Hi @ItzMeRajat, I didn’t mean 1.000 ($0.70), I meant 1000 ($700), I don’t feel comfortable disclosing the actual amount but the amount it something ridiculous like that.
Imagine any amount you feel comfortable with but I assure you that it didn’t take me 10-20 years, especially at the time where I was spammed by amazon ads, getting 1BAT an hour, with 0.25BAT per ad and much more a couple of years ago when BAT was worth almost nothing - I assure you that the amount is large, maybe not exactly 1000 BAT but a number that one wouldn’t feel ok tipping away.
You are absolutely right @Adison, thanks for reading the post and understanding it before commenting - I in fact want to explore all my options before making a decision on what to do with the BAT I hold.
I have an uphold account but I wasted my 4 accounts limit in the early days when I didn’t know that was a thing - now I have an uphold account that is just paper weight and I can’t do anything with, I can’t create a new one since it automatically gets rejected since they already have my ID.
Gemini is not supported in my country so I can’t get that - I tried using my neighbouring country as place of residence but my documentation is still from my own country and as such my account did not get approved (of course it didn’t)
Thus, for now I don’t have a way to move the BAT out because of this I wish that the 4 Profiles limit was emphasised by Brave Team or allow people to disconnect devices from UpHold admin panel.
Thanks both of you for your inputs as we can all agree that this uphold device limit is not the smartest thing and it will eventually, I imagine this is Brave’s long term solution for BAT distribution, they know that people will eventually upgrade devices and slowly stop paying out people directly and all BAT they accumulate will have to be used for actual tipping (which Brave profits from due to 5% tax on tips, making their share 35/65 instead of 30/70 that they state they give to users).
Anyway. That is that really.