read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 844,443.77).
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.
Exactly twenty-two months yesterday, the devs surprised the BCH community with their micro-blogging platform called noise.cash. A lot has happened since then, and many features were also released. There were a few dramas as well.
However, our favorite platform is nearly coming to an end. We have started seeing the signs, but before it happens, let me highlight some of the best memories I have of my 22-month noise journey with you. I have a lot, but let's focus on the ones I documented here.
In the early days, the Talking Head actively posted and engaged in the comments. He would even tip users and renoise their posts whenever he likes them. I was one lucky noisers whose posts were noticed and got tips. Whenever he noticed mine, I felt like a celebrity saw me in the crypto world. It was a great feeling, indeed.
This screenshot was a tip I received from the Talking Head when I made a post about buying some BCH using my own money.
Another one was a tip he made for my BCH Charity Box posts.
I initiated The BCH Charity Box along with a friend who's no longer active on both platforms. His name is @bm8ter, and he is the man behind the logo we have for the Charity Box. Our goal is to help people through Bitcoin Cash with support from the BCH Community.
Since we started this charity, we have already helped a few people. We didn't only get to help our fellow Filipinos but also a few from countries like Indonesia, Venezuela, and even the US.
This Charity Box wouldn't be possible without the support of everyone in the community. I cannot name them all, but I have a screenshot from an old post that donated a large amount.
Unfortunately, I had to end the charity because I noticed that some people were posting the dead body of their relatives to get the attention of the generous people in the community. Some would even DM me on TG, and their posts were similar to some of my previous beneficiaries. Another reason is charities are not allowed on the platform.
Still, I'm grateful that the Talking Head didn't summon me to stop this. He saw that I was doing it for a great cause, not for my own sake.
If you think my noise journey was all sugar, spice, and everything nice, well, you're wrong! I experienced hardship too. Not just once but a few times. Despite not receiving tips for almost a month, I stayed loyal to the platform. I would still do my routine every day on the platform. After nearly a month, my posts started to receive tips again.
Last year of September, I published an article with the title Never Take noise.cash For Granted. This article explains why one shouldn't take the platform for granted because of the opportunity to earn. In September 2021, I made $203.45 (0.40625496 BCH), while $197.57 (0.30738154 BCH) in August.
See how rewarding noise was back then? And because of the article, I captured Sir MarcDeMesel's attention and tipped me $500 or 1BCH at that time. Of course, I didn't receive the total amount of $500 since there was a 10% fee.
Believe it or not, but I don't earn much before. I only started making better earnings in mid-2021. That was probably when Sir MarcDeMesel sponsored the platform all by himself. Thanks to him and, of course, to the devs, we experienced earning huge at some point in our noise journey.
It didn't last long, but I'm happy I got to screenshot this for future purposes. I also shared this on my Facebook account to flex how noise could be a better platform than the other social media we know. I didn't turn this to brag to my friends but to encourage them to join the platform.
How can I forget my three channels? Yes, I own three, but only one remains active. Of all my channels, my favorite is Proud Bisaya, where I met many good friends.
I created this channel so my fellow Bisaya noisers, particularly the newly registered ones, can find an excellent place to start their engagement. So happy to say that we reached a total of 4,175 members.
We had fun on this channel. We had countless giveaways and stuff, where many received special upvotes. I am also happy that my friend @GlenCanete has been there for me to support our activities in the channel.
The other two channels I own are BCH Goalsand Play-To-Earn Games. They are not as active as Proud Bisaya, though. One day, when the time comes that we can finally create a channel on the dot app, I will make sure to revive Proud Bisaya so we can continue our fun stuff there.
At the time of writing, my subscribers have reached 6,576 now. Thanks to everyone who subscribed to me, chose to stay and constantly interacted with me until now. You guys are amazing! Thank you for making my noise journey a memorable one.
I have a feeling that our favorite micro-blogging platform is nearly coming to its end. We don't know when, but I feel it will happen since most of us barely get any Free Tips anymore, and the platform is getting quieter now. Moreover, people are more active on the dot app now. Although there is no announcement by Simon yet, if you think about it, there's no point in having two noise platforms. There should only be one.
Yes, it's hard to think that we will be saying our goodbyes soon, knowing this platform has been a massive part of our daily lives, but we still have more reason not to be sad. The good thing is it's not the end of everything yet since we have the noise 2.0 version, and we can still interact with each other. If you haven't followed me there yet, here's my account.
Yesterday, noise celebrated its 22 months, so to all who joined on the 24th of December 2020, BELATED HAPPY 22ND MONTHS to us!