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January 16, 2018, 04:27:26 AM
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1) A passionate cryptocurrency community
2) A decent amount of English speakers so I don't feel totally like a foreignor (more like a visitor is okay).
3) It has to be cheap - and I don't want to pay more than $500 for rent - America is one of the most expensive places on Earth to rent and I believe I'm getting ripped off.  I can get a whole apartment in a big city in Germany for under 500euro in the center of the city.  In America - I don't think that's even possible even in hickville (don't mean to be be rude, just using the word as a figure of speech).

BTW, I have dual Polish citizenship, so I actually am able to live in Europe as a full citizen.

Considerations:

Thailand - Cheap AF, even in the center of Bangkok - great weather, beautiful women, mostly friendly people, but afraid there is a weak crypto interest and not that many English speakers to a lesser extent.

Germany - The best offerings, cheap (compared to America), modern, socially connected, but I'm not sure if I'd fit in German culture (no offense, but I hear they're cold), plus it actually IS freezing there a lot.

Australia - Good weather, Nice people, Probably can find enough crypto interest in the right places?  But it's expensive, too, right?  Canada has got a lot going for it, but It's so cold and really expensive, too, I think?

WHat did I leave out in South America?

I purposefully left out China (I'd feel too much like a foreigner there even though I think the passion in the country for crypto is through the roof!), Japan (cold, expensive, language barriers), and S. Korea (I like a lot about it, but probably expensive, and the language barrier again.)

What about other countries? Give me your suggestions! And let's make this a useful discussion (so give reasons, not just blurting out a country or saying a country sucks, let's keep it classy).

Thanks!
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January 16, 2018, 04:31:58 AM
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3) It has to be cheap - and I don't want to pay more than $500 for rent - America is one of the most expensive places on Earth to rent and I believe I'm getting ripped off.

Maybe in the US and Canada, but Mexico is a very cheap place to live if you want to stay in the Americas.

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January 16, 2018, 04:44:34 AM
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Mexico has got almost everything except I'm not sure if there is any crypto interest there, aside from a few small groups of literally dozens of people?
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January 16, 2018, 08:30:52 AM
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Have you thought about Estonia? Their country is pretty crypto friendly and from what I hear, most are able to converse in English. Not sure about the cost of living there though, but I'm sure it shouldn't be too high.

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