I first heard about bitcoin back in 2010 when it was first mentioned as an alternative digital currency that was outside the control and manipulation of the current banking system. When the price of bitcoin spiked after the Cyprus bank collapse bail-in, it dawned on me that bitcoin had true potential to be a viable financial instrument, similar to precious metals. It wasn’t until early 2017 that I truly began to see the implications of bitcoin (and other blockchain-based technologies,) in a world that was going from centralized-everything to a more decentralized, local, face-to-face and peer-to-peer interactive model.
Since then, I ventured down the rabbit hole and never looked back. I’m always finding something new to learn about, and with the technology still young, it’s been exciting to witness it as it grows.
Along the way, I’ve learned a few things and the information I share is my small contribution to changing the world by helping others learn about these life-changing technologies.
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