3. Get Bitcoin by Freelancing
Freelancing is what you can go for next after you’re done with Microtasks and Faucets.
It’s not something new, or different from the normal freelancing platforms or jobs. Instead these are just platforms which are in every way similar to any other freelancing platform, except the fact that you can get paid via Bitcoins on these from your clients.
As the name suggests, it’s a simple freelancing platform where you get paid via Bitcoins. It features some rather advanced and protective measures such as an escrow system to ensure security to both the client as well as the freelancer.
How to get Bitcoin? Just Signup over there, click on any task that you’re capable of completing, once it’s completed you get paid via Bitcoins. Simple as that.
Coinality isn’t a freelancing platform in itself. Instead, it’s a kind of a “job board” which collects jobs from all the top freelancing platforms which pay via Bitcoins. (Other currencies are listed as well, eg. Litecoin!)
So you can choose any job you see fit from Coinality, click on it and it’ll take you to the respective platform where the job has been originally posted.
And then you can submit your bit and apply for the project based on that platform’s rules.
The other way around is, it also let’s you submit your job resume at Coinality, and then employers can find you if you fit their requirements.
Another platform offering similar kind of service is:
Ethlance.com (Although they pay via Ethereum, which can obviously be converted to BTC with extreme ease!)