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Learning is a process that is present in our lives since we are conceived, that’s a fact. From the day we are born another process begins and it goes in stages, recognizing sounds, colors, shapes, smells, that’s also a fact. Every day there’s a learning opportunity no matter how young or old we are. Me? I’m sort of a dummy in most areas, I mean, not all of us can excel in everything we do, right? But that doesn’t mean that we can’t try.
Yesterday, as I was waiting for my fever to get away from me, I read an article written by my friend @CoquiCoin (sorry for the tag) in which she talked about making purchases using BCH as a currency, among other things. She was so happy that she was able to pay for a latte in a coffee shop in Caracas, the Capital of Venezuela, and I thought: How wonderful would it be if all of us could do that? Furthermore, how awesome would it be if I could go to a grocery store or supermarket to make my purchases using BCH?
Let me explain, those who know me are well aware that I started to live out of read. cash and BCH, a bold move for a person who doesn’t know much about cryptocurrency other than the fact that they exist and don’t depend on any government or financial branch, that’s why I self-proclaimed myself as a Crypto Dummy.
However, as I said at the beginning, every day is a learning experience, and since I joined read.cash I have learned useful things, especially about the crypto world. When I translated those articles to my real life here in Venezuela, I started to see the benefits of BCH in our daily lives and how that could improve substantially our quality of life. Not only is it a money saver, but it’s a good way to begin and understand the market, its ups, and downs, andthat’s good, I mean, it teaches you the value of patience also.
For me, I can list some of the advantages I can see of using BCH:
1. - I can save money: in my country, sometimes, if a person wants to pay a 7 dollar purchase with a 10 dollar bill, the establishment makes the person so spend the whole bill because they don’t have small bills to give change (this often is a lie). Paying with BCH I pay the just amount, and the transaction fees I hear are very low, so, no unnecessary purchases, money saved!
2. – I can make a profit if I’m patient enough: BCH price dropped on a huge scale a few weeks ago, as well as other cryptocurrencies. In my wallet the day before the dip I had saved more than 25$ worth in BCH and of course, when it dropped, that value also dropped. But the prices of crypto are recovering, which means that soon enough I’ll get my 25$ or even more!
3. - SmartBCH: Coqui explained to me what SmartBCH is, and I also have read some articles from awesome people like @bmjc98 (also sorry for the tag) who are always updating their learnings about it.
It is a good way to get a few extra bucks while learning how to surf through the crypto world. I’m still trying to get on board with it, and it is set as one of my goals for the month.
Although I’m not well established yet and that I’m still a work in progress, I can already see the good that can come from BCH and I’m starting to spread the word also to my friends, well, the few friends I have, about the greatness of this, even if Rusty doesn’t like me anymore. I mean, I believe it’s a win-win for all of us who are venturing into this new world, and I hope someday I can do as Coqui and pay for my Coffee and Cake with my BCH wallet!
This is not financial advice at all, it’s just a personal view of how BCH can benefit and improve a person’s life, but by any means is a guide of what to do or not do.