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October 31, 2018, 10:12:02 PM
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i was i was hoping i could make some friend and money on the blockchain and post some video to and earn crypto
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November 01, 2018, 04:35:46 AM
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Well there's definitely platforms like that  although the earning money part isn't as easy as making friends and posting videos since your pay most likely will depend on how popular are your content.

I only know steemit and bitlanders but you could probably find more if you search on google. Well you should be producing quality content in both platforms but from what I experienced on bitlanders, tho its from long ago, its pretty loose like people who are friends with each other like or was it heart? each others post regardless of the content. And take note making friends is so easy too, you just have to make them notice you, either by marking all their post or by pm, not really sure but I think there is some kind of group chat? was too long ago, my memory is so vague. The biggest downside is the pay was too low.

Also, pretty sure this isn't suited in project dev, its more like on service disc.

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November 01, 2018, 05:27:32 AM
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Just an hour back, I read about Gab, the Blockchain social network used by the alt-right. Since the mainstream networks like Facebook and Twitter have expelled them, they have congregated on Gab, their last bastion of free speech for what the mainstream considers to be hate, conspiracy stuff, etc.

Gab has been disconnected from Paypal and Stripe, as well as from their web host, and even from their domain registrar GoDaddy. So, in the conventional sense, they can no longer function on the net.

Yet, they continue to exist, all thanks to blockchain tech! In fact, they have even raised finances for their functioning through an ICO.

The modus operandi is explained in the following extracts quoted from the article:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeldelcastillo/2018/10/31/the-alt-rights-favorite-social-network-gabs-plan-to-use-blockchain-to-make-itself-indestructible/

"There are blockchain alternatives to every single service currently disabling Gab. Paypal and Stripe may not want Gab using their services, but Gab can easily accept payments directly using bitcoin, ethereum, or privacy cryptocurrencies like zcash and monero."

"If Gab needs to replace GoDaddy for domain service (the addresses people use to find websites), Ethereum Name Service provides domains for decentralized applications built on the ethereum blockchain. Web hosting? No problem. Ethereum’s Substratum provides a decentralized alternative to Joyent."

Stunning use of blockchain technology dictated, as always, by necessity for survival rather than aimless tinkering around.




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November 01, 2018, 05:37:17 AM
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Indorse - a professional crypto-based social platform (just like LinkedIn) that let's you earn their native currency by participating in various tasks based on proof-of-claims where the endorser and you both will get paid in Indorse bucks that can be traded in Indorse tokens.

Though, SteemIt is the best place to earn STEEM by engaging in various conversations, completing simple tasks, making new friends, getting followers, posting videos, etc. Hence, there are even more if you want to know, I'm giving you 2 links to check out:
https://cryptohype.tech/top-5-social-media-sites-to-earn-cryptocurrency/
https://hackernoon.com/6-social-media-powered-by-blockchain-fdc41d16cb12

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November 01, 2018, 02:00:32 PM
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Steemit would currently be your best bet. I think it's definitely the only blockchain based social media network that hives you actual decent payouts for posting.
Just to give you an idea how much you could earn after a few months of writing.

I now earn around $5.00 worth of Steemit per post I make, sometimes more, sometimes less.
That's after I've made some friends, which took me a couple of months.

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November 02, 2018, 04:25:19 PM
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If you want to make crypto friends through social media, then try Steemit and Pivot. I think those two are the two known blockchain based social media now. As for the two you can make friends and as well as coin on the platform, presently pivot is distributing PVT to its users daily. Check the platform out and. You may be interested.

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