Do you want to start banking on cryptocurrency? Are you looking for money makers where you can get paid cryptocurrencies? Then no need to search further as you have found the right page! Steve has compiled a list of Steve’s top cryptocurrency money makers for you on this page!
Cryptocurrency is a growing source of monetary value that allow many to partake in it. It is a source of investment, a tool for transactions, and possible road to fortune. There are many available money makers out there and new ones arising from time to time that will allow you to exchange for cryptocurrencies. In addition to these, there are even sites that will grant you cryptocurrencies for free or allow you to earn them directly!
As a disclaimer before Steve starts sharing, none of the money makers shared by Steve are owned by Steve in any way. Some of them Steve serves as an affiliate for, others may not even have a referral program, hence Steve won’t be getting you on Steve’s money making friend list. Also, Steve can not guarantee the quality of the cryptocurrencies nor the payouts of the cryptocurrency sites as cryptocurrency values are usually volatile (fluctuates a lot).
Additionally, Steve will not be presenting any efficient, good ways of using these cryptocurrency money makers, but a general description instead. It’s not that Steve doesn’t want to share how Steve makes money, but it’s a fact that these sites usually are straight forward or require completion of offers that has its unique instructions. Steve has no control over cryptocurrencies or their sites after all. Make sure you do careful research on cryptocurrencies before you invest in any cryptocurrency. Also, do note you may still need to pay income taxes for your earnings of cryptocurrencies even though it is free and may not have monetary value elsewhere. A final warning is that there is no guarantee that the cryptocurrencies earned on these money makers will pass the test of time which may result in their values being null.
Note that this list may contain money makers found elsewhere and still can be updated occasionally as Steve discovers new cryptocurrency money makers, so subscribe to stay up to date! Although Steve can not guarantee that these money makers will work for you or that you will like them, do know they worked for Steve at least. Well, without further blabbering, let’s explore Steve’s crypt of cryptocurrency makers.
Logo from Coinbase Site (user agreement)
Here we have Coinbase. Coinbase is a cryptocurrency wallet that allows you to hold an enormous collection of cryptocurrencies. Coinbase also allows you to buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrencies on its site and mobile app. Besides its convenience, Coinbase also has offers that you can easily earn free cryptocurrency from. These offers usually are referrals or easy tasks such as completing a tutorial which consists of watching a short video and answering a question. These tasks (some can be found below) can take as little as 1 minute to complete, and each tasks may reward $1-$3 (values may vary depending on offers) in cryptocurrencies! Also, since the wallet is attached to the rewards program, you will be granted cryptocurrencies directly, which means quick rewards and transparent rates. Not only that, you may also get paid through an interest rate for certain cryptocurrencies that you hold. If you haven’t signed up for Coinbase yet, you can do so through Steve’s referral link here, and once you have invested in $100 or more of cryptocurrency, you will gain an one-time bonus of $10.
Of course, there are still downsides for Coinbase. The first barrier is you must be able to trust that Coinbase won’t scam you as you will be required to enter sensitive information such as social security number, driver’s license, and more as Coinbase requires them for tax purposes. Although Coinbase is claimed to be secure, there is always a risk to doing this and you will be held responsible for your own decision. Another downside is that there will be fees for transactions, albeit not a lot. There are also caps on certain transactions like daily withdrawals and purchases. Also, the number of free offers are limited in addition to some offers requiring you to be invited in order to participate and earn.
Here is a list of invites from Steve for earning free cryptocurrencies ($3-$6). Do note that these offers may be time-limited or first come, first serve and you will be required to have a Coinbase account to complete them. If you miss out on an offer, do not feel frustrated as there are still plenty on the site itself that you can earn cryptocurrencies from without an invite (some of these offers may not require invites either, but may be limited for sure). After creating a verfied Coinbase account, simply use the link and complete at least one part of the tutorial to start earning cryptocurrency rewards.
Logo from Idle Empire Site
Here we have Idle Empire. Idle Empire is a site that is like the mesh of survey sites along with offers sites. The side has an enormous amount of tasks which you can earn points from. These include completing surveys, watching videos, doing external offers like downloads or signups, and even promotion of the site itself through referrals (the links to Idle Empire are my referral links) or other methods! Additionally, there are tasks for both computers and mobile platforms! After you earn enough points, you can redeem your points for a limited selection of cryptocurrencies (including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, etc.), gift cards, Paypal, and more.
Although Idle Empire may seem large and strong, as with all empires, there are weaknesses that one will notice as time passes. For example, there may be an annoying bot that will freeze your account for fraud when you browse through surveys or tasks too fast, and you will be required to submit a ticket to remove the restriction. Also, even though there are lots of offers and tasks, these tasks are not filtered and they may include infinite redirect content or suspicious tasks. Although they were deemed to be “safe”, you do still need to look out for yourself here as some tasks may require downloads which brings an entire new level of risk. Then, there’s the fact that cryptocurrencies are volatile, so what you actually redeem and earn may not be the actual value that you will get within the cryptocurrency exchange as the rate is not transparent to the users. Another limitation is that you will require a Coinbase account to redeem cryptocurrencies.
Logo from Facebook Page of MinePiNetwork
Here we have PiNetwork. PiNetwork is a new cryptocurrency startup by a group of individuals working at Stanford and its community is rapidly growing. Unlike other cryptocurrencies, PiNetwork has its humble beginnings as an app! This means that you can mine cryptocurrency right on your mobile device, anywhere and anytime. PiNetwork even claims that there will be a low battery usage and no network connection required. There is also a referral system in order to increase your mining rate.
The downsides of PiNetwork is that is is a startup. Hence, the value of each Pi is essentially zero at the moment, meaning you can’t really earn anything from it at the moment; however, this doesn’t mean you won’t be earning in the future which is why PiNetwork is in the long term list.
The other tedious part about PiNetwork is that you will have to come back daily to activate your Pi mining. This is probably used to kick inactive users from the community. After all, this community is not for everyone. You do need an invitation code to get in. This can be easily found online or you can use Steve’s code: steviepie. As for why this is steviepie and not crediblesteve, well it’s a PiNetwork so why not Pi and an “e” for e-currency.