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read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 545,710.91).
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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Heads up to platforms where you can make income in BCH
Certainly many are curious to know where and how to make some money in Bitcoin Cash, or rather, which legitimate platforms are used to monetize online content and thus be granted some equivalent value in Bitcoin Cash, of course, if readers or followers like it.
The Bitcoin Cash community is graced by a wide range of platforms where the user can certainly do some extra, whether as an online content creator or even being a fanatic for 'tweets' and thus receive tips in Bitcoin Cash.
Well, there are several but I'll focus on the ones I use and give my opinion according to the experience I've had using them, I think it's a good way to let more people know about them if you've already had a good one feedback on them than sharing platforms I've never used:
User for over a year, this platform for bloggers and online content creators was created at the end of 2019 and rewards its users who publish content on the platform, whether they are articles, videos and images, and this reward is paid in the cryptocurrency Bitcoin Cash that have the ticker (BCH).
And how it works!
When the content creator or even blogger publishes your article, image or video, the reader who reads it and likes it may well give a Bitcoin Cash tip as an incentive to give more strength to this same creator to continue to share good publications. And not only that, the platform is also composed of a robot with artificial intelligence that rewards the best content creators, of course following parameters that only he knows and were established by the website's developer.
Tips are sent directly to the content creator's online wallet, as the site comes natively embedded with a Bitcoin Cash wallet, meaning the user's account is also an encrypted Bitcoin Cash wallet and the user controls all their funds.
This platform was created in late 2020 and works exactly like Twitter, but unlike this social network, noise$ allows its users to earn Bitcoin Cash for their content shared on the platform. These tips received in Bitcoin Cash are in the form of 'likes' which users receive for creating unique and different posts that make a big impact on the platform.
The platform has been gaining a lot of interaction, and in addition to receiving tips using the fund created for this purpose (generously donated by Marc de Mesel), readers and followers can also send tips via QR code and thus encourage content creators to write more . Unlike read_cash, this platform doesn't come built-in with Bitcoin Cash wallet, the user has to add a compatible external wallet to be able to receive tips after stipulating how much payment they want in Cashout.
This platform is also a social network built on top of the Bitcoin Cash blockchain that rewards all its users in the Bitcoin Cash cryptocurrency and SLP tokens. The same works for those who want to join it and unlike the other two above is completely decentralized.
The platform can be used either in web version or even by downloading the app from the play store. Note that this is not only a social network, but also a space where Bitcoin Cash lovers can also create and trade cryptocurrencies. These coins created thanks to SLP technology which allows anyone to have their own crypto and the most interesting thing to be able to exchange directly on the platform.
Memo.cash needs some Bitcoin Cash deposited in the user's account to be able to use it, without this deposited amount, the user may not be able to interact on the platform (publish, comment, likes in posts, create cryptocurrencies, etc.) but, good news is that this amount to deposit is very small. The user only needs less than ten cents of the dollar equivalent in Bitcoin Cash to be able to use the platform.
Those who like the content can tip Bitcoin Cash or even give away some SLP tokens as a sign of appreciation for the content. This platform has an SLP token trading market that users can use to buy and sell SLP tokens and thereby earn some Bitcoin Cash.
Member.cash is somewhat similar to memo.cash, and anyone who has a memo account might as well connect to it and use it in member.cash. It is completely decentralized and serves mostly for discussions of issues inherent to Bitcoin Cash, various issues, photographs etc and thus gain reputation on the platform.
Here as in memo.cash, those who like the content can send some satoshis as a sign of appreciation for the good work.
Lazyfox.io is basically a task platform where users get paid in Bitcoin Cash for their performance. This platform was developed by programmer Tobias B and is based in Germany, Berlin. Incentives for task-fillers, survey participants, to complete bounties are rewarded in Bitcoin Cash.
The platform is very good for people who want to see their product gain visibility in the market, assigning tasks to members interested in fulfilling the goals set by the business owner and thus receive equivalent money in Bitcoin Cash.
Of course there are more platforms to make some money in Bitcoin Cash online, but I've never used them and it would be a little doubtful to be sharing them if I've never had that experience. The ones I mentioned above are the ones I consider legitimate and well-developed and work for the dissemination and promotion of Bitcoin Cash.
By the way, I couldn't forget about Reddit, where in the r/BTC and r/BitcoinCash community there is a robot (chaintip) that rewards the best posts in 24 hours with Bitcoin Cash. The other mention also goes to Twitter, the chaintip is also available here, where enthusiasts tip the posts they like most on the platform.
Therefore, the Bitcoin Cash community has several ways to distribute rewards and thus spread your domain and increase the level of worldwide recognition. There are few platforms that provide crypto, except faucets, and there are generous people who know that the best thing for the people is to have knowledge and use Bitcoin Cash to develop their lives and thus give the currency notoriety.
In fact, Bitcoin Cash works and these platforms only prove that the more sites there are to reward users for their work, the greater their adherence.
P.s: a mention of the @CryptoMax project, Bitworkerss.cash that will be the biggest marketplace for users to post their skills and thus be hired to receive Bitcoin Cash for their work. (The website is still under development and Flipstarter is already active).