read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 829,360.21).
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.
With due respect, I gotta say and make this post that no other Cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin Cash has made such a positive impact on people's lives. Don't you agree?
It has two major blogging platforms running allowing users to showcase their talent and knowledge and for which they are being rewarded also.
Not to mention the price of 1 BCH isn't that less than it's been given as a reward and the amount is so much that I was shocked to know it. Ncash distributes daily $4000 of BCH daily that's a huge sum if you calculate it monthly. Correct me if I'm wrong here.
And the same goes for Rcash, I think this platform's funding is more than Ncash but I have no data on how much it is.
This is just the next level of work Bitcoin Cash is doing, attracting people for Crypto adoption and even giving them an opportunity to earn free BCH.
And as I told you 1BCH value is so much compared to any free crypto you get. I know you aren't getting it for free but the amount of time and effort you put here. No other place can reward you this much. Not to mention the amazing, generous and less toxic community you get here.
There are many other platforms also like gazecash and memocash which gives the opportunity to get BCH for your content.
So, Will, It Stay Like This Forever?
Nope, nothing lasts forever and so these two platforms will also. As you have already been awared by some old users of this platform, heh-e they are old now! That these two platforms run on funding and there's no guarantee when the generous funders will decide to stop the funds.
And Do You Know your small effort can increase this Platforms life and features?
See, when you gift someone the 10% of the gifted rewards directly go to the Rcash team. And let me tell you keeping a server alive and that a blogging server where the data is stored in a big amount is very costly. It's way higher than creating a blog. The more the users in a blogging platform, the more the server costs for maintenance and fast processing. Just search it yourself like take the example of Twitter. I won't spoil. So our small effort is capable of increasing the platforms life and features.
I just want to say, that just do a small part from your side to poke your friends and relatives about Crypto, especially Bitcoin Cash, tell them the right information and knowledge about this coin as for now by reading so many well-explained articles of BCH, I think it's already engraved in most of us minds that Bitcoin Cash has great potential and we Bloggers are supported by this coin, aren't we lucky? And shouldn't we do our best to spread the real truth about crypto coin projects. These two platforms have given people so much, they helped people in financial, medical, and educational emergencies etc.
I think we shouldn't take it for granted and should promote Bitcoin Cash as much as we can. You have the proof and knowledge of everything, then why feel the shame to accept or to spread your word about this underestimated project.
While entering Crypto I found the concept of Cardano (ADA) and Polkadot (DOT) very interesting but learning about Bitcoin Cash, I see it as a coin with greater potential than these. I know all the three coins have different roadmaps and functioning and it's not justifiable to compare these three. Rather I should be comparing BCH with it BTC and ETH but there the competition isn't that equal, Bitcoin Cash defeats them in every field in terms of innovation and use case.
This is just my opinion but a solid one, which I would definitely suggest my dear friends to follow.
I appreciate the effort you are doing to provide us with the right knowledge and help us to understand Crypto better, dear Bitcoin Cash community.
So Thanking You!
Hey can anyone check the letter I wrote is in the correct format? I think I was taught this format of writing letters in the early days of 6-7th standard which I still remember.