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07/11/2022. SwagBucks Review and Weekly CryptoNews Digest


Hello everyone, and welcome once more to the MNO blog – the only information resource to cover HYIPs and other money-making opportunities in equal measure for over fifteen years. In order to stay informed and up-to-date please follow MNO on Telegram, Facebook, or Twitter, and click here if you wish to subscribe for the entire blog articles to be delivered to your email address on a regular basis. And if you have any questions, suggestions or partnership inquiries please email me directly at, submit this online contact form or connect with me on Telegram @mnoblog

As of the moment I am only listing ShuttleRent on the MNO monitor (though on Basic listing only which doesn’t include any detailed review) I still couldn’t help but mention it today. The context is totally celebratory as exactly today ShuttleRent has reached 1000 days online – an incredible achievement in itself. Although it’s worth mentioning that up until September the program had been a “sleeper” – an unattractive HYIP whose main goal was establishing a reputation so that later it could come up with more lucrative plans, exactly the tactic ShuttleRent has used. Just over seven weeks ago the new more attractive plan was launched promising investors 3% interest on weekdays with a lower ROI of 1.25% on weekends. The total profit on that plan thus has reached 25.5% after a term of 50 calendar days. And it’s worth mentioning that the first cycle of the new plan has recently finished with all the investors who took advantage picking up some decent profits. For your information, ShuttleRent accepts deposits starting from $10 via PerfectMoney, Tether or Tron, and withdrawals are usually processed instantly. Note that a daily limit on how much can be invested in ShuttleRent has been imposed as well which will help manage cash flow better and hints at the longer-term intentions of this surely capable and talented administrator.

Apart from ShuttleRent‘s wonderful new 1000 day milestone there is not much to report from the HYIP industry which has been clearly suffering from the economic crisis across the world, but I remain hopeful that one fine day the recovery will come, and MNO will have a close eye on how the situation develops further. So stay tuned for that, guys!

There is a silver lining to the current HYIP industry crisis as well, because lately I had more time on my hands to properly research other investment opportunities, including those paying you for fulfilling some tasks and without requiring any prior investment on your part. Thus, these will help you alleviate the woes of the ongoing cost-of-living crisis with no chance of getting scammed, paying you for simply investing your time and effort in fulfilling some marketing tasks required by such companies as SwagBucks.

The company is a totally legitimate venture owned by a trusted company called Prodege LLC. However please note that in order to use SwagBucks you must access it from a limited list of countries. The list is based around the U.S. and its territories, the UK and some English-speaking countries (Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand), Canada, plus France, Germany, Spain, Portugal and India. The list of countries might be even longer so you need to sign up first and then SwagBucks will let you know whether your current country of residence is eligible to take part or will inform you when your country will join the list where the company is already available.

So is it really free to join SwagBucks? Yes, it’s entirely free to join. Simply click here and sign up with your email address. SwagBucks will really share with you earnings coming from their advertisers which utilize the company’s market research capabilities to their benefit. Simple as that. And totally legitimate as well!

What should you do to get paid from SwagBucks? The company will reward you for doing simple online tasks – completing paid surveys and polls, watching videos, searching the web, entering competitions, shopping online to earn cashback, download and play games for cash prizes, using their online search, submit your grocery receipts, and much more.

There are so many paid tasks available for SwagBucks‘ members, so you won’t even notice when you reach the payment threshold. Plus, the payment will only take a few business days before arriving to your PayPal account. As a convenient alternative you may use the option to convert your points to vouchers for Amazon, Tesco, Walmart, or other retailers available in your home country.

By the way, note that with SwagBucks you earn so-called SwagBucks Points, shortened to SBs. At the time of writing this in the UK a £10 sterling Amazon voucher will cost you 1,000 SBs to redeem and it shouldn’t take more than 10 business days before you have your PayPal account credited or your gift card issued. There are different denominations available and for UK users the minimum payout is only £1 which is currently equivalent to 1,000 SBs. Convenient, isn’t it? And worth trying for sure. After all, you won’t lose anything, unlike when you deal with HYIPs or other investment opportunities.

And lastly a piece of good advice from me personally – please do not try to cheat the system by using VPN services to change your IP-address because it’s highly unlikely it won’t be detected by the anti-fraud department in SwagBucks. In that case chances are you would be stripped of all your earnings that you might have accumulated in your account and your hard work amount to nothing. The same would happen if you pretend to be someone you’re not, and try to submit rubbish survey responses or fake information. In that case it’s going to be eventually detected and your earnings might be forfeited and your account suspended. So play nice and always be honest and SwagBucks will be honest with you too in return – it’s a win-win situation that will ensure that you will get paid properly.

I hope you have enjoyed my brief review of SwagBucks as if you have any further questions you might always refer to their FAQ, contact the friendly support team, or even get in touch with me and I will explain to you what might be unclear. And let me know on the MNO ShoutBox if you’re interested in seeing more reviews of similar legitimate money-making opportunities, as I will only continue doing so if I see a demand and positive feedback from my readers or people actually signing up under this link.

Now it’s time to get to our regular Weekly CryptoNews Digest where I select some of the most interesting updates from the world of cryptocurrencies for you with my own comment. This time I’m looking at events from the calendar week, October 31 to November 06, 2022.

Before delving into this week’s crypto news digest I think we should pause to wish Happy Birthday! Not to an individual person but rather to BitCoin itself, the very reason I decided to write these weekly news updates. I suppose you could argue as to exactly when BitCoin became “a thing”, but for all intents and purposes it came into being on October 31 fourteen years ago. That was the day its creator under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto introduced it to a barely suspecting world, thus changing the face of independent online business and commerce forever. After an inauspicious start – I won’t repeat the story here but you can Google how the first ever transaction was when a computer tech convinced his local pizza delivery shop to sell him two pies for a sum that these days would be valued at several million dollars or more – the first and still the biggest cryptocurrency has taken the financial world by storm. In my own particular niche or area of expertise, the HYIP industry or what’s lamentably left of it I saw it right away that it would eventually become the future of the industry. Little however did I actually suspect that it might actually end up replacing the industry, but that’s another story. So, Happy Birthday to BitCoin, what an impact it’s had on us all in just fourteen years!

It looks as if the slow but steady recovery of BitCoin as an asset is continuing, since going through an otherwise forgettable year. With serious issues such as inflation, rising interest rates, and the growing cost of living now being almost universal and affecting people from all walks of life across the globe, it seems as if BitCoin and other cryptocurrencies are largely unaffected. Obviously since there’s no real centralized control over such currencies people are now steadily starting to drift back and use them as a sort of holding area for their more liquid assets.

Having briefly reached the $21,000 mark, at the time of writing BitCoin is currently trading at just a whisper below that value. That of course is nowhere even close to the dizzying heights we saw just a year ago, but it does at least reflect a welcome stability and without the frenzy that so often accompanied this in the past. In fact it’s worth noting at this point that it’s almost exactly 12 months to the day when BitCoin reached its all time historical high value before the bubble finally burst and the value started to tumble in or around the second week of November 2021. This latest rally comes following its initial fall after the Federal Reserve (as the central bank is referred to in the US) announced of yet another rate hike. Week over week Bitcoin is already up 10%, and major altcoins are trading at levels not seen since September. Meanwhile, major equity markets plunged following the FED’s announcement. All of which means that, for this particular moment anyway, BitCoin is currently outperforming the NASDAQ. I’m not for a minute suggesting this might be a long term trend (though who knows?) but for sure if you are quick witted enough you really don’t need so much time to make a quick and substantial profit for yourself by identifying the opportunity and acting decisively on it at the right time.

Unfortunately despite the recovering and stabilizing price of the actual BitCoin currency, it hasn’t been all good news for the exchange providers. In fact there’s some pretty grim reading this week depending on where your business interests lie. America’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has just released its third-quarter earnings report and the figures are not pretty. On November 3, Coinbase reported that revenue had missed expectations by some distance. Company revenue plunged more than 50% from the previous year earlier as trading activity dwindled. This resulted in a loss of $545 million compared to a profit of $406 million in Q3 2021. In a letter to shareholders, the company said “Transaction revenue was significantly impacted by stronger macroeconomic and crypto market headwinds, as well as trading volume moving offshore,” Coinbase makes as much as 90% of its profit from its above-industry average transaction fees, and under current market conditions that model is clearly suffering.

In other news our old friends at multinational banking firm JPMorgan continue with the flip/flop approach to cryptocurrencies, swinging between dumping them one week to warmly embracing them the next depending on which way the wind is blowing. But in the last week they have now successfully executed their first-ever cross-border transaction using decentralized finance (DeFi) on a public Blockchain. The trade was facilitated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (MAS) Project Guardian on Nov. 2 — which was established as part of a pilot program to explore potential DeFi applications in wholesale funding markets.

In other words, the pilot was another step into examining how traditional financial institutions can use tokenized assets and DeFi protocols to conduct financial transactions, among other use cases. Singapore’s largest bank, DBS Bank, the Tokyo-based banking firm SBI Digital Asset Holdings, and business leadership platform Oliver Wyman Forum also took part in the pilot program. The trade was executed on Ethereum layer-2 network Polygon, using a modified version of the Aave protocol’s smart contract code. MAS said that a “live cross-currency transaction” was conducted, involving tokenized Singaporean dollar and Japanese yen deposits, along with a simulated exercise of buying and selling tokenized government bonds. The head of Blockchain launch and Digital assets at JPMorgan’s Onyx business unit, shared the news last week, pointing out that the tokenized Singapore dollar deposits were the first issuance of tokenized deposits by a bank.

I hope you enjoyed the Weekly CryptoNews Digest and will check out the MNO blog again next Monday when I will have another overview of the news going on during this coming week. Thanks for your attention, guys!


Here is the list of the programs from my monitor that paid me for the last 168 hours:
From MNO Sticky list: –
From MNO Premium list: –
From MNO Standard list: –
From MNO Basic list: ShuttleRent.

And that would be it for today, guys. Thanks a lot for reading MNO and I hope to see you again next time for more important news and updates you need to know about. Stay tuned with MNO – For Money Lovers!

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