Why Do You Love DLive?

Twitch, YouTube or Mixer.

With so many streaming services out there, why do you love DLive?

Easy, they pay me for WATCHING my favourite streamers!

What’s more, I can ‘lock in’ my ‘earnings’ to receive an extra passive income because DLive uses a blockchain business model that allows everyone to prosper.

After 3 months of research, this is my story, streaming on https://dlive.tv/Teacher_Steve

What Makes DLive Different?

When you stream live on platforms such as Twitch, YouTube or Mixer, most of the profits go directly to those big corporations, not the content creators.

DLive.tv disrupted the gaming world when it became the first decentralized live video streaming platform. It has the largest live streaming community using blockchain technology and rewards its viewers with LINO cryptocurrency.

You can collect LINO simply by watching your favourite gamer and other streamers. Speed up the collection rate (once per minute to stop spamming) by typing in the chat box. When the yellow bar fills up, you can click on the treasure chest (bottom center of the viewing screen) to claim your LINO reward. You can easily collect 5-10 Lino per hour.

Locked in LINO – Passive Income Explained

Viewers can donate LINO in the form of lemons, ice-creams, diamonds and ninjaghinis.

A Lemon = 1 LINO (about 1.2 cents)

Ice-cream = 10 lemons (about 12 cents)

Diamond = 100 lemons (about $1.20)

Ninjaghini = 1000 lemons (about $12)

Smile as your heroes thank YOU for the DOE-DOE-DO-NA-TIONS!!

But the best part is that DLive doesn’t force anyone to watch adverts because there are no ads on the DLive site.

https://dlive.tv/Teacher_Steve

Verified & Global Partners

Streamers who have 200 followers and 2000 ‘locked in’ LINO can apply to become a Verified Partner – opening up channel subscriptions and a referral scheme.

You can see my progress and follow me at https://dlive.tv/Teacher_Steve

Conclusions

DLive is a cross between Twitch and YouTube – many famous streamers are moving to this new people powered platform daily.

DLive is using revolutionary blockchain technology to disrupt the streaming industry – rewarding viewers and bringing them closer to content creators.

It’s like a POS (proof of stake) reward system – encouraging the DLive community to grow and prosper together.

Try it FREE https://dlive.tv/Teacher_Steve and please remember to leave a comment to tell us what you think.

Play in the Halloween Haunted House

Halloween or Hallowe’en is a contraction of Hallows’ Evening and is celebrated on the 31st of October every year.

Traditional activities include carving pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns, dressing up in Halloween costumes and going trick or treating.

Halloween is a fun time for telling scary stories, watching horror films and visiting haunted attractions.

This year English Teacher Online invites Rust fanatics to play in the Halloween Haunted House created by Dippy on the XP Coin Rust Server.

What does Trick or Treat Mean?

Trick-or-treating is when children dress up and go house to house, asking for treats such as candy with the question, “Trick or treat?”

The word “trick” implies a “threat” of mischief on the homeowners if no treat is given.

What Costume Can I Wear?

There are many popular Halloween costumes such as vampires, monsters, ghosts, skeletons, witches, and devils.

Nowadays, many younger children prefer to dress up as popular movie characters, superheroes or princesses.

What Games Can I Play?

One common game is apple bobbing in which apples float in a large basin of water and the player must use only their teeth (no hands) to remove an apple from the container.

Another traditional game involves hanging up syrup-coated scones or biscuits on strings. Players must eat the swinging treats, without using their hands, from the string.

Ghost Stories

Telling ghost stories and watching horror films are popular activities at Halloween parties. New horror films are often released just before Halloween to take advantage of the holiday and television specials with a Halloween theme are also very common.

 

So what’s your favourite Halloween activity or costume? Please share your ideas in the comment section and Happy Halloween!

Trusting XP Coin to Pay For My Game Time

It’s been 6 months since English Teacher Online started streaming live on Twitch, trusting XP Coin to pay for my game time in the brutal yet beautiful world that is Rust.

In that time, I’ve attracted nearly 400 followers and spoken with a number of key players. I’ve also been promoted to Content Creator in a number of Discord groups and collaborated with fellow streamers.

Meanwhile XP Coin has been focusing on integration, paying gamers for their time by inviting people like you and me to sign up through their rewards.xpcoin.io website.

My XP Coin Research Story

Since March 2018, I’ve earned over 100,000 XP Coins playing on the XP Coin Rust server. I’ve steadfastly watched a bear market in which the price of XP Coin has fluctuated between $0.0003 and $0.000017 – far below its peak of $0.005, hit during the last cryptocurrency bull run of January 2018.

That’s because I’m a HODL or HOLDER who believes in community and I’ll only cash out a percentage of my earnings when the price is right!

As we wait for another end of year bull run, I thought it would be interesting to calculate just how much money I may have earned so far?

Blog post price of $0.000025 x 100,000 = $2.50

January 2018 peak of $0.005 x 100k = $500

x1000 fantasy bull run projection of 2.5 cents = $2,500

Today’s current price of 1 XP Coin is … 

Why Would There Be Another Bull Run?

Looking at the charts, we can see trends, patterns or opposing forces at work in the market. Each bull run is preceded by a triple or 4 times bear market as spiraling pessimism proves the doubters correct.

But for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, as the saying goes, and the signs suggest that another bull run (optimism) is about to happen just as big institutional money enters the market. And because the XP Coin price is pegged to Bitcoin, we should see at least moderate to substantial gains by late 2018 – early 2019.

I’ve never bought any XP Coin with my own money and always played on their server assuming that I wouldn’t see a dime. Yet at the time of writing this blog I have $2.50 in my XP Coin wallet. Real money for doing what I love doing in my free time, role playing, building, raiding and surviving in the brutal yet beautiful world of Rust.

I also have some XP Coin sitting in a staking pool making more XP Coin!

I don’t know what the price will be in January 2019 but I’m preparing to cash out 20% of my XP Coin next time the bull run’s high. There’s still 3 months to get in the game! 

It’s A No-Brainer

You play Rust anyway and you don’t need to spend a penny. Simply join me on the XP Coin Rust server and earn some XP Coin of your own. See what happens with the next bull run. You could make a dollar, $100 or more.

In 3 months you can decide whether to cash out and exchange your XP for LTC or DOGE – or keep earning, building a nice little college fund or house deposit.

It’s a no-brainer because you’re going to play Rust anyway!

Useful Vocabulary

Bear Market – A condition in which security, stock or cryptocurrency prices fall and widespread pessimism causes the downward spiral to be self-sustaining. Investors anticipate losses as pessimism and selling increases.

Bull Run (Bullrun) – A period of optimism, investor confidence and expectations that strong results should continue. Greed encourages speculators to hold on for impossible profits instead of cashing out before the next inevitable crash.

Cryptographic Technology Explained

See my original post from March 2018.

DISCLAIMER: I’m not a financial advisor or time traveler and I don’t have a crystal ball so always do your own research please.

XPCoin May 2018 Update

This week English Teacher Online got an exclusive XPCoin May 2018 update and off-road map from DigiWarFare, the XPCoin developer and executive responsible for writing computer code that allows me to earn XPCoins playing Rust!

He explained that XPCoin was rebranded last year and is making great strides forward without the usual cash boost an ICO brings. Despite this major financial hurdle, XPCoin has obtained investment from within the gaming community. It has more than 20 VPS (Virtual Private Servers), and a vast staff dedicated in their quest to monetize computer gaming and integrate it into the mainstream 21st century economy.

 

Integration was the theme of our interview as Digi explained the 3 step process needed to get independent game developers onboard using XPCoin. We also discussed the role of XPCoin investors versus consumers, and a no holds barred appraisal of those who would disrupt his organization in their pursuit of a quick buck.

Digi has logged over 2000 hours playing Rust and I could tell that it has a special place in his game playing heart. Despite it’s ruthless and salty reputation (built up over many years in Beta), Rust has so much potential. As a social experiment, Rust gives psychologists ongoing insights into role playing minds that you just don’t get from other games.

It’s no surprise then that Digi made Rust a top priority when it came to paying gamers for their time. That’s why I was one of the first to sign up to ladder.xpcoin.io and start earning XPCoins. As promised, here is a screenshot showing latest payments into my XPCoin Wallet.

XPCoin Ladder Payment

Digi also explained how Rust events (that run around the clock) are designed to help the community grow. Economy points are paid to event winners and losers alike, so there’s even more incentive to improve your combat skills in game.

The XPCoin Rust server only has 200 slots and Digi is keen to “stress test” having that many players all earning XPCoins at the same time – I don’t have a crystal ball but I do prophesize that this server will be full very soon!

Digi is now off to monetize 7 days to Die, but he will still be tracking Rust through his admin panel and listening closely to Gabriel in the XPCoin Rust admin team.

 

It certainly is an exciting time to be part of the XPCoin Crypto-Gaming space and I am very grateful to DigiWarFare for sharing his vision for May, 2018 and beyond exclusively with English Teacher Online. Please comment, like, share, follow or subscribe to show your support.

Sign up here to earn money playing computer games such as Rust, 7 Days to Die or Minecraft.

Find all the latest official XPCoin news.

Role Play on XP Coin Rust Server

Sheriff, shopkeeper, pirate and farmer are good examples of “roles” you can “play” within the world of Rust.

Join us and Role Play on XP Coin Rust Server with English Teacher Online.

Roleplaying (RP) adds extra spice into the game because PvP does not mean kill on sight (KOS), unless you are in a war situation.

Role players engage in conversation first, working out if the other player is friendly or not. Usually a 20 second conversation is the minimum amount of time needed to play out a scenario.

 

Town Rules & Role Play

Most role players are interested in building a town with people they play with on a regular basis. Large towns may be home to a number of different clans who each have their own clan rules. These towns also need a set of town rules and a sheriff to help keep law and order. Trials may be needed and punishments for crimes such as KOS may include exile from the town or even worse!

Conflict Resolution Events

Don’t let conflicts get out of hand. Good role players use these incidents as opportunities to host conflict resolution events in or outside of town.

Outside Town Events

Event Idea 1, Rocket Siege: Set an amount of preparation time (24 hours) to build 2 towers within rocket distance from each other, and announce the event time to be streamed live by a judge, sheriff or admin.

Event Idea 2. As 1 above but with 2 teams of 5-10 players. Adjust the preparation time as required.

Inside Town Events

Event Idea 3, Melee dual: Build a cage/arena and fight to the death. Make it a best out of 5 (first to 3) if you wish.

Event Idea 4: As 3 above but with up to 10 players in a cage/arena!

Setting firm rules and resolution events can help your RP server thrive BUT without rules, towns often descend into chaos.

Role Playing as a Bandit

Saying “You are going to die” is not RP and is considered KOS.

To role play a bandit you should say something like “Give me all of your stuff or I will kill you.” You must give your victim a chance to comply, MINIMUM 20 seconds, and if you start counting down you MUST finish the countdown to zero!

If your target is running you must declare a robbery – telling them to “Stop” or saying “I want to speak to you” is NOT enough. You must also give them enough time to stop or respond so make sure you are in audio range before attacking.

You CAN’T just say “Robbery” and murder them. They must either; (1) refuse, (2) attack you, or (3) try to run. Then you may engage in combat.

If they DO give you stuff and you attempt to kill them after, then that is KOS.

Personal Protection Rule for Role Players

If you approach someone or their base and they say “Don’t come any closer or I’ll shoot you” you must attempt to get away. If you continue to follow them or do not leave their base, they are free to engage you after the 20 second rule.

If they threaten your life first, you are free to engage them upon a threat of death (I’ll kill you/shoot you).

Witness to a Raid or Banditry

If you witness any form of aggression, such as raiding or banditry, then you are free to engage in combat.

If you are raiding, it doesn’t give you permission to shoot a passer-by wandering through that area.

If they are coming directly towards the base you’re raiding with their weapons drawn, then you may engage.

If they running by the base you’re raiding and not directly towards it, then you cannot engage without further role play!

If they are hanging around the area but not coming close, you must ask them to leave before firing a warning shot.

If you run into a raid/war zone, then this is not permission to be killed, but be warned. If you get too close during a fight you may get shot.  If you do not want to be killed, stay out of active raid zones.

Self Defense Rule

If you are being robbed, you may defend yourself and kill your aggressor after 20 seconds or within the 20 seconds if you verbally react to the robbery. This also applies to being raided.

Going AFK and being unable to respond to role play is NOT considered KOS.

Community Rules

Different towns and servers will have different rules and punishments. It’s up to each community to work it out for themselves. There may be squabbles and fights but a lot of fun to be had when you Role Play on XP Coin Rust Server.

Please leave a comment here, follow my streams live on Twitch or email: Steve@EnglishTeacherOnline.Org if you need any advice with role playing.