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It's been awhile since I became a user in noise.cash. I remember it the first time as a gaming platform. People posts were all about challenges.
'Top 20 who'll like, renoise, and who'll comment "done" on my post will have their rewards'
It was challenging, but at the same time it created pressure to the noisers who weren't always online.
I remember us receiving our free tips from the admin, and the accumulated tips will be sent to the noisers who we would like to give the cents. We were allowed to choose the percentage we want to give to other noisers, and the percentage we want to give to ourselves. I always got almost nothing before, because I couldn't join their challenges, because how could I? when most of them are keyboard warriors. Lol.
Those were just the "good old days" of noise.cash. The giving of tips changed I think during the month of April. Admin were pissed off because spammers were very rampant. I remember the admin posted for the first time that they caught lots of noisers made multiple accounts just to get money from the platform.
People took advantage of the platform and in the end, they got banned from receiving tips when the new rules started.
My worst experienced:
I was a victim of one noiser who took advantage of the platform. I joined one of the challenge and the rules was, "the first commenter will receive 7$ from him". I was the first commenter. He replied to my comment and asked me to drop my Telegram user name because we will have a transaction there. So i did. I trusted him because during that time, he was one of the famous user.
Fast forward. I did create an account in Telegram and there, he messaged me. He asked for my bitcoin cash address and sent me 0.1$. lol so I got confused, so I asked him. He said then, he'll send me the remaining prize once I'll send him n*des. I got pissed off and blocked him. Who wouldn't thought that someone would took advantage of the platform lol.
I could say, it was so different compared before. Spammers getting rid from the platform when the new rules of giving heart tips started. And since admins blocked them from receiving any heart tips, they quit of course.
Most of the post I see now is all worth to read. I've seen people sharing different kind of ideas. The way they write their captions are getting better.
The algorithm is weird but mostly those who received big heart tips are those who post seldomly. It's like the admins are telling us that quality is always better than quantity. Those who always post tend to get small tips compared to those who post rarely.
Why did my name turned as Prettytits in noise.cash?
I always get this question. This is one of the things I really want to change from the moment I clicked "done". I really had a typo error and I am sorry if some people think the other way around.
I even wrote it in my bio to minimize people from asking. I really want to change it but it's impossible since the admins didn't allow it. So everytime someone asks me, I'll just tell them to check my bio.
It's originally prettytite, but since "e" and "s" are just near to each other, I wrongly pressed "s" instead of "e". It was late when I realized the outcome of it. I hope the admins will understand me.
The whole journey.
For 6 months, I didn't regret joining in noise.cash. I could say that it is one of the best platform ever. It helped me earn money and help me save and buy essentials for my family. I'd like to thank Mr. Marc De Mesel for sponsoring both of these platforms. You've helped a lot of noisers especially this time of pandemic.
You helped me grow as a writer. English is not my first language, but because of these 2 platforms, It slowly help improved my grammar.
To the first timers out there, never stop believing in yourself. If you got zero tips, just go on. Continue posting good quality posts. The algorithm is changing from time to time. Good Luck.
I didn't realized I am a noiser for 6 months already. Noise.Cash journey is a mixed of ups and downs. I tried having zero tips, but tips doesn't define why I stayed here in this platform. I simply enjoy it, and I also found new virtual friends here.
Every ups and downs in my life, noise.cash first heard it. I thank those people who's been so friendly especially those people who always supports in every posts I make. You know who you are.