Are you a blockchain pioneer?
- PEER Peeranha
Those who mined Bitcoin in those early months and years are very wealthy now. They were mining when Bitcoin was worthless.
Those who got into Ethereum, LiteCoin and Ripple at the beginning are also wealthy now if they held tight.
It was the blogging pioneers of the first few months at Steem, who went on to become the whales.
Only the pioneers receive the glory. It is high risk, but so too are the long term rewards.
Are you a Peeranha pioneer?
The risks are high, but so too is the potential value of PEER over the coming years.
I got into Blockchains in early 2013, my first coin I brought was Feather Coin, (Bitcoin-Fork Core client into Light Coin- Fork Core client into Feather Coin) Back then I would run the full Bitcoin wallet and would just have to wait 10 minutes or so for the wallet to SYNC before I could do a transaction.
Did the whole ETH journey from the sale which was over a year before it was released, been on exchanges while they were sinking, fighting to get my coins withdrawn before going under. I have many fund memories of the early days.
I have BLOCKCHAIN to thank, that I'm in the position to have retired early and to be able to now spend all my time in Crypto.
Even spending all day involved in Crypto, I still can't keep up with all the news.
Anyone reading this now, I would still consider a Pioneer as this life changing-tech will be used everywhere in the future. We are also all pioneers on Peeranha yet there's a lot more competition out there compaired to when Steem was released. The developers and users must be ready to pivot and adapt if and when it's needed.
Remember this "Robotics will make many manual workers redundant, Blockchains will make even more pen-pushers redundant".
I am not a pioneer in blockchain. I congratulate Sirknigth for his great effort, courage and faith for having achieved that blessing!
It is still the very early days of blockchain tech. 2020 is really going to be the first year when dapps actually start doing useful things. I think everyone here today will be looked back on as a blockchain pioneer.
Hi SirKnight, well if I consider myself a pioneer and Peeranha , and I would like to learn a lot to get many rewards.
For now in Venezuela, many problems with the Internet, which limits access to the platform. I hope these times improve and allow me to share a lot with you.
I'm glad you. He has invited us to be pioneers in Peeranha, I believe that everything he does with faith is good, I have faith and I hope within my possibilities to support this project to go far.
Thank you very much for being here with you.
I got to know of blockchain very late so I'm not a'blockchain' pioneer. However, it is never too late to get something out of blockchain.
But certainly, I can say that I am a PEER pioneer!
i am here now. for today , i am a pioneer. ilove a line in the answer of cryptobiker "Anyone reading this now, I would still consider a Pioneer as this life changing-tech will be used everywhere in the future. We are also all pioneers on Peeranha yet there's a lot more competition out there compaired to when Steem was released. "
looking forward to seeing better days on it
Being a pioneer is not bread and butter. It takes a lot of pragmatism. It takes prayers, patience and consistency. A musician Bongos Ikwue says nothing good comes easy. Being a pioneer is to patiently puttinga lot of positive work and to achieve results is the ultimate goal. keep keeping should be the slogan.
I have not really been a crypto person. Just coming from steemit to here. More fun here and a foreable future.