Earn Money With Cryptocurrency

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earning with cryptocurrency

Okay, so I’ve been earning with cryptocurrency for several years now. If you’re looking to earn with cryptocurrency, then right here is the place to be.

To give you a bit of a backstory I’ve been playing around with Bitcoin since 2013. I started my journey in the tail end of the 2013 pump. Prices about then were on a slow decline from $1000 after the bubble, which would bottom out at $100 and leave most people’s dreams in bits. Of course that was relatively short-lived as Bitcoin peaked at just under $20,000 per Bitcoin in December 2018.

Prices right now could be better. We sit in a bear market waiting for the next halvening to take place at around $7000 per bitcoin, and then prices should start to surge. So if you’re reading this article at the end of 2019, or the first half of 2020 it’s a good time to start collecting some bitcoin for later. When Bitcoin pumped last time I made a killing. I’ll show you how you can do it too.

Okay, firstly you’re going to want to get some Bitcoin. If you know how to get it already then you can skip this part. Bitcoin is like the gateway into the cryptocurrency world. It’s the coin that can be traded for literally any other coin or token out there. If you have Bitcoin then you can just about buy anything related to crypto.

How to buy Bitcoin. It’s easier than you think

If this was four years ago then you would be able to trade with other people easy and anonymously. Now, because the banks and the government have thrusted their presence into the sphere then you’re going to need to complete a KYC check for whatever place you sign up for. KYC means Know Your Customer — it’s basically so that the powers that be can check up on you whenever they need to. Personally, I don’t like it. I’m a Bitcoin purist in the sense that I think it should be traded freely and anonymously.

Alas, I am but a small cog in a massive machine. But I can certainly show you how to buy it by going through as little KYC as possible.

Local Bitcoins

You can pretty much buy Bitcoin safely and securely through this place, and how to do it is really straight forward. Every Bitcoin seller will have their terms in their advertisement. For instance, I get my Bitcoin via bank transfer — so I am able to select one from all the advertisements that offer Bank Transfer.

Also, it’s a really good idea to only pick the sellers with a huge amount of trades with at least 98%+ feedback. When you do this then chances are that your trade will be reputable and easy.

Some further tips:

  • Add a layer of authentication security. People are always looking to scam you out of your money
  • Work up a good rapport with your sellers. If you do, then some have preference trades where they will sell cheaper to their proffered buyers.

Got Bitcoin? Excellent. Let’s get on with the show

Earn money with cryptocurrency – The easiest way

First on the list would be steemit.com. No need to do anything fancy; just produce something that’s nice to see and you will earn money, well, crypto to be exact. Steemit is like a sort of artists philanthropy site. Kind of. I say kind of because the philanthropists get rewarded too.

earn money with steemit

How do you earn from steemit?

Are you good at writing articles? Are you good with drawing? Or taking photo’s? Or whatever the case me be — then sign up for a steemit profile and get going. It’s like medium but has a little more scope than medium and it has several on-the-side chains that process different parts of the arts. For instance there’s dtube and 3speak for people that like doing videos, and there’s Appics for people that enjoy Instagram type apps. There’s a whole range of them.

It’s simple. Sign up, start earning. The platform is slightly different from any other one you’ve come across before so don’t be thinking that it’ll be the same. There’s a bit of a learning curve attached to it but after a little while you’ll be fine.

How do I earn?

Steemit is a bit like high school but with artists. You have to saddle up to those with big stake and make yourself known. That way when it comes to the crunch then you’ll have people that will give you big upvotes, and big upvotes = lotsa cryptocurrency / cash.

Of course some people aren’t blessed with the networking and people skills that I have so it may take them a bit of courage to reach out to just anyone. Shyness is real, as is anxiety. But the trick would be to just get yourself in a community in the first place. On Steemit, generally people don’t vote on who they don’t know, so pick a community that suits you and roll with it. Don’t worry, they will come to you! And if you’re any good, people will be fighting over you.

How much do I earn?

Realistically speaking this can be anywhere between nothing and thousands depending on how good you are. But there are communities out there supporting people that want to learn. There’s something out there for everyone.

Apart from steemit.com there isn’t really anywhere you can earn with no money and have some cryptocurrency in your wallet by the end of the day. But you DO have options. You CAN buy yourself a little Bitcoin and try supporting something. For instance:

Just Game – Think of it as an investment

Just Game is an excellent starter — these guys here are the only other place that I know of that have the little man in mind. You see you’ll have to be very cautious of the cryptocurrency world. People in there know how easy it is to lose money and there’s nothing you can do about it. No banks or policemen to save you this time — so you have to be super careful. Alas, just.game is a beezer of an investment.

Make no allusion here, it’s called a game because there is a potential to lose some money in this thing but if you play it right then you’ll be fine.

It’s a game that’s never been tried before. The potential of this game is incredible (and exciting) and it’s why there’s over 3 Million dollars of money’s worth invested into the game already and we’re only into the first week. Interested? If I were you, I would be.

earn money with cryptocurrency

The game is fairly simple if you read and understand their rules well – a link to the Wikipedia page can be found here. Please read these, I know there are people that don’t, but please do. This will help you in the future.

  • You buy boxes. That is it. Each box can be bought for 25 Tron (trx).
  • When other people buy into the project then you get a royalty share of their buy in. Call it a trickle down effect
  • You can open your boxes for a 2x share in your current royalties. But if you own close to no royalties then you won’t get much. Plus you can’t take part in the glitch or any updates. You’ve opened them.
  • The last 100 people to invest get a 1% share in the total pot — which it stands at least $10,000 per person and we’ve only just begun.
  • Every hour until the timer runs out there is a glitch. This happens when no-one buys in for a whole hour. Then tron (trx) is dropped on every box holder and there is a massive discount on the purchase of future boxes.
  • Every round that you play, you get a loyalty bonus. After the timer runs out then round 2 begins then you’ll have a certain amount of loyalty credits that you can either withdraw or reinvest.

Some people are viewing this game as a get in / get out conquest, but if you keep reinvesting and growing then you could have the potential to work up A LOT of oomph 🙂

But hey! Due diligence please folks. This isn’t financial advice and I certainly don’t want you going off and remortgaging your house on my say so.

But it’s certainly exciting and a lot of fun hoping to be the next guy with a lambo on the street.

Last but not least Freebitco.in

It’s one of the easiest and oldest ways to earn yourself some free bitcoin. Don’t count on it being huge amounts though, in fact it will be more than likely very little. But at the moment it will be a great way to test out your metal with a bit of free bitcoin whilst you’re learning.

earn money with free bitcoin

What is it?

Well, it’s really for everyone that’s looking to earn money from cryptocurrency. Sites like these are actually quite good when there’s a boom or a bubble. Especially if Bitcoin is at $20,000 a pop. Those cents you were earning before will have migrated into dollars. When the price of Bitcoin goes through the roof, as does the amount you earn.

Why have I given a site that earns very little?

To be fair, my friend, most places in the cryptocurrency world are geared up for investors and people that are willing to pump your project full of money. There are very, very few places that you can earn something for nothing. This is one of the last remaining few of them. I promise you that.

Also, when you get skilled at departing this site of it’s bitcoin then you’ll find there are many more sites like this that give away small, free amounts of bitcoin. Under a massive pump then you will see that earning money with bitcoin isn’t that hard.

Massive pump?

Every so many years the difficulty of Bitcoin halves sending the prices of the coins through the roof. It’s basically every so often they become rarer and rarer and less easy to get. And as our value in most things seem to be eternally decreasing, bitcoin is something that gets rarer and more valuable as it ages.

Use due diligence, and don’t just see dollar signs and pump into anything

I’ve been around the cryptocurrency world for at least six years now, and one thing that I’ve learned wholeheartedly is that if it seems too good to be true then it generally is. Don’t get fooled by these doublers, and investments that promise you a solid return. Bitcoin is finite. You need to remember that. Every coin in a currency has a cap. And if there are a thousand people taking a thousand coins daily then there will eventually be an upper limit.

Be smart!

22 COMMENTS

  1. As I was working on my MBA, I got introduced to bitcoins. I had never heard of them before. However, I wonder id cash will come to point to where they will no longer exist. I just feel like it is something that is completely a risk but in a good way. Mostly, an opportunity. I have experienced that even those opportunities that fail, are competently worth it because one grows and learns. 

  2. Superb article. I, too, invest in cryptocurrency; I even have a website devoted to it. I’m rather new to the gaming side of things. I’d also never heard of Steemit. You really opened my eyes to some new ways to earn/make a little bit of BTC.

    I totally agree with you about the fact that government involvement has made the world of crypto less enjoyable. They saw a liquid asset and slammed the gavel on our freedom. Now we even have people wanting more government involvement. So much for the original intent of Bitcoin.

    I am going to look into the websites you mention in your article. Great work!

    • Good luck! The list that I gave is really good. There aren’t many places that you can earn from scratch. Or at least earn from a little bit!

  3. Cool article! I honestly never imagined that today, cryptocurrency could be so popular. Because in the past, everything in it looked very closed. However, now everything is completely transparent.

    I also got money from bitcoin about 2 years ago. At that time (4 years ago), I was just fun to buy with 500 USD. But it turned out that the currency had such extraordinary interests, that it became around 3000 USD, before I sold it. Because there is fear of buble. But apparently it can increase to touch the number 16 thousand years ago. Really crazy!

    And now, if I want to buy again, it looks like it’s “a bit late”. But thanks for your writing, I was able to mine again especially Steemit. I also read about Steemit, but it wasn’t very clear, so I read what you have written today.

    Once again, thank you very much for your writing Raymond. Give me a few days, to try writing on Steemit. But, just now I signed up using a link from you.

    All the best!

  4. I haven’t done enough study into this therefore, it’s still like learning greek to me.  I’m not sure if one has to buy whole bitcoins or can just slowly increase their holdings in small increments.  That’s pretty much the reason I have stayed away from getting involved in the currency.

    Even after reading your post it still doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me.  Is there some training available within these sites you have mentioned that will help newbies like myself get a grasp of how to do this?  

    You’ve explained some of the “How” but I need more.  I’m interested but, at the moment, I just can’t seem to wrap my mind around it yet.

    Wayne

    • Hey Wayne. I feel you. You can invest as little as you want. You can spend less that $1 if you wanted to, and in return you would get fractions of a bitcoin.

      YouTube is a good place for training. SO many videos on what it is. Just don’t get too hooked on the what and the why? 

      Think of it this way — do you need to be a financial stockbroker to receive and give dollars? No. Then why are you trying to be one in Bitcoin?

      You buy some, you sell some, you give some. Done! 🙂

  5. Hey Raymond, Thanks for writing on Earn Money With Cryptocurrency. You have done a grate work for me. I am also looking to earn via cryptocurrency. I know little about Bitcoin but your post helped me a lot. Now I understand know bitcoin is finite and each currency have their upper limit. Thanks for your guide.

    Parveen

  6. Hi Raymond,
    Thank you for this lots of information; first, to let you know I have signed up with Steemit via the link you sent.
    I have always had a wrong conception that you need lots of cash to start cryptocurrency but you corrected that today.
    Now I know that I can start earning by simply writing articles and sharing a post in Steemit, while I build the business around it.

    • Have fun using it – you’ll earn if you can write. My tip is to look at how the other big earners are doing it. Also, get yourself into a community 🙂

  7. This is an interesting article particularly in terms of the pump which you see coming.  I had the chance, a number of years ago, to jump into Bitcoin at $100/coin and did not because the concept was too new to me.  Like you I entered the alt coin world toward the end of the first up swing.  I have all my holds which are pretty low right now, but I am looking forward to a surge.  Thanks for the suggestions here about simple, safe ways to purchase bit coin.  I am looking forward to the fulfillment of your prediction about a coming surge.  This is a very exciting post.

  8. Raymond, this is a great review for anyone wanting to know how they can get in on some bitcoin investment. Most reviews cover investing money or mining for bitcoins. You covered steemit, a site that allows you to earn bitcoins, no guarantees but if you got talent, why not? Gameit is also interesting as it has a gaming element to it which takes into consideration winning and losing. Yes, you can loose money in investment too. Some additional info that would help is the risk associated with Bitcoin and how does one take that into consideration when getting involved. 

    • I had never heard of GameIT until this very moment. After a quick google search I’ve found it. Thanks for the heads up — I’m going to look into this 🙂

  9. The article about “Earn Money With Cryptocurrency” is nice. Even I am looking for buying the bitcoins but didn’t know the easy way. After seeing your article it gives clear information about getting bitcoins. I choose “steemit” because, I am good at drawing, so it easy way to get the cryptocurrency.And thanks for giving the valuable information about the websites. and keep doing more articles for people to use. 

  10. Hi Raymond,

    it is fairly a new world of investing for me now. I have heard of Bitcoin for years but always thought it is a scam. But with reviewing a few websites, I have built some confidence over it. Like every other thing, one needs to learn and try to know the game and be prepared to lose money. As you have mentioned there is no police or bank to protect you from loss. I feel there is a money-hungry world to snatch money out of your wallet.

    I am not sure why government intervention in crypto is such an unacceptable feeling among investors. I am not sure what the government controls in this digital marketing.

    I may consider getting into getting a bit of free Bitcoin from your education and recommendation 

    • Hi Anusuya,

      Most of us that started in Bitcoin went into it because there was zero government involvement. It was like a free for all. Rough, but that’s what a free-for-all is. It’s dog-eat-dog. Now the government gets involved under the guise of our safety but really it’s all about the money. Nothing is ever done for our safety.

      Good luck!! It’s fun if you do decide to 🙂

  11. Hi Raymond, thanks very much for sharing about your story and those platforms. I’ve became interested with bitcoin recently due to my friend’s success in bitcoin trading, so I also want to learn about them. Is it too late to start now? Do you think bitcoin will be a better investment compared to stock trading? I’m still in research phase before starting for real, so thanks for answering my questions.

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