read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 779,911.87).
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.
This is the network effect any other cryptocurrency would absolutely LOVE to have.
If any other blockchain had such a vast social media website, with more than 300,000 users in just one year since inception, it would make headlines.
Not just on crypto-related news websites as Coindesk or Cointelegraph, but headline news for all major mainstream media.
Noise.cash is not just doing a lot for Bitcoin Cash, it is a starting point for newcomers in cryptocurrency.
Become part of the noise.cash social media revolution, start your crypto adventure today and learn about Crypto by following users that help explain the facts with a credible approach.
And the best part? You can earn micro tips reaching up to $5 or even $10 daily! That's right, there are plenty of examples of users receiving $100-$200 tips monthly from their experience with noise.cash!
It is pure social media, without the privacy abuse issues the mainstream social media suffer from. Noise.cash only asks for a simple sign-up process, no KYC, and no phone verification involved.
Of course, noise.cash (as everything that relates with Bitcoin Cash) has been carefully censored since it is a positive development no other cryptocurrency managed to reach and one that provides a competitive edge to Bitcoin Cash.
Not everything is ideal in the blockchain industry. We have the mainstream that often is centralized beta networks, and we have the antagonizing established blockchains working towards adoption.
Bitcoin Cash is not on the mainstream since the powers that be (Blockstream partnered companies, i.e. iFinex) decided not to support Bitcoin Cash, but promote the Blockstream agenda of suppression, censorship, and price manipulation instead.
There are no VCs involved in noise.cash, so it remains hidden from the public view. You won't find any mention of noise.cash in the DCG-owned crypto media.
Coindesk, Cointelegraph, Decrypt, Newsbtc, and the rest websites, are just following an anti-BCH position. Part of the anti-BCH propaganda the BTC maximalists have unleashed. A vast network of bots and paid-shills to advocate against Bitcoin Cash and expand the overall anti-BCH propaganda.
This is why you haven't learned of noise.cash yet, this is why you never heard of smartBCH yet, this is why you are part of the mob and like sockpuppets accuse Bitcoin Cash while you've never even actually used it.
Has BTC even wondered anything similar to noise.cash is possible?
All this without even a single marketing campaign.
No, because you advocated in favor of those that crippled the blockchain. BTC can't be used and LN/Liquid are prone to centralization.
BTC can't achieve anything close to what noise.cash did since the outcome of the scaling war was a for-profit private corporation taking control of the Bitcoin brand and the narrative, aiming to promote federated sidechains instead.
A disgraceful comment made by the main Blockstream Core dev, resorting to blatant lies to further enhance the anti-BCH sentiment.
When Greg Maxwell without a trace of shame accused noise.cash of producing fake transactions! Of course, this was a false statement. These blockchain transactions helped Bitcoin Cash explain once again it is the Bitcoin that scales. And this hurts the competition.
Yet, this is the reality. Between February and May 2021 (about three months), Bitcoin Cash transactions were more than BTC.
This was achieved mostly because of noise.cash, however, what matters is the message BCH sends.
Bitcoin Cash transactions didn't exceed $0.01 on average during 2021.
Bitcoin is scaling, it was the inaction and bad decision taken by Blockstream devs that led it to remain stagnant and outdated.
One of those responsible for the BTC high fees and network congestion is exactly the BTC dev mentioned. Gregory Maxwell is one of the most powerful figures in the centralized Bitcoin (BTC) development group (Bitcoin Core) with strong ties to Blockstream.
I don't exactly know the sources BTC maximalists use for information, but I completely understand why a vast part of them is completely misled.
The censorship of Bitcoin Cash often surprises the followers of this anti-BCH practice as they are misinformed on Bitcoin Cash developments, use case, and the rapidly increasing userbase:
This is Bitcoin Cash and those in favor of the anti-BCH propaganda maybe should consider Bitcoin Cash as a service to the whole crypto industry instead of blindly following the calls of maximalists.
There is nothing similar to noise.cash. The people behind it (Marc De Mesel, and Simon) deserve the praise they receive, but it is all made possible because of Bitcoin Cash. You can't make noise.cash work with BTC, can't make it work with LN, and certainly not with Ethereum.