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April 30, 2018, 09:24:25 PM
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Hello to all,

I am 24 years old, about 1 year in the cryptoworld and currently reside in northern Greece. I am enrolled in the applied informatics department of University of Macedonia for 7 years now, but working full time does not allow you unfortunately to study in your own pace.
Anyway, the point is the following. For the past year, habits/mood/motivation/dreams have changed. I see before me a new world unfolding with unlimited potential. I know with certainty that I can not yet feel or see the exact size of the impact BTC and blockchain technology in general will have in our lives, but I embrace the idea that they are going to be the new normal and I like that. However, I have not yet reached the important point. Together with some friends who share the same cryptopassion, formatted a team in which we devote ourselves daily in the crypto terrain. We are decided to preach blockchain technology in Greece, even though we are in a primitive stage in this sector. The reason of this post is to raise help, awareness, arguments, on how to build a community/team/etc(?) in which we will spread the cryptoideas. We aim in making presentations in local companies and public entities to make them understand the new unfolded world before their feet.

Any comment, proposal, help would be very useful. My post even though it seems quite messy, I would like to reassure everyone that we are commited, as a team, in this project.

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