Cryptocurrency, Blockchain and the reason for Cup of Crypto
I first want to thank PimpMastaFunk for the review below. Honestly, I really do appreciate constructive criticism and the time that was taken to write this.
I’d like to and address each point and make it clear who I am, how the podcast is evolving, and what you can and should expect from it.
Positive pieces. Honestly, I can’t say anything more than thank you.
How the podcast started and how it has evolved. When I started learning about blockchain and crypto I found lots of people talking about what coins to buy. The entire space felt very scammy and I thought I could bring a different spin to it.
I spend every waking moment dealing with technology from my professional to personal life and thought I could bring a different vibe to this space, so the podcast was born. It’s tough to be honest. I have a more than full time job a family and not a lot of time to spare, yet I stay up late nights learning about new things and sharing it with you.
I’m a huge advocate of blockchain and cryptocurrency and firmly believe it is our future, so I don’t mind investing my time into it. I believe it will pay off in the long run and short term I get to analyze different projects, work on my speaking skills, and learn new things. Win Win Win as far as I’m concerned.
Price is something I try my best to stay away from and at first I really didn’t want to talk about specific coins, rather focus on blockchain. Unfortunately people want to hear about specific coins and what they should buy. My compromise is to focus on some of the underlying tech of the tokens and/or coins and stay away from price.
Detrimental to the space – EOS episode.
- Familiarity with the project
- Bitraged YouTube video on EOS
- Tone and positive attitude
- All new projects in this space are scams
Feedback I will work on
Focus on the objective details and facts and move away from vague marketing hype
Approach projects objectively and from a critical starting point