Cryptocurrencies ki he manakoa, kuo a'u ki he ngaahi me'afua pehee, 'oua 'e 'e pe fu'u fakapikopiko pe fu'u tokanga toe ko 'eni tu'unga he pati. 'Oku liliu 'a e loto-to'a mo e 'oku fakaha 'a e loto vilitaki na'e 'ikai ngata pe 'e he kau fefakatau'aki mo e kau 'inivesitoa mo e toko lau mano 'o e ta'u 'o hono fetongi 'aki 'a e me'a ke a'usia 'i he ngaahi fepotalanoa'aki, ka 'i he angamaheni pe 'o e to'u tupu.
Na'e fa'ele'i 'a e fanau 'o onoponi 'i he kuonga fakakomipiuta, 'oku nau 'akilotoa kitautolu 'e he ngaahi fa'ahinga kotoa pe 'o e taha talu mei he'ene kei si'i, and they start communicating with computers before the previous generations. From an early age, they have such communication opportunities that were not dreamed of by previous generations. Ko ia, representatives of the generation Z are faster trained and feel more organic in the world of modern technologies.
Erik Finman, one of the most successful young people in the field of cryptocurrency, in the 12 years felt the prospects of bitcoin. Ki he 6 ta'u, he brought his digital status to 400 odd bitcoins, which is more than 4 million in dollar equivalent at the current rate. And it all began in 2011 with $ 1000 saved on dinners and birthday presents. Bitcoin was then worth $ 12.
By 2013, bitcoin had grown so much that the sold assets of Eric were enough to launch a service to search for teachers of Botangle, which he also later sold for bitcoins. The young crypto-enthusiast is not going to stop there, in his opinion, bitcoin retains investment appeal, and its value can reach a million dollars. The young millionaire also believes that the modern education system is archaic, and YouTube and Wikipedia can teach much more. He even argued with his parents that he would not go to university if he could earn a million dollars before reaching adulthood. Not a bad lesson for the modern generation?
Ko e mo'oni, Eric Finman is not the only example of a teenager keen on cryptocurrencies. His main “rival” Ko e Eddy Zillan, who first became interested in crypto-active people at the age of 15. It’s too young to start a Coinbase account, but Eddy did not stop it and he found a way around the site rules. The first thing he did was buy Ethereum for $ 100. It is worth noting that then there were not hundreds of bloggers and magazines, no one could teach how to act properly. Despite this, the boy earned the first $ 10 for a couple of hours. This could not fail to hit him, because 10% in a few hours – excellent growth. Later he invested about $ 12 thousand in the crypt. For a year they grew to $ 350 thousand. Now Zillan is 18 years old, he owns a portfolio worth more than $ 1 million and works in his own consulting firm Cryptocurrency Financial.
Another “Cryptoteenager” – Andrew Cory, 11-ta'u, pupil of the 6th form managed to write about Bitcoin a whole book, in which he reflected his vision of the essence of cryptocurrency and blockchain. The book, perhaps the youngest expert on kryptovlyutam can even be purchased on Amazon. The benefit, of course, is intended primarily for children, which, Ka neongo ia, does not detract from its relevance. Andrew himself has, according to him, a modest 0.02 bitcoins.
There are young crypto-enthusiasts and “bad guys”. Ko ia, the Bitcoin Platinum, many misleading, was launched by a juvenile fraudster. Ka neongo ia, e kakai 'oku tokanga ki ai 'i he taimi, pea na'a ne ma'u ke tala ki he potupotutatau 'o e ngaue. Fakatatau ki he kiate ia, Na'a ne palani ke toki tanaki $ 5,000.
'Oku mahino, 'e toe tupulaki 'i he kaha'u 'o e ngaahi fie ma'u ma'a e kau mataotao 'i he mala'e 'o e tu'unga faka'ekonomika faka'ilekitulonika. Pea mo e fokotu'u, ngaahi fakamatala kotoa, 'Oku 'ikai te ke tomui pe mahalo.