Being in Bitcoin is like being in a relationship—you are bound to have your ups and downs, and to prosper you’ll need to be dedicated to strengthening what you have created and selfless when it comes to your work. For the best outcome, you will need to continually improve yourself and your work by factoring in every external element that relates to what you have created. There is no guarantee that it will be easy, but at the end of the day, you will find that it’s worth it.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and a lot of people have love for Bitcoin. For some, Bitcoin has changed their life financially, so of course, it has a special place in their hearts. For others, Bitcoin gave them a number of opportunities that have changed their lives for the better.
Every blockchain enthusiast that I’ve met has love for the Bitcoin ecosystem and the friends and business partners they have met and made because of Bitcoin. There is no other place in the world like a CoinGeek conference—or even crypto-twitter—where you come across so many people working in the same industry, sharing ideas and pushing each other to be their best selves and bring their innovations to life; just like a relationship, that is not something to be taken for granted.
A lot of people put equivalent amounts of time and energy into Bitcoin as they do the relationships in their life, and some people may even put more time and energy into Bitcoin! This isn’t necessarily a problem; however, it’s important to dedicate significant amounts of time to your life outside of Bitcoin as well, and to take the time on holidays—even Hallmark holidays like today—to spend time with, and remind, your significant other or the people who have had a major impact on your life, that you have love for them.
Happy Valentine’s Day from CoinGeek.com!
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