Dora Witt from BEES.Social Launches a Bilingual Cryptocurrency Channel for Latin America

September 08, 2021 at 21:15

Dora Witt from BEES.Social has launched a bilingual cryptocurrency channel for Latin America. In this BEES.Social Spanish show, it is explained that BEES.Social is a community of retail investors who are both actively educating themselves and helping others so that people may benefit from cryptocurrency investing. BEES.Social is not an investment group nor is the community made up of daily traders. Instead, this community of retail investors was created to transform the way that companies bring their ideas to the public. It is a neutral platform and everyone can join and learn about new projects, especially from the founders of BEES.Social.

BEES.Social has to do with having the proper understanding of what is a digital asset or currency and how one can benefit from it, safely. Using this digital currency safely is important because there is a lack of regulatory oversight, which may be taken advantage of by unscrupulous people. This is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that helps members comprehend both the advantages and the dangers of this new, decentralized cryptocurrency ecosystem, so that they can make informed decisions.

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For Latin America, BEES.Social is Abejas.Social. It is the first DAO in the world that is entirely focused on empowering people with the knowledge that they require to benefit from the cryptocurrency revolution. This is a community of retail investors who are getting the vital education that they need, supporting others, and taking advantage of cryptocurrency investing. This community has also been growing quickly through invitations to friends and family for them to understand and get educated about the online cryptocurrency system.

In Abejas.Social, Dora Witt guides beginners by providing them with information on the basics, such as what is Ethereum, fiat, the Bitcoin, and the characteristics of cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is a kind of digital money or currency that is created from code. This digital currency works autonomously, outside of the conventional banking and government systems. Cryptography is used to secure the transactions and regulate the production of additional unit of digital currency. Bitcoin, which was the original and by far the most popular cryptocurrency, was launched in January 2009 and later on, other cryptocurrencies emerged so that there are now more than 1,000 cryptocurrencies that are available online.

Cryptocurrencies use blockchain technology, where a blockchain serves as the decentralized list of the cryptocurrency transactions. Completed blocks are made of the latest transactions, are recorded and then added to the blockchain. These blocks are kept in chronological order as a permanent, open and verifiable record. Blockchains are managed by a peer-to-peer network of market participants, guided by a set protocol for validating new blocks. Everyone can monitor transactions without the need for central record keeping. Each record can’t be modified unless there’s an agreement in the whole network.

Those who subscribe to Abejas.Social are able to use the “Bees Social Exchange” in order to buy M2 token. A video is also provided to demonstrate how to use the social bee exchange to buy M2 token but it also explains how crypto wallets work, how to buy M2, and the bees social exchange.

Also provided on the site is a beginner’s guide to DeFi (decentralized finance) yield farming. In this series of videos, Vince Wicker explains the basics of DeFi, liquidity pools, yield farming, and more specifically, about: decentralized finance, liquidity groups, liquidity providers, smart contracts, yield cultivation strategies, and automated market makers.

The first video explains that in DeFi, the various elements are all programs. These are self-executing protocols that exist on what is known as the Ethereum blockchain, which is the network on which all those programs run. These are hosted in a network of nodes in a non-centralized location where no one can control them or interrupt what they are performing in a project. This decentralized app (DAPP) determines whether a person can get the money based on it criteria that has been specified by the framework that is known as smart contract.

Those who want to know more about Abejas.Social, can check out their website, or contact them through the telephone or via email. Those who are interested can also follow BEES.Social on Twitter.

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For more information about BEES.Social, contact the company here:

BEES.Social
Tim Judge
203-987-3404
tim@beessocialtv.com

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