How to Convert Your Points Into Free Minecraft Coins in PayPrizes - 2019

Posted by Robert Wadra on September 27th, 2019

PayPrizes provides a unique and easy way to get free Minecraft Coins emailed to you. You'll be able to earn points by completing offers such as submitting your email address for a company's newsletter or filling out a survey. These points can be exchanged for prizes, such as Google Play codes or iTunes codes - to buy Minecraft coins!

Minecraft players (like you!) are using their amazing creative brains to concoct incredible new ways to play on mobile, Xbox One, Windows 10 PCs, and Nintendo Switch. From community-made skins and textures to hand-crafted worlds and epic adventures, you can find it all on Minecraft Marketplace.

How long will it take?

Our offers are very easy to complete and within an hour you might be able to earn enough points to get your free code. This is particularly the case if you live in the United States or Europe, where there are plenty of great offers available.

Will I be asked to download anything or submit my credit card?

We screen our offers carefully to make sure that we work with the most respectable advertisers. It's best to pick the offers that you feel comfortable with.

The Minecraft Marketplace is a curated place for users to buy and sell their best creations! Get free access to unique maps, skins and texture packs from your favorite creators, by earning points with PayPrizes.

Minecraft coins can be redeemed in the Minecraft Marketplace. our codes are always totally fresh, so you won't need to worry about them being already claimed by the time you receive them. If you ever encounter any problems or have a question feel free to contact our support team using the live chat box, shown in the bottom right of our website.

How It Works Using the Marketplace is Easy?

  1. Get Minecoins from the in-game store
  2. Explore the ever-growing catalog in the in-game store
  3. Exchange your Minecoins for your favorite creations
  4. Have fun! Really, that’s all there is to it.

On Which Devices Are Minecraft Marketplace Available?

Minecraft Marketplace is available on any device running the Bedrock version of Minecraft (any version of Minecraft that doesn’t have “Edition” in the name). These include:

Note Xbox 360, Windows Phone 8, PlayStation, Wii U, and Apple TV don’t currently support Minecraft Marketplace.

  1. Windows 10
  2. Windows 10 Phone
  3. iOS (iPhone and iPad)
  4. Android
  5. Amazon Kindle Fire
  6. Amazon Fire TV
  7. Gear VR
  8. Oculus Rift
  9. Windows Mixed Reality
  10. Xbox One
  11. Nintendo Switch

Minecraft Marketplace gives fan creators a way to make money.

Minecraft fans have another surprise coming in the highly anticipated Discovery Update: the Minecraft Marketplace. The new in-game store will give Windows 10 and Pocket Edition players access to an assortment of digital goods created by and for members of the Minecraft community. It won't replace the existing in-app purchases offered by Microsoft; it supplements them.

In fact, those in-app purchases paved the way for this latest evolution. When the mobile game received its first paid add-ons skin packs two years ago, it wasn't even possible to play as Alex, the default female avatar; only Steve was available.

When we released the feature to [let players] upload a custom skin, we also said let's add some premium content, said John Thornton, executive producer for Minecraft Realms.

It was a successful move that led to subsequent content drops: more skin packs, followed by texture packs and starting in late 2016  world packs. We felt like the Pocket Edition was an opportunity to get players content because it's really hard to get any unique content on Pocket Edition, Thornton said.

While Minecraft Marketplace will be available to players on Windows 10 Edition, Oculus (which uses the Windows 10 release), and mobile devices, it's the latter group that stands to benefit the most. Where PC players have easy ways to find and install free mods, Pocket Edition players are stuck with what's sold in-app.

That's why the Minecraft team is placing a heavy emphasis on content curation. With only nine community creators in the Marketplace when it launches  Sphax, Blockception, Blockworks, Eneija Silverleaf, Imagiverse, Noxcrew, Polymaps, Qwertyuiopthepie, and Razzleberry Fox it's easier to ensure a certain level of quality across all releases.

Instead of relying on real money, the new online store uses its own currency  Minecraft Coins that players can buy in packs of 300 (for .99), 840 (for .99), and 1,720 (for .99). All currency and purchases carry across all versions of Minecraft that include Marketplace.

Using a custom form of currency like Minecraft Coins comes with some advantages. On the player side, it gives the Marketplace team more flexibility to set prices that fall outside of standard app store pricing denominations: --content--.99, .99, .99, etc. It also lets creators set their own prices on whatever they're selling.

We want to have more flexibility, [such as] giving away things for zero Coins which isn't even possible on some of the app stores we work with, Thornton said. By decoupling from in-app purchases and going to a coin system, we have a lot of flexibility in how we choose to price things and we can change the prices quickly.

On the creator side, Minecraft Coins makes it easier for those providing the content to see how their income breaks down. Turning builders into businesses is one of the goals with Marketplace, and transparency is essential for creating trust in these relationships.

We share in all the revenue with them and we wanted a system that was really easy for us to go through and track, Thornton explained. What had been sold, how much it had been sold for, and how to pay them out fairly in a way that was accountable and auditable.

Since every app store operates differently, a coin-based system just made more sense. A 30 percent cut of every sale goes to the app store in question this is an industry-standard and the lion's share of what's left goes to the creators.

Minecraft needs to take some cut on this because we have a big team of people doing the curation, we have a big team of people building the store, we have servers that we're running 24 hours a day to serve all this content. There are real costs of goods associated with every creator we bring into the program.

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