It was a year ago that I decided to launch Coin Fire.
I had no idea then what I was getting myself into and no idea that we’d be here a year later discussing the last year.
What started as a casual blogging project and a place for me to practice my writing has slowly grown into a news platform and soon with the launch of our next News and Information platform a location for vast information on the bitcoin and crypto currency ecosphere.
Coin Fire has been one of the most rewarding projects I’ve worked on. It’s taught me patience. It’s brought a wide range of people with various opinions into my life.
Coin Fire has brought struggles, and fights. It has shown me both the good side and the bad side of humanity.
The most important thing though is it has brought me though is our readers. I know. It’s cliche, but it is also true.
I’ve had a chance for the past year to connect, meet and talk with so many people and learn how to serve better how base. I’ve had the opportunity to learn from so many people and increase my knowledge in so many ways.
We’ve tried new things. We’ve attempted to make old media practices fit in new media.
We aren’t stopping either.
I hope you’ll join me as we begin the next year of Coin Fire.
Now for some stats and information that we as a team thought it might be fun to share.