Have you wanted to make money in cryptocurrency but not had the technical background to do it? Here are some proven ways to make money in Web 3.0 that anyone can do.

Steem-Make Money in Crypto by Blogging

Steem is a next generation social media co-op, which allows users to post and share content over a growing number of apps (Steepshot, Partiko, Steem Monsters) and get paid for it. Steemit.com is the most well known Steem application. Steem users can build their stash of Steem (the native cryptocurrency of the platform) by either buying it on exchanges, or earning it through quality posts. You can read more about Steem here.

Note: you will need to spend time, money, or both, and hustle a lot, to make the most of Steem. Nevertheless, it is a great way for anyone to build a stash of cryptocurrency, and I’ve got some great Steem tips to help you out.

What you need:

Good communication skills

Moderate (daily) availability

Patience

Friendliness

Hustle!

Community Manager-Make Money in Crypto by Texting

Every ICO or startup has a social media or Telegram presence that needs some moderation. This is often done by a part time helper in exchange for tokens. It’s a great way to get to know people, and you definitely don’t need a programmer to do it. 

What you need:

Great communication skills

High availability

Basic knowledge of scams

Patience

Friendliness

Product Tester/Breaker

I’m making this job title up, because it is sort of what I do: try out various products and see how well they work. I tried Steem in August of 2016 and got 13 cents; because I was too busy I didn’t come back to the platform for another 10 months. You can set up FOAM points of interest if you know how to use an online map. You can “mine” Livepeer tokens using Meta Mask and some Ethereum.

What you need:

Curiousity

Ability to read and follow directions

Basic knowledge of scams

Patience

Open mind

Other Things I Tried

Earn.com is an interesting site that pays users cryptocurrency for completing email tasks. This is definitely not for everyone. You can use my affiliate link and I’ll make a little Bitcoin. It costs only your time, so if that is worth more than about $10/hour, skip Earn.com for now.

The best feature of Earn is that you can set up your email address to bounce unwanted emails directly into your archives, unless they pay you some bitcoin. Here’s what the auto response looks like:

make money without technical chops using earn.com

Cryptocurrency Bounties

Bounties are rewards offered by ICOs for specific tasks done. These tasks vary from translating the whitepaper into a foreign language to finding bugs in the platform. There are a lot of non technical bounties to be earned. 

The Bitcoin talk forum is worth signing up for as well. Many bounties include using autosignatures on your Bitcoin talk posts that help give them attention.

Attention is the currency Silicon Valley needs. They need you. Don’t forget that. Make them pay for your attention.

What you need:

Curiousity

Ability to read and follow directions

Basic knowledge of scams

Patience

Open mind

IRL (In Real Life) Community Manager

If you’re a fan of Meetups, why not begin holding a regular meetup in your area on something you love?

Start with free. Go from there as you expand.

Being the person who can introduce others who are all interested in the same topic is an important role to have. This can lead to serendipity and new opportunities that you don’t expect.

What you need:

Friendliness

Meetup.com account

Basic knowledge of scams

A place to gather-coffee shops or craft breweries work

A topic

Go, Make Friends, Earn Money!

As you can see, there are plenty of opportunities for entrepreneurs to make some money in cryptocurrency right now, without knowing a lot about coding. If you’re young, consider learning to write code, but that doesn’t need to be your focus. As I’ve shown above, there are plenty of ways to make money in this space. Use what is most unique to you to build a niche that nobody else can fill.

Jeff