1 - TileID
Each tile in COIN has a unique ID. This is the unique ID for this specific Geoclaim area
2 - Days left in campaign
Each campaign lasts 7 days. This is how many days are left in the current campaign. Geoclaiming campaigns run from Monday-Sunday (UTC)
3 - Total Geoclaim Owners
You can share a Geoclaimed area with others! Here's the total number of owners in this Geoclaim area. The number includes you.
4 - Total Geoclaim Payout so far
This represents the total COIN that has been paid out to Geoclaim owners. Your percent ownership may not directly match a percent of those earnings. See 6 - Your total percent ownership of this tile to learn more.
5 - Your rank / comparison to the total Geoclaim Owners
This shows how you compare to other Geoclaim owners in the area.
6 - Your total percent ownership of this tile
Your ownership percentage determines what percent of people’s mines (inside that physical area) you receive. This means that if 10 people mine, each 10 times, there’s a total of 100 mines that occurred. This percentage shows how many of those 100 mines will be sent your way for 10% reward collection. Each mine made by a person in the Geoclaim area has a varied amount of COIN collected (no two tiles are the same!), so even if you and your friend split a Geoclaimed area 50% / 50%, it is very possible that you will not receive exactly 50% / 50% of the total amount earned in that area.
7 - The amount of COIN you contributed to the Geoclaim area
This is the amount of COIN you have spent to own this Geoclaim area. A higher spend means you'll have a bigger piece of the pie, but remember that if others spend more too, your percentage may increase, decrease, or stay the same.
8 - Your earned COIN
The amount of COIN you have earned so far.
9 - Learn more about the Geoclaim feature
Click this button to go to the Geoclaim page in the Help Center.
10 - Add 5 more COIN to this Geoclaim
This adds an additional 5 COIN to this specific Geoclaim area. You will not get this COIN back, and this number may change from week to week. A higher spend means you'll have a bigger piece of the pie, but remember that if others spend more too, your percentage may decrease, or stay the same.