There is that old wise saying: “If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.”

According to my own experience, in 90% of such type of encountered situations — this saying applies absolutely accurately; especially in the Internet world ( I should say traditional Internet world).

Because, ever since I discovered the realm of the CryptoCurrencies and the underlying technology of the BlockChain which architects the design and serves as an engine of these Coins/Tokens — this saying took a new shape by gaining a new dimension: “If something seems too good to be true, don’t let it preclude you from exploring.”

All of a sudden, I realized that was in the bubble of the Federal Reserve Central Banking beast and couldn’t believe how was I allowing myself to be such a mind-limited idiot.

I’m not denying, obviously there are scams in this space as well; but if you engage your common sense and rationale, keeping in the same time an open mind — you can tap into an unlimited/boundless stream of endless opportunities, using the BlockChain constantly as your own source with which you transcend into an indefinite broadening of your horizons. And when you look downwards, the Federal Reserve Central Banking cabal becomes a very very very small spot that you struggle even to notice from those heights .

BlockChain provides us with many vehicles to take this route and one of them is CryptoEmail (you can find more details about it here:

As a proof of my words, you can right now just go on their Website and complete the available Twitter tasks:

This is a dynamic platform so new tasks are listed and made available to complete for rewards on a regular basis.

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  1. Nicholas

    So, twitter tasks.
    First, thank you for sharing, maybe this is useful for some people.
    Second: twitter is just a piece of sh*t, where is the mass censorship and political discrimination rule the people. And they (the twitter staff) lie about themselfs in other politics-ruled media…
    I hope, they will collapse and crashed soon, with good help of decentralized social media, and then the memories of it is also gone. They deserve it. They brake the basic human rights, all the time.

    1. Cornel Post author

      I’m not denying your assertion about Twitter at all; but the point is that we should tend to transition from the Centralized system to the Decentralized one in a smooth manner, in this way less people will be victimized in the process.

      And while we’re doing this smooth transition, why not exploit a bit these Social Medias like Facebook and Twitter since they still have the most traffic for now? They exploited us for too long, it’s our turn to exploit them, squeeze and then when the right moment comes — dump them into oblivion and start enjoying the BlockChain ones solely…

  2. Infosion

    Well written, you’re absolutely right. The more you get into cryptos the more you understand the real potentials to it and how systems like the FED will hopefully simply have no place anymore (in the very far future probably .. πŸ˜‰ )
    Also never heard of cryptoemail before, sounds interesting! Thanks for sharing