There are two types of people in the world. Leaders and Followers. Risk Tolerant and Risk Averse. Creators and Takers. The Courageous and the Fearful.
By nature and training, I am the former in all areas. I don't say this to brag about how great I am. We can't all be leaders in the world, so I'm happy that all God's children have a place in the choir.
The reason why I made this article is to explain to potential partners and fellow migrants to Bitcoin City, why you should partner with me.
There will be great risk and opportunity to be first movers to Bitcoin City, El Salvador.
A bit about my journey: I started working in the crypto industry back in 2017 with LomoCoin and Chronologic.Network, then I cofounded CoinYou, one of the first multilingual crypto learning apps.
You can check out some of my crypto and investment articles at https://medium.com/@masteryofchange
I've lived outside of the USA for 5 years. The last 3 have been in Brazil where I married a Brazilian woman and have been learning Portuguese. I've also spent time in Puerto Rico, Spain, Colombia, Peru, and other areas that have prepared me for the move to Bitcoin City, El Salvador.
The last year I've been designing and building a house in Brazil. This has given me experience in working with architects, builders, and dealing with foreign property issues.
This is important because my main proposed project in Bitcoin City is a real estate development project called "Bitcoin Marketplace".
"Bitcoin Marketplace" is a beach front property development proposal in the region of Bitcoin City. It is a proposed cultural and economic hub as well as tourist attraction and national monument.
The first floor of the beachfront property will have restaurants and commercial spaces for rent to the first settling entrepreneurs. The second floor will have incubation and office space for the inevitable flight to this jurisdiction, especially for crypto related businesses. The third floor will have penthouse apartments for investors of the project who are on the board of directors.
The property is proposed to be gated, not as an exclusive resort, but as an enclosed space for local El Salvadoran vendors to sell artisan goods rent free in the public square.
The marketplace opens up at dawn each day. Vendors and tourists can enter the gates and enjoy the restaurants, handicrafts, and gardens.
The inside and outside walls are painted by local artists and tell the story of El Salvador's past and possible future. The outside of the walls have a park to explore the flora, fauna, and local history.
Contact me to get a video of the architectural designs.