"Tapswap is Not Opening": Lady Drops Important Information About Tapswap Which Nigerians are Tapping

"Tapswap is Not Opening": Lady Drops Important Information About Tapswap Which Nigerians are Tapping

  • A lady has said there is no need to fret if Tapswap refuses to open at the moment, noting that it is a general issue
  • She was responding to many complaints by people who are currently mining Tapswap and hoping to cash out
  • Her update about Tapswap was corroborated in the Tapswap Telegram community, where it was disclosed that maintenance was underway

A lady who is participating in Tapswap mining has assured everyone experiencing difficulty with the app to remain calm.

She was responding to those who complained of difficulties when they wanted to open the Tapswap app and start tapping.

Lady says Tapswap not opening is a general thing.
The lady said she could not open her Tapswap. Photo credit: TikTok/Ose Sweet and Getty Images/Xavier Lorenzo.
Source: UGC

The TikTok users said the app was not opening, but the lady assured them it was a general issue.

Why Tapswap is not opening

In a TikTok video, Ose Sweet said she, too, experienced similar difficulties trying to open the Tapswap app.

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Ose's update about Tapswap was corroborated by the Tapswap Telegram community, which told miners that system maintenance was underway.

The announcement read:

"Hey, dear Tapswappers, we are currently undergoing maintenance. This might take between one to three hours. Thanks for your patience."

Is Tapswap legit?

Many Nigerians have joined the tapping, hoping to cash out from it. Many people have been seen tapping on their phone screens repeatedly.

Speaking to Legit.ng on the legitimacy of Tapswap, Obani Ebenezer Nwokoma, a crypto expert noted that there was no fraud involved.

His words:

"First, it's not a fraud, you're not stealing from anyone, and it's very legit because you're rewarded according to the effort you put into it."

When asked if Tapswap can make participants rich, Obani said patience is advised and that cashing out depends on efforts.

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He told Legit.ng:

"Yes, it can make you rich, but everything is effort. Well, this is crypto. There is a process for everything, especially for a coin that is new and still in the building phase; cashout is possible when a coin is launched, and the launching date is yet to be disclosed. Just like Notcoin, it was introduced in December, and it was listed just this May. In the crypto world, patience is a virtue. Be patient and follow the project to the end, and then be sure to get rewarded for your effort."

Watch Ose's video below:

Reactions to Ose's post

@Michael Banabo said:

"It’s working now."

@bella_collection04 commented:

"My friend has not been able to open her app for good 4 days now."

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He posed with the AC and urged crypto enthusiasts to keep tapping in order to take advantage of Tapswap mining.

Proofreading by Nkem Ikeke, journalist and copy editor at Legit.ng.

Source: Legit.ng

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