W. Paul Alexander
Better Call Paul
Hello again to my growing list of followers as well as those who may be reading one of my posts for the first time. This is going to be short and sweet, and for a breath of fresh air among all of the FUD going on in the cryptocurrency world. As such, I am very proud and excited to be one of the few that has the honor of sharing positive news about a cryptocurrency project.
So, let's go back to the beginning of this post's topic: This earlier post I wrote, just a couple of days ago, after first joining the CryptoTab project. At first, after I wrote it, I started to fall victim to a little bit of the FUD surrounding projects like CryptoTab.
Because it uses Multi-level marketing as a method of generating users, and thus, profits for those users; some people have gone as far as calling CryptoTab a Ponzi Scheme -- but those who call all MLM businesses Ponzi scheme have no idea what a Ponzi scheme really is. Hell, Avon uses multilevel marketing; as does Amway and Mary Kay Cosmetics -- all companies that have succeeded using this model. Sure, the people at the bottom of the pyramid in a MLM business do not make that much money -- but they also don't put that much work in.
CryptoTab's MLM setup comes in the form of members receiving a percentage of their team's mining. Your "team" consists of up to 10 levels of people under you, and each of them are allowed 10 levels, etc, etc. This means that you can exponentially earn percentages of tens of thousands of people, theoretically.
Now, granted, if you want to make a significant passive income w/CryptoTab, you will need to build out a network. The company behind CryptoTab offers promotional materials completely free and easily accessible. It's really up to you how dedicated you want to get here. They even have a calculator that allows you to extrapolate out an estimate of your earnings based on the number of referrals you have participating on your team. I am going to shoot for a realistic number -- like 10 for my first level, for sure, but will help those 10 plan on how to convince their friends, family, and coworkers to download the browser.
*****UPDATE: They have also introduced something called Orange Pie, another affiliate feature that pays you each time someone downloads the browser. Right now, I believe it is $1 USD worth of BTC for each person that downloads the browser from your link.
For example, here is mine: https://inorangepie.biz/10093214. If you have a couple seconds of your time to download, install, and launch the browser via this link, you would be directly contributing to the evolution of my content to break into the Twitch and YT realms in addition to anything else that could present an opportunity. I would greatly appreciate it if you would do this for me.
Without further ado, here is a screenshot demonstrating the 0.00001049 BTC payment was made 12/2/2019 at 07:04 AM.
So, the fact that they have such a low payment threshold of 1000 satoshi only goes to further demonstrate their legitimate nature, rather than being a project that promises you bitcoin but has a payment threshold of .01 BTC, which is near impossible with the small amount of
In the spirit of transparency and full disclosure -- the night after I submitted the withdrawal request, I started to let pessimism creep it. This was unfortunate because experience has shown me that pessimistic anxiety generally only causes me undue stress and is almost always irrational. CryptoTab had not done anything to make me think they were fraudulent, so there was really no reason for me to worry in this manner.
So, I got up this morning and noticed that my balance in CryptoTab had gone down. When I looked at Electrum, the payment had posted.
Which brings me back to what I said before...
W. Paul Alexander