For quite some time, Bitcoin Cash users have been using the read.cash web portal to write blog posts, connect with like-minded people, and earn Bitcoin Cash for serving popular content. Now the developers of read.cash have introduced another application called Noise.cash, which is similar to the parent platform but allows users to make noise with much shorter messages.
Microblogging and Bitcoin Cash tipping
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) supporters were recently introduced to a new platform created by the creators of read.cash. News.Bitcoin.com has reported on the read.cash platform on several occasions and has quickly become the best cryptocentric blogging forum on the internet among BCH fans.
Noise.cash microblogging feed.
Since the blogging application launched, the team has unveiled a new medium called Noise.cash, a Twitter-like platform that allows users to write shorter text blurbs and also share other content media such as images. Noise.cash can easily be described as a microblogging platform, but there are some differences as the application allows users to give tips and interact with posts using BCH.
Unlike the social media giants, with Noise.cash the user base can tip every post for Bitcoin cash payments (BCH).
Bitcoin Cash Pool, Devs State Other functions are applied
Noise.cash users can easily tip the post by scanning a QR code tied to each and every live post that is added to the feed. The application does not have a native wallet, but it does allow users to bind their accounts to a Bitcoin public cash (BCH) address of their choice.
Users can simply tie an address to their Lärm.Cash account via a Bitcoin.com wallet or any wallet that provides a public BCH address.
After registering with Noise.cash and accepting the ToS, users simply add a public address in the “Wallet” section on the “Profile” tab. Some users have posted reviews of Noise.cash on the read.cash blog since the platform was launched.
The read.cash blogger with the name “Bitcoincash247” writes:
Noise.cash is a social platform like Twitter that allows it [userbase] Making Bitcoin Money Using Short Post Tips. Although this great platform is still in the process of being upgraded, its interesting version has already found it [userbase]as it offers a free one [bitcoin cash] Pool where users can tip each other for free.
In one post Office posted on reddit forum r / btc one person exclaimed that both “Noise.Cash” and “Read.Cash” are awesome.
“Just as I envisioned the Internet of Money,” added the post. “[Bitcoin Cash] has a really great future. Another user described the app as a platform that “like Twitter with crypto but still in alpha, I think they will add more features later”.
In response to the feature request, the Reddit account u / readcash said, “We have a lot of things to do. Rest assured, we’re working on it. “
The noise.Cash team states that a fully functional embedded wallet will be implemented in future updates. Noise.cash also has discussion chambers with topics of conversation like art, cooking, education, homeschooling, holistic living, personal finance, photography, quotes, travel, and more. Since Noise.cash was first launched, the platform has attracted a number of users as the feed becomes more and more lively and full of noise.
What do you think of the Noise.cash platform introduced by the read.cash team? Let us know what you think on this matter in the comments section below.
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