Have you ever lived in a small space? Whether you harken back to a tiny college dorm room or a truly minuscule New York City apartment, if you have ever lived in a small space, you know how important it is to make every inch count.
One trick to living small is to save floor space by using your walls for something other than just holding your ceiling up.
There’s plenty of valuable real estate all over your home, not just on the floor. Shelves, cabinets and even simple, cheap (and endlessly customizable) pegboard racks can get your belongings organized while keeping them from taking up your limited floor or counter space (Apartment Therapy).
What a shame it would be to let all that good wall space go to waste!
And guess what? The same could be said of your computer.
SubstratumNode: Don’t Let Your Small Space Go to Waste!
If you have a computer, a web browser, and time to make a few clicks, your empty space could soon be used to host decentralized content, earning you passive income while simultaneously making the internet a free and fair place for everyone. By joining our network and utilizing SubstratumNode, you will literally be able to make your computer work for you just by setting your schedule and earning money while you sleep.
We’re excited that Substratum will soon bring these opportunities to fruition.
Join the Revolution!
Here at Substratum, one of our driving philosophies is that we support a free and fair internet by making web hosting affordable for everyone. Through supporting the decentralized web, we’re one step closer to turning that possibility into a reality.