There are lots of people whom I am grateful to during my journey in Bitcoin Cash but today, I just want to pay tribute to 2 very special guys who had made a huge impact in my life. One is Marc De Mesel. When I met him for the first time back in 2019, I had a really good positive impression about the guy. He is an authentic guy, gives out positive vibes, always smiling and amazing dude. If there is a guy who left a huge positive impact in my life, it's definitely Marc. And this guy is sharing his years of experience when it comes to investing and bloody hell, he's sharing it all for free. I'm really amazed and impressed by Marc. He's a top lad and if he's ever in trouble, I will cross rivers and mountains to rescue him.
The other person that left a huge impact in my life is John Nieri. I believe he is the glue that kept some people in the Bitcoin Cash community back when people were raging and want to rage quit during the IFP saga. If it wasn't for John, I would have left the community too because I was also pretty demotivated at that point. People like him is super important in a community because of the roles he played in keeping good people together. To do that requires some very unique soft skills and communication skills and I fully recognize the value of such capabilities.
Of course, I am also extremely grateful to many others and every single person promoting financial sovereignty and adoption through Bitcoin Cash. To me, Bitcoin Cash is like a new country where we are all united, despite living in different countries, walking together under the Bitcoin Cash banner of liberty and freedom and financial sovereignty.
The one thing I am starting to see as a huge benefit to folks in other parts of the world where economies and governments are totally screwed, is that crypto, and BCH in particular, has the ability to be more of a "sharing" opportunity as well.
I am NOT talking about wealth redistribution. I hate that. And I am not talking about some form of socialism. I hate that too.
But I think having at least a smidgen of realization that $1 to me has a very different value to someone else, and can be far more impacting if I can find a way to share it gives me a different perspective on money in general.
Not for nothing of course. It's got to be good content. There has to be a REASON to share it. But if people helping people through communication AND for a little bit of genuine effort can make a difference in someone's life? I think that is part of what BCH can offer as well.