Adventures of a Crypto Grandma
Adventures of a Crypto Grandma

Adventures of a Crypto Grandma

There are a few Gen X-ers that embrace the world known as "Crypto" but by-and-large, it's viewed with suspicion by anyone over the age of 35. This is my journal of my adventures as an average consumer living on a semi-fixed budget into the world of cryptocurrencies and learning the terms, NFTs, the ups and downs, and the people behind the scenes, the websites, the scams and how to avoid them, even if you're not very tech-savvy. Of course no adventure is without risks, use your brain.


"Chimp's" Interview

15 Aug 2021 3 minute read 0 comments LadyIsarma

     ** This is one in a series of interviews with more "mature" crypto holders about their motivations and views about cryptocurrencies, enjoy!**     "Chimp" is one of the members I've met and made friends with in the $WSB crypto community, and I as...

Mr C's Story

28 Jul 2021 2 minute read 0 comments LadyIsarma

     ** This is one in a series of interviews with more "mature" crypto holders about their motivations and views about cryptocurrencies, enjoy!**     Mr. C is one of the members I've met and made friends with in the $WSB crypto community, and I aske...

PC's Story

24 Jul 2021 3 minute read 0 comments LadyIsarma

     ** This is one in a series of interviews with more "mature" crypto holders about their motivations and views about cryptocurrencies, enjoy!**     PC is one of the members I've met and made friends with in the $WSB crypto community, and I asked h...

Don's Story

23 Jul 2021 3 minute read 0 comments LadyIsarma

     ** This is the first in a series of interviews with more "mature" crypto holders about their motivations and views about cryptocurrencies, enjoy!**     Don is one of the members I've met and made friends with in the $WSB crypto community, and I...

In the beginning...

22 Jul 2021 11 minute read 0 comments LadyIsarma

     When I first heard about "cryptocurrencies," like most people I had no idea what it was about, and I had my financial eyes on what I considered more immediate and important things. And, like most people, a few years later I regretted it. Along t...