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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Awareness: The noise.cash efficiency experiment
It was just before Christmas when this message made me raise an eyebrow! Something for shorter messages and the opportunity the get some Bitcoin Cash was very appealing!
Clicked the link and took me less than 30 seconds to create my PVMihalache account on noise.cash. This was how the interface was looking back then, with only subscriptions, explore and the account where the wallet could be added. Everyone's avatar was a robot face and only text noises were available. Don't judge me but was looking like mIRC. You will get this joke is you are an ancient creature like me. By than it wasn't possible to see who tipped your post, add-on that was implemented later on.
Two months later, the layout evolved a lot and now this is what we can see. Chambers where added, where users sharing the same interest can post. The explore tab will show the newest posts while the search bar is the newest addition on the platform. The username tab was upgraded as well and all the noises are now available in the "My posts" tab. The site rule are available and dark/light mode was implemented successfully. Join the dark side... we have cookies.
Noisecash is a great social media platform, that can be used for educational purpose or to make friends and have fun. With the help of the #Club1BCH family, we organized a noise.cash quiz.
We had 46 participants but only 5 managed to achieve a score above 20. They shard the prize pot as it follows:
1st place: @owenlars with 26 points. Congratulations on the $10 prize
This bring us at today's post, a seven days experiment aiming to prove the noise.cash efficiency and share the data I collected.
I posted about 15-20 posts per day in the last week and for statistical purpose I created a Bitcoin.com wallet. This new wallet will help me analyze how much I earned in each day.
Day 1: $2.14
My most tipped noise was my post about how Elrond Gold (eGLD) got a value surge after the launch of Maiar, the Elrond Network own wallet app. This post alone was rewarded with $0.35 worth of BCH.
Day 2: $2.33
This perfect Valentine's Day gift was in the top of preferences and raised $0.28. Just a single picture with a love theme. The daily reward was bigger than the previous day, generating $0.19 more.
Day 3: $2.29
The Llama cake I bought was the trending noise, and raised $0.31 worth of Bitcoin Cash. The daily reward dropped by $0.04 but maybe because I posted less than usual.
Day 4: $2.36
My encouragement meme was the top noise, with $0.21. The daily reward was on a growing trend as I managed to squeeze more posts throughout the day
Day 5: $2.41
The top noise was the milestone achieved by the Club1BCH Chamber. Over 1000 noise.cash users subscribed to the #Club1BCH chamber, where BCH updates and all kind of fun/informative stuff is welcome.
Day 6: $2.55
Another milestone post took the first place as top earner. This time was my turn to get into the spotlights, achieving 600 subscribers. This post had 34 likes and 21 replies, which in my opinion is a great level of engagement.
Day 7: $2.73
The last day of the experiment was the most rewarding. My lunch picture was the top noise with $0.30 from tips, 29 likes and 8 replies.
The 7 days experiment concluded with 22% daily growth, which lead to the conclusion that constant (quality) posts will produce a steady flow of tips. The total BCH generated in a week was $16.81
As an extra good deed, I convinced my real life friend Adrian to join noisecash. He was so impressed with how easy it worked and in the same week he asked me about readcash and created his account.