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RE: Hive Is Changing Lives

in LeoFinance2 months ago

How does that impact someone in a country where the pay is about a dollar a month?

Where I live approximately UD $23.50 per month (ZAR 350) is what has been given as a grant payment for people to live on. Now if they own a cellphone most do, are able to communicate in English (one of 13 languages here) they could spend some time learning to earn in Hive.

Do they listen even when you share on Twitter and Facebook where most reside out of choice.... No! Kudos to those who are joining and committing to taking up the challenge, now earning.

My first reply Big corporate, Bankers etc. = FOMO these guys jumping on board now are starting to see the potential, gaming the system to work for the rich.

Likes of normal people need to take a good long look, start questioning even though governments are introducing all kinds of taxation or new hurdles to maneuver through, the long run is investing, growing!

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My first reply Big corporate, Bankers etc. = FOMO these guys jumping on board now are starting to see the potential, gaming the system to work for the rich.

Ah ok I see what you mean.

Yes kudos to those who do get on board and start the process of long term earning. It is not easy nor is it a quick process. However, we keep seeing more people becoming case examples of exactly what is taking place.

Many will ignore it simply because they do not want to do the work. It really comes down to that point.

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People ignoring this learning curve do it to their own detriment, as a first or secondary income stream it will be well worth time and effort. Anyone scared of putting in time and effort now will regret it in a couple of years down the road. IMHO