Honestly I haven't really focused on withdrawing too much, because I have been investing in my Uptrennd account. Yes, I was always looking at my 1Up as a long term investment.
However I did find myself short on funds every so often, so kept some in my wallet for emergencies. This was lucky, because I needed it a few times!
My first withdrawal was used to pay for a server bill, when some funds I was expecting didn't arrive on time. I was really grateful to have those emergency funds!
However with the recent development of @tigerlily #1upto600 initiative, I am really focused on building up my emergency fund from somewhere else, and hodling as much 1Up as I can. Click here to visit her profile for more information about her initiative, and how you can help us to make 1Up worth $600 USD per coin!
While initially this has given me a little less time to post on my home, which is Uptrennd, in the long run it will help Uptrennd. I would like to thank @Navi for giving me the idea and the links to quality platforms which are helping me with both causes!
If you are curious about what an Uptrennd withdrawal looks like, here is a screenshot of mine:
If you are new to Uptrennd, I urge you not to withdraw right away. First build up your account. Level up. If you don't, you will never see your account grow to its full potential. Not only does a higher level help you to earn a lot more, it says that you really do value your account, and are invested in Uptrennd.
If engaging in comments is not bringing people to your profile, ask some of the more established members to check a post or two, and see if you are actually providing quality. It might be that people are reading, but not liking it.
If you get positive feedback from those who you ask, you might want to try boosting your next post. This will guarantee that people at least see the title, cover image, and preview text.
If you would like to enter this contest for a chance to win some 1Up, click here!
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