Don't have money to invest in and want to increase your card collection? See how!

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Don't have money to invest in and want to increase your card collection? See how!


Most players who start playing are discouraged as they have little to invest, and progress is very slow using only the level 1 starter cards that Spellbook brings.


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I had said that the best way to grow would be to play Novice League tournaments, and this is one of the reasons why I started creating and sponsoring with the help of friends, tournaments in this format.


Yes, this is a good path, but I can indicate an even better one: Create and post content about the game on the Hive Blockchain social network.

The vast majority of new players are unaware of this possibility, which may seem a little complicated at first, but then it becomes very simple.

Many friends just started playing, but soon discovered a fascinating universe of new possibilities and realized that they could raise more money (at least in the beginning) in this way.

I explain: By participating in the weekly challenges prepared by the Splinterlands team where you publish content about the game, you can receive upvotes from the official account twice a week which generates several dollars in crypto HIVE profit.

For this, the first thing you need to know and do is:

1 - Request and manage your Hive Blockchain keys.

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In this part, the Request Keys option will appear and you will receive your keys in the email you used to register for the game.


Managing keys correctly and securely may not be so simple, to learn more read here:

Hive Wiki - Hive Keys Management

2 - Access and use the Hive Blockchain social blogging network

With the same Login name and Posting Key as the game, you can start using the Hive social network, the most popular interface option is Peakd:


https://peakd.com/
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3 - Read, and participate (following the rules) in this post:

Splinterlands Social Media Challenge!

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Don't forget that every week has a new challenge, so in a few days when this post is more than 7 days old, you should look for the new Social Media Challenge to participate.

Create something amazing!

Doing a good job, your gains can be catapulted by receiving not only the upvotes guaranteed by the official curation team but from many other members of the community that is so wonderful and supports all enthusiasts of Splinterlands.

Done! Now just wait for $ dripping on your Hive Wallet, keep saving until you add the necessary amount, and then buy new cards. That's what I do.


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Images: @splinterlands and @peakd



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Good tip, I want to see if at some point I enter this world of blockchain gaming.

Hi @cryptoxicate! Thanks for commenting. Be welcome! Stay in Splinterlands that is light years ahead of other blockchain games. :D

The whole world of blockchain gaming will be waiting for you
blockchain gaming discord
https://discord.gg/t3yEnRmqf7

:)

Thank you buddy!

Very nice! I just joined too. Thanks. :D

Great advice! I would like to add that when posting Splinterlands content they should also use the #spt tag.

Hi @gregory-f! Good hint! To win SPT tokens! Thanks :D

Great write up, will try my hand at this to boost my collection.

@fwxiii Welcome! It's really worth it, you can bet.

good article, i was struggling to do this when i started. i did some good 2 hours of research until i understood what is with all these keys in hive. :)

Yeah, It looks pretty complicated at first, but in general you just need to keep your keys and use Active Key from time to time, for example to buy cards. Thanks for commenting.

The ability to earn crypto by discussing the game and then being able to buy booster packs with it is so cool! Feels great to be able to start building a collection without paying all out of pocket.

@quixoticflux Yeah! You can also rent cards at peakmonsters with these HIVE coins, probably the most cost-effective way, as it is possible to rent large collections for a few cents.

Wao! Thanks for sharing this

@heskay Welcome !

Thanks for this explanation, gonna try and join the challenge. probably next week :-)

@riandeuk Nice! I'm happy to help,