… it is moving in such a way that makes it a weighty contender in the cryptocurrency market.
As of this writing, the COVID19 pandemic remains. The world economy is in turmoil. Uncertainty is still the theme of our day-to-day. And everything seems to be on a down-trend.
Take a look at this bitinfochart:
Except for DOT, ETH and other cryptocurrencies suffered a dip in the last 7 days. Still, ETH stands 2nd to BTC in terms of popularity and market capitalization.
It is pretty obvious that ETH is not the only way but I choose to learn (and earn!) with it. The “fast and furious” has shown significant results for the community but for this noob mom, slow and steady works just fine.*
*The ETH in my TrustWallet has grown from about $7 to $12 in the last 56 days. I did close to nothing.
If reading the word ‘Ethereum’ paints for you a scenic picture of hobbits, a labyrynthine abbys or perhaps an infinite sea of green grass, blue skies, and billions of twinkling galaxies, welcome to the club!
I never knew what ethereum was until I encountered it in a friend’s FB story. Like, what’s an eth? I checked his YouTube channel and found out he earned 4.59 eth or about $1,000 in a week.
At a time when some people would find it very difficult to earn even $10 in a day, there’s Dan, harvesting the fruit of his 7-day labor. He earns as he shares what he learns. Pretty cool.
So… what is eth?
Eth, short for ether, is cryptocurrency. What is cryptocurrency? Here’s Merriam-Webster’s definition:
Now if you’ll ask me who or what Merriam-Webster is, let’s get to that later. 😊