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I have done so once or twice, but I don’t usually network with other freelance workers. If it’s guest posting work for articles on blogs, sure, but otherwise, It’s not that much.
I prefer digital due to ease of use and not having to carry cash on me.
The downside, is that it’s digital and you don’t have it in your hands like real cash. But I still prefer digital.
But, when it comes to savings or anything, I try to make sure it’s something I can take out as cash whenever I want to.
Thanks for the tips. I’m still fresh to all of this, but it’s nice to have little guides like this to help. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
I’ve always wanted to invest into crypto, but I wouldn’t know where to even begin. I want to try mining, as that seems to be the most practical to me. Other methods are just too confusing to me.
I’ve worked on a few of those sites, namely Fiverr and Amazon. Fiverr is my favorite in terms of their options, but I am not a fan of their systems overall. Amazon was interesting, because it gave you many options, but the options were for very little pay and weren’t ever worth it. In fact, I wouldn’t even consider Amazon Mturk a good option.
It’s essentially the trading of foreign currency. It’s kind of like when you go to another country and they give you their currency to use. You may end up getting more money to use in said countries, so that’s why people do forex trading.
I haven’t really done it much, but wouldn’t mind giving it a try one of these days.