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15 things to do instead of waiting for your transactions to clear

Now that Tap offers instant free transactions between users, you'll have a lot more time on your hands. Here are some ideas of what you can do with said free time.

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In these times of instant gratification, lightning-fast transactions are like avo toast for our wallets: essential and totally worth it. Ain’t nobody got time for slow transactions. Quick transactions keep us in the flow, allowing us to book those Taylor Swift concert tickets before they’re sold out (too soon?) or send money to our broke friend in a flash. 

Plus, they save us from awkward moments, like when the barista gives us the stink-eye for holding up the line while we fumble trying to work out which card has the bucks on it. So, let's embrace the speed and keep the good vibes rolling, one speedy transaction at a time! 

Now that we’ve perfected the art of instant transactions between Tap users and lightning-fast crypto-to-fiat payments, we understand the downside is that we’ve freed up a lot of time for you. In light of going the extra mile for our community, here are 15 things you can do with all your free time now. 

  1. Try to find something to watch on Netflix

Classic time-guzzler, don’t actually find something. Then you’ve gone too far. 

  1. Replay that awkward moment when you said the wrong thing at a partner’s family dinner.

We’ve all been there. We’ve all done it. Unravel your therapy and live it again. 

  1. Watch Bella Poach's lip-syncing "M to the B" by Millie B six times

Maybe then you can understand why it's the most-watched TikTok this year. If you find the answer please let us know.


  1. Explain the current crypto climate to your cat. 

Sir Meowsalot knows things. Good luck trying to explain the FTX drama. 

  1. Actually floss your teeth.

Don’t just say you’re gonna do it. Do it. You have the time now. 

  1. Water your plants and shower them with compliments. 

In a study by the Royal Horticultural Society, researchers discovered that talking to your plants really can help them grow. Water also helps (no study needed).

  1. Take 5 long and deep breaths and find your inner zen.

Clear out the mind clutter and namaste yourself into a calm state. You deserve this moment of serenity, especially after trying to find something to watch on Netflix.

  1. Reply to your mother in law

For extra brownie points add a compliment about her famous homemade dish. In the land of family politics, brownie points are the true currency of affection.

  1. See if your dream shoes are still on special

Just to see… 

  1. Price check all the ingredients for a dish you’ll probably never actually make.

Well, you might finally take the leap if you knew what it would cost. 

  1. Try to solve a Rubik's Cube in under a minute.

It's a battle between your determination and the colorful cube of frustration. Or just embrace the chaos and mix it up again. 

  1. Watch a Vine compilation on YouTube and attempt not to laugh.

Spoiler: it's nearly impossible. 

  1. Attempt a TikTok dance routine in the privacy of your own home.

No one can judge you if no one can see. You’ll probably be amazing. 

  1. Put together a gameplan for that DIY project that’s been haunting your Pinterest board.

Envision your masterpiece coming to life. We’re not saying actually do it. Just consider what you’ll need to do. 

  1. Research that great idea you had at 2 am this morning.

Hey, it could make you the next Bill Gates (or at least on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list). Dive into the depths of the internet. 

Well, you get the point. Embrace the free time with Tap’s genius technology. 


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