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Q&A #2 with @CryptoPunish

1. Who is @CryptoPunish, what is his background?

My background is pretty diverse. I have experience in marketing, mathematics, construction, and business. I love sports, cars, and girls. I’ve been around crypto for about 3 years. Those years haven’t been as successful as the last one.

2. What are you currently working on and what are your plans for 2018 onwards?

I’m working on building my audience and community. I have a dedicated discord group with twitter followers and masternode enthusiasts. We do a lot of great things together. I do some trade calls when the market is bullish, and I’m always hosting masternode pools.

As a group, we own over 40 masternodes that I host. I don’t take any fees, and I personally pay people their rewards in BTC every week. This is something I do in my free time, and I really enjoy it.

3. What your first month of crypto looked like?

My first month in crypto wasn’t very good. I made bad decisions. Bought the highs and sold the lows at times. I learned a ton from all the twitter OGs and taught myself to trade. I picked up some good and bad habits.

4. You are a MN and POS freak, what clicks you to invest in a project?

When I invest in a masternode project, I look for a strong community, a strong product, a professional website, and a busy developer team. There are two masternode projects that come to mind over all of the others.

GINCoin ($GIN) has a one-click masternode setup where their web platform walks you through setting up your masternode. Anybody can set these up at ease. They’ve expanded their reach by adding other various masternode coins to this platform. Once this catches on, every masternode coin on the market will be forced to adapt to this or get beaten very badly.

ApollonCoin ($XAP) has a toolchain you can use to keep track of daily rewards, get alerts when your masternodes go online/offline, keep track of coin prices, and a lot more. $XAP also has a fantastic community that very active in the project, and just wont sell!

5. MN and POS you own?

I own quite a few masternodes. I own 10 GINCoin, 9 ApollonCoin, 8 MotileCoin, 8 CaratusCoin, and 4 Dixicoin Masternodes. I’m a big fan of passive income.

6. How are your mining skills?

I’m not a miner myself, I’ve never really had much interest with ROIs taking much longer than MN/POS. My discord community group has a section our community members own where mining shares are offered if anyone is interested. I heavily support everything my community has to offer.

7. Sought ICOs you looking to participate?

I’m very interested in Kryll & Galaxy eSolutions. Kryll has an exciting trading bot that they just released a beta for. Galaxy eSolutions has a hybrid ecommerce ecosystem on the blockchain. They are tapping into a multi-billion dollar market for pre-owned and refurbished technology.

8. Who will be Ethereum legitimate contender?

I can’t imagine that Ethereum will have a legitimate contender for the next 5 years. I just don’t see it yet. Too much talk, not enough action.

9. Tips for crypto people?

If you’re on twitter, and you see something about crypto that you don’t understand, research it. Don’t ask, research it until you personally understand.

Don’t dive into anything you’re not prepared for. If you see a masternode with a 25000% ROI, don’t buy it. It’s probably a scam. There’s a reason why the successful Masternode coins don’t have a ROI so high.

If something is probably too good to be true, it really is.

Don’t buy the highs.

Don’t sell the lows.

Don’t invest more than you can afford to. If you lose every cent tomorrow, you should be able to shrug it off.

Don’t do what everyone else says to do, so what works for you.

TAKE YOUR PROFITS.

The way to succeed in something, is to learn from the experts of the SPECIFIC fields, in this case @CryptoPunish is the man to follow for POS/MN gems.

If you enjoy the read, follow me on Twitter, is good for Karma.

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₿itcoin, tech innovation, drones. Industrial engineer by education, marketing degenerate by profession. twitter.com/Panama_TJ

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