Introduce yourself


#127

Hi,
I am also fairly new to crypto, and I will attempt to answer your questions.

  1. If you are based in the US, coinbase is a very user-friendly and simple exchange. However, their selection of coins is not as vast as some other exchanges, and some users complain about fees. If you are looking for something a little more advanced, I have had a very positive experience with binance . com
  2. I find Mediumhas a lot of useful blogs. Specifically, the hacker noon page posts a lot of interesting crypto articles from a variety of authors.
  3. I just recently discovered the DApps channel which is great for approaching blockchain from a developer’s perspective. The videos are long, but they are dense, not filler.

#128

HI All

My name is Antonio, my block stack ID is antonio.id

I am working with my colleague on an open art marketplace project. We are now close to have a functioning MVP. We are using decentralised user identity, decentralised user storage, bitcoin blockchain for provenance records. We have built real-time auctioning as well. There are so much tech details it would take me some time to write about it. I am proud to say we have succeeded in building a fully decentralised platfrom for art, but it can be used for anything else as well.

I am based in Berlin Germany, and Zagreb Croatia.

Linkedin:
TW:

Anyone interested to pitch in on our project sends me a direct message. We are currently looking for testers and frontend designer to help us create a new type of marketplace.

Check out our project on radicle.art - releases are every several h and its a big work in progress!

Support us by voting for our project in app mining reward program.

If there are any artist ( digital or media ) please contact me so we can unlock uploading art feature for you.

Antonio
Co-founder
radicle.art


#129

Hello, blockstack community!

My name is Kim, but you can call me Thinkverse or Think, I’m a freelance developer located in Stockholm, Sweden, I am currently not working on any projects related to Dapps, but hopefully I will in the future.

You can find my id.blockstack in the explorer here and my personal website at this adress


#130

welcome. be sure to check out https://app.co/blockstack and look into our app mining program if you are looking to build on Blockstack! Let us know if you have any questions.


#131

Hi to all, guys!
Nice to be here :slight_smile:


#132

Hi, my name is Lillian Foreman. I am new to the blockstack and I want to contribute to the community. I am a software architect by profession and a fond of crypto. I have graduated from Stanford university back in 2014 and since than I have been working with Cloudways who is a managed cloud hosting server provider. I was the prominent member of their team who created the one click solution platform for Cloudways and who made the platform sustainable enough to cater Amazon AWS web server.


#133

Hey all! My name is Joe and I am a big fan of the BlockStack project. Woohoo!


#134

@LillianForeman Welcome to the community! where are you based?


#135

Hello everybody! I am an ordinary person interested in crypto and stocks and want to find here new friends!


#136

Glad to see so invloved in cryptocurrency people here, as I am. Quick question: do you use any software for your work, like any trading bot? Because I tried such one and was very impressed with the result.


#137

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