Happy new year! It’s been thirteen years since the bitcoin network launched. Satoshi Nakamoto mined the first bitcoin block on this day in 2009.
Since then, the world has changed. So many lies plague the burgeoning crypto space, and those of us who can see the writing on the wall share a duty to warn others about the deception and the risks.
That is why Jeff Berwick and I, along with Ed Bugos and Mr. X, decided to launch The Crypto Vigilante (SUBSCRIBE).
Our seasoned and growing team focuses on the three pillars of crypto: fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and operational security. No one else does or even attempts to do what we do.
Fundamental analysis is analyzing the constitutive makeup of crypto itself. Every network and every protocol goes through this analysis. It answers, what does this coin do? What does this protocol do? How is this network built?
On the other hand, technical analysis follows the markets and aims to understand the trends. Our technical analysts were the first in the world to chart Bitcoin in the BitcoinTalk forums in 2010. Their experience in the space is insurmountable.
Operational security asks, “How do I use this coin and keep myself safe and secure?” People are nosy, easily programmed by the media, and we need to stay safe from megalomaniacs like the government. One of the main motivations of crypto is to get those who do not mind their own business off our back.
I covered all of this in-depth in my recent walk-and-talk vlog from somewhere on a beach. I even got a little fired up.
Enjoy the full video here:
As they say, sunlight is the best disinfectant.
Happy birthday, bitcoin! May your future be bright.
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