Earn Free Cryptocurrency with Coinbase

Free Cryptocurrency

Earn free cryptocurrency with Coinbase. I have wrote about how to open a Coinbase account in 2017 where I started venturing into cryptocurrency. To promote cryptocurrencies, Coinbase has since started the learning rewards program.

The learning program lets you learn through watching a short series of videos about how crypto assets such as EOS, Stellar Lumens and Orchid work. You have to answer a short quiz at the end of each video to earn the free crypto (~S$15 or more).

Do you know what is EOSIO and EOS?

EOSIO is a blockchain protocol designed for fast, free, and secure applications. EOS is a popular blockchain that uses the EOSIO protocol; it’s also the name of the blockchain’s system token.

Coinbase EOS

What is Stellar?

Stellar unites the world’s financial infrastructure so money can flow quickly and cheaply between banks, businesses, and people.

Coinbase Stellar Lumens

What is Orchid?

Orchid is a new peer-to-peer privacy tool that includes a VPN and other features that put users in control of their Internet connection.

Coinbase Orchid

Limited Invites

The learning for each crypto asset is limited. This means that once it hit the maximum number of required signups, the reward is no longer available or you have to join the waiting list.

The good news is that I have a limited of 4 invites for each crypto asset (Stellar Lumens, Orchid, EOS) because after completion of each quiz, you can earn $10 worth of the crypto asset by inviting your friends.

Here are the invitation links, Fastest fingers first!

Stellar Lumens

https://coinbase.com/earn/xlm/invite/5bz2vk97

Orchid

https://coinbase.com/earn/oxt/invite/p91fj0q6

EOS

https://coinbase.com/earn/eos/invite/v5b41pr6

How To Spend The Earned Crypto?

MCO Ruby Steel Card

If you are wondering how to cash out the cryptocurrency, you can send the crypto to a crypto.com wallet. Through the mobile app, you can sell and credit the sale amount from the crypto into the MCO Visa card (if you have one) and you can spend it through the card!

Sometime back, I wrote about the MCO Visa card. You can read more about them here.

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