If you’re new to this site, welcome! One of the things we’ve done throughout the past couple years of our crypto journey is to check out a wide range of freebies, sites that hope to amplify your investments, and “airdrops” that give you free coins that could turn into something of value.
We’ve had some luck with these, and we’ve also failed rather miserably.
To wit, visit the following posts for either a laugh or a tear or a combination of both:
- We reaallly got hosed on a couple of the passive income HYIP – “high yield investment programs” – such as Control Finance and other names and…yes…we hate to admit… Bitconnect.
- You can find a glorious Bitconnect GIF here:
- We *did* have luck with a couple airdrops — including ones that gave us the nickels and dimes to leverage into our investment in the Megacryptopolis game.
- And, of course, we — like just about everyone else on the planet — continue to reap the rewards from our AFFILIATE LINKS (WE CLEARLY MARK OUR AFFILIATE LINKS SO THERE’S NO CONFUSION) from places like Coinbase and Einstein.
In The Spirit of the Last Bullet, Here’s What You Need to Know
There’s a really unique opportunity here. Monaco used to be the name of the MCO token — you can read a year-or-so-old post here from Investopedia explaining what was going on last year — and then there was a purchase of a web domain called Crypto.com for 12 Million smackers.
It appears (to this reporter) that the plan all along was to use a referral system and credit card-meets-crypto wallet marketing campaign to get users on board. It appears to be working.
How to Get Yours
So, here you go. CLEARLY MARKED AFFILIATE LINK is right here for Crypto.com. It should auto-populate and ask you for your email address, then you can complete the process.
I’m still cloudy on how and when you actually receive your $50 for signing up, and how and when you can actually receive your $50 for referring, too.
There’s an element of this that is pretty cool, though: they want you to stake your coins — read: park them and don’t touch them for a while — and that’s so that you can start using their crypto-based credit and debit cards. They’ve got all the banking licenses to do this in the US, which will make this INCREDIBLY INTERESTING TO FOLLOW.
Yes, I said that in all caps — with all the questions around things like securities and ETFs and crypto taxation and the like, we Americans aren’t as fortunate as folks elsewhere who can roll with Bitcoin options trading and make mad bank.
[…] — We lurrve this coin. (That’s a technical term, like HODL.) Not just because you can get some for free just by jumping through a couple of hoops [DISCLOSURE ALERT: AFFILIATE LINKS IN THAT ARTICLE] but because they are doing the regulatory thing […]