About section… This is the stuff I’m not good at. Well i guess I can start with, as of right now, this is the about me section. Now i can see some irony in starting a brand called NextGen (All In One) and being 1 person trying to do all of this. Don’t really have a big team. Or even a small team for that matter on this project. (Always open to volunteers tho). Hence why all of this seems a little out of order. I have a lot more to do. Big plans. I will tell you what got me into cryptocurrency tho. Believe it or not, i just lost my wallet. Right when the covid pandemic started. So, business closed. DMV, Social Security. I couldn’t get a new ID no matter what I tried. And with no ID I had a lot of trouble making money. Couldn’t cash a check. Couldn’t even verify a KYC to a prepaid debit card so that i could get paid. So i started looking into crypto. I was still limited in some ways but in others i had a means of payment. The more I read into it the more fascinated I became with it all. Everything about it. I’ve created my own cryptocurrency which I plan on implementing into all this somehow. Maybe use them in showing people how to use the exchanges, or mining, or for discounted prices if used in buying my NFT artwork. But coming soon there will be airdrops and rewards. Games. I might even put a generator in here and show others how to create their own crypto. Who knows what tomorrow might bring. But just know that tomorrow will bring something.

How much do I believe in cryptocurrency? Honestly, I have a strong feeling that it could possibly help change the world. Save it even… Hear me out.

I know cryptocurrency has a lot of critics. Some say that it’s all hype. Well, I have some bad news for those people. Cryptocurrency is here to stay and it’s going to make the world a better place.

Centralized organizations have let us down.

  • In 2008, banks cost taxpayers trillions of dollars and caused the world economy to fall apart.
  • The credit checking agency, Equifax, lost more than 140,000,000 of its customers’ personal details in 2017.

Centralized organizations list

  • Facebook was forced to apologize for selling its users’ personal data.

Facebook apoligy from Mark Zuckerberg

Cryptocurrencies offer the people of the world another choice.

The governments of Syria, Yemen, and Libya have all failed to protect their people from violent civil wars.

What is the cryptocurrency to the people of Syria? It’s hope. Thirty percent of UN Aid is lost to third-party corruption so UNICEF has been using Ethereum to raise money for the children of Syria.

About 2 billion people around the world don’t have bank accounts. One in ten Afghanis are unbanked, many of them women. What is the cryptocurrency to an Afghani woman? It’s freedom. Bitcoin is giving women in Afghanistan financial freedom for the first time.

Blockchain technology could be used for elections in some of the most corrupt countries in the world. What is the cryptocurrency to the people of Sudan or Myanmar? It’s a voice. Free elections could be held without fear of violence or intimidation.

Cryptocurrencies can help make the world a fairer, safer and more peaceful place for us all to live in.

  • bitcoinBitcoin (BTC) $ 42,487.00
  • ethereumEthereum (ETH) $ 3,173.15
  • binance-coinBinance Coin (BNB) $ 472.29
  • tetherTether (USDT) $ 1.00
  • cardanoCardano (ADA) $ 1.50
  • usd-coinUSD Coin (USDC) $ 1.00
  • solanaSolana (SOL) $ 141.77
  • xrpXRP (XRP) $ 0.754832
  • terra-lunaTerra (LUNA) $ 80.44
  • polkadotPolkadot (DOT) $ 25.27