We need to talk about cryptocurrencies. Here are my ten greatest articles.

Cheers to the site I’m ghostwriting for. They gave me permission to share with you the best of my work.

These articles are SEO-heavy-keyword-filled-monsters.

The texts don’t have my usual flair, because that’s not what the client needed. 

These are lean and mean traffic generating machines.

And they’re full of useful info if you’re looking to get into the cryptocurrency craze of 2021.

After the jump, we’ll discuss: Binance, Coinbase, Kraken, Bittrex, and Coinmama. Which of these cryptocurrency exchanges is better for you? We’ll talk about Ripple and the XRP, about Lumen and its Stellar, and of course about the king and queen of the ball: Bitcoin and Ethereum. As a bonus we’ll feature the Verge coin, is it the new hot investment or an example of what not to do?

Get all of the answers and a lot more, after the jump:

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Third feature on Hackernoon!

As you might know, I’m a big Hackernoon fan. So, to be featured there again is a big accomplishment as far as I’m concerned. 

The “Is Mass-Cryptocurrency-Adoption Venezuela’s Destiny?” lives in Hackernoon as well, let’s celebrate.

If you are my client as Alt Asset Allocation is, you can expect me to go the extra mile and do my best for our posts to get maximum traffic. I can’t guarantee or even offer that we’ll get featured on Hackernoon, this was a one time deal. It came to be because the topic was so interesting for the general public. 

So hey, hire me to write about those exciting things that move the world. Maybe we can accomplish something similar.

WORK: “Important facts: Is mass-cryptocurrency-adoption Venezuela’s destiny?”

Infographic: How Common is Crypto? | Statista

This “Important facts: Is mass-cryptocurrency-adoption Venezuela’s destiny?” is one of the articles I’m more proud of. But, for some strange reason, I hadn’t linked it in my own blog.

A blog that nowadays is nothing less than my living and breathing CV. Even though the weird articles I published at the beginning are getting far more traffic, I’m trying to keep this space nice and clean for my prospective clients.

I’m not sure it’s the right strategy, but it’s a strategy nonetheless. So, if you’re one of those prospective clients, consider the effort I’m making on your behalf. And hire me –> mcdcccs @ gmail . com

This is an article about a complex subject: why hasn’t cryptocurrency taken hold in Venezuela despite the fact that the economic landscape of the country seems like fertile ground for it.

And still, it gets all green lights in the YOAST SEO plugin. An incredible feat, if I may say so myself.

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WORK: “What happens when all the 21 million Bitcoins are mined?”

Photo by Aleksi Räisä on Unsplash

Boom! Another smoking hot crypto article published, to end the year with a bang. I want this topic to be my niche and the magic is taking hold. I just need to publish a hundred more throughout 2020 and my reputation will be solidified. So, you know, hire me.

This time I tackled a familiar subject that all of the experts have analyzed, and summarized and explained in the simplest way. It’s supported by the most credible sources and it lights up all the green lights in the Yoast SEO plugin. So, you know, victory!  

But anyway, what will happen when all Bitcoins are mined? Find out in the real article, or get a taste after the jump:

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ARTICLE: “How cryptocurrencies opened the doors for my escape from Venezuela”

Original Art by Emiliano Siem AKA Sooperchicken

LOL, I can’t believe it took me so long to publish this here, it happened more than a month ago. Arguably my biggest accomplishment since I started writing in English, I got published in Hacker Noon. This site is a daily check for me and there I am, among their pages, among their contributors.

I want to keep writing for them, keep the momentum going, but my aim is to write about cryptocurrencies from a user perspective and I already spent all of my Bitcoin. And that’s where the story starts:

I sold all my bitcoins before the latest stage of the crypto winter.

I’m not proud of it and I’m not a seer, I was just broke and hungry. That money was my safety net and now I’m free falling into the abyss, but that’s neither here nor there. The point is I’m not a Bitcoin owner anymore. And cryptocurrencies seem to be falling into the abyss… 

Then I go into my usual conspiracy-minded-type-of-argument:

I don’t claim to know exactly what’s happening, I’m as confused as the authors of the articles about the crash I’ve been reading. What I do know is that Bitcoin’s economy is not strong enough yet and it’s still vulnerable to attacks and manipulation. 

(…)

Intrigue, prestidigitation, dirty tricks. An attack, that is how I see this crash and that is how I see the boom and super high climb of 2017. That shit wasn’t natural and this isn’t either. Dark forces are playing with our heads and with our money supply, testing our behavior, watching us run for our lives. And taking notes.

And then and only then I start telling my story. Which is a good one, and complements my more dramatic guest-post on Metapsychosis from a few months ago.

So don’t waste more time, go and read it –> “How cryptocurrencies opened the doors for my escape from Venezuela” — According to Medium it’ll take only five minutes and at the moment of publication has 182 claps that support the message.

New clients: Forever Redwood and Posterity (links to live articles inside)

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In your face, world.

For the untrained eye it would seem like this blog is failing. I opened it a year ago and my posts have zero traction, I’ve only gathered a few followers and I seldomly update it. The detail you’re all missing has always been clear and in the open, the objective of this publication is to find honest jobs for me out there in the wilderness of the Internet. I announced it. Twice. In that regard, the success is evident. I’ve been working, and that’s the main reason things have been so quiet around here.

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Honesty is…

This blog exists because I need work.
Paying jobs as a writer.
You should hire me and compensate me in Dollars or Bitcoin.

A little about me: I spent the last seven years of my life sculpting my first novel, “La Tormenta”, while my country, Venezuela, fell to pieces around me. The writing process was challenging enough, the hardest endeavour I’ve endured by far, and I also had to deal with devaluation over devaluation, working for a shrinking salary, shortages of everything that’s sacred, all kind of strikes and protests and roadblocks set on fire. Also, people just yapping on and on about all that and the latest sporting event, instead of listening to me whine about my work.

I also had very noisy neighbors.

So, not to brag, but I’m basically indestructible and kind of a Superhero.
In related news, in the downtime I also became a sorcerer.

And now, you can have me as part of your team. Hire me.

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Cover art by: Adolfo Malavé, designer extraordinaire.

The best policy

This blog exists because I need work.
Paying jobs as a writer.
You should hire me and compensate me in Dollars or Bitcoin.

So, I’m writting in english for the first time in my carreer. Competing on the widest market on the Internet, which sounds logical and I suppose I should have done it sooner. I love the spanish language with a passion, but those people in my country, Venezuela, never really got me. I’m not hurt by it and I’m not complaining. My worldwide-cuttingedge-alienlike sensibility was too much for them and that’s alright. But with you, that’s another story. I finally found my audience.

So, you know?, hire me.

P.S. I also need followers and likes, you know how employers are with that shit. So, you know? Tell your friends I arrived.