Coinbucks: Earn Bitcoins by completing online promotional offers, installing mobile apps, and more.

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Looking at how the crypto market is going, one has to find other passive ways to make money. Bills must be paid. So this morning, I decided to Google "how to earn cryptocurrency in 2019". One of the links that opened featured Coinbucks and it looks like an interesting project. Like other Microtask projects, Coinbucks pays you Bitcoin when you complete some tasks such as installing an application, filling some survey questions, and other small tasks. One thing I like about the service is that they pay out every day as soon as the task has been completed and you can withdraw your earnings. I have not actually completed any tasks but I want to spread the word. Probably, some other persons use the site and may have relevant things to say.

Learn how it works

Its a pretty straightforward thing. Any tasks you complete on the platform has some rewards for it. So when you select any of the offers and complete it, you have your earnings paid into your bitcoin wallet within 24 hours. So how can you start after signup?

  • Browse over thousands of offers, pick any that interest you.
  • Follow through the offer filling out any information needed, or participate in the offer promotion.
  • Account gets credited instantly.
  • Bitcoins get deposited into your wallet daily.

What can you do on Coinbucks?

Here are some of the micro-tasks you can complete to earn Bitcoins on Coinbucks

  • Get paid to install Mobile Apps
  • Over 300+ mobile apps available.
  • Over 4000+ online promotional offers available.
  • Multi Platform - Applications available for both Android and iOS phones.

Sign up using my referral links

There is a reward for me (10%) if you join using my referral link. If you consider joining the program, here is the link you use to signup so that I could earn from your signup:

To learn more about Coinbucks, click here.


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@focusnow, Sounds good for sure. But personally i don't have good experience when it comes to Promotional Offers and Tasks. Have a great time ahead and stay blessed.

Interesting read @focusnow

I have not actually completed any tasks but I want to spread the word.

Hopefully you can share your experience once you would try this out. Idea itself is quite easy to understand. I'm very curious if they managed to get on board companies providing all those tasks, or is it another site where there is way more users "looking for job/task" than those offering any sort of task.

ps. why wouldn't you share your post on our "project hope" channel?

Upvote on the way,
Cheers, Piotr

Yes, seems like they have quite some number of tasks available for users to complete. They designed the platform based on location. So you complete tasks available in your area. Its a kind of affiliate network whose rewards are paid out in crypto.

ps. why wouldn't you share your post on our "project hope" channel?
Sorry, it was deliberate. I would start doing that more.
I was reading a post by Projecthope about automating the upvotes since manual curation could be time-consuming. Sorry, I do not know how to write a code about that. But I think Steem auto has been a tool most communities use to get around that.
I must appreciate your upvotes and the work you are putting into building the community. I only worry about what others might think is circle-voting. Just make sure the group that receives the votes are many and vary, to avoid downvotes from large accounts that may think you are only voting few accounts.

Finally, I sent you a mail about investing in my IT startup, but got no response since then. I though you were too busy. I still like to know what you think about the proposal. I will soon move my office to a new and bigger apartment. I want to have an ultra-modern IT center where I will gather and train people for the community. If you could look at the mail, I would like to know what you think about it.

What is the minimum amount to withdraw?