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Earn Up to $150 in BCH for 12 Statements Related to Bitcoin Cash -- I Share My Entries With You!
In case you haven't seen it yet, there is a very exciting giveaway going on over at noise.cash. As the instructions were a bit confusing for some people, I will try to explain them the best I can. Note that the explanations are my interpretations of the instructions. So DYOR -- do your own research!
Here is the summary: You can earn up to $150 in Bitcoin Cash. What you need to do is to come up with at least twelve statements which are related to Bitcoin Cash. Send your work submission into the contest to email@example.com.
Write at least twelve statements for a new image series. You do not need to design the images. Just write what should be written on the images.
Ifgeorgedonnelly likes your work, he will pay you up to $150 in Bitcoin Cash. Take note of the "if" at the beginning of the sentence and the "up to" in the second part. That means that you are not guaranteed to receive $150. So, put some effort into your work!
Send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find the original instructions here. And an older version of the same instructions here.
Alright. Now we know what to do. Let's get to work! -- I mean, let's create our submission into the contest!
Edit: I am super excited, because my submissions were actually chosen. That means that I have to remove them from this article, because I am selling the rights to the statements. But don't worry, soon you will find them on the internet. I will add the link as soon as they are available.
I can still share my ideas behind the statements. Maybe that will inspire you for your own submission. 😊
Here is what I came up with -- together with some explanations.
My first idea was about the uncensorable nature of Bitcoin Cash. If you have Bitcoin Cash in your wallet, nobody can take it from you. Nobody can deny you access to your funds.
Nowadays, this feature is probably more important than ever: If some people don't like some of your tweets, PayPal may freeze your funds. If YouTube doesn't like the videos you upload to their platform, your channel is demonetized in a heartbeat. And usually, Patreon follows closely and won't collect donations from your supporters anymore.
The solution: Use Bitcoin Cash, of course!
I submitted three statements based on the first idea.
My next idea was to highlight the low transaction fees, fast and reliable transactions and contrast these desirable features of Bitcoin Cash with other services. Of course, the unnecessity of a middleman in financial transactions plays into that idea, too.
I submitted six statements based on the second theme.
The next theme focused on your personal freedom to do with your money what you want.
I submitted three statements based on this theme.
The final statements deal with the earnings potential around Bitcoin Cash.
I submitted two statements based on the earning potential.
I published this meme also in this article. The next meme is brand-spanking-new, however.
Always has been
The next meme is unfortunately more true than funny.
It is one of those "always has been" memes -- most of which have a dark undertone to them. These memes portray someone who learns something of great importance. And before that person can share this insight with the world, someone -- who is in the know and who tries to keep that secret a secret -- eliminates the honest person. By doing that, the progress of the world is intentionally held back.
What do we see here?
The person in front may be a crypto beginner. He has just discovered the original whitepaper and reads the title and the abstract and realizes: "Wait a minute. Bitcoin was intended to be used as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. Bitcoin was not intended as a store of value with absurdly high fees. It was supposed to have low fees! That's why Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin. It stayed true to Bitcoin's designated purpose."
And I'm sure you can figure out yourself what the intentions of the other person are...
A totally unrelated piece of trivia: Did you know that the original whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto -- the document that started off the entire field of crypto currencies -- was pulled from the Bitcoin BTC website Bitcoincore.org? This is the news report about that story.
Have you heard about our #Club1BCH? We try to earn and hold at least 1 full Bitcoin Cash by publishing high-quality articles on read.cash and by making high-quality noise on noise.cash. You can join just by pledging to reach that goal as quickly as possible and by spreading the good word!
As always, I am looking forward to your comments. Have you known about the contest before reading my article? Are you going to participate? Do you like my entries? Do you like my memes? Do you have suggestions on what I could improve?