Crypto New Year Resolutions

Bitcoin came nine years ago. It took the world by storm. The tech industry was boggled by the idea of it. It was given attention, hype, tv time and lots and lots of chat forums opened to ramble on about it. People everywhere were trying to decipher what can happen next and what could it mean for their futures.

Then six years later, another crypto dared to give a challenge to the monopolizing king crypto. This was the rise of Ethereum. Suddenly people were talking about a new thing, new crypto, crypto that was not bitcoin. It was another currency. A new one that could do a lot more than the previous one.

Suddenly, blockchain did not just belong to bitcoin but also ethereum. And that changed everything, opening the floodgates to a lot of trolls and a lot of followers.

Times have changed since. It took cryptos a lot of years and a lot of patience to develop and come to the moment in history where they are still alive. The world of cryptos is waiting on tech singularity whereby the artificial intelligence takes over strategic matters and adopts crypto to a level that cryptos become stable to the USD.

The success and journey of cryptos would not have been possible without the love and support of the enthusiasts and lovers who have maintained a love-hate relationship with the tech and now have become an integral part of this parade. So here are the new year resolutions for all of us to help cryptos fly again:

    1. Believe in the cause

    2. Hold back the negativity

    3. Let hype do its magic

    4. Do not rain on somebody’s parade

    5. Don’t fight, HODL.

Together we can make cryptos great again, and maybe this time, the world will know why we all need them so bad. Of course, it is our job to do good in the world, let’s do that in the name of this grand tech.

Got any of your own, let us know! Maybe yours are better than ours, share to make this world a better place!

Khunsha Javed

A Filmmaker, PR enthusiast & Editor of BlockPublisher-Unfiltered. I like things that make my brain tingle. Email: khunsha@blockpublisher.com or editor.unfiltered@blockpublisher.com

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