Helium Cryptocurrency 2021 Mining Rush Surpasses 1849 Gold Rush

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Helium Axxent has published its latest article covering Helium Cryptocurrency Value, which is aimed primarily at Crypto Enthusiasts. The article is available for viewing in full at https://heliumaxxent.com/helium-fail

Helium Axxent has published a new article entitled “Why Helium May Fail In 2022, And Why It May Soar,” which sheds light on the most fundamental aspects of Helium cryptocurrency value for crypto fans and investors. People who are interested in the Internet of Things and how HNT cryptocurrency is helping to build out the network, and other interested individuals, can view the full article at https://heliumaxxent.com/helium-fail


The article includes several interesting pieces of information, one in particular is that Helium hotspot miners have mined more than $414 million worth of HNT in 2021 which is 15% more than the $360 million in gold mined in 1849 in California, in 2021 dollars.. This should be of particular interest to crypto enthusiasts because it compares the impact of cryptocurrency and the blockchain in today’s world to the 1849 California gold rush, a major event in US history that affected the national economy of the time and established the belief in the American psyche that anyone can strike it rich. That mentality persists to this day, just not specifically to gold.


One of the most important piece of information the article tries to convey and communicate is the promises and risks of Helium’s business model to individual entrepreneurs. The article also looks at some of the most important factors that affect Helium’s current and future market value. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:


‘Helium’s adoption of blockchain technology in its business model provides a uniquely innovative solution to the need for a low-cost Internet of Things network. This has successfully translated to a top 50 market cap out of more than 13,000 cryptocurrencies. It has also rewarded entrepreneurs and regular people by paying them to help create “The People’s Network.”‘


In discussing the article’s creation, Rickey Williams, Helium mining entrepreneur at Helium Axxent said:


“After looking at the competition I like Helium’s prospects for creating a robust IoT network, even with Amazon and SpaceX in the mix.”


Helium Axxent now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article, as they are intent on building a community of Helium enthusiasts. The goal is to engage the most passionate crypto enthusiasts in supporting Helium’s vision, and proving that the future of crypto and the blockchain is here now in the form of the most innovative and profitable business ventures.


Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact Helium Axxent via their website at https://heliumaxxent.com


The complete article is available to view in full at https://heliumaxxent.com/helium-fail.

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