In the crypto world, there are very few projects for the general public because most of them do not understand the concept of defi.

self.binance1m ago
Now, I'll mostly be talking about passive income generators in the crypto world, not specifically in defi, but rather those that are in application form and can be easily downloaded from the Playstore, where the user can simply participate and earn without any hassle or time commitment. The first is the all-time popular brave browser, which pays you in its native cryptocurrency (BAT token) depending on how many ads you watch, and the second is social good, which pays you in crypto to shop online from stores. For a newbie, the basic layer 1 is far too simple. And if you want to go even higher, all you have to do now is join affiliate programmes. Some cryptocurrency companies will compensate you for bringing more people onto their platform. Affiliate links, referrals, or some other type of discount offered to new users who are introduced to the platform by you are examples of this. Affiliate programmes can be a great way to supplement your income if you have a large social media following. To avoid spreading the word about low-quality projects, it's always a good idea to do some preliminary research on the services. Join the Binance Affiliate Program if you want to earn passive income while introducing the world to Binance! If you've made it this far, you can move on to defi, which includes lending, staking, and peer-to-peer (P2P) trading. What are your thoughts on these sources of passive income?