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Earn Bitcoin for Completing Simple Tasks

Earn Bitcoin for Completing Simple Tasks
By Adam Sharp
Date October 23, 2018

Instead of a traditional airdrop recommendation, today I’m going to tell you about a unique way to earn bitcoin online.

The service I’m talking about is Earn pays users to answer questions, complete surveys and do simple tasks on the web. Everything is paid out in bitcoin, and it costs nothing for users.

I’ve been testing Earn’s service for a few months now. And I now feel comfortable enough to recommend it to members. Earn is a legitimate company backed by major venture capitalists. I’ve earned $17 worth of bitcoin so far on Earn. And I’ve barely put any effort into it at all. All I’ve done is complete a few surveys and review a few crypto projects.

It’s a quick and simple way to earn some extra bitcoin. You can withdraw your bitcoin at any time.

Let’s go over how it works.

How to Earn

First, you’ll need to sign up for an account. Go to and click on the “Sign Up” button in the upper right-hand corner. You can either download a mobile app or sign up from your computer. You’ll need to confirm your email address.

Be sure to fill out your profile completely and include details about any specific expertise you have. During the sign-up process, I recommend connecting your LinkedIn profile to your Earn account.

You can set your own “reply price” under “settings.” This is the amount you charge to complete a task. I recommend setting it to either $1 or $5 unless you have a specific and valuable area of expertise (programmer, executive, etc).

Then you’ll want to apply to join some lists (categories of task subjects). Lists are how Earn’s clients find and contact their desired target markets. Companies come to Earn looking to reach a specific group of people.

Here are a few lists that may be a good fit for some of you:

Explore all of the lists here. There are many choices. But they lean toward tech and crypto due to the demographic using the service.

You will need to apply to each list individually. Some of them may not accept you. Just move on and go to the next. If you don’t see any lists that meet your profile, you can create one. (Note: This is an involved process.)

Airdrop notifications are an optional feature you can turn on under “settings.” You’ll need an ethereum wallet address. Do not use an exchange wallet for this. Use a software wallet or trustworthy hosted solution like I haven’t tested this out yet. If you do, let us know how it goes ( and we’ll share the results.

Note: It may take some time to get added to lists and start getting tasks. But if you put a little time into it, you can most likely score some bitcoin and possibly learn about some interesting startups in the process.

Good investing,

Adam Sharp
Co-Founder, First Stage Investor

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