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Crypto has always been fascinating for me since I first got in contact with this strange payment method, called Bitcoin, that I saw wandering around the dark net while I was 17 and curious. Today I’m 24, still curious, legendarily lazy, and the crypto scene has changed since, becoming more and more recognized by the public, an investing opportunity for some, a new job industry for others and a passion for people like me and the rest of the amazing team I’m part of, along with thousands of passionate people around the globe that develop other cryptocurrencies, study them, analyse them and even love them.
To give you a little background about me, I currently work as ECM/ERP developer and administrator for a company in Switzerland. I am responsible for the development of the upcoming Verge Android Wallet and am part of the development team off and occasionally (more to learn than to learn to be honest) on chain.
Caution : For obvious reasons, I’m not going to explain what Verge IS, but what Verge represents for me.
Let there be love
The first time I got face to face with Verge Currency was in mid-2017. I was looking for some cryptocurrencies I didn’t know about yet and got into this website with a huge mountain and the first thing I thought was “Wow! Mountains! They got me, let me read what’s there!”. You have to know that I’m still 5 y.o. in my head sometimes. Facepalms are daily orders in my routine.
Anyway, I was going through the website and found a lot of interesting points in Verge Currency. The first one was the open-source community. I wanted to know something about the coin. Let’s check their GitHub account. And instantly I saw what job was being done. ...
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