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Pokémon GO: How to get PokéCoins

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2019-12-30 12:18:33


Today we bring to you a Pokémon GO guide where we will teach you how to get PokéCoins

  The first thing we should know in Pokémon GO is that PokéCoins are currencies, which are used for the purchase of items in the store, because in this place there are a variety of important elements that we can acquire, but for this we will also have to have access to PokéStops, This is necessary when we want to buy more than 1 item, and our goal is to find two ways to get PokéCoins, because one way is to get them when defending a gym and the other is to buy them with real-world money, one way or another we must get them to use it, here is the importance of knowing how to get PokéCoins.

How to get PokéCoins in the Gyms in Pokémon GO?


 In Pokémon GO there are two ways to know how to get PokéCoins, one of them is in the gyms, it is important to know that each gym has slots for 6 Pokemon defenders, and only one of each Pokemon has the possibility to defend it, therefore it is relevant to have a good amount of defenders, that are varied, because we can only have one Pokemon in our gym at the same time, because this is a way to get the PokéCoins without having to pay for them, because just by defending our Pokemon we can acquire a currency for every 10 minutes, and getting 50 that is the maximum per day, it is good to know that we have the option of placing up to one Pokemon in at least 20 gyms, only that we are limited to receiving a certain amount of PokéCoins per day, these coins we receive when Our Pokemon returns to us, for any of these 2 reasons, on the one hand it may be because a coach has defeated us in the gym or for having exhausted the motivation.

 A very important detail to consider here is that the longer you defend your Pokemon, the more likely you will lose motivation for the gym, so that you can return to us and in this way bring us the PokéCoins you have won, as our Pokemon should not necessarily fight, and the motivation is increased by feeding it with berries, it is good to know that if our Pokemon returns before the deadline per day, we have the option of placing another Pokemon in the gym or simply the same in a different gym in such a way that we can earn more coins, this being an interesting way to know how to get PokéCoins.

 The time that a Pokemon lasts in the gym is three days, you only have the possibility of getting 50 PokéCoins, even if we are 3 days in the gym we will not get 150, even if you have other Pokemon in which they return on the same day, We also have the option of returning to us with 50 coins in Pokemon GO.



How to get PokéCoins with real-world money in Pokemon GO?


 

 The second option to get the PokéCoins is to buy them with real money, the price per currency changes according to the amount we buy, because the cost tends to vary according to the amount, since additional coins have been included when buying some more packages large, the exchange rate of a PokéCoin is $ 01 = 1 PokéCoin.

 

What are the costs of the PokéCoins in Pokémon GO?


 

  •  $ 99.99- 14500 PokeCoins (4500 pokecoins)
  • $ 39.99 - 5200 PokéCoins (1200 PokéCoins)
  • $ 19.99 - 2500 PokéCoins (500 PokéCoins)
  • $ 9.99 - 1200 PokéCoins (200 PokéCoins)
  • $ 4.99 - 550 PokéCoins (50 PokéCoins)
  • $ 0.99 - 100 PokéCoins

 

 In Pokémon GO we have the possibility to buy a variety of important items, which can be purchased in the store by turning PokéStops, these items are presented in boxes with exclusive items, which are achieved by buying such boxes, on the other hand it is good to know that Some items have a discount during some special events, although there are usually few and distant events.

 

With this we can conclude our guide on How to get PokéCoins in Pokémon GO so that we can have enough coins to make purchases at the item store.



Platform(s):
iOS, Android
Genre(s):
Augmented reality, location-based game
Developer(s):
Niantic, The Pokémon Company
Publisher(s):
Niantic, The Pokémon Company
Engine:
Unity
Release date:
July 6, 2016




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