BitClout is a revolutionary new network that combines a social platform and a payment gateway. It lets you invest in anyone’s reputation and have your own coin others can buy too.
While BitClout offers huge potential for its users, starting on the platform can feel like slashing your way through a jungle. In the past weeks, I connected with BitClout experts on Zoom calls, Clubhouse rooms, and Telegram chats. Since then, I onboarded five other creators on the platform.
Here are the steps you want to follow to start out the right way and avoid common pitfalls.
I was super skeptical about BitClout at first. I came across a video from a YouTuber I trusted, who claimed it was a straight-up scam. Luckily, I decided to give it a go and see for myself.
What I found was a revolutionary platform that could transform the creator-fan relationship in more ways than one. It creates win-win opportunities and avenues to engage followers like never before.
I went down the rabbit hole and spent days engaging with the community, hopping on Zoom calls and Clubhouse rooms, and posting a lot.
Five days in, my profile had reached a $3,000…
I’ve gone down down the BitClout rabbit hole for the past few days. Some say it’s the future of social media and more; some say it’s a scam. It’s exciting to watch and the growth is insane.
The platform is worth over $1 billion only a few months in.
As I did my research, I came across the story of Blockchain entrepreneur Mario Nawfal and his project, BitcloutHoldings. It took off and raised $1 million 10 minutes after launch; then another $4 million the next day. The project shot up to rank seven on the site.
Nawfal shared his key…
“If you want to take the island, you need to burn the boats.” — Tony Robbins.
Sometimes scams are hidden in plain sight. That goes for the self-help world, too.
A few years back, my fiancée surprised me: she got us both tickets to Tony Robbins’ flagship event, Unleash The Power Within, in London.
I was ecstatic. I’d finally get to see the man I looked up to and admired so much, learn kick-ass techniques to master the mind and transform my life for good. …
Back in 2015, Nerdy Nuts was a small business run out of South Dakota that no one was paying attention to.
Fast forward 18 months, and it had grown into a $500k per month operation.
When I saw these numbers my jaw dropped below ground level.
How did they do it, I wondered? A combination of TikTok’s scale, product “drops” and the power of scarcity.
How the journey began is a classic tale of entrepreneurship.
Peterson worked as a store manager in a clothing shop, whilst Mount, her husband, would often get lunch at a nearby café.
Specifically, he would…
The office is dead. There, I said it.
When was the last time you stepped foot in a tall building with glass windows and rows of desks full of employees chained to them?
I went into the office once to pick up my laptop at my last job, and never returned (except to hand it back when I quit eight months later).
I never thought that would be possible just a year ago. Now, it’s the new normal.
There’s a new way of doing things that’s proven to work. This is the start of the future for knowledge workers.
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) sent shockwaves through the world over the past year.
We’ve seen the headlines of digital assets sold for tens of millions of dollars, in what looked like a billionaire race for the largest bidder.
What started as a trend around digital art and flying cats was only the tip of the iceberg, though.
Creators and social media influencers can also benefit immensely from NFTs. So do their fans. Here’s how.
Simply put, NFTs are any kind of digital asset sold on a blockchain.
Have you ever wondered how cool it would be to buy your favorite influencer’s content as an NFT (Non-Fungible Token)?
You’d own a piece of their history. Not only that, those NFTs could give you access to exclusive benefits, like direct access to the influencer or special events.
I’ve got good news. Melon, the decentralized creator economy hub, is due to launch this summer. The team got in touch with me a few weeks ago, and I’m excited to share this news with you after watching the NFT space for the past couple of years.
Melon lets you…
Four months ago, nobody knew about BitClout. There were many skeptics — including myself.
Now, the platform is looking to break 1 million users. It’s made it easy to withdraw money and released its code in the open for anyone to build upon.
Tons of projects are launched on BitClout and many more creators are jumping onboard. I personally onboarded eight fellow writers, and on the day I write this, this number now includes top writer Tim Denning.
Here’s why BitClout means so much for the creator economy.
BitClout is a social network and currency rolled into one.
Some work on their craft day in, day out, whilst others watch from the sidelines and make nothing out of their entire lives.
This is probably the most important choice you’ll make in your life.
I don’t care who you are, you are either one of these (or a mixture of both):
There are so many versions of this trade-off. Producers and buyers. Actors and spectators. Players and fans.
Football exemplifies this paradox in the most striking way.
Sports pros chase after a football on a pitch and earn millions doing so. Yet the…