, tap the toggle sign on the top-right corner, search for ‘Kin’ and toggle on the one that has SPL underneath its name. If you can’t figure how to go about this, see this tutorial on how to add custom wallets on Trust Wallet.

Trust Wallet is not the only available wallet that you can use to send and receive Kin, since Kin has migrated to the Solana blockchain, not all wallets are working perfectly for use. You can create and use a Kin SPL wallet from any of these sites:

After completing this step, you should have a Kin SPL wallet available for you to access on your Trust Wallet account. Now, download PeerBet from your Google Play Store or Apple Store. So, why are you downloading this app?

PeerBet is a fun and free peer-to-peer social prediction game that puts you against other players on the latest sports, political and entertainment events. Winning bets will allow you to earn and spend Kin.

Launch the app, and register for an account. After completing the registration, you will get rewarded with free 50 Kin coins. Go back to your Trust Wallet app, copy the wallet address from the Kin SPL wallet, go back to the PeerBet app, tap the ’50 coins’ located at the top-right corner of the screen > My wallet > Send Kin > Enter the amount to send, your recipient address and tap ‘Send Kin.’ You should receive the amount of Kin SPL coins you sent from your PeerBet account.

How can I earn more Kin SPL coins?

  • Suggesting a topic: You get 2,000 Kin + 5% commission on all bets up to a maximum of 50 Kin per bet.
  • Refer a friend: You get 2,000 Kin + 10% commission on ads watched.
  • Loyalty bonus.
  • Achievements.
  • Watching ads.

For the PeerBet referral program, you need to ensure:

  1. Your friends use your referral link to install the app.
  2. Place 3 free bets.
  3. Use the app for at least 24 hours.

* Doing all of this would ensure you receive the referral bonus. 

Bets on PeerBet are just for fun, any profit you make from public bets can be spent within the app to enhance your enjoyment, but they cannot be exchanged for real money or gift cards. This is due to gambling regulations.

Before I conclude, I’d like to point out something. There is one more way to earn Kin for free on this app. That is by tapping on the coins located at the top-right corner > Earn Kin > Tap to collect 25 Kin.

With this, you will get 25 Kin for free and can get it every 30 minutes. All you have to do is to check the app after 30 minutes to claim the free 25 Kin.

That’s all I can share with you on the PeerBet app. I hope you can accumulate as many Kin as you can. If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the comment box below.

Leave a Comment


Olaoluwa November 21, 2021 - 3:57 pm

How many kin makes a dollar please.

Johnson Daniel November 21, 2021 - 4:19 pm

$0.0000896 at the moment.

Olukage November 21, 2021 - 5:44 pm

This is a link to the app:

lekinz December 4, 2021 - 2:31 am

I do earn kin from peer bet but now they don’t release kin for me anymore.

Johnson Daniel December 4, 2021 - 4:12 am

It seems the offer isn’t available anymore.


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