We know that the prices listed on the buy page can be confusing if you aren’t living in the US.
We’ve now updated the buy page to support many of the major currencies, as well as displaying tax inclusive prices.
Here’s the list of supported currencies:
- US Dollars (USD)
- Euros (EUR)
- Great British Pounds (GBP)
- Chinese Yuan (CNY)
- Polish Zloty (PLN)
- Swedish Krona (SEK)
- South African Rand (ZAR)
- Swiss Franc (CHF)
- Brazilian Real (BRL)
- Ruble (RUB)
- Australian Dollar (AUD)
- Canadian Dollar (CAD)
- Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
- Singapore Dollar (SGD)
- New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
- Danish Krone (DKK)
- Hungarian Furint (HUF)
- Czech Koruna (CZK)
- Indian Rupee (INR)
When you visit the buy page, it will automatically detect what country you’re from and set the appropriate currency. If we can’t support your local currency, US dollars will be used instead.
Click here to buy coins.
If your local currency is not supported, please contact us here and we’ll try to help.
Minnit is pleased to introduce a huge overhaul to the Subroom system. Now, you can create your own subrooms, and control who may enter/speak in them.
To access this new menu, go to your Chat Settings (click “Edit Your Chat”), then click Subrooms on the left-hand menu.
Here, you may add a total of 3 subrooms, including the #main one. Give it a code, which you can call using # (like #brkcity or #lemonheads), as well as a display name. Save changes, and you’ll be set!
All of your existing Moderators/Admins will keep their ranks in all subrooms. This is just a more convenient way to split your chat up. You could have #updates where you & your Owners can go to post about important events, and nobody else can talk — so they keep up to date. Or, have #nsfw where users go to have inappropriate conversations, while keeping your #main chat appropriate.
If you want to link someone directly to a subroom, you can do so by linking to minnit.chat/main?subroom=brkcity for example.
Congress passed H.R.1865 – Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act of 2017 asking website owners to help crackdown on sex trafficking, so we felt this was the perfect time to release a statement on what you can do to help.
If Minnit receives knowledge of sex trafficking taking place on the service, relevant authorities will be notified, as per our Terms of Service. Unfortunately, things get difficult very quick, as people typically use code-words or other ways of hinting about it. So, it is the duty of everyone, not just Minnit Staff, to be on the lookout for anything that may seem suspicious. Even if you think it’s simply a troll, or that you’re misunderstanding, report it anyway — the risk is too great to let it go ignored. You can either report it via https://minnit.chat/support, or via email at [email protected], with the date, time, timezone, chat, and account(s) you think are involved. Reports will remain confidential whether it’s true or false.
You’ve all known about how to stay safe online. But, by reporting suspected sex trafficking, you can help others stay safe, too. Don’t let a suspicion go unreported.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.