I first heard about Bitcoin in 2011, as a result of my interests in technology, economics & geo-politics, but didn’t actually buy any until early 2014. I sadly lost all of my coins later that year, due to illness & job-loss, but returned again at the start of 2017, after finally receiving successful treatment for my prior health issues.
Starting from scratch again, I managed to build up some of my lost coins, through a lot of hard work and savvy investing, over the course of that now famous bull year, but was later hacked for almost the entirety of what I had worked my ass off to recoup. An utterly depressing turn of events for me, again.
I was also a founding stakeholder in NEM. They owe me 2.25 million XEM, which they won’t pay me, but that’s another shitty story. What they’ve done is classed as a breach of contract, in any other market.
My crypto journey has been one full of unfortunate encounters with difficult times, scammers, hackers & lowlife scumbags. It’s been a painful ride, that has left me very disillusioned with the the crypto world, to be quite honest. Recently, I was very close to throwing the towel in once and for all, but for some reason I’m still here.
I ask myself why?
Perhaps the answer is - The Saturn Network
I’m a creator & builder at heart. I believe in this project.
The last time I was this excited about another project, was when I first learned of bitcoin. The Saturn Network whitepaper offers an inspiring insight into the future, and if all that’s been laid out therein comes to fruition, then I am confident that the protocol will cement itself as essential infrastructure for asset exchange and censorship resistant governance, that will pioneer a truly decentralized universe.
The Saturn Network is the Bitcoin of Decentralized Exchanges.