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Programmers — Stop Faking Your Passion. Chase it, Instead.

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Recently I came across story of a Nigerian soft drink seller named Crypto Shaolin. Living in poverty, he came to know about Bounty0x from one of his acquaintances. The platform offered crypto money in exchange of social media marketing tasks for startups.

The man ended up earning $50K annually working 15–20 hours / week — far from his original job chasing tourists…

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