Microlancer – Satoshi For Easy Tasks

Microlancer is a new system where you can earn satoshi for doing small tasks requested by other users. I’ve not been doing it for long but I can see already that it pays better than faucets, PTC etc.

It’s quite easy to use and the site owners are available and very helpful. You can also set tasks, if you have something you want people to do. The image above shows a few of the things, but really anything (legal!) you can think of could be posted.

It’s using Lightning Network which means you don’t need to wait for weeks to have enough to withdraw, or to send to a microwallet which charges you for the service. You can withdraw tiny amounts direct to your wallet.

Withdraw is easy, you paste in a lightning invoice instead of an address, which your wallet will generate for you.

But don’t worry! I tried out Lightning Network early on and it was not easy to use, but Microlancer makes it a couple of clicks, and there is a browser plug-in wallet that you can use to collect your funds and sned them wherever you need.

If you want to know more about lightning’s potential, rather than make a long article, I’ll let Andreas Antonopoulos explain, cos he does it better anyway:

“Streaming Money” will change how we think of transactions.

Closer To Freedom

For Click For Africa, this development will be very important, as our purpose is to enable people to send funds directly, person to person. Also it will eliminate entirely the need for people in places that the bankers have not yet infected to bypass them altogether and go straight to the improved system.

So to anyone wishing to get on board early, or just to earn some coins, I would say give Microlancer a try. At the moment it’s mostly tasks that are in the same ballpark as PTC and survey sites as far as rewards, though the sky is the limit. But it’s much more fun and will not give you high blood pressure like the survey sites, all of which seem to have been designed by chimps. (Sorry chimps, it’s a joke…)

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