Crypto Education South Africa
Guess what? You have landed on Crypto Education South Africa website. The fact that you are here means you are interested in cryptocurrencies. If this is the case, then you are in the right space.
My name is Jim Ramontja and I am in the health care profession. I am saying this so that you become aware that I am not a computer-tech kind of a person. I only started developing interest in cryptocurrencies about a year ago. But, I can say I have been deeply attracted to computers and the internet since 2015.
I know people use their internet devices mostly to visit and interact on social media. There is nothing wrong with that. But there is more you can do with your time and your smart device.
Do you know there are multi-million rand businesses that were started from scratch and purely on the internet. Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook started the social media giant with a couple of friends in their hostel room in 2004. Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google in a garage in the late 90s. There are hundreds of other businesses that were started on and exist only on the internet.
The internet is evolving each and every day, bringing with it new real opportunities to make a living. Here is another example: Ubar is just a website. But it has revolutionised the taxi industry in way not seen before. Today private car owners can easily turn their vehicles into taxis because the Ubar Mobile App makes it easy for them to get customers.
This is surely not the end. The internet is still in its infancy. New genuine opportunities to make money on the internet will surely keep emerging. The latest of these opportunities is dealing in cryptocurrencies!
Cryptos and Scams
A few people in South Africa are already involved in cryptocurrencies, particularly bitcoin. What worries me is that people believe that they need to join urgencies or schemes to be able to invest in cryptocurrencies. There have been reports of scams where people lost their monies because they believed they had to join one organisation or the other before taking part in the crypto world.
One of the most publicised bitcoin ponzi schemes took place in Ladysmith, KZN. The scheme collapsed in July 2019. Many people lost their money. Follow this link to read the story.
What is even worrying is that I still come across people trying to lure other people to invest in crypto schemes. And, people are still buying such stories. This has made me realise that fellow South Africans need to be educated on cryptocurrencies. This is the main reason I started Crypto Education South Africa.
Few Facts About Cryptocurrencies:
You don’t need any one to front you in order to invest in bitcoin or other alternative coins. You can buy bitcoin and altcoins on any cryptocurrency exchange website. You then need to transfer them into your own wallet, either installed on your your computer or a cold hardware wallet that you can store safely.
Making money with cryptocurrencies depends to a larger extent on the performance of the specific coin you invested into, and NOT on your scheme. There is no way your scheme can make you more money than what you’d get investing directly into the coin.
Crypto Education South Africa
I will talk about dealing with cryptocurrencies in detail in this Crypto Education South Africa website. I will guide you on how to buy different cryptocurrencies, how to save them, and how to exchange them safely.
I will explain why I think cryptocurrencies are important and why you should take part in this new disruptive economy. You’ll find all these and many more on Crypto Education South Africa. The cryptocurrency technology is at this moment at the stage Google was during late 1990s. People who saw the potential of the search engine technology and invested in at that moment are today well off. I am not saying any specific cryptos will make you rich. All I am saying is: this industry has a huge potential and I am pleased to be part of this potential!
To Your Success!