I like the money. Heck, I like cryptos. I want to earn cryptocurrencies daily as much as I possibly can, and I found a few good ways of doing just that during my tenure as crypto’s internet a**hole with an opinion, and now that I have, I want to bring that knowledge to you.

In actuality, it really isn’t that hard to earn cryptocurrencies daily with the way the market is nowadays.

There are a whole LOT of ways to earn and this is a good thing. Why? As it stands worldwide, the adoption of crypto is probably less than 1%.

There is still a lot of ground to cover, and every year, that number rises just a little bit.

People, tokens, and companies WANT YOU to get your hands on their sweet crypto and even more so – USE IT!

They want you to spread the good word with even better experiences. When you earn cryptocurrency with these folks, you are also helping them earn and grow their influence as well.

But, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There is a hell of a lot of ways to earn crypto, and I’ll go over some of the top 5 ways I have done it myself.

In the Immortal Words of Samuel L. Jackson in Jurassic Park, hold onto your butts. We are going in.

1. Earn Cryptos Daily By Using Certain Products for Services That You’re Already Consuming.

One of the best ways to earn cryptocurrencies daily without doing a damn thing except what you normally do is using services and apps that crypto companies offer. Some of these include services such as:

1. Brave Browser

They pay you some Basic Attention Token (BAT) through their Brave Browser. Pretty neat.

In short, It’s a great Chromium-based browser that blocks ads and shows you their own unobtrusively, and you get a little bit of BAT for each ad they throw at you.

To go over their process in detail would require another article on its own, but needless to say, it is free crypto just for doing what you normally do. No joke.

Crypto Earned Per Month: ~ 35.00 BAT

2. Presearch

Presearch has taken the Brave Browser approach to search engines. They reward you for searching on their browser, as well as referring your friends to the platform.

The catch with the searching is that you get rewarded for only 32 searches per day, and 0.25 PRE per month, and the referral needs to earn 50 tokens minimum and be active for 30 days.

However, if you can manage to rack up referrals continuously, you can have a rolling number of referrals every month earning you tokens passively. Perfect for web sites and influencers.

Crypto Earned Per Month: 240.00 PRE to ??

2. Earn Cryptos Daily Through Faucets and Online Games

I personally consider this a beginner type of earning but earning nonetheless. If you’re smart and learn to do it right, you can earn cryptos easily this way.

Here are a few trustworthy services:

1. Coinpot

Coinpot is a nice little faucet/micro wallet service that is associated with several different faucets such as Moon Bitcoin, Moon Dogecoin, Moon Dash, Moon Litecoin, and several others.

Basically, you earn from the faucets a small amount of each crypto every 5 minutes, and each claim is counted by Coinpot.

They have progressive rewards for achievements (like claiming from faucets 1000 times) and have a provably fair dice roller if you feel like gambling.

It’s mostly fun, but you can earn a decent amount if you’re consistent and get referrals.

Here’s my forecast on earnings based on results:

Crypto Earned Per Month: ~2000 BTC Satoshi to ??

2. Free Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

These are “faucets” that are gamified and dole out small amounts of LTC and BCH.

These are apps created by the good folks at Bitcoin Aliens.

You can also get referrals with these apps and earn more when people use to earn.

Specifically, you earn 10 percent of whatever they earn. Get enough refs, and it can become a pretty good amount.

Crypto Earned Per Month: ~100,000 Litoshi and 20,000 BCH Satoshi to ??

3. Earn Cryptos Daily by Monetising Your Content.

There are several outlets by which you can earn cryptocurrencies daily by writing.

Of course, if you’re really adventurous, you can also take advantage of blockchain video sites such as LBRY, but I won’t delve too deeply into these mostly because I haven’t used them… yet.

I’ll get around to it. That being said, there are some fantastic platforms one can take advantage of:

1. Publish0x

Publish0x is a blogging platform that rewards you both for your reading as well as your writing.

This is accomplished in the form of tips, where you reward the content creator for their work.

If you really like the work, you can give the author up to 100 percent of the tip, or you can reserve a share of the tip for yourself.

Publish0x is crypto agnostic, which means they reward you in the currency of other projects, but do not possess one of their own.

They get paid through sponsorships of these projects and through unobtrusive advertising.

So far, they have been doing well, and that’s where I got my start in the crypto blogging space.

It’s great fun but you do need to apply to become an author. It’s not too hard to get accepted, however.

Crypto Earned Per Month: ~50.00 to 100.00 USD. Earnings will vary on quality and following.

2. Steemit

Those of you in the know are probably familiar with Steemit and the recent controversies they have faced.

From Justin Sun acquiring the company to the war of the witnesses and the hard fork (I’ll talk about that in a moment), things have been rough there.

All politics aside, Steemit is still a good place to post your stuff if you’re looking to get noticed, and I would still recommend it despite being slightly biased about the politics.

In fact, I stopped messing with it for the longest time and contributing to the hard fork site, but I recently changed my mind.

Why? Two communities with valuable crypto are still in the running and competing. I can still leverage this to my advantage and earn on both.

That is exactly what I hope to do now that I realized it.

In any case, what you can earn from Steemit is dependent on how quality your content is, how well you know some of the bigger folks, and how involved you are in the project overall.

You can earn by both curations of other posts as well as writing your own. It’s by no means easy, but it is doable.

ProTip: Look into groups like OCD, they have a really tight-knit organization that loves to upvote good content.

3. Hive Blog

Hive Blog is the Hard fork of Steemit and is essentially the same platform, but copied over to a new blockchain, specifically that of the new HIVE token.

This was all a response to the drama that occurred on Steemit. They’re a really great platform, and if you’re familiar with Steemit, you’ll be familiar with Hive.

Again, as with Steemit earnings can vary.

Just as an idea of what you can do there potentially, I earned about 200 USD there last month.

4. Uptrennd

Uptrennd is a relatively new project that runs its own token as a reward on a good ol’ fashioned web 2.0 “Blogging” platform.

On Uptrennd, you are rewarded in their token for upvotes on your content, as well as your comment contributions to other people’s content.

They have a leveling system and you can use earned tokens to “Boost” your content for views.

Really cool stuff. I have not quite yet cracked getting my foot in the door on this one, but it is a platform I really like and wish to use to expand my influence. Lots of potentials.

Final Thought on How I Earn Cryptocurrencies Daily.

What I mentioned here is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of opportunities you can find online to earn cryptocurrencies daily.

Every day, some new project pops up. The idea is to keep your eye out for new stuff, and even more importantly, be ready to collaborate with others.

This website (CryptoSorted.Info) is just one example of how people in the crypto space can collaborate and earn together.

Produce quality and quality will come to you. That’s a promise.

Until next time, keep your eye on the markets and keep an eye out for ways to earn that sweet, sweet crypto.