Right now, my only side gigs are mining cryptocurrency, currently just Ethereum at the moment, but I wouldn’t mind mining for bitcoin and other types of currency.
I used to do guest articles for a few sites, but stopped doing it when I started mining cryptocurrency. There was a brief time I worked as a support agent at a call center. Wasn’t a fan of that, so didn’t stay long in that field. But, I did meet a cool person there who I hired on a recent job. So it worked out in some way. 🙂
Mining crypto is something I don’t really understand. I understand that miners are awarded currency for participating in running the massive network that is required. I believe that the hardware needed needs to be incredibly fast to catch and process transactions and make new updates to the ledger.
For the life of me, I fail to see the attraction, the amount of money needed to invest in buying hardware must be huge, and the ongoing electric bills to run the machines has also got to be tremendous. I can only see it work if you had a solar or wind system to produce the power needed and a massive battery backup system to provide power when solar/ wind options are not available.
There is no catch Side -Gigster wants users of services and providers of services. Side-Gigster believes that bring people an business together can only generate good things for all involved. If you are working as a free lancer I am willing to bet that you can provide the BEST help and advice to someone who is looking to start out. so post some content show your work. People on the site see your work, you get notices and close deals.