The last Coil income report for 2020, with a small XRP payout, as my current focus is lying elsewhere lately.
Even though 2020 was a crazy year, the Christmas holiday season showed just how much potential there is in the print on demand business.
Focusing less on content creation leads to smaller Coil payments. But the increasing price of XRP could make up for that a little bit.
We’ve entered the hottest time of the year for ecommerce, and my print on demand sales are confirming just that. Still, completely passive.
My life has been really demanding lately, so I can’t create as much content as I would like to. As a result, there was a smaller XRP payout.
October has been another fully passive month for my print on demand business. Therefore, I’m happy with this still quite stable income stream.
I’m very excited to share that my small project will receive Spark level funding from the first call for proposals of the Grant for the Web.
My ability to produce more content last month resulted in a bigger XRP payout. There also were big news from the Grant for the Web!
The last month before Q4 has passed — and it has been a completely passive one for me. Let’s check the results for one month of doing nothing.
Without any expectations, offering freelance services on Fiverr quickly turned out to be a very interesting additional income option for me.