QoinPro Review – Free Coins – Really?

QoinPro is one of the crypto currency faucets which are called scams by some, but the actual scam/legitimate status of which is difficult to define. The description which fits this operation best is arguably one provided by one of the bitcointalk posters, who chimed in on the thread about QoinPro. He called it a “waste of cyberspace” and indeed, from a profit-oriented crypto currency enthusiast’s perspective, that’s precisely what it is.

The operation itself is indeed legitimate, in the sense that the company listed in the About Us section of the site does in fact exist. Other than that though, nothing at QoinPro makes any sense.


What exactly does QoinPro offer?

In name at least, it is a wallet service, which hands its clients some virtual currency for free every day. That’s right. One isn’t even required to make use of the wallet service. Signing up is free and as soon as one completes the registration process, he is ready to start receiving minute, trace amounts of Bitcoin, Feathercoin, Dash, Litecoin, Peercoin and Virtacoin every day. Digitalcoin, Dogecoin, Earthcoin and Infinitecoin unlock once a specific period of time passes. To unlock the final coin the Worldcoin you must get credits.

According to qoinpro.com, “credits can be used for unlocking features or coins. For every SMS you sent, you will receive 10 credits in your account. You can send as many SMS messages as you like. The cost for the SMS is automatically charged as a one-time fee to your phone bill.”

Free Coins at QoinPro

That’s not the only way one can earn virtual currency through QoinPro though. Following registration, every QoinPro member gets a unique referral link, which he can use to bring others into the fold. For such referrals, one will then receive a given percentage of the coins his referred peers earn. This referral system goes 7 levels deep, but its earning potential shouldn’t be overestimated: according to forum posts from actual QoinPro “clients,” nothing ever amounts to anything with any sort of significance at the site.

Overview of QoinPro's Referral and Payout Structure

About QoinPro

In the “Our Mission Statement” section of the site, QoinPro state that they’re aiming to introduce new people to the crypto currency scene, to spur the adoption of crypto currencies and to educate those interested in this vertical. Exactly how they aim to accomplish all these goals is something of a mystery though, because nothing they do seems to actually move things forward in this direction. Listening to feedback from the community is another one of their stated goals, but given how nowadays their support staff hardly ever replies to those seeking assistance, this angle is a write-off as well.

The future goals of the operation are unsurprisingly murky though. In the section dedicated to this subject, the above covered mission statement is essentially repeated. It’s obvious that these guys don’t plan on doing anything differently in the future from what they’re doing right now.

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The funny thing is that back when the bitcointalk.org thread for the operation was launched, in February 2014, some users actually asked about the business model of the faucet. The main promoter then told people they had very concrete monetization plans for the future and that the money they were handing out on a daily basis, came from certain private investors. Unfortunately, nothing became of that dangled business model and people slowly but sure grew disillusioned with the operation, for several reasons.

First of all, the pace of accumulating crypto-currencies through this obviously unsustainable model, was too slow for most. Secondly, no one seems to have ever withdrawn any coins from QoinPro. Whenever someone attempted to make a withdrawal, the wallet address to which the withdrawal was supposed to head was deemed to be “not validated.” The bottom line is that even those who have a “balance” at QoinPro, only have it in name. There is no actual money there. That would indeed explain how the operation has managed to survive this long, and how its business model is in fact indeed sustainable.

The question inevitably arises though: what exactly do the people behind QoinPro stand to gain from this setup then? Some have speculated that the operation is nothing more than a funnel to collect the email addresses of those interested/involved in the crypto currency vertical, to then re-sell them for targeted marketing. Logically, that may indeed be the driving force behind it all, as nothing else seems to make any sense.

Bitcointalk.org has provided an accurate picture of the evolution of the operation over the years. From its beginnings, when people were still enthused about its offering, to present day, when it is widely regarded as useless at best and as a scam at worst.

Reddit has a few threads on QoinPro too, and none of them are kind to the operation. The conclusion drawn through all these channels seems to be that QoinPro is indeed utterly useless.

So is QoinPro a Scam?

While the main pitch of the site may seem to be too-good-to-be-true at first glance, at a closer look, it is not really that. There is no cloud mining, HYIP or pyramid scheming involved, and it doesn’t look like these guys are out to steal people’s money.

The QoinPro site does feature an About Us section, which offers plenty of information on the company and people behind the operation.

Based in Hong Kong, QoinPro Ltd. has been launched in February 21, 2014. The company address is 1206, Eastern Commercial Centre, 397 Hennessy Road – Wan Chai, Hong Kong S.A.R. QoinPro Ltd. is in fact registered in Hong Kong, under the business registration number 62774936-000-02-14-0. The Managing Director of the operation is Wouter S. van der Schagt, who had founded a couple of webhosting companies in the Netherlands and Hong Kong, before QoinPro.

First registered in January 2014, the qoinpro.com domain name does indeed belong to Wouter S. van der Schagt, and the registrant information is public. The global Alexa rank of the site was 94,556 at the time of writing, which makes it surprisingly popular indeed, especially in Nigeria, the US, India, Russia, and Brazil among other countries.. The authority rank of the domain is 35/100 and it doesn’t seem to have a spam score attached.

QoinPro Review Conclusion

QoinPro is in a special league of its own when it comes to legitimacy. The operation is not a scam in the classic sense of the concept, as it doesn’t actively steal people’s money. It is quite useless however, and as some have speculated, it may be nothing more than an intricate ploy to collect email addresses from those involved in the crypto currency industry.

If you feel like you’ve been scammed by QoinPro, please leave a comment below sharing your experience.

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  1. Benny

    Qoinpro is definitely a SCAM company. All scams have the same characteristics: you are not able to withdraw your money. Maybe they allow you to withdraw few hundred dollars. But if you want to withdraw thousands and thousands of dollars, your requests will be rejected.

    Qoinpro promised that they will allow users to login to their account in March or April of 2021, so far, users still not able to login to their accounts.

    I have already made my requests to Qoinpro to request to fully withdraw my bitcoin to Litecoin since August 2021. I continue to request almost every week, but I still have not yet received my Litecoin or Bitcoin back.

    Qoinpro is defintely a scam company.

    I will report it to the appropriate law enforcement agencies to throw the founder and the relevant people into jail! Qoinpro is a scam!!!!!!

    Scammers only allow you to deposit (give the money to them), but cannot allow you to big a big withdraw (thousands of dollars). Qoinpro accepted deposit electronically, but when it comes to withdraw, they process it manually.

    By manually process the withdraw instead of the electronic automated withdraw, the scammers effectively control people’s money.

    Qoinpro is a SCAM!

  2. Ed Graffy

    Eduard Graffy, [15.11.19 16:02]
    Hi to all, I’m in QoinPro project from the start (5 years), I have 278 Level 1 referrals and thousands of Level 2 – 7 referrals, I’m Sr. Ambassador right now. I make my first withdrawals 4 DAYS AGO, and still waiting for transactions! For 2 days support is telling me “we will investigate with our team shortly. Thank you for your patience and understanding.” Is this normal or a scam behavior? ??

    Eduard Graffy, [15.11.19 16:03]
    So today it is 5 DAYS and still NO withdrawals (BTC and Dash) and NO UPDATE from support team??

    Eduard Graffy, [15.11.19 21:48]
    QoinPro is a SCAM! Im waiting for my witdrawals for 6 days! Support not answering my emails! SCAM!!!

  3. Rolak

    I think that calling QoinPro useless (and even more scam) is not fair. QoinPro (as it is written at article) don’t ask nothing to no one but only give. Where is the problem here? Don’t want your time and don’t ask any effort. You register and earn free coins. Few but are free. And after (must be told) much time enter again and withdraw your coins (tokens). If want to have shorter time you can consider “upgrade” your account with more daily bonuses. No one obliges you to do something. I repeat: where is the problem here?

  4. federico

    not a scam. little but good earnings.
    You just need to register with the email at:

    no credit card required.

  5. QoinPro

    Check out trustpilot and foxy rating for up to date reviews


    • giuseppa benedetto

      i made a lot of attempt to ask for my LTC your support is a fraud till i get back my 56 LTC i mistakenly sent to your wallet , big time.

      • giuseppa benedetto

        the telegram of qoinpro is just for community purpose not support that’s what i read in the telegram group

    • Anonymous

      Qoinpro is a scam. I signed up in 2016 and have been trying frequently to contact them about withdrawing my coins and still waiting for a single response since 2019.

  6. David martin

    I’ve been using qoinpro for 18 months now. I’ve never had any scams.i admit they were slow to start with withdrawals but now they have new website and they have worked on a lot of things to make it better. I like they support all forks and have also started doing free air drops.

  7. Freecoins

    Is everyone using the correct site? qoinpro.com and not qoinpro.org (this is a scam site)

    Support and telegram have been helpful to me

    • C.M.R.

      Wouter has been working hard to make it look more legit. Sending e-mails with so called updates. Saying there will be even more pay outs like 6.14 % for Doge. What a ridiculous made up number! He’s just giving you some of his stack of coins and as soon as you move any coins (especially BTC) to one of the hosted wallets, he will suck you dry! Be warned! And don’t buy the, it must be another site .org thing. It’s a scam 100% Still haven’t got my BTC back so be warned!

      • QoinPro support

        This is QoinPro support

        Please e-mail support@qoinpro.com with your username or e-mail address, because without this information we cannot help you. Also be sure to put CMR in the subject so we know you’re from this page. We’ve saved this page, so are following this page now.

  8. Crytpoperson

    It seems that the website is now up and running, there is an Android app in beta and people have had their withdrawals. The problem seems to be that they are manual at the moment but this is apparently being resolved.

    There is a telegram group which is proving helpful t.me/QoinProCommunity and you can email support@qoinpro.com with any issues.

    • C.M.R.

      I think you are one and the same person, owning and running this website.

      You’re even trying to scam more people!

      I have never ever had any response from your so called support! Give me back my BTC!


        You are entitled to your opinion, of course. Just seems like it is not a scam to me but they had issues which appear to have been resolved or are being resolved. Everything is free and I have had no issues with withdrawing apart from it could be a bit quicker.



    • QoinPro support

      This is QoinPro support

      Please e-mail support@qoinpro.com with your username or e-mail address, because without this information we cannot help you. Also be sure to put “avoider” in the subject so we know you’re from this page. We’ve saved this page, so are following this page now.

      I realize that your post is from september 2018, but we’ve made many changes since then and would like to improve the experience that you had.

  10. C.M.R.

    This guy, Wouter van der Schagt is indeed a scammer. He never returned any of my e-mails. His site stole o.02 btc.

  11. the-bitcoin-journal.com

    Was clearly a kind of ponzy… never deposited anything there. Just wanted to se where this was going. No surprise once again.




    I opened an account with Qoinpro and began depositing Bitcoin since they said they would back pay for the hard forks. I never received those then when I tried to withdraw my Bitcoin they wanted a huge fee. Finally I decided to go on and pay the fee but I got a message that they couldn’t verify the bitcBitcoin wallet. No one else has a problem, now the website is down and supposed to be up today, but so far nothing.

    • Ron

      June 10, 2018 Still no sight, no coin, money gone.

      • Shannon Scire

        found this info on alexa.com and was able to login dev.qoinpro.com

        • Ron Acord

          Thanks for the info. I made a withdraw, but paid a HUGE fee, I’ll have to see if it really goes through. If so at least I recovered some of my losses.

          • Ron Acord

            Well, I was able to access my account on August 15 and make the withdraw. Today is the 18th and it hasn’t been credited to my wallet. Lesson learned, if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is.

        • YunChien

          How can I find the website dev.qoinpro.com on alexa and log in? Please ask me how to use thank you.

  14. duna lili

    The website is currently undergoing a massive upgrade and will be back online on or before March 30 (Friday). This is a week later than expected, apologies for that. All issues relating to forks / withdrawals and faucets will have been resolved. Thank you for your patience. If you need any withdrawal processed quickly, please contact withdraw@qoinpro.com

    • C.M.R.


      Your comment is clearly meant to distract other people because I did not receive any of my BTC ever!

  15. Marc

    I joined qoinpro back in the beginning I had always felt like it was a scam had made it to sr ambassador level cpuldnt do withdrawals . Tried to log in a year ago the site was gone decided to look at thee site aagain 2 weeks ago had all these coins in their site just new design .never spent a dime on it sso decided to withdraw all the coins . Granted I’ve been screwed in many different programsx before well some coins withdrew fast took 9 days for my doge and 11 days to get my bitcoin. I’m shocked I actually got all my withdrawals by day 11 . So shocked now just more confused then ever

    • Marc

      Unless they paid me hoping I’d deposit to one of my wallets or maybe buy their credits

    • dagstar


      I deposited 1.28148 BTC, end of December 2017, on their platform on my account.
      I have been sent several mails since December 28 to claim the tokens LBTC, UBTC, SBTC and B2X and I have not seen anything appear on my account.

      In addition, I received nothing for the following ranges:
      B2X – Bitcoin SegWit2x – December 28, 2017
      BCO – Bitcoin Ore – December 31, 2017
      BCP – Bitcoin Cash Plus – 1st January 2018
      BTA – Bitcoin All – 1st January 2018
      BPA – Bitcoin Pizza – 1st January 2018

      Excited not to receive the forks, I made a withdrawal of my bitcoins on January 09, 2018.
      The payment has never been made.
      I contacted QOINPRO several times on the support and the tweeter and I have absolutely no news of this withdrawal.

      Do you think it would be useful to launch a cybercrime group procedure with the Hong Kong authorities?

      Report Cyber ​​Crime:


  16. Denozavr699

    they are swindlers, they lure “free coins” that can not be accumulated even to pay for the commission, and the charging of coins from a fork Bitcoin, in the end, the coins that you will get to the purse of Qoinpro will be stolen, and you will not get a feedback. Contact the police.

  17. Hashflare

    QOINPRO SCAM – 504 Gateway Time-out
    HA HA HA HA HA!!!

  18. Pary

    same problem.I processed a withdrawal on 23rd NOV AND ANOTHER ON 28TH NOV.Now Dec 8th and nothing received in my requested wallet address.I have emailed support numerous times and to their twitter account.No action but will update if there is action.be very careful….



    • terry

      hi thomas,i would also like to join the class acton suit.hk police made a warning about this site 2-3 weeks ago.they are definitely criminal, they will steal any deposits made.the fool has no idea about creating bad karmas.we might meet him in hell one day.

      • Paul

        Hi Terry.
        Can you please put me include on the list for joining the class action suit if you hear from Thomas.I would appreciate any help you can give me on this.Thanks very much. Pary

  20. Mario A Brito

    They stole 0.52 BTC from me. QoinPro is either a scam. The owner, wouter van der schnag, is either an incompetent fool. Or both. He doesn’t respond to emails. Support tickets are useless. Withdrawals are handled manually. It is a horrible place.
    Please watch this video:
    Do NOT deposit your BTC with QoinPro. You may be sorry. You’ve been warned.

  21. aak47

    Update on this issue > I did end up receiving my my bitcoin from the qoinpro withdrawal,
    These are the steps that I followed before I received it:
    (1) Emailed support@quinpro.com from the email address that I used to register on the qoinpro website. I received no response for a few days
    (2) Registered to support.qoinpro.com with the email address that I used to register on the qoinpro website. Then I clicked on Tickets to get my support ticket reference number.
    (3) Sent a tweet to twitter.com/QoinPro containing my qoinpro userid, support ticket reference number, and withdrawal date and time, stating that my withdrawal did not come through please resolve.
    (4) Approximately 12 hrs later I received a response via twitter and received my bitcoin into my wallet. Transaction was successfull.

    • Denozavr699

      maybe you share your contacts? the tweeter does not respond.

  22. aak47

    WARNING!!! WARNING!! STAY AWAY !!! STAY AWAY !!! I also decided to give them a try a while back because they were offering 25% bonus on Bitcoin Gold. Bitcoin Gold never showed up, and no bonus!!!!! I also tried to withdraw my Bitcoin, and it disappeared from my account! No transaction details, and Bitcoin never arrived in my address!! It’s now been 5 days since I attempted to withdraw. I have sent emails without any responses. I’ve also emailed the CEO / Managing Director listed on their website: Wouter van der Schagt . Still no response!! Appears to be a scam and I also would NOT recommend. I will post any positive updates from Qoinpro here.

    • Ron

      They got me when they said they would pay the hard forks. I guess I got greedy and got bit, transferred the majority of my Bitcoin to them.

  23. TulasiKrishna Inturi (@tki92)

    1. I had opened a Qoinpro account on user id ‘intutkri2’ around six months back

    2. I had received many promotional emails from support@qoinpro.com regarding deposit of BTC for claiming BCH and BTG.

    3. ***At last I think I had fallen prey to their emails and deposited some amount of BTC to claim my BCH and BTG and that’s it after that I never received a promotional mail from them after the deposit

    4. ***I had sent many BCH and BTG claim mails to support@qoinpro.com and wouter@qonpro.com and contacted them on email, Twitter and Telegram many times but no reply or response from them.

    5. ***I had submitted support tickets also at support.qoinpro.com under user id ‘intutkri2’ but they were closed without any proper resolution

    6. ***After checking my qoinpro BTC address 1K5JDqh7LVWEV1uvmQhbdKBdyN86iTZWfm on blockchain it is showing zero balance whereas the amount is supposed to be X BTC and there were also many transactions which I had not carried out. May be they are carrying out insider trading with the BTC deposited bt people like me and generating profits for themselves.

    7. ***I had withdrawn X amount of BTC from my Qoinpro (user ; intutkri2) BTC address 1K5JDqh7LVWEV1uvmQhbdKBdyN86iTZWfm to my personal BTC address 154UWpunPRyVT9LPfgrdcQKWj6276rrnMB but till now I had not received it.

    8. ***Websites : qoinpro.com and vdschagt.com (is never working)

    9. ***Company Office Address :
    QoinPro Limited
    1206, Eastern Commercial Centre
    397 Hennessy Road – Wan Chai
    Hong Kong S.A.R.

    10. *******Will update this post once I receive a positive reply from Qoinpro or Mr. Wouter

    11. ***So, Dear Friends ! Please decide whether this is scam or legitimate on your own diligence. I had put down my own genuine experiences with Qoinpro.

  24. TulasiKrishna Inturi

    I had sent many mails and many support tickets to qoinpro and even wouter regarding my BCH and BTG claims but there is no response even they had closed my support tickets without any resolution. My user id is ‘intutkri2’

  25. ElusiveMan

    Not Scam better watch this youtube.com/watch?v=bPlX1a5PzZo

    • TulasiKrishna Inturi

      I had sent many mails and many support tickets to qoinpro and even wouter regarding my BCH and BTG claims but there is no response even they had closed my support tickets without any resolution. My user id is ‘intutkri2’ Will they keep their promises?

    • Mario A Brito

      This is the latest video on QoinPro:


  26. RW

    Contacted support several times. No reply for 18 months. Eventually got a message saying/showing coins never sent. Coins sent from old ‘coinwallet.co.uk’ website that was about to close because of attempted hack.

    Other altcoins sent from ‘coinwallet’ at same time were transferred without a problem so not sure what happened. As it was relatively small amount decided to ‘write it off’.

    • RW

      PS The other altcoins sent from ‘coinwallet’ that were transferred without a problem were not sent to Qoinpro

  27. Robert wyatt

    Thought I deposited small amount of Feathercoin with Qoinpro. Money ‘never arrived’/dissapeared. Not sure what happened?

      • Ron

        Yes on numerous occasions and never get a reply.

      • Silvano Alzoubi

        Qoinpro.com is a big Scaaaaaammmmm

  28. nmrn

    I failed to get a withdrawal. After depositing crypto into QoinPro and then setting up a withdrawal, I am still waiting for them to appear in my wallet…

  29. Master Po

    I thought someone made a confirmed withdraw…?

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