An ambitious plan: I want to earn crypto every day, with every action

A few months ago I came up with an ambitious plan, a straightforward idea: everything and anything I do, every day, has to be a source of passive crypto income.


The good news is it is not as impossible as it sounds, the bad news is we’re obviously talking peanuts.


The first thing I did was I started using Brave. Brave, as most of you know, is a fast and efficient browser that also pays you to use it.


I set it up on my Windows 10 notebook but unfortunately I can’t use it on my iPhone (Apple supports Brave but not the crypto part).


That means that every day I earn some BAT, Basic Attention Token, the ERC-20 token that powers Brave.


In addition to that, I signed up to Honeygain, a browser extension that allows you to earn a BEP-20 token called JumpTask (JMPT) simply by using it. It feeds off the GB you use.


What else do I do every day? I walk. It took me a while but I finally found a decent app that pays crypto for walking (and quizzes and other things, ed.) called Young Step, which is paired to an exchange called Young Platform.


You earn Young (YNG), an ERC-20 token that used to have a fixed value and could only be used for internal exchanged, but it is now a tradable token (worth around $0.20) at the time or writing.


I make around 45 YNG (monthly) through that.


I’ve also been using Sweatcoin for months. I must admit I was tempted to delete it on more than one occasion, but I never did.


And that was a smart decision because Sweatcoins will launch a proper token (SWEAT, in partnership with Near Protocol) in September 2022.


I used the crypto.com entry-level card for as long as I could, getting the most out of the 1% cryptoback rewards programme, but unfortunately that’s now gone, so I’m using the Nexo card instead, with a cashback of (0.5%-2.0% in NEXO token, depending on the amount of NEXO you already hold).


And then lastly, I use various play-to-earn-style apps such as Bitcoin- and EthereumBlast daily. Along with FaucetCrypto, where I make a few dollars (payable in a variety of currencies, including BTC, LTC, BCH and more) monthly by completing simple tasks.


Now I just need to figure a way to ‘tokenise’ my beer consumption.


Got anything in mind?


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You can now buy a Breitling watch with Bitcoin

Good news if you’re in the market for a Breitling and also happen to own crypto: you can now buy your next Navitimer (or whichever other Breitling model takes your fancy) with a variety of cryptocurrencies.



The Swiss watchmaker teamed up with BitPay, which is sort of, kind of like a PayPal for crypto, to support crypto payments, meaning you can pay for the watch using, among others, Bitcoin, Dodgecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and five stablecoins: BUSD, DAI, GUSD, USDP and USDC.


This applies to every model on the site, ranging from the from the Endurance Pro, priced at $3,300, to the Premier B12 Tourbillon, which costs $53,560.



I guess Breitling didn’t want to be late to the party that other brands like Franck Muller (a watch with a built-in Bitcoin wallet) and Tag Heuer (integrated wallet to display your NFTs) are already attending.



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I got the cake

Here’s a string of bad ideas that I had.


First, I got into NFTs. Then I started minting my own NFTs. Then I told my ex I’m into NFTs. Then I agreed to help her with NFTs. Soldier’s rule: never volunteer for anything. Which I did. Dammit.


Anyway, she owns a pastry shop – or Pâtisserie if you’re reading this in France – and she thinks it might be a good idea to sell / gift NFTs of her cake(s) and pastries along with the actual, well, cakes and pastries.


And I agree. It’s a brilliant idea.


Still very much a work in progress, but I’ve created a page on crypto.com/NFT and minted the first NFT, a black cherry and chocolate cake.


So what does this have to do with you? Well, I’d like your input. What do you think? Let me know in the comments.



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Binance v Nexo v Crypto.com v Coinbase: survival of the… ?

Binance, Nexo, Crypto.com and Coinbase have been operating in the same space and competing for the same customers for a few years now.


They’re different flavours of the same soup. Like different versions of the same IPA from different Breweries.


On paper, all four provide staking/earning products, all four offer a debit card, all four are more or less user-friendly and all four require KYC. But having used all four for a while, I’ve come to believe they’ve got very little in common.


Let’s start with Coinbase. It is the most user-friendly (imo) and the go-to place for crypto if you’re just getting started BUT there’s a long list of BUTs.


BUT. Coinbase says you can earn interests on a few cryptocurrencies through the website (not talking about the wallet) but I’ve tried with Tezos and it didn’t really work so I ended up sending it to my Binance. BUT. It also has a debit card but the fees for using it abroad, as in outside the country where you’re KYCed, are obscene.


Binance is the complete package because it does a bit of everything. You can earn higher interests for some coins on Nexo but Binance does staking, it has its own debit card, and it combines traditional exchange features with proper DeFi products. It also has relatively low fees when compared to other three.


The way I see it, Crypto.com spent way too much money on marketing and found themselves in a bit of a pickle. They offer a sign-up bonus, same as Coinbase and Nexo, but you can’t actually use it unless you stake $350-400 worth of CRONOS, which is not exactly pocket change. On top of that, they’ve notoriously slashed cashback rewards, which means that they’re base-level card is now just another card.


Nexo is probably my favourite. Their token is a lot more stable than CRONOS, and unlike other equivalent platforms they give you higher interest rates on your crypto if you allocate 10% of your portfolio to their token. And allocating a percentage point rather than a fixed mount makes more sense, especially for people who don’t have hundreds of dollars to throw around.


They can coexist, and they can all keep thriving after this bear market phase is over. But when it comes to business decisions, mistakes outweight smart moves. In other words, there’s no point coming up with one brilliant idea if you make ten mistakes right after.


Crypto.com certainly made more mistakes than the other three. Binance only made one mistake (Terra Luna) but it was damn near lethal. Coinbase and Nexo seem to be treading more carefully.


So who’s gonna win?



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STRATEGY VS TACTIC

I’ve recently learnt the difference between strategy and tactic. I thought they were kind of the same thing but I was wrong. The strategy is the ultimate objective that’s determined by the circumstances. The tactic is how you get there.


In football, random example, you have to win games and score goals and that’s the strategy. The tactic determines how you get there.


The strategy with crypto is always the same: get the most out of your money and possibly become wealthier. The tactic? I’ve changed that at least four times.


I began using crypto because I started working for a crypto exchange that could only pay me in BTC, I didn’t even want it and I actually asked if I could be paid via PayPal. FORTUNATELY they said no.


Then I started actively buying by converting part of my BTC salary into Waves (sold), in Litecoin (still have some), DAI (still have some), NANO (sold), WOLLO (defunct), ETH (still have some) and a few more.


Then I started buying other altcoins through platforms, chiefly Coinbase.


Then I started focusing on crypto with high staking rewards but after the UST crash, I’ve ‘only’ lost about $100 on that one, I’ve decided to play it safe. I can buy $1 (symbolic) of anything and everything just on the off chance it 10,000Xs but most of my funds are in Bitcoin, Ethereum and a couple of stablecoins.


I still own a bunch of cryptos I don’t want anymore but I can’t sell because just about everything is down. So I’ll wait for the right moment and gradually get rid of most of them.


It’s like with coffee. My strategy? I need coffee, always. My tactic? It depends. Today, for example, I’ve bought instant coffee from the local grocery store at $0.10 per bag. Tomorrow I’m gonna be on the road so I’m going to have to opt for expensive espressos from the bar. Dammit.



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FALLING DOWN on all that I’ve ever known

Falling down is an amazing song by the Oasis and it is also what YNG, Young Platform’s utility token, is doing.


I’m not surprised, to be frank. This was the most predictable thing since Real Madrid’s UCL win. Real Madrid almost always win knockout games in the Champions League and newborn tokens almost ways dump right after they(‘re) pumped.


Young Platform is a decent crypto exchange but I think the fees are too high, they only recently added earn products and only for three cryptos (Tether, ETH and BTC), there’s still no proper staking and no debit card.


On the opposite side of the same coin we have Young Step, which is the only get-paid-to-walk app that works as promised. At least in my experience.


Young’s utility token, an ERC-20 token called YNG, was introduced a couple of years ago but until last week, it was only used internally with a fixed price of €0.24 per coin.


Over 4 million tokens (out of a possible 100 mln) were purchased during the pre-launch days and after the launch a couple of days ago, the token briefly went up to $0.29 before falling down to $0.20, below the initial ICO price, and it’s still falling down.


A few days from now, you’ll probably be able to buy a bunch of them for a fiver and hopefully, maybe, one day the token will be listed on Binance and Coinbase but until then… well. It’s falling down. Man, I love Oasis.



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WRITING

I’m having a Tiborg Deluxe, an Ethiopian Style Coffee Stout brewed by Ugar Brewery in a place with an impossible name in Hungary. Are you ready? The place is called Törökszentmiklós.


Read it once and say it again with your eyes shut and perfect Hungarian accent and win 1,000 LUNA. Hell, let’s live a little. You can even win 100,000. They’re worth close to nothing anyway. As we all know.


The reason I mention the beer I’m having is dual: one, it’s very good. And two, I just wanted to write.


I started writing over ten years ago but I’ve only been doing that professionally for three years in the sense that before 2019, I had to work other jobs to sustain myself because monetising creativity is the work of the devil. No, wait, let me rephrase that. Trying to monetise creativity is the same as trying to live in Serbia as a teetotaller: it’s doable, but difficult.


Back in 2016, I was looking for a gig as a content creator and happened upon a crypto exchange whose name I won’t mention, all I can tell you the name begins with W and ends with Irex. It was just a two-bit start-up back then and even though I’d heard of BTC before, I had no idea what I was going to do with it.


I asked to get paid on PayPal and thankfully, they refused. They said: “nope, crypto only.”


That, as you can imagine, turned out all right.


I wrote my first ‘car review’ in 2007, using the ‘notepad’ feature during a lunch break at the company I was working for at the time and nearly fifteen years down the line, I’m still in love with writing.


I love cars, crypto, watches and just in general I’m fond of all the domains and topics I cover while writing. But at the end of the day, to quote my former employer and the main reason why I started writing: “if you want to make a living writing about stuff, you have to like the things you write about, but you have to love writing.”


So what was the point of this post? No idea. But this beer is so good.



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Everything is cheap, keep buying if you can

Ripple (XRP) has been trading depressingly low for weeks now, with an average value of around $0.38, way below the ATH of around $3.8 of a few years ago. So I bought some more.


Bitcoin is desperately trying to stay above the psychological $30,000 line after a 9-week losing streak, and ETH can’t even go back up above $2,000. LTC is worth around the same as a couple of cocktails in Miami, BNB is worth around the same as the watch I’m wearing at the moment – and my watch isn’t expensive at all.


And BAT, boy oh boy, BAT. I’ve been using Brave Browser since late 2021 and so far I’ve made around 15 BATs, worth around $16-$19 when I started, and worth around $6 today.


So what to do about it? I’m just gonna keep buying.


Partly because the market won’t stay bearish and depressing forever but also because I stake everything I can and use the rest to earn interest and so not pot can never be too full.


Keep buying. Because what else are we gonna do with the money? Buy food? Pah. That’s so 2019.



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Heads up: Centurion Invest’s token’s public sale is live

Centurion Invest is a crypto exchange that combines a traditional wallet with the features of an exchange, including ETFs, stock trading and of course crypto trading.


After signing in (there’s a 1,000 CIX bonus), you can bake your own cake or you can subscribe to one of the pre-cooked programmes, depending on how much funds you can, or want to, allocate: baby shark, shark and whale.


They also have a Visa card that gives you the various perks you expect in the crypto world, including loyalty programmes and cashback. I have been using the platform for a few days now, after discovering it at the Tomorrow Conference in Belgrade a little over a week ago, but I’ve yet to order the card.


I’ve had the opportunity to talk to the founder at the conference and the project is intriguing. Plus, I’ve got around 50+ crypto-related apps on my phone. So one more can’t hurt.


CIX is the platform’s native token (ERC-20) and it is currently worth around $0.02 with a total supply of 2,400,000,000. The public sale goes live tomorrow, May 25th.



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Everyone is calling for crypto regulation in the European Union, but who’s the regulator?

The European Union is not a country. It isn’t a state, it isn’t a geopolitical entity. It is a forum, a virtual table around which 27 sovereign countries sit and discuss. These countries have vastly different interests and priorities and this is by far and away the biggest reason why the EU is in a bad shape.


These 27 countries, with different degrees of strength, are satellites of the United States.


In short, European Union countries just do what the United States allows them to do. Nothing more, nothing less. This becomes glaringly obvious when representatives of the Union are regularly snubbed during international meetings.


The media love to say it has to do with manners but that’s just red herring. The EU isn’t a company and the chairman isn’t a CEO. This is the reason why high-ranking EU officials consistently bash crypto without actually doing anything about it.


That’s because, for the most part, they can’t.


The EU is desperate to save the EURO, which is beginning to look like a failed project, but everytime they propose a new law and pass a new bill, the crypto market goes: “oh no! anyway”, and just carries on.


Within the boundaries of the European Union, you have countries that are at the forefront when it comes to crypto like Slovenia and Portugal, and you also have countries that simply ignore it, like Italy, mostly because they’ve no idea what it is or how it works.


Crypto won’t exactly self-regulate, but because of the way it works, it will keep on playing by its own rules, gradually (and slowly) bending regulators around it.


I am, whether I like it or not, a citizen of the European Union, even though I no longer live in an EU country. There are things about this entity that I quite like – freedom of movement (and trade) is certainly one of those – and others I don’t really like.


But that’s the beauty of crypto. At the end of the day, my opinion doesn’t matter. It doesn’t make a difference. And that’s true for me, you, and at a fundamental level, even for the president of European Commission.



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