I have written about Bitcoin in past articles and at the time of this post… 1 Bitcoin is valued at $251 US dollars/$306 Canadian. in the online Biz, Bitcoin is becoming more accepted as the days go by but the US currency remains the backbone with the majority of opportunities out there.
This week, there is news that Bitcoin is moving into the big time as Nasdaq OMX Group Inc., the biggest stock exchange operators in the US, is working with Noble Markets, which deals with BitCoin and together, have future plans for Bitcoin trading in the months to come,not only in the US but in International stock markets as well.
Banks here in Canada realize Bitcoin is here to stay and probably have plans of their own for the digital currency in the future.
Trends come and go online and some repeat as the online money making world evolves over time. These days the “Bonus Ad Points” niche is big where it’s all about buying $1 Ads for promotion and gaining Points plus cash.
The number of BAP (Bonus Ad Points) a member holds determines which ‘earning’ Level (percentage) he, or she falls in with the daily profit sharing. Other opportunities may call the BAP’s by a different name to distinguish themselves from competitors but in the end… earnings depend on number of points held and the earning level.
To encourage members to buy more $1 Ads, Points are deducted as daily cash is earned where all involved in investing online know, or should know…. one time ‘hit and run’ funding kills a venture quickly.
PaidVerts started all this and is undergoing a ‘swap’ of BAP’s for Shares (payments to accounts each Monday) starting on the 6th of April. PV will restart with a fresh sheet when that ‘swap’ is completed.
DigAdz was the first to follow up on PV’s success and now, what I see as the most popular of a growing group of sites, is called Advertzer with a similar compensation plan and I’m actually surprised to see the Admin of this program anticipate the high traffic volume by purchasing adequate servers with enough bandwidth. Each $1 Ad will expire when daily earnings reach $1.54 US.
Important to note with these advertising programs and again dealing with ‘Points’…. I mentioned a member’s BAPs are deducted as the daily profit share are divided among Levels, which are average 10 levels in number. To maintain a preferred Level and percentage of the profit share, a member must be prepared to buy more $1 Ads/Points or a drop to a lower Level of earning eventually. Keeping a strategy in mind is wise to ensure a member stays in the ‘black’ when maintaining a Level or buying into higher Levels.