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read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 295,364.56).
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.
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How noise.cash can replace other social medias and makes use of BCH for an adoption. (Part 1)
Noise.cash is undoubtedly slowly growing and being well-developed by the team of a man named "Simon". More than a month since it was launched, exactly on Christmas' Eve, the developers now allows the users in the platform to post photos, edit its post, shows who reacted on the post, post GIF and more, but more importantly, someone who tipped the post can be viewed.
Though, because the platform is still under its development and sometimes experienced overloading in their servers, it is quite understandable why uploading videos in the platform is not yet possible.
But let's set aside noise.cash as "underdeveloped" and think of it as a "fully-developed" platform.
So, how will Noise.cash can compete with other famous social medias with Bitcoin Cash?
Facebook allows its user to stream in their own Facebook page and get donations from their viewers with stars - a so-called currency or a monetization tool in Facebook that can be converted into real cash. Each stars is equivalent to $0.01.
But, sending and receiving this kind of custodial currency are putting its users in different risks. Aside from that it uses a third-party or a middlemen to buy and receive "stars", withdrawing the earned currency is not that easy and can be risky.
If you have changed or incorrectly put a wrong bank information for withdrawing your hard-earned stars, Facebook will hold your withdrawal application for month/s or even reject it. Read here for full but short information.
But Noise.cash and Bitcoin Cash distinguished these risks. How? Let's have an imaginary scenario:
If one day, Noise.cash will also allow streaming in the platform, streamers can freely and have full access to their own hard-earned money or BCH without the needs of banks for withdrawals. And because no one has custody over the amount you earned, not even Noise.cash itself, all the payments/tips that was sent to you from your viewers will immediately goes to your own BCH wallet without stacking it in the platform (if you wish).
You won't be needing to present any of your personal informations to take out your Bitcoin Cash out in the platform because you will only be required to have a BCH wallet to receive the payments/tips/donations in your streams, and because noise.cash is decentralized.
Posting Videos and Photos.
Noise.cash currently allows users in the platform to upload images but posting videos is not yet available (hoping to include this in the future).
Getting paid for every content you made in the platform is what you called "worthy" of your time. But Facebook doesn't have this unique idea of "tipping" a content from noise.cash.
Imagine, earning from your content that goes directly to your wallet. Getting paid with no one controlling on how do you need to withdraw, and this is possible because Bitcoin Cash is fast and have a very small amount of transaction fees.
If all of those things above will happen, competing to other social medias will have a higher chance for Bitcoin Cash to be adopted in other social media payments.
Decentralization, peer-to-peer and fast transactions is what social medias should be. And it's time for the world to accept Bitcoin Cash and change the custodial processes.
This ideas only came out from my appreciations for the team behind read.cash and noise.cash. They are doing a great job through these platforms, and people around it are accepting it as part of their daily lives.
And I am looking forward for more developments of these platforms along with the growth of Bitcoin Cash that I will soon witness.