Review: Is My Solid Coin Legit or a Scam?

Ah yes, My Solid Coin, “the most paying faucet EVER”. Certainly an enticing page. It looks great, feels professional, and it’s easy to use.

So the premise is that you can claim up to 1500 satoshi for free every 5 hours, and then you can purchase treasure upgrades to multiply this many times.

But can you trust it? I was hoping so, because they had payment proofs, forums, support and all that jazz. I did notice a few suspicious things (red flags), like selling referrals and a very high withdrawal fee unless you bought an upgrade. I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt and try it out anyway

I started promoting it and saw my referral rates go up, and I was very excited about the whole thing. In hindsight, I should have trusted my gut telling me it probably was too good to be true, but I was blinded by greed!

I was planning on reaching 200k satoshi and get my first upgrade before withdrawing, because that would reduce the fee. But at 180k I decided to try a withdraw just to test for myself.

Then I was met with this:

So I was now convinced it was a scam, and took down any links I had to the page. But since I was so close to a new upgrade, I tried to contact support and check out forums for help, in  a last ditch effort to get something out of it.

Then I noticed the forums had disabled posting, and support never answered my tickets.

When I reached 200k I upgraded to the next treasure, then upon reaching 120k I tried another withdrawal, same error! Notice 2 gold coins rather than 1;

Verdict: STAY AWAY!!

I am sorry to everyone who joined mysolidcoin via my link, and especially those who made a deposit, and will try to be more critical with what I promote in the future! I will at the very least put a warning on sites I am unsure about.

Click here for my list of faucets that definitely pay me!

If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below!

19 thoughts on “Review: Is My Solid Coin Legit or a Scam?

      1. Can’t something be done about them. This is the second time this happened to me . I’m about to give up on bitcoin altogether I’ve been promoting it to everyone I know with the little that I do know and have been rauted x2.

    1. Thks for ur review info:
      Yes, if u r in the 1 Gold Coin free package like me and having reached a Balance of Sathosis 250,000
      intending to withdraw that minus fee of Sathosis 50,000 thus expecting to receive Sathosis 200,000;

      prompt Notifcation appears that u should first upgrade before being allowed to withdraw from ur Balance available.

      Minimum upgrade to 2 Gold Coin Treasure would cost u 0.002 btc which is about 200,000 Sathosis and by depositing this u would think to play even.

      But as reviewed, they will not pay u the Sathosis 200,000 if u make this request and once again Notification appeats that u should first Upgrade.

      Definitely Scam.
      Tnks

    1. Same mate I read a lot of reviews and the withdrawals people had supposedly made to get the majic treasure i put around $60 in on top of the 180000 sats I had earned already to upgrade a couple ahead and was going to withdraw on 100000 profit and now I can’t even get the website online. Can anyone tell me if they have had the same trouble please. I am not working at the mo. so I put all my earnings from faucet I had been claiming for a whole year and when I withdraw this amount invest some of it to try earn more but leave some for hold. I’m shattered.

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    1. Thank you! 🙂 I know that information is often hidden behind payments, such as e-books, “one time offers”, or subscription fees. I don’t intend on doing that with this blog. I dabbled in trying to sell people on other mlm programs in the past, and drop-shipping, but it didn’t feel right. Besides, although I don’t lead with it, I think everyone knows that faucets will never make you rich! :p Used right, they can give a nice little bonus income, and that’s what I want to focus on for now.

  2. Can’t something be done about them. This is the second time this happened to me . I’m about to give up on bitcoin altogether I’ve been promoting it to everyone I know with the little that I do know and have been rauted x2.

    1. I’m sorry to hear that! 🙁 Unfortunately there is nothing to be done with bitcoin scams at this time. A friend warned me about legal reasons to not directly call other sites a scam, but I can pretty much guarantee that mysolidcoin will never pay anyone again, and it’s probably down for good. I wish I could give you some magic tips on making this better, but I’m sure you know by now that there is no such thing as easy money (unless you win some lottery). I understand the wanting to give up, and I can’t tell you if crypto is the right fit for you, but as harsh as it feels, it can be a good lesson! Try to look at it as just a mistake that you learned something from, happens to everyone! Ask anyone who is successful, and they will most likely tell you they have made plenty of mistakes along the way!

      If you have been claiming from faucets for a year, then you probably know what to expect from those, so I won’t try to sell you on that. :p

      Personally I have lost thousands of dollars to different types of MLM and other “courses” basically teaching you how to trick other people to join some pyramid scheme disguised as something else. So when I went into bitcoin, I was determined not to spend anything I couldn’t afford to lose, and that is the best tip I can give anyone. It’s kinda like gambling, so if you do get tempted enough to invest, NEVER invest on credit or more than you can afford to lose – consider the money lost, and just be happy if you do come out on top! And when it comes to investing Bitcoin or crypto in particular, stay away from any type of mining/cloud mining deals, or anything that promises big returns (do a little googling on HYIP).

      Just my opinion!

      Good luck with whatever you decide to do! 🙂

  3. I agree with your review of mysolidcoun.com completely. I didn’t “earn” much satoshi as I found the site to be confusing and too busy. What I did do, quite stupidly, is click on x2free.com (I see a banner in the photo you added in your review). I thought about it, went back to it a few times, then decided to trust this program that claimed it would double your bitcoin investment in 100 hours. WRONG! 0.003BTC ($35) gone! The site was taken down in early September. I guess anyone with a little knowledge can build a fraudulent website and make it appear legit. BEWARE!

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