Crypto for the Original Ones
All you need to know about the financial revolution underway on planet Earth today
Since committing to teaching the Original Ones about bitcoin and decentralized finance, I’ve been somewhat undecided how to best do this. For three reasons:
First, navigating the potential of total information overload for the novice.
Secondly: money and investing can be emotional and high-anxiety. Coupled with the fact that decentralization — out of the box — doesn’t come with the safety mechanisms that are a feature of ‘patriarchal’, centralized systems. (For example: the password reset for an online account.)
Third, the question of energetic balance and the compensation of my time and energy.
But we are approaching a potentially tumultuous phase on the Daily Map, as identified by the Seer, and so I’m going to host an introductory orientation session without having figured out the above exactly. I’ll transfer as much information to you as is viable in one go, and then we’ll see where that leaves us.
Ultimately, you want to get to the point where you are prepared & able to spin on a dime. To buy bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies; to fully control, convert and move your wealth, should you need to — and are not left holding the bag.
If you like, you can make a voluntary contribution by donating to my PayPal (in Euro, CAD & USD) or by sending bitcoin or ether — when you’ve learned how. You can also use my crypto.com → referral link (code: 9xort10xjx) to create an exchange account there.
Please note that exchanges typically involve a ‘KYC’ (Know Your Customer) verification. This means that your application needs to be approved first. Regardless of whether you plan to enter the market now, you might want to get this out of the way before the next bitcoin bullrun strikes, since significant registration delays are likely to be incurred at that time.
Our introductory session will be start at 4PM CEST on Saturday, September 5th. This is 7AM Pacific and 10AM Eastern. The room will open 15 minutes prior. I’m managing this all alone, so I won’t be able to provide much in the way of tech support. But you can learn about joining a Zoom meeting here →
If you wish, you can send me your questions ahead of time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned for further details!