For those who consider that their daily random time is worth some little financial incentive and fun, here are already working projects that I know of (only the tip of the iceberg) and use myself
www.bitrad.io pays you to listen to your favourite radio station. If enough of those coins are gathered (+ bought), you can activate a passive income through the concept of “masternodes” which at the moment has an annual ROI of +34.7% (outside of high market volatility, the coin price is unstable before conversion)
Dlive is one of the equivalent for videos, that pays the viewers for watching as well as their activities, like participating in the comments for instance. Then you can keep the Lino coins for yourself or pay back the channel owner.
www.d.tvgj.fr is a permanent TV I am working on at the moment with a group of yellow jackets (we’ll offer 4 weeks of continuous programme soon)
There are other famous Youtube-like services that pays the content creators on a non-ad based model, from the “likes” received, like https://d.tube
https://steemit.com is a “social media platform where everyone gets paid for creating and curating content.” Think of Facebook/Youtube, but broader because you can provide and share any original content (text, blog articles, videos, art, excel spreadsheet or external documents, affiliate links without censorship, etc) but this time you’ll get paid from the “Likes” received, instead of ad revenues, so the quality of your work will be truely appreciated. Then you can of course convert back to Euro/Dollars on your bank account or use the earned coins to backup content creators you fancy in order to amplify them their income... This has grown to be a massively popular platform and one of the top crypto with a use-case.
https://golem.network has the aim to build a decentralized super-computer over the internet, sharing indivdual ressources to achieve computational tasks on request. Basically, you can share partly or fully your CPU and GPU power (custom set to which extent so that your computer remains not overwhelmed if you are to continue using it normally). 2 sides : either you provide your ressources in the background and get paid for the tasks “ordered” by clients on a case by case basis, or you purchase yourself remote ressources, say, to achieve a 3D modeling task which your own computer wouldn’t be capable of (too low specs, hence you’re asking for “help” not buying new equipment)
https://storj.io, above other similar projets, is the look-a-like of Golem directed at sharing your free disk space. The idea is cool : why waste unused equipment ? Easy setup. Share your free HDD or SSD space with others who will store fragmented (decentralized and redondant) data securiky on your computer (compartimented). Get paid for it ! It isn’t valid to buy equipment specially to “storage farm” for a profit, but it’s free money otherwise you have no reason to negate.