Earnings Speed Limits

The Earnings Speed Limit is first displayed on a users newly registered 'My Account' page. This indicates the percentage of the available reward values the account is presently eligible to earn. This limit applies to all the different types of AdFreeway rewards (i.e. vote, performance, and referral).

The three current Earnings Speeds Limits are:


Slow Lane = 25% of reward value

Middle Lane = 50% of reward value


Fast Lane = 100% of reward value


Account Earnings Speed Limits are dynamic because the identifiers of AdFreeway members, or anonymous users before registration are constantly changing lanes. Members can have a direct influence on which lane they drive in. Certain behaviors will allow earnings to speed up, and others will slow earnings down.

Why are there Earnings Speed Limits?

AdFreeway must be able to serve ads to our entitled reward earners to align them and their voting preferences with advertisers audiences at tens of thousands of web sites or applications. If we can’t do that, we can’t improve campaign performances which finance the rewards that benefit our members.

Earnings Speed Limits ensure that the AdFreeway Members who allow us to serve them ads across the entire Internet, and who vote to contribute the most to our community are rewarded accordingly. Fast Lane members also get to access and enjoy additional benefits not available to members in other lanes. It pays to live life in the Fast Lane.

How can Earnings Speed Limits be increased?

Put simply, AdFreeway needs to be able to see a user's identities, and repeatedly bid or serve ads to identifiers using the Internet. If a user hides their identity, uses manufactured identities, uses ad-blockers, disables trackers (pixels), browses in private (incognito) modes, runs machine instances, proxies or a VPN they are likely to remain on hold or be demoted to the lowest earning levels.  


The domains (e.g. URLs and applications) that we repeatedly see identifiers at and advertise at are important. Once registered, these domains will be recorded against a users account where their domain list will start to build. The quality or size of the list affects their Earnings Speed Limit.


If we are unable to associate any domains or applications with a user's identifier (whether or not the user is registered) the user will be placed in the Slow Lane earning only 25% of total reward value. Time in a slow lane will further demote the user to amounts less than 25% and account inactivity may cause the account to be placed on hold or suspended. Alternatively users in the fast-lane earn at 100% and qualify for VIP privilege's that enhance their capacity to earn more.

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