With so many new possibilities I have encountered in donating cryptocurrencies, I thought that the blog would be frequently filled with new stories of my donations of Bitcoin and Dogecoin. Yet, there are some times when my personal drive and motivation to keep the Cryptanations Initiative actively running temporarily diminishes. This is probably why there are not as many articles as anticipated.
I would like to take this moment to remind that the divine essence that has been initiated into this entire BESTradingBrokers blog site has been to inspire others into acts of philanthropy. It happens that BESTradingBrokers becomes a form of art in itself where the philanthropic actions of donating Bitcoin/Dogecoin are revealed.
This occurrence of giving led me to think that in my further articles I should focus more on my personal experiences of each donation, instead of writing general descriptions of the organizations. Readers of the articles could learn about the organizations to which the donation go to on their own. The readers might instead possess interest in my personal interpretation of each donation; why I have chosen that particular individual or entity to donate to, my own journey of being the giver of the donation, what could be learned from that specific philanthropic transaction, and various first-person comments of any specific donation made.
I would now prevail in discussing my journey of today’s DogeCoin donation using the new framework that I would try to incorporate on my next blogs. So, this donation went out to a vlogger and freelancer Shire Dude. How I have chosen this donation? Well, I have found about Shire Dude from an introductory vlog through a secondary source. Therefore, I have chosen donating to Shire Dude through accidental web search. I have learned that I was capable to respect the vlogger’s economical stance (agorist), and thanks to the donation I became acknowledged what agorism means. I am now figuring out that the widespread utilization of cryptocurrencies (bitcoins and alt-coins) could be viewed as a form of agoristic economy within a society. I do not understand why such societies are not yet openly established. Perhaps it is still too early to revolutionize the financial system through cryptocurrencies.