How I Missed The Early Days Of Bitcoin
This is an opinion editorial by Enza Coin, a Bitcoin-focused investor and content creator.
The other day I was looking through my closet and found a pair of my old FitFlops. Does anyone remember these? FitFlops sold for some $100 and promised to work your legs into shape just by walking. Seeing them made me recall the time I spent traveling across Asia from around 2008 onward.
In those years and into the early 2010s, I was busy managing a company based in Hong Kong while accompanying my then boyfriend/fianc around Asia. He worked on various finance projects with governments in the region, flashing his MBA, two masters degrees and finance background while I occupied my days, and some nights, with corporate matters and adding to my investment portfolio. In those days, that meant investing in various equities, some Asian venture capital funds and an occasional seed funding opportunity.
Apart from that, I also did some modeling for advertisements and through this I earned my play money. And, what did I intend to do with my play money? I wanted to invest in bitcoin.