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I am Ekesiba Henry, a Graduate of Geology from the University of Calabar, hailing from Southern Nigeria.
Here’s my Bitcoin Story
I came into the crypto community in 2019 through a friend who offered to teach me how to use Binance for free, and then he introduced me to other apps which he advised me to make investments and keep.
In September 2019, I put in my first 100,000 Naira and saw it surge a little and plotted a means to start investing for people so they’d get a return on investment. I gathered about 600,000 Naira among the group, which I put in around 2020. All I’ve seen is a crashing wind that never surges anymore; I was still curious because I knew there’d be more to this. I suffered loss and had to clear my debts.
I was still curious this year as I searched the internet, looking for tangibility amidst the crypto space. I joined a room on Twitter where I began to hear the likes of Mr. Swaranji, Mr. Oluwasegun, Mr. DjSatoshi, Dr. Leo Eze, and a few others. The exciting part is that I gathered information on Bitcoin, which fed my interests. The more I began to source materials and spent hours studying; I understood what Bitcoin was.
I now understand Bitcoin is not just an open-source network or a digital currency but a genuine concept of sound money. Bitcoin gives me access to real money though I haven’t any yet; I could see if bitcoin fixed the money, then bitcoin could fix the world too. Bitcoin will shrink the divide between the rich and the poor. Democracy could come into reality as the people’s government, for the people, and by the people.
Bitcoin is the Currency of Freedom, having a limited supply that cannot be hijacked by any government or lead to inflation. It is a digital currency that makes it standard in the digital age, and it’s global, making international transactions smooth, easy, and fast.
The Bitcoin Revolution is here, and if you’re coming in now, you’re still early and can harness its potential. Do the Math!
This is a guest post by Ekesiba Henry. Follow him on Twitter @ekesibahenry. Opinions expressed are entirely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Satoshi’s Journal or Satoshi’s Entertainment Company.