How to Earn More Pi as a Pi Contributor

Pi Contributors can boost their mining capacity while improving protocol security– and they do it together!

Pi Contributor Opportunities

The Pi Network community lets users and Pioneers wear multiple hats to help make up the different roles in the network. Four roles are available to Pioneers: miners, validators, contributors, and ambassadors.

Validators, contributors, and ambassadors each afford the ability to earn more Pi through growing your network. Every Pioneer can begin as a miner, and the next step after starting to mine is to take on another role and diversify your ability to mine Pi. As a contributor, users can help contribute to the security improvement of the Pi Network while mining Pi at a higher rate.

Pi Network Role page

Pioneers can become contributors after three days of mining Pi and completing three mining sessions. Once complete, an automatic icon should appear in your Pi Dapp on the Roles pages.

To become a contributor, users must invite 3-5 members to join their security circle. Pioneers combine and overlap into security circles, increasing the overall trust graph of Pi Network.

The more connections users add to their circle, the more Pi they can mine. The stronger the Pioneers, the stronger the mining power as well.

Users can invite users by meeting them through the Pi social network opportunities like the chat and the various Dapps available in the Pi Browser. Users can also grow their contributor network by inviting trusted friends through the ambassador network. The ambassador network will also help boost mining capabilities, compounding a user’s opportunity to mine and earn Pi.


Building the Trust Graph across Pi Network will help grow the interconnected security system supporting the Pi Mainnet. Together, Pioneers can diversify and strengthen the overall Pi security, boosting the Pi experience.

What is Pi Network:

Pi Network is a mobile blockchain mining project on a mission to give everyone access to the cryptocurrency revolution. The project was founded by a team of Stanford University Ph.D. candidates who designed a mobile-friendly blockchain mining algorithm.

Pi Network has evolved over the years and has organized a hackathon, built a couple of working Pi blockchain apps, and is now in the final stages of transition to public mainnet.‍

Where to find Pi Network:

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