Spam attack!

Yeah you know what I am talking about… every day you check your email inbox and there is a mountain of spam to go through. Most quality email providers have some sort of spam prevention in place, but even with Gmail I find quite a few get though to my main inbox. I recently discovered the BitBounce platform that pays you in cryptocurrency for unsolicited emails that want to deliver their message & bypass your spam filter for a small fee. Follow The ‘Stache as I cover the deets, the native crypto token Credo, and where to exchange it.

Spam To Crypto

As I describe in the video above, the basic concept is you can set a certain price for unsolicited emails and when they hit your inbox they get an autoresponder sent to them with the option to pay your fee. This fee is paid out in their native token “Credo“. This token is not on a lot of exchanges at the moment, but they DO have their own built in exchange called CredoEx where you can dump it for Ethereum (reminds me a bit of Bitconnect…). Besides the inhouse exchange thing, I think the project has a good application and could be a great solution for those that have a lot of unsolicited email and want to earn some crypto from them. 

What do you think of Bitbounce? Have you tried it? Let me know in the comments on the video or here on the website. That's all for today, but until next time…

‘Stache That Crypto Friends!