read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 802,062.48).
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.
Before I begin with this post, I feel the need to thank @MarcDeMesel once again for his support all this time and the latest tips. He always tips generously many writers in Read Cash for their content contributions and he's been doing it for a very long time.
There is a reason for this post though, and it is not just about celebrating the latest tips for my articles, which I am always very grateful for.
Read.Cash is a platform that rewards the authors way better than any other website, and Marc De Mesel isthe main reason behind the hefty rewards.
However, there is this misconception, that we ought to write favorable Bitcoin Cash articles to get tips.
I've read the same thing time and again, and I think that those making these arguments are missing the vision and potential of this platform.
A little while ago someone created a post accusing many Read Cash members of being in a circle, exchanging tips between them, and enjoying big tips by Marc De Mesel while writing only about Bitcoin Cash.
I've read the same some times before and it seems that those outside the Read Cash community think this is just about Bitcoin Cash. It is not.
Bitcoin Cash is a topic we like writing about and since we want it to succeed we often write with passion and engage with the rest of the BCH community. But it is not the only topic of discussion in Read Cash.
Actually, most of the articles are usually about different subjects.
This is my latest post that was rewarded by a $200 tip from Marc and it doesn't have a single word about Bitcoin Cash in it: "Odds matter?...".
When I was done writing this article and pressed publish, I thought that it looked like a rant and maybe I should delete it.
However, I decided not to, after reading some of the comments. It seems this post was captivating the audience, having a nice flow, and more importantly, the comments I received were genuine. People had actually read my rant and found value in it.
On week later Marc also tipped it with $200 as he also enjoyed reading it, no matter the fact it was written in a kind of foul language. I wrote it this way, thinking that it may bring some side effects, but at least people will stick and read the whole thing. I tried to catch the attention from the beginning, but I wasn't sure until I received the first comments.
There was a message in this post that I tried to elaborate on, but left most of the thinking to for the reader.
This is just one example of all the posts in Read Cash, that received high tips, without having anything to do with Bitcoin Cash.
This month many articles were also tipped heftily by Marc De Mesel and the community without having a reference to Bitcoin Cash:
Bitcoin Cash is not a cult and Read Cash doesn't exclude anyone. You are always free to write about anything you want and be part of our community.
Read.Cash may have its roots in Bitcoin Cash, but this is irrelevant to the tips.
Of course when most in here are interested in the growth of Bitcoin Cash, often our posts will be about this topic.
But there is value in many other subjects. Our experiences and our life is the most valuable subject. We learn from the experiences of others by reading about them. Reading an article can motivate us, correct our approach, or even change us and make us better as human beings.
This is the vision of Read.Cash.
It is not just another crypto platform but a platform that evolves and provides invaluable content.
It is not rewarding users in any random token either. It is rewarding in one of the most effective cryptocurrencies, an established coin that is instant and we can withdraw immediately with minimal fees.
For any author out there, read.cash should be the top priority, and before criticism try to be genuine and become part of the community.
In Read Cash, we may not be professional authors. There is also a language barrier most authors have to deal with.
But the effort made by most authors is quite remarkable. I've read articles that are better than anything published on some of the top blogging platforms.
These are just those writers coming into mind right now. I have skipped about a hundred more I've been following and I'm sorry for that. I'm always trying to catch up with all notifications and read/support all content I can.
I always feel great when I have time left and become entranced with their stories. Frankly, I have just mentioned 1% of these amazing content creators and most of those are posting not just about Bitcoin Cash or cryptocurrency but about anything they enjoy.
It is a platform that escapes the cryptocurrency logic and has higher plans and ambitions.
The value we get from Read Cash is not just financial, but it helps us become better in many ways. Our experiences and the lessons we have learned can be so important to others, and we often feel the urge to write about these things.
Read.Cash is like a college. A university that teaches people of all ages and is not just about crypto or Bitcoin Cash exclusively.
In just three months Read Cash achieved 15 thousand places higher on the internet rankings according to Alexa. This is amazing growth and is also matched with high quality, something that everyone new finds out immediately. I am expecting Read Cash to reach thousands of more authors and become the top internet blogging experience.
The platform requires some time to spend and engage with a potential follower base before reaching higher popularity among other authors. I'm always advising other authors to spend more time on Read.Cash and create exclusive content. This way you help the platform more by just republishing your content from other sources.
Republishing is also fine, however, google search is usually providing the original source, thus, in case you are republishing content, it will be difficult for someone searching to find you on Read.Cash.
Noise.Cash is also a platform that is currently enjoying a high popularity.
Cryptocurrencies have dropped a lot lately and while the interest in other social media and news seem to be losing steam, Noise Cash was barely affected.
Some interesting and meaningful stats about Noise.Cash from Alexa:
Noise.cash is resilient and this chart proves that it was barely affected by the crypto crash. Another bullish chart which in my opinion is setting a paradigm for any cryptocurrency
What is more important though, is the entry of a large Australian audience in noise.cash. (Source: Alexa)
I remember reading about Runescape gold farmers from Venezuela that were bringing food on the table farming this online game. It is completely understandable and it was expected to find people giving a lot of attention to noise.cash.
India has more than one billion population and is also a driving force for all networks. Indian people are usually the top audience for most websites, no matter if these are paying or not.
I wasn't expecting the "land down under"(Australia) to have such a representative audience in noise.cash.
Australia is known to have a higher average income than most of the world and to me, this means that Aussies are using noise.cash mostly because they enjoy it.
It is a very useful alternative to Twitter, very fast and reliable as a platform. Noise.Cash is addicting and while many use it for the tips, spam has been eradicated and I often see valuable content created.
Noise.Cash is on its way to becoming an established mainstream social media network, with all the advantages this has to offer.
As Read Cash is moving towards becoming one of the top blogging platforms, Noise Cash is also enjoying a very high spot on the internet rankings and is rapidly moving towards massive adoption as a social media network.
Looking at these numbers means a lot. The value of these networks is growing while Bitcoin Cash is the cryptocurrency used for tipping and payments, this is not the only scope.
In fact, in case another cryptocurrency had this much exposure with hundreds of thousands of users in a network exchanging tips and value, it would have made 100x in price.
The value created by the network effect is at suppressed levels for Bitcoin Cash all this time.
Both Read.cash and Noise.cash are above any previous attempt initiated to increase cryptocurrency adoption. These websites open the way to new opportunities, increase user base, and contribute to the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies.
I created this post because Marc De Mesel and Simon deserve the praise they receive from the user base of Noise and Read Cash.
Imagine the growth this platform will have if it finds one or two more guys like Marc.
In any case, I think this becomes obvious if someone reads the whole post and not just the above sentence.
A word to other writers, still thinking about it, Read Cash is not just about Bitcoin Cash.
Test Read.Cash, try it out, read some posts, and engage with the rest of us. You will find a pleasant time here and an honest community. You can be very early in something that can potentially grow very big.