There’s plenty of money waiting to be collected in the digital world, so here are a few golden rules to help you along.

Always check the project.

Like everything else in life, never take a bounty campaign at face value. Check it out properly and ensure it’s worth your time. Pick a few good ones, instead of joining hundreds of bad ones.

There’s something for everyone.

You will find that there are tons of different categories for bounty campaigns. Look for one that suits your skills, and don’t join something just for the sake of it. If you’re good at languages, you could be the translator for the project’s content. And if you’re a superstar on social media, you could be a content creator for it. The list goes on so remember to look through all the categories to find the best fit for you.

Where can I find these bounties?

Head over to bitcointalk, create an account and let your search begin! Hidden links will contain the best bounty campaigns, but this could take a bit of time. Sometimes you can find something good through Google, but remember to check that it’s not already over. Keep looking, and you’re sure to find something. Good luck!

How do I know if it’s a scam?

There are lots of scams around, so do some research on the team running the bounty campaign. The idea behind an ICO or bounty matters, but the people developing it matters more. The bounty’s whitepaper will also raise a red flag, especially if the economic model is flawed.

Network, network, network.

Chat with the developers about the campaign’s economic model. Share solutions and exchange ideas with them, and who knows, you could even be invited to join the team!

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