One of the things that I have learned since I started my journey in crypto investing is that there are so many ways to earn free crypto. One of the best ways to do so is by learning about various crypto projects via the learn-and-earn programs.
I’ll be enumerating below some of the websites that offer a Learn and Earn program. Please note though that all of these websites will require you to sign up before you can participate in their Learn and Earn program.
By the way, before we continue, and as I have always mentioned in my previous blog posts, this is not financial advice (NFA) and should not be treated as such. I’m just sharing what I’m learning as I continue to explore this wonderful technology.
Please be reminded that crypto is a highly volatile market, If you need some financial advice, I highly suggest that you consult a professional financial advisor.
And also, always DYOR, not only in crypto but also in any other type of investment.
Anyway, going back to the topic…
Table of Contents
Coinbase Earn is a good way to earn crypto. All you have to do is watch a few videos about crypto and complete a short quiz. Eligible customers will be rewarded with a bit of that specific crypto!
Please note that you will have to sign up in order to participate and also, this program is not available in all countries. Click here to read about their FAQs.
Screenshot from Coinbase Earn
Crypto.com Missions (Masters)
Crypto.com has a rewards program that enables you to earn ‘Diamonds’ and exchange them for Mystery Boxes that contain $CRO tokens. Diamonds are loyalty reward points that users can earn for completing various tasks in the Crypto.com App.
As of the time of writing, the available ‘Missions’ on Crypto.com are:
- Status Check (1 Diamond)
- Quick Quest (5 Diamonds) – Buy/Sell USD 20 of Crypto in a Single Transaction
- Volume Venture (60 Diamonds) – Buy/Sell USD 500 of Crypto in a Day
- Crypto Masters (3 Diamonds)
Crypto Masters is the ‘Mission’ wherein you will have to read an article in Crypto.com University (linked on the app) about crypto trading and investing. Once you’ve completed reading the article, you’ll earn 3 Diamonds (points).
For more information about Crypto.com Missions, check out their FAQ page.
By the way, you also need to have a verified account with Crypto.com before you can participate in this program. I have written an article on how to sign up (and how to get a Visa card) and you can read it here.
Screenshot from Crypto.com
CoinMarketCap Earn also incentivizes users to receive tokens while learning about a cryptocurrency project. You will have to watch a series of educational videos about a crypto project, successfully complete the quiz with a score of 100%, and other various tasks (if applicable) will receive a predetermined amount of tokens as a reward, in that respective project’s crypto asset.
Personally, I have not tried this yet. But once I do so, I will write about my experience and link it here. If you want to know about this program, check out their FAQ page here.
Screenshot from CoinMarketCap
Binance, one of the world’s largest crypto exchanges (or probably the largest), also has a Learn and Earn program. However, unlike the Learn and Earn programs I have mentioned above, most of the available Learn and Earn programs that I have seen recently also require the participant to trade a certain number of tokens.
Perhaps, different Learn and Earn program has different mechanics. Be sure to always check Binance’s latest announcements just to be sure.
Also, this is only available to fully verified account holders.
Screenshot from Binance
Phemex Learn and Earn
Phemex is another crypto platform that has a Learn and Earn program. You can start learning about a crypto project on their website but in order to claim the reward, you will have to sign up for an account.
Feel free to check out their FAQ page here to learn more.
Screenshot from Phemex
Cake Defi is a platform that offers services and applications like liquidity mining, staking, and lending, which generate cryptocurrency returns for users. And just like the above-mentioned websites, they also have a Learn and Earn program.
But, as of the time of writing, there’s only one ‘Lesson’ available.
Personally, I have not tried this yet but I will write a separate post about my experience once I do so.
If you want to learn more about this, check out their FAQ page here.
Screenshot from Cake Defi
I think and I hope that we will see more of this kind of program as time goes by because this is a great way to help spread awareness about various crypto projects. This is also a great way to push forward mass adoption by letting everyone know how various crypto projects work.
I will update this post whenever I learn similar learn-and-earn crypto programs in the near future.Learn and Earn Crypto Programs Click To Tweet