About the new minimum cashouts.
March 20, 2016 10:10pm CST
After Alex told us about lowering the minimum cashout for a couple of months, I went to see what I had earned in March and discovered that I had a little over $1. That, in my country doesn´t buy much more that a loaf of bread. What brings me to the question if we are here for the money or is it another thing that moves us to write posts and answer comments. I can asure you that the amount of money I pay for the internet it a lot more than $1 or $10. But the fun I have, the things I have learned from friends aling the years here pay more that a lot of coins. I went away years ago when mylot changed. It was because my friends went away too and there were other kinds of conversations. And although then I did make the usual $10 a month, I was not here mainly for that. What is mylot for you, friends? Am I the only one who will br benefited by the $1 cashout for a couple of months? What do you think of it?
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21 Mar 16
I earn more stretching my money when I go to the super and learning how to cook with cheaper ingredients. But for me mylot is not a source of earning (how can it be if I don´t earn more than a dollar or two each month?) but of exchanging ideas with friends from all around the world.
21 Mar 16
I used the word "loaf of bread" but I wasn´t meaning a special bread. The kind you speak of is about the same here. I hope you are right in the second part of your answer. I used to meke the minimum at the old mylot because more people answered my posts.
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21 Mar 16
I don't really care too much about the pay, i guess. I am a quite no nonsense kind of person so I am very indifferent to a lot of things. Yeah when myLot changed I left and that was mainly because no one was interacting and it was getting swamped by spammers.