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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.
Quality crypto faucets encourage adoption of crypto currencies. They can accomplish three things, a side income for those who are willing to play by the faucet' rules, an income for the faucet developer or mass adoption of the cryptocurrency. Who doesn't like free money, eh?
A while back, I had been doing some research on how to get your account unspammed on read.cash because there were so many people asking everywhere I went. In the past I'd tell people to email read.cash's developers.
Yet, I wondered if anyone else had figured out a better solution? Well after I realized that it was really logistically impossible for the devs to manually unspam everyone's account. I decided to presearch it.
Because I thought, "Okay, maybe the devs have talked about the algorithm that checks your account and unspams you."
Now, from my research, I can say that they haven't elaborated in detail about this. It seems that it's all one big algorithm, both the one that rewards you and the one that marks an account as spam. It all depends on your activities.
For example, I'm in @carisdaneym2 's telegram chat and here I was able to ask @MicroReylatos how his account was eventually unspammed. Essentially he said that the system eventually recognized his activity as human and therefore his account was unspammed.
Interestingly enough, while doing the research, I did come across the real reason why read.cash and noise.cash were created. This is an interesting story for those who don't already know.
By reading several comments from the developer of read.cash, you see the panorama of the purpose of read.cash, noise.cash and the Tips Faucet:
Which is to change humanity's perception of crypto currencies via Bitcoin cash (BCH) at the grassroots level. From the bottom up. If the majority of humanity can see how crypto benefits them, they'll be more likely to defend it against unjust laws. When the time comes, they will stand up for it!
This is my observation as to why it possibly happens:
Your writing style or structure: If it's very similar in many of your articles and you just changed the topic. The algorithm could categorize you as a bot and mark you as spam. This is because there are tools that change the words of an article to make it a "different" one yet it essentially turns out looking very similar. It's called spinning articles. TIP: Change up your writing style so it doesn't look too much like everyone else's. Add some humor. Make it yours! :D
How you interact: Do you reply back to comments on your articles? If so, are your interactions with others very similar? Like using the same sentence structure and similar words over and over. TIP: Try to comment with two sentences minimum. You can check your own comment history to compare if your comments are too similar.
Activeness: Are you reading other's articles? How often do you sign in to read.cash? TIP: Subscribe to interesting authors and read their articles that appear in your notifications box. If you are no longer interested, it's okay to unsubscribe.
Growing the community: Are you helping grow other authors by tipping them or commenting their articles? A healthy community means a healthy cryptocurrency (BCH). Healthy BCH means catching the attention of new eyes. TIP: If you don't have money to tip a quality article, leave a relevant comment.
The community's reaction: How do other authors interact with you? Are they staying to read all the way to the bottom to like, comment and subscribe? Or are they clicking away? TIP: Bring value to your avid readers. Think about how your article will help them grow. Make your perspective unique. How do you know what's unique and what has been said a thousand times? By reading other's articles then writing about what wasn't said already by many others. NOTE: This is different than writing about the same topic. You can write about the same topic, however, use different words, ideas, structure, find a unique angle. ;)
Grammar: Google a free tool to help. I personally like using Word Counter.io it checks your grammar and runs a word counter! The bot likes 600+ words. ;) TIP: Check the connotation of your words via dictionary.com. Different words are used to paint a different picture in the reader's imagination.
For example:CLUMSY vs GRACELESS. They both are synonymous, meaning they mean almost the same thing, in this case they can both be used to describe awkwardness. However, they have a slightly different FEEL to them, a different IMPLICATION.
Clumsy is more like awkward because of lack of agility and Graceless is more like an awkward that is unsophisticated. A tool I use is Thesaurus.com.
Words can make the difference between a good article and an awesome one!
Emotions: Are you putting emotional intelligence into your articles? I've noticed that sometimes therandomrewarder really likes raw emotions. Did you make him cry? Smile? Or BOTH? Hehehe TIP: Adding emotions and personal experiences unique to you causes the bot to drop by with a tip! Just remember to keep it classy, nothing too raw. Plus, Humans are emotional beings. It'll also help you connect with other authors. Making you relatable.
To sum this up, this platform we're on is an effort to onboard thousands of people onto crypto. Those funding this project and the devs are not giving away free money. Rather, they are purchasing your time and proof of work to get you to try BCH and eventually educate yourself about crypto. Which is exactly what is happening with many here. There are a lot more articles of attempts to trade and HODLing than when I first signed up.