Andy, also known as Crypto Badger, is nominated for a 2021 Noonies award. He writes articles about crypto and investing every 10 days or so and posts them on Hackernoon. He also posts 2-3 videos every week on his YouTube channel. The most important thing for me is the high quality of my content, but at the same time, I also want to make sure that I post it regularly. I think it will still take a few more years before it will become more user friendly, especially for less technical people. Not an actual badger 😉 Dedicated to helping people learn about the world of crypto.

Hey, Hackers! I’m Andy, also known as Crypto Badger (@iamcryptobadger).

First of all, a huge thank you to the HackerNoon community and staff for nominating me for a 2021 Noonies award! I’ve been nominated in the following category; please do check out these award pages and vote:

> Contributor of the Year – Investment: https://noonies.tech/award/2021-hackernoon-contributor-of-the-year-investment

As someone in the crypto investing industry, I believe that the most exciting technology of the present is anything blockchain-related because of the impact it will have on the world in the coming years – DeFi, NFTs, metaverse, etc. – and at the moment, we’re seeing only the tip of the iceberg. Learn more about my thoughts and opinions on investing in crypto and NFTs and my journey in the tech industry via the interview below. 1. What do you do, and why do you do it? (tell us your story)

I create content (articles and videos) about various aspects of crypto and NFTs – technical analysis, market commentaries, tutorials for beginners, etc. I want to help people understand blockchain technology and its different uses and help them with investing in it.

Crypto is still in its very early days, and it can be quite intimidating for newcomers. Even amongst the people who started investing in crypto, there are still many (if not the vast majority) who only feel comfortable with buying crypto on a centralized exchange but don’t know how to set up their own software or hardware wallet, how to transfer their crypto, use Uniswap , use different networks, bridge assets, stake the tokens, purchase NFTs, etc.

Blockchain technology is developing very fast, but I think it will still take a few more years before it will become more user friendly, especially for less technical people (for example, my parents;) My background is in teaching technical aspects of photography and video at a university level so explaining technical concepts to the audience at various levels comes naturally for me. 2. Tell us more about the things you create / write / manage / build!

The most important thing for me is the high quality of my content, but at the same time, I also want to make sure that I post it regularly. I write articles about crypto and investing every 10 days or so and post them on Hackernoon, and after a week or two, I re-post them on Medium to reach a different audience. I also post 2-3 videos every week on my YouTube channel. One is my regular market commentary video, which I post every Monday – it contains some technical analysis of Bitcoin , Ether , and ADA and my thoughts about recent market movements and speculations on what is likely to happen next. I then usually focus on 2-3 low-cap altcoins.

On Tuesdays, I post videos focused on NFTs. They have a similar format to my Monday videos but are aimed at a different audience as people who are into NFTs are not always into crypto and vice-versa. And then, on Fridays, I post various crypto tutorials – how to set up your MetaMask, how to use Pancake Swap, or a guide to IGOs. On top of that, I post on Twitter, usually a few times a day. 3. How did you end up on your current career path? Do you like it?

I first became interested in Bitcoin in 2013 but haven’t really done much about it, other than researching it a bit. Then in 2017, I invested in Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP. I learned a little bit about crypto, but it was mainly as a long-term hodl portfolio. Then at the beginning of this year, I started putting all my spare time into crypto. This space is evolving so quickly that it’s really hard to stay on top of things, but I find it incredibly interesting and can happily spend hours looking […]

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