A funny fact in the realm of CryptoCurrencies is that as the price of Cryptos has been declining considerably for the entire 2018 year so far, the number of Cryptos continued to increase considerably despite all the fud.
From all this multitude, some of them are indeed a precious addition to our beloved market; while some of them, unfortunately, are just clones of the Bitcoin or other already established coins and tokens with a few twists stuck to them to give the illusion that are different, when in reality they evidently aren’t.
But there are out there even worse: the ones that appear on the market, claiming to be real businesses projects, but without having any live product or any concrete empirical representation of how and when exactly they are going to deliver their product. And of course, the worst of the worst — the ones who never even intend to ever deliver any product, aka the infamous scams.
Now, in this space, fortunately or unfortunately, the idea of not necessarily having your product live before your coin/token starts getting traded on the markets — is pretty much accepted; it goes without saying that if you do have it from this early stage is better, but definitely not an imperative as turns out…
My preferences are obviously tilted towards the ones who possess and can already provide their own product to the public before their coin/token gets listed on any of the exchanges, that’s why I tried to introduce my readers to the CryptoEmail project (find more info here: https://trybe.one/the-whole-world-should-know-about-cryptoemail/)
However, what I didn’t mention is that CryptoEmail has not only one live product that I was displaying http://cryptoemail.cc?mref=534
In fact it has many more and one of them is this one: http://howtoearnbitcoinonline.com?mref=25
It’s called HowToEarnBitcoinOnline and is essentially an aggregator of affiliate marketing, promoting products and services, linking to websites, registering for airdrops or on websites, writing articles or blogs posts, uploading videos and content, Bitcoin advertising networks, selling website traffic for Bitcoin, gambling and betting sites using Bitcoin, and lots of different bitcoin faucets that pay.
You can easily participate in these activities right now and be remunerated. In next articles I’m planning on going more in depth about it and break it down in order to help the audience grasp it.
Disclaimer: I disclose that I’m paid to promote CryptoEmail project which has its own ERC-20 native token called cMail. There is no guarantee when this token is going to be listed on any market, if ever; nor, at any point, I guarantee its future price/value, if any price/value at all. However, I chose to promote it not because of the monetary incentive alone, but also because I truly believe in its product, service and vision as a whole; that being said, you should realize that my belief might be biased and you should do your own research and take actions based on your own investigation and not based on my beliefs.