- Who the hell is Crypto Lee?
If you randomly came across one of my articles and decided to check out my profile, you’ll probably come across my very first article — this one. In order to make the best out of it, I thought why not tell you who I am and what I do. Well, what I do is obvious and who I am doesn’t really matter. The point is, I will help readers to dig through the sheer amount of ICOs that getting launched in the crypto market, and I do that with all my amassed experience I gained over the past few years.
You see, I’ve been around for quite some time and invested in ICOs since about a year now. Coming from the financial industry I know what things are important to look at when researching upcoming companies and making investment decisions. Even though this blog is not aimed to be financial advice, I will share my personal thoughts no each project and everyone is free to do whatever he pleases with that information. I will not sugar-coat any project I research nor will I hide possible negative findings along the way.
This is who I am and this is what I do.
Depending on when you’ve came across this article I would welcome you to follow along on my path in the blogging space and I hope you can get some value out of my writings.
To kick things off the right way, I will use a technique I use in my personal life for over 3 years now whenever I start new things: a 30-days-challenge. What that is you ask? Well, I basically try to form a new habit through repetition of a certain task over the period of at least 30 days. In order to become a better writer and blogger, I will do the same thing once this article goes live.
But wait — there’s more! Due to the fact that I’m astonished by the misinformation carried around on ICO projects, I will try my best to write short, information dense articles that can be read in 3–4 minutes while preparing your morning coffee. To make things interesting, I will post not only once a day — but twice!
After the 30 days I will post an update article about how the month went and what my learning’s were. I will hopefully look back at this very first article in a year and smile at how far I’ve come. Isn’t that the best part about starting a new venture?
I for sure think it is. Even though this article will probably never getting a single view, I know it’s there and it’s waiting for me to get quoted on April 2019 to blow some minds.
That’s it for now guys — time to work.
- Date of publication:
- Wed, 03/21/2018 - 13:52
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