It’s great to be able to write you guys; I just got back from Colombia and Poland. If you follow me on social media, you know that I’ve been traveling A LOT (and there were some hiccups along the way- damn you Lufthansa!). Despite some mishaps, I’ve been celebrating Bitcoin’s rise in value and wishing I had had more money to buy some! But as you know, the price is not the most important thing and it feels great to see the tech appreciated at least a little bit 🙂
2017 has been an amazing year. There has been no shortage of opportunities to learn about myself and others and it has definitely inspired me to set new goals. A particularly wonderful experience was my trip to Poland. Many of you are probably aware that I’ve been going there all my life. Poland is a freedom-loving country with a lot of crypto fans and it felt so good to share it with friends who were in town for the Expo. Unfortunately, the Expo itself was a disaster and they never let me perform, but hopefully people avoid the organizers in the future.
Colombia was next for the Latin American Bitcoin & Blockchain Conference. Cryptocurrency has been so impactful in Latin America and I’m always so impressed by the innovative people I meet at these conferences. LaBitConf is the best crypto event of the year, and this year was no different. I only wish we had gotten there in time.
The Tatiana Show will resume frequent posting and we’ve got some great guests coming up, so make sure you’re following on YouTube or SoundCloud. In the latest episode, I talk about my recent travels as well as speak with Liz Reitzig (FoodCoin.io), Connie Gallippi (Bitgive) and Rob Viglione (Zencash). It was really neat that Zencash supported Bitgive not only with a sustaining donor contribution, but an offer to match donations to the organization! I love the work Connie and her team do, and am especially enthusiastic about GiveTrack.
Looking forward to getting you some more updates soon. Hope you have a wonderful time with your family. Enjoy the holiday songs and see you soon!
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