When I was a boy, I always liked the business. I used to sell snails. In high school, I taught adult computers and sold computer packages… so I’ve been an entrepreneur since birth.

Norberto Pablo Giudice is one of the most recognized and followed influencers on social networks, with almost 10 years of experience in the cryptocurrency sector. Argentinian, computer engineer, teacher, 14 years with Accenture and dozens of own ventures are part of his career.

With Crypto News, Criptonorber gave details on how he got started with cryptocurrencies, how he sees the present and the future, and even encouraged sharing his portfolio. “I always want more BTC, not more dollars,” he asserted.

I started my cryptocurrency journey in late 2013 after the first halving. I’ve encountered an advanced bull run, with bitcoin at $600. Today it seems little, but it was around 2 or 10 dollars and there were people in Argentina who bought before me. At that time I had computer rooms and I started mining. There was no Ethereum and you couldn’t mine BTC with GPUs anymore, so I mined Litecoin and Dogecoin, which I then exchanged for BTC.

I’ve always been a nerdy kid but I wasn’t a professional gamer, my board wasn’t top notch so I bought one and started generating. I bought a plastic vegetable box and created my first ring. In that bull run, Bitcoin broke $1,000 for the first time and I went on a rampage: I bought a car with my saved money and assembled 8 six-plate rigs. At the time I thought I would devote myself to being a miner for the rest of my life haha.

And in 2014 came the hacking of Mt. Gox. The prices start to fall and the teams give less and less. The miner’s dream was over and I sold the used plates. I recovered and had some bitcoin left. I learned a lot and got out on time, at that moment I thought I got away. This Zafe thought it was $9 million in 2018.

In 2016, it returned with the second halving at…

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