THE video-sharing app that is TikTok launched back in September 2016.
In the last couple of years, TikTok has become one of the biggest social apps globally.
How to buy TikTok recharge coins?
TikTok’s recharge coins can be purchased directly from the TikTok app and website.
Their website lists the recharge coins starting at $0.74 for 70 coins.
They range from 70 coins to 17,500 coins, and TikTok also offers a custom option to choose how many coins users would like to buy.
Coins can be purchased, recharged, and even gifted to other users.
TikTok users can recharge their coins by visiting www.tiktok.com/coin.
Once on the site users will be able to choose how many coins they wish to purchase or recharge along with their desire method of payment.
The site states: “You can manage your payment method by clicking the ‘Manage’ button on the page where you select your payment method when paying for the Coins package.”
What are TikTok coins used for?
The virtual coins within the TikTok app have many forms of use.
TikTok’s coins are a virtual currency that users purchase with real money in order to “reward” top vloggers and content creators for their videos.
Users are also encouraged within the app to purchase “coin bundles.”
There is also a trend on Twitter and YouTube where people try to explain how to earn “free coins.”
For more on specific details on what TikTok coins are and how they may be used users can read TikTok’s Virtual Items Policy.
Per the Virtual Items Policy users must be at least 18 years old to be able to purchase and use coins.
Who owns TikTok?
The video-sharing app is owned by Beijing-based technology company ByteDance, founded by the Chinese billionaire entrepreneur, Zhang Yiming.
The 38-year-old was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2019, who described him as “the top entrepreneur in the world”.
Yiming founded his own internet tech firm ByteDance in 2012, which developed apps and news aggregation services, including TikTok.
TikTok allows users to share up to 60 seconds of video – either creating their own content.
Users often creak lip-syncing videos to popular songs, comedy sketches, or film scenes.
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