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This article is inspired by the Master of Memes, the co-founder of #Club1BCH, the most handsome (no offense to my other male friends, LOL), the most hard-working and efficient, the King of Everything,@PVMihalache. You mentioned that your ego is hungry, so here I am, trying to feed you some. :) Seriously, thanks for the idea. LOL.
In my 2 months, I have achieved so much, from the number of subscribers and my total earnings since day 1 to having a successful and still growing strong charity and getting so much support from everyone. Now, if you haven't subscribed to me on noise.cash yet, here are some of the best highlights of my noise.cash journey:
Never in my entire existence where my social media accounts were followed or subscribed with 1083 random users. This is insane!
First, I rarely post nature photos, not because I don't like nature but because I barely get out of my cage. LOL. Second, I don't have good food pics, too. In short, I don't have interesting posts, so getting a huge number of subscribers is something I never expected at all!
I guess they subscribed to me because of my BCH Charity Box. Whatever their reasons are, I am grateful for all the support they have for me and my charity.
You would not believe this but in 11 days on noise.cash, I already reached $21. This was something that made me super happy because I was once on different platforms before, like Tsu, and it took me months to reach my first $15. LOL.
Now, I have a total of $146.70, plus the 15% daily earnings I sent to The BCH Charity Box and the 2-week full blast recently.
Of course, I have to mention this here. Unfortunately, I can't find that post where noise.cash really did mention that he subscribed on my profile. He also tipped me several times.
This was when I shared a story about a former colleague.
6 months ago, I shared my RC referral link on FB. Many were curious about it. Then one guy asked me about RC. After a brief explanation, he then concluded that the site was a scam.
Then two days ago, I shared a blurred photo of my wallet. Then just received a notification from him asking if I could teach me how. I wonder how he reacts if I told him I earned those from the site he used to consider a scam. 😅😅
Aside from my read.cash fam, I've met more awesome friends, too. These friends are mostly non-read.cashers. Thanks to noise.cash, I met a lot such as the likes of @bm8ter@TheSnarfy@Crackers (although he already signed up on read.cash months ago, he stopped using the platform until he started again), @Oldschool, @rosellie, and a lot more.