How to Get Realm Currency Genshin Impact

Realm Currency in Genshin is a new type of money that you can only use inside your Serenitea Pot realm. You use them to buy more Genshin Impact furnishings and blueprints from Tubby, as well as from a special vendor that has not shown their face in the game just yet. The issue here is that you get Realm Currency at a very slow pace, and people wanna speed things up. So, in our How to Get Realm Currency Genshin Impact guide, we’ll explain how the process works, and what you can do to earn more at a faster rate.

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How to Get Realm Currency Genshin Impact

How to Get Genshin Impact Realm Currency

To get Realm Currency in Genshin Impact, there are two things that you have to do. The first one is to level up your realm by accruing Adeptal Energy and Trust Rank with Tubby. This is important for two reasons. The higher your level, the faster you earn the coins, and the more you can have at any given time. See, you earn Realm Currency over time, and the rate increases as your home grows. You can see the rates in the table below. The second way you can obtain Realm Currency is by completing some of the steps in the quests connected to the Serenitea Pot. You can see an example of what I mean in the second screenshot below. Certain milestones will reward you with the currency.

So, now we know how to get Genshin Impact Realm Currency. If you know of other methods that I might have missed, let us all know in the comments. Now, what do you actually need them for? Well, you need them to purchase more stuff for your home within the teapot realm itself. For one, you use it to buy things from Tubby. More importantly, the Traveling Teapot Salesman also only accepts these coins. Considering that said vendor carries a lot of rare stuff for your home, and only appears on weekends, you might wanna start saving up.

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