Ask and you don't really get answers sometimes
Today, I have chosen so odd topic and wanted to interview a few read.cash users with the hope they will give us some time to respond to our questions.
Thanks a bundle for their precious time, and for staying with us, despite their busy schedule.
Without wasting further time, let's focus on the interview.
Hello Readers and hello world!
Thank you so much for inviting me to this interview. I am honored to be chosen as one of your interviewees @LeonaReed. I am pleased and humbled that you noticed me amidst the bigger names out there in the Read world who have come before me.
So I am willingly gracing your show.
Our first question is, Would you like to share your real name with the read.caah family?
I apologize, Readers, but I plan to stay anonymous. In this digital era where information is crucial not to share, I am witholding my name.
What about your place, including country or only country, please? Of course place of birth and current place, if you don't mind?
I do mind, yes, but to be as specific, I am from Baguio City, Philippines.
The readers would also expect your age, or in other cases, some would love to know your birthday as well. Would you prepare to tell them?
Again, personal information, people. Don't give that away easily.
Some users are confused about your sex/gender, will you prepare to disclose it?
To the benefit of those who will be reading this, I'm a man.
What do you do for living?
I breathe, I eat, I sleep. Sometimes I blog here in read, in noise and in Hive. I go for a walk, morning walks preferably, at the park, by the roadside, nearby trails. Anything but dying, I hope.
It's been so fun so far. Well. I am sure it won't bitter to tell you audience:
When did you step into the crypto world?
I think it was 2015 or earlier. I have done some faucets then but didn't profit from those really. If I remember correctly, it was with bitlanders that I started earning. @Bloghound and @Momentswithmatti were my fellow bitlanders back then. Ah, those were happy days.
Why and when did you exactly join read.cash?
It is a very simple question, which I'm sure won't take your time to think more or don't respond.
It's always money - additional income - which drove me to join platforms like this. It was in the later part of July last year I think that I joined read but I didn't dive right in to it because I was busy with noise. Finding time for another platform is hard that's why I can't manage but when the need for more money, that's when I really challenged myself to go for it.
Being one of the senior members of the read family,
What advice will you give to the audience (readers), especially those, who are new to the crypto world and/or to read.cash?
Manage your expectations. If you are looking for a way to earn quickly, this is not the place for you. If you want to earn without having to work for it, this is not the place for you. If this is the first time for you to blog, write or dive into crypto but you don't want to learn, you are wasting your time here. Many of us here were not experts. English is not our first language and we don't know what crypto is all about. Yet, we challenged ourselves to learn about this site, about crypto and pushed on. We are still not experts but we have added learning and we learn from each other here.
Our audience have lots of more questions to ask and wants to know more about you. They have been enjoying it. But I know you are a busy person and have lots of other tasks to do. Moreover, we should keep our interview time in mind as well. With these in mind, I will ask my last question.
Last but not least, What was the question I should have asked you, which I didn't ask and you would like to ask yourself and answer as well?
When will @LeonaReed invite you to her place and tour you to her country all expenses paid? :D :D
Thank you again for your time, Readers.
The original interview can be found here The Interview: A Day with the read.cash Users.
Lead image was taken at Ili-Likha. More images here.