Does anyone know why my current earnings is diplayed as it is? It was normal till yesterday. Suddently, it is gone and the double hifen is shown along with a 3.500 reward on the top that I have no idea where it came from.
You need to connect to Uphold / Gemini to see the current earnings and earn them. From this update vBATs has been dropped and only connected profiles will get BATs. Disconnected ones will have current earnings displayed this way.
Thanks @SmartyAadi for taking your time to answer me. I got you point, but in principle my Brave is connected with my Uphold wallet as you can see in attached screenshot. It is weird… or I am no longer understanding how to deal with ti LOL
Yes, but it’s from Rewards and Creators. I’ve had some people who were incredibly kind and tipped me as a thanks for the support I’ve provided to them. In terms of Rewards, I earn between 12-30 each month typically. It really does fluctuate quite a bit.
So, @SmartyAadi : I got your point. But when I look at the Uphold app on my cellphone I see that it is connected (as far as I understand). Please see screenshots attached. I also got paid last month through it.
So, I am in Canada and the closest currency would be US dollar (There are only three possible options available). However, when I select US dollar it asks for SSN/TIN for my annual tax filling […] US bank account. But like I said, I have a Canadian bank account.
In this case, to pretend I will withdraw, a bank account must be registred on my Uphold account and I am a bit lost on this step.
Could you please shed light on this matter?
Thank you in advance
So for that aspect, you’d have to contact Uphold directly to find out if any changes. And maybe go create your own topic here to ask if anyone from Canada can share what they have been doing. I’m going to assume maybe they just have been sending to other exchange to withdraw, such as Binance or something.
Yeah, they are. The biggest thing is there’s a lot of very strict laws and regulations throughout the world. Each country sees crypto differently and also requires certain licenses or types of reporting. On top of that, you have government sanctions and all that tend to play a part as well. All of that combined can make it difficult for exchanges to do business in countries around the world.