What city is the entrepreneurship capital of the United States? Where does one find the densest enclave of concentrated, up-and-coming startup culture? Silicon Valley? Palo Alto?
Nope. It's Boulder, which boasts twice as many startups per capita versus any other American city; this pole position has been a long time in the making: "Since 1960, it has quietly nurtured nascent industries, including natural foods, computer storage, biotech, and now Internet companies." While Boulder is famed for its emphasis on work/life balance, make no mistake; its citizens take the 'work' part of that equation seriously.
I always thought i was late to the game with Bitcoin and the other cryptocurrencies. One of my friends wrote about Bitcoin in 2012, and then bought one at $1000. He watched it fluctuate up and down, and today it's worth $17,000, down from $19,500 just a few days ago. Why would I buy now and of course, what's the least sketchy way to buy?
I never bought cryptocurrencies because i didn't understand how. It wasn't easy, plus I was more focused on investing in real estate and online assets (like domain names).
However, watching the market in the past 2 weeks has changed everything about my strategy...