Congratulations Publish0x on achieving the 100K registered accounts milestone. Well done, you are going from strength to strength.
To celebrate Publish0x is running a Simple Quick One Week Writing Contest where we make a list of between 3 and 10 of our favourite Publish0x authors and why we love reading their content.
My 3 Favourite Publish0x Authors Are:
At Number Three:
- Joined January 2020
- 1565 followers
- BIO: I'm a futurist, cryptocurrency enthusiast, techie, artist and aspiring land surveyor. I like to solve problems. I have some ideas for a planned community.
- BLOG: Magic and Lasers.This blog is dedicated to the talk of Cryptocurrency topics, Futurism, Technology, and scifi/Fantasy.
- Twitter: @AuthorRichardL
Not only is SkinnerCrypto the self titled "Internet Arsehole Supremo" but he is the real deal. Not afraid to say whatever or be the butt of his own jokes.
He had set himself a target for the month of April of earning $US200 from online activities and smashed it with a grand total of $US350.03. Not happy with that he is going for $US500 for the month of May. SkinnerCrypto writes about a wide range of interesting topics and has his own very distinctive style. In his May 02 post he shares some insights on his success:
At Number Two:
- Joined February 2020
- 1073 followers
- BIO: I look like an expert.
- BLOG: Cryptonators Airdrop Hunt. Better be prepared when you go Airdrop Hunting.
- Twitter: @mindleading
Not only does he look like an expert but has a sense of humour. Covers a wide range of subjects that are written in an engaging style. Not afraid to ruffle some feathers. Likes to comment and will always reply if you comment on one of his posts. And did I mention the sense of humour. An example of that sense of humour is his post:
And My Number One Publish0x Author Is:
- Joined February 2020
- 55 followers
- BIO: My name is Ramón Oropeza, I am a cook, I like cryptocurrencies and I want to have my own bakery!
- BLOG: Stories of a Venezuelan wanting to live
Ramon first six posts were about how he was trying start his own bakery in Venezuela and how he was accepting Bitcoin Cash in his small business. Ramon's stories struck a chord with me. I read them with mixed emotions, despair, sadness, hope…and the occasional tear. I can not imagine what it is like not to eat for 3 days.
The stories changed as Ramon was unable to buy all the ingredients needed to make his bread. Then the bombshell:
.....the lady who gave me the oven I was using for my little bakery wants it back. I am not clear what he will do with it. But the truth is that I no longer have it and I will not be able to produce when the quarantine is over.
We didn't hear rom Ramon for a week. Apparently there was no internet for 7 days.
After 7 days without internet I will write about it. What I will do is talk about my experience as a writer on the web. I am not a professional writer, rather I am an amateur. So everything I will say here is based solely on my experience.
Ramon latest post, while it has a good catchy title to get peoples attention, Ramon still managed to write in his own style through his life experience, keeping it relevant to title. A sign he is growing in confidence and maturity as a Publish0x author.