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read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 537,341.12).
You could get tips for writing articles and comments, which are paid in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) cryptocurrency,
which can be spent on the Internet or converted to your local money.
The other day, I published an article titled, "Is It Time To Say Goodbye?" which is related to the state of my account on the other platform, noise.cash. Obviously, the answer to the title of my article is 'NO' because even if I am not that active in posting on the platform and no longer earning that much there, I still keep visiting the site the same way I keep using Facebook.
Then a user commented and I quote, "By the way, it would be a pity if you only used the platform because of the tips."
After reading this, it somehow ring a bell in my ears as I remember the article I also wrote before.
Anyway, this article is just merely a response to that question title of this article. During the early days of noise.cash, I already wrote an article about this, "Are You Only at Noise.Cash for the Free Tips?" When I posted about this article on noise.cash, the talking head even 'praised' this article.
This time, as an almost 9 months-user of the platform, I will answer that question again from two different perspectives with the 2 possible answers, of a long-time user and pioneer of the platform.
When noise.cash was launched on the evening of December 24, 2020, read.cash advertised that platform as another way to earnmoney (Bitcoin Cash) just by making short posts. Almost, if not all, signed up immediately because this was another opportunity to grow their Bitcoin Cash holdings. Whether you agree or not, admit it or be a hypocrite, we signed up because we could earn something from it.
If your answer to this question is 'YES' then there's nothing to be ashamed of because even the site itself invites you to join the platform and earn money.
While the platform has a lot of rules to follow, has its own regulations on what posts can be sponsored or paid, and only has a limited fund of Bitcoin Cash to give away in a single day, it is still considered as an earning site that pays with BCH. While it doesn't guarantee you will surely earn something from it as it depends on your activity on the platform, it is still a platform where you couldearn money.
Even the site encourages its users now to invite more users to join the platform by rewarding them with some BCH from their affiliate earnings.
Just by onboarding people to try using Bitcoin Cash alone, we have to present them these platforms, read and noise, on how they can earn money from it so that they will join. I personally have successfully onboarded people to this community because of showing them the opportunity and proof that they can earn money from these sites.
After all, read.cash and noise.cash was created to give away Bitcoin Cash for the main purpose of spreading awareness and mass adoption to drive the price up.
If you're not in it for the money that you can earn from it, then you wouldn't bother creating high-quality content to post on the site. We all know that the higher the quality of your posts is, the higher the tips you will receive. You wouldn't exert some effort in coming up with your posts if you're not doing it for the rewards you will receive.
And if you're not just using the platform for the tips, then you wouldn't go out ranting and complaining that you are not receiving any heart tips in your short posts. You wouldn't care if your high-quality posts are getting nothing because you're just using it for fun.
Perhaps, we could all agree that after spending months on the platform and being invested not just in it but with the coin (Bitcoin Cash) as well, you probably found other reasons to use the platform and not just use it for the tips that we can earn from it.
Because of the platform, you have found online strangers that became virtual friends and even family. You have enjoyed interacting with them that it became your daily habit to talk to them.
Noise.cash became the outlet where you can post your rants about work, studies, and even your life in general, where judgments from the people you personally know, like your relatives, friends, and classmates, are not existing.
The site also became a bridge for read.cash writers to personally know each other. Through it, you have learned not just about cryptocurrencies, but also about other cultures of those living from other sides of the world.
Because of it, you found another entertainment site where you can kill your boredom or spend some extra time. You have another option of social media to open just in case you are already fed up with the things you see on your Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter feeds.
As you spend some time there, you will find other reasons to use the platform aside from just to earn money from it.
But if you are going to say that you are not using noise.cash for the tips, at all, then I can't wait for the time that noise.cash will run out of funds and stop paying anymore, or Mr. Marc de Mesel, the generous donor of the tips we are getting, will take away his BCH and stop sponsoring the platform, and see who will be the ones that will stay and continue patronizing the site without getting tips from it if the site won't shut down when the time comes.