Hey. Usually, I post on topics that I hope you find informative or interesting. This time, I won't.
Last Friday, I posted an article on my blog about Bakkt. That weekend, Altcoin Magazine and Hacker Noon both picked it up and a few people re-tweeted it. Traffic on my website exploded.
This past week, for the first time, I noticed influencers and other online personalities shared similar my words and thoughts. These people are not famous but they're far better known than I am.
Then, a few days ago, I posted my thoughts about the U.S. government's settlement with Block.one.
Again, I noticed some of my content echoed around the cryptosphere (under somebody else's name).
Maybe a coincidence, I don’t know, but before I posted, I didn’t see anybody talking about things the way I talked about them. After I posted, I saw people talking about things the way I talked about them.
We are one
I don't have a monopoly on perspective, so I'm not saying anybody used my ideas or borrowed my words. I'm also happy others share a similar viewpoint, and I'm super-stoked that people like my writing.
But, if you do use my ideas or borrow my words, can you please give me a little credit for it? Maybe mention my name? Link to my website or say something about my book, Consensusland?
Better yet, let’s connect---drop me an email or DM me. I'm happy to make an acquaintance!
I have a very small voice in this industry and I make no money from this blog. If you like the work that I’m doing I would love if you could help me make my voice heard. We're all in this together.
Thank you. Relax and enjoy the ride!
Posted from my blog with SteemPress : https://markhelfman.com/2019/10/04/wheres-the-love/