I’m writing this to encourage people to come out of their shell – what I do the best, actually. Dive in!
As you could’ve imagined, I didn’t have any Bitcoin back when I started on BitcoLoan. All I had was curiosity and little “Internet experience”. I bet it’s the case for many of us “Gen X” people. I can predict your actions when you first come across the platform.“Oh wow there is so much I can do!” and then “What is all this stuff?” I presume you wouldn’t want me lecturing you about what this stuff really is; you’re more than welcome to enlighten yourself and look through the BitcoLoan Academy materials.
There are basically two ways of making money here – the long but cost effective one, and fast and risky. The second option suggest starting capital, which we don’t have. This is why today we’re focusing on the first one.
Forget about shy
Copy your referral link and spread the word about BitcoLoan! The more friends you find, the more assets you will save up. This is the most beautiful part of the system, I think. Find likeminded people and build your future together! These are not empty words – in the first week of attracting people to the platform, I made $370! I registered quite recently, and currently am focusing on moneymaking mechanisms. So far so good.
Get involved in the community life
Yesterday I attended the BitcoLoan webinar and found out a great deal about the token. Even though I don’t mess with airdrop, I am 100% positive now about keeping the token for myself. Now I only have 1000, but the perspective of earning more doesn’t seem unfeasible. Even my helping you with this story will make a couple. God, I do love rewarding work!
The third and most important rule is not to think small. It is hard to find a potential gold mine and even harder to make it work in your favor. Today, five people have registered on the platform thanks to me. I wonder what they have to say!
I hope you found my “guide” quite useful. Maybe we should host a webinar together. Please tell me what you think about it.
Terrel the Mentor