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4 Days Old on Read.Cash: What I Gave Vs. What I Received
Today I saw that I’m here for 4 days now, but I feel pretty well integrated already.
The community is welcoming, there’s nobody here to stab others in the back, everyone is cool and minding their own business… and this says a lot about the community.
Sure I had to downvote a post here and there, alongside a comment here and there of obvious leeches just trying to get tips without providing value, but other than that… the community is amazing.
I’m pretty excited about this project and it just proves once again the BCH community rules.
Today I’m going to weigh what I gave to the project and what I received in these 4 days of existence.
Why 4 days?
Because 4 days is such a small timeframe, I’m really new to this and fresh out of the boat, so if I obtained these results imagine the potential the platform has once you know what you’re doing.
This is one of the miracles of being here.
NOTE: Of course, nothing would be possible if the transfer fees of BCH matched BTC’s, this is possible because Bitcoin Cash is electronic cash… the way it is supposed to be. You send $10, I get $10, easy as that.
I can’t exactly say how many times I commented, I may have commented more, but for sure I commented at least on 50 different posts.
I tipped users who really tried to add value or that I could see put some work into their writing, and I didn’t comment “good job”, “nice post” and whatnot.
I always tried to add value, heck since I commented so much in these 4 days I’m sure most of you stumbled upon my comments already – let me know if you find them low effort as I definitely thought them over and tried to add something to the discussion.
This is useful because not only does it make me meet new people and get involved with the community, it also adds activity to the Read.Cash platform, and who would be here if this was an inactive hub with hayballs rolling around.
We all like to have readers and comments, so reading and commenting should be something you try to do.
I know that among the first 35 of my subscribers, most of them ended up subbing me because they clicked my name to check it out on one of my comments, and so that’s the way the platform finds to reward my hard work.
I made quite a bit of money, got sponsored by one person (money pending so if you don't see his photo yet, that's why as it was just while writing the article), got 35 subs, and was able to sponsor 38 writers, so how did I do it?
Hard work and generosity, the two most important factors to have in this community.
First of all, from the $31,46 I made I only have $11.
I spent it all on tips and a little bit on a boost or two.
So you can see I invested close to everything I got back in.
Another reason is that I worked hard, published daily, interacted with the community, and tried to add VALUE.
If you add value, the platform rewards you for it.
Try to stop figuring out what the bot likes or not, and aim for value.
Trust me and thank me later – I’m a newbie but I can see the project is well designed, so I trust the designers aimed for value themselves.
This is all that I wanted to say today.
I want to thank my sponsor, my readers, and every one of you that makes this community special, with a special word for my first sponsor of course.