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.

Announcing a new dawn for this blog (drumroll)

Listen: I have to change gears with this blog. There’s no other way around it.

As I’ve told you before (once, twice) this publication’s objective is to serve as a living and breathing CV to get jobs as a writer, and it worked. The thing is, terrible occurrences started happening when I announced it. If you get one thing from this blog let it be this: don’t brag. It’s bad luck. As soon as I did, the matrix started glitching and in a span of two weeks those two jobs vanished into thin air. I’m not giving any details, I’m a gentleman after all, but I’ll say this: it wasn’t my employers fault nor mine, it was something in the air. Bad juju. Weird vibes.

So yeah, I have to change gears, and the guides to Venezuelan Art (one, two) are the guiding posts I’ll follow from now on. I’ll still use this blog as my CV, but I won’t talk about my paid work anymore. You should still hire me though.

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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.