My Crypto Journey- @Crypto4Winz
In early 2009 I was let go by a company with three months of pay and severance pay. I was pretty upset, but I decided to find a job in three months, and I invested my severance pay in Bitcoin. That was the beginning of my crypto journey. I have made many mistakes in crypto; you name it, I have made those mistakes. You will make mistakes, too. It’s ok. One of the terms we often use when talking crypto is DYOR, or “Do Your Research.” You learn from your mistakes through research and your experiences, and pay it forward by teaching others not to make those same mistakes, too.
After some time, I took out my profits, and I invested in stocks. Throughout the years, I became familiar with different investment
Like many, more and more people started investing in crypto during the pandemic. I got myself into some new projects, as well, and taught people how they could earn extra income with crypto. I want people to succeed. A lot of people I know are living paycheck to paycheck, and working a few different jobs to make ends meet. They’ve been missing out on time with family, and simply enjoying life. Thus, I began showing them how to trade in crypto and penny stocks. I still enjoy doing that for people who want to change their life. My biggest lesson for people is that you can’t get rich quickly! You likely won’t be an overnight millionaire unless you win the lottery. Slow and steady will win the race. That’s my policy when it comes to crypto!
Towards the end of last year, 2021, people started recommending me to different crypto development teams. I have experience as a consultant (with respective non-disclosure agreements) and had the privilege of reviewing and collaborating on whitepapers. I am also involved in teaching the crypto development teams on community engagement and listening to what their constituents are saying. Over the years, I have understood the value of a strong community. Coming out with quality projects and creating utilities is very important. The communities help to see these utilities through!
Currently, I work in an ADMIN role for BlueSparrow. One of the main reasons I love this project is that it is community and charity-based. They are heavily invested in people, and have a strong network of holders and investors behind them. Overall, I love crypto, and I love helping people. Through this, I’ve met lots of people who have now become my friends. More importantly, I get to do what I love every day! On a daily basis, I thank God for this opportunity and pray for wisdom, courage, and understanding so that I may help those in need.
Winson Alexander, @Crypto4Winz