'Pokemon Go' Update: How To Get 'Poke Coins' In The Latest Update Revealed
"Pokémon Go Coins" is the game's premium currency to buy new items in the game. Hence, some fans can get from regular play and others such as permanent upgrade which excluded from the shop.
How To Get "Poke Coins" In The Latest Update Revealed
There are two ways to get "PokéCoins". Forbes reported that one is through paying real-world money or the means of which the game is monetized and the other is by interacting with Gyms.
To get the "PokéCoins" without paying real-world money, players must interact with Gyms, which are available from Trainer level 5. These are towering, spinning monuments and not to be confused with regular PokéStops that can be taken over by one of the game's three Teams and must defend it by placing Pokémon inside, according to Euro Gamer.
This is how Coins work following the 2017 Gym rework. For every 10 minutes you have a Pokémon in the Gym, the players will gain 1 PokéCoin.
Player's earnings will be delivered to them automatically when the Pokémon has been removed from the Gym. There is a cap of 50 Coins per day that the players can receive across all Pokémon and Gyms.
This is different to how Gyms worked in the game's first year, where placing a Pokémon in a Gym would get you a flat rate of 10 Coins per creature with a 21 hour cool down period. Whenever the players cash out in the gym, they can now easily earn 50 PokéCoins in the same period.
However, if players Pokémon has been in a Gym for several days. It accuses more than 50 coins, they will only provide 50 coins in total when they come back to the.
It also means that, if another Pokémon comes back to the players on that same day, they won't receive any more Coins as they have already hit the cap for that day. As such, it is probably better to have players Pokémon return from Gyms on a regular, staggered basis, rather than over long periods and all at once to maximize their gains.
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