read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 827,786.98).
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.
I started with Read.cash without a clear goal, I knew I just have to write and get rewarded. Perhaps, that's also the reason why I get discouraged each time I receive a low amount of tip or reward. I admit this was a bad perspective.
Today, I read a couple of blogs on read and was definitely encouraged by some users who have been blogging here for quite some time now. Let me mention @Glez, @bbyblacksheep, @bmjc98, and @fexonice1. Dears, thank you for your blogs which really moved me to be serious with read.cash.
So, while I was nursing my baby, I have been contemplating on what actions should I do so that I may grow here. Here are the things that I have set on my mind and I have to write them down immediately to make sure that it won't get away off just like all the other ideas I had which I thought would stay in my brain but they burst like a bubble.
I posted this on noise.cash and I got a response from a stranger @fexonice1, I truly appreciate his comment and truly, his words are very encouraging.
It might be challenging and I know it is hard to create a long full blog but I will give it a try and see if I could keep up with the three blogs a week. Actually, I am also blogging on various platforms including Steemit, Blurt, Hive, and a lot more. I also manage a YouTube channel and I post videos three times a week.
Above all, I have a baby to take care of. All of these things I know would mean, sacrificing one or two of what I currently do but I will try my very best about this.
As an action, I have created a list of blogging topics on my phone's note app and will write whenever there's a chance. This blog is the first on the list, as soon as I have ideas, I will add them immediately to the notes.
The top mistake I made when I started here was not being social. As mentioned above, I posted a microblog on noise.cash about how discouraged I was when I received a low score in one of my past articles. And one person had noticed it and he just gave me inspiring words that have certainly cheered me up.
I am glad that people like him exist in this world. While reading his comment, I was rebuked at how I also treat other users online, I have a tendency of not caring about other's blogs, may it be a full one or just a microblog.
So, one of my goals now is to read other blogs, at least 5 random blogs per day and leave my comment which should be related to the topic.
To stay long in a battle, we need comrades and I believe that to be alive here, I need a support system. I now aim to find a group or a community of which I can call family here in Read.
I am an introvert in the real world and I am very shy in terms of getting myself exposed to others may it be online or offline. I know that's something that I have to work on too so I can grow.
I am hoping to find a group on this blogging site, perhaps which has women and Filipinos in it. In this way, I will be able to find common grounds and I can relate to these individuals. And don't get me wrong, I am not closing my doors to others though.
If you know of any groups here that I can be a member of, do let me know.
There's a saying that goes: Sharing is Caring. I have shared this lovely site with my family and friends via a Facebook public post. Some had reacted but only one had messaged me on how to get started.
Sadly, the people around me are still closed-minded in terms of cryptocurrency and I can't blame them. They have heard of many scams and things that made them uninterested in this topic.
Others also would just brush off these things and said they don't have time or perhaps they can't write, they are too busy with other stuff. I understand them and I know that cryptocurrency is not for everyone so I guess, I will just continue sharing anyway.
Gladly, my brothers had signed up for noise.cash and they too are earning BCH. As BCH's value soared this week, they had seen its potential and are now starting to become open-minded with these online materials.
From the time that I have learned about BCH, I already had a goal - to reach 1BCH, and to do that, I would need to do a lot of holding.
I would like to make a back story that in the year 2014, I was blogging in a platform called bitLanders. This site pays bloggers BTC, it was like Read.Cash. I was addicted to it that I write blogs every single day! I talk about my life, my travels, my rumblings, and everything under the sun.
The BTC earnings were sent to my Xapo and Coins.ph wallets. I forgot about my Xapo earnings and was only able to get access to it this year, thankfully, I still have a few BTC left. However, all of my BTC on coins.ph were cashed out and that was the biggest mistake I have ever done.
BitLanders had been paying me BTC for almost two years and I can't recall how many BTCs I have gained during that time. Have I not withdrawn all, I might be rich today. Seriously, I don't want to do the same mistake again.
So, with noise.cash and read.cash, I swear to myself that I will hodl all my BCH earnings on both sites. But on top of that, I am also aiming to reach 1BCH. I still have a long way to go but it is okay, I know that anything beautiful takes time so I will enjoy the ride!