What’s the Epilepsy Foundation doing messing around with Cryptocurrency? Why are we in a space that regularly uses words like PancakeSwap and misspells words like HODL, RETK, and FUD as in, “don’t let the FUD allow you to get RETK when you should buy the dip and HODL for dear life!”
Weird? Maybe, but there’s a lot of money in the cryptocurrency space – at last check crypto’s market cap was around $1.6 Trillion. Yes, it can be volatile and a little complicated. But the market has experienced long term growth over time and everyday there is a news story about another company (read: Venmo, PayPal, Visa) accepting it as part of their standard offerings. Don’t believe the growth? Ask Bitcoin Pizza Guy.
Even more important is cryptocurrency’s superpower – the community itself. Crypto is decentralized, in essence owned and operated by the community. Go to any Telegram App page or Clubhouse room dedicated to this topic, and you will find a vibrant, passionate community that believes in the collective good.
When innovation and generosity collide, you get Hope Token, a crypto charity token powered by their community determined to change the world! And they are…quickly. Within two weeks of launching Epilepsy