As you begin your journey into the world of crypto currency, you will probably see many terms and phrases that you don't quite understand. But you’ll learn as you go, and in this article we are going to take a quick look at bounties.
If you've seen advertisements or forums about bounties, they probably sound like you are searching for treasure like a pirate – but in a way, that is almost true. Bounties are simply jobs, tasks, or projects that have usually been created by coin developers. If you complete the job, then you will receive a reward in coin form.
The tasks are never too complicated, and almost never involve any sort of computer programming. That's what the developer excels at. However, there will be other things that the developer either can't do, or just won't have time to do. However those tasks are necessary for the success of the coin they created. So what do they do? They get other people to do those tasks, rewarding them with coins of their creation.
Examples of typical bounties include promoting the new coin on twitter, or designing a logo for that coin. Something anyone can do in their spare time. Much more fun than being a pirate…
You can find bounties here on Crypto Moms as well as forums such as bitcointalk.org or cryptocointalk.com.
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