Trainers, a new way to earn
Pokécoins is concerning Pokemon GO! Prior to you get too delighted this new technique is being rolled out and tested in a particular location only in the beginning … Australia! Pokécoin Changes At the time of writing the only way to earn Pokécoins is to defend Gyms.
Due to the current international Pandemic Niantic have actually been increasing the number of functions in game to help Trainers play at home and stay safe. As an addition to the video game modifications made just recently, Niantic will be permitting Trainers to make Pokécoins while playing in one place. Moving forward Trainers will be able to make Pokécoins for activities beside protecting Gyms. As discussed this update will be evaluated first with Trainers in Australia before being rolled out to all Trainers after this screening and feedback phase.
Increased ways to make Pokécoins
To balance this new way of making Pokécoins there will be a reduction to the number of coins made from safeguarding health clubs- this will be from six per hour to two. There will be however an increase in the number of Pokécoins Trainers can make in a day to 55 coins!
Some of the day-to-day activities Trainers will have the ability to complete to earn Pokécoins are noted below:
Due to the existing global Pandemic Niantic have actually been increasing the number of functions in video game to help Trainers play at house and stay safe. As an addition to the game changes made recently, Niantic will be allowing Trainers to earn Pokécoins while playing in one place. Moving forward Trainers will be able to make Pokécoins for activities beside safeguarding Gyms. Both GOHub Mom and Real life Mom.
- Make an Excellent Throw
- Make a Great Throw
- Develop a Pokémon
- Use a Berry to help catch a Pokémon
- Take a photo of your friend
- Make a Nice Throw
- Catch a Pokémon
- Transfer a Pokémon
- Win a raid
We believe you will agree this is another terrific change to the game by Niantic! As always please understand your surroundings, follow standards set by your regional health authority and stay safe!