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Professional Network Pays Digital Currency For Answering Questions

Professional Network Pays Digital Currency For Answering Questions
Financial Services

The new 21 app lets people get paid in bitcoin for answering messages and completing small tasks

Ivanha Paz
  • 23 february 2017

A new app allows users to get paid in bitcoin for answering messages and other small tasks like filling out surveys. Its purpose is to serve as a professional network where companies and recruiters can not only seek out potential employees, but pay them as well. Developed by21 — a bitcoin company — the 21 app is designed to create a way for users to monetize their time.

“It’s better than LinkedIn, because you get paid,” reads the app website. “Recruiters, salespeople, and companies can now send paid messages to compensate you for your time.”

First, users have to build their profile via the web interface, which companies will use to send out tasks. Users can receive, complete, and earn bitcoin for all tasks through the smartphone application.

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