Cult of Money is about personal finance for the crypto-curious. We're making it our mission to simplify the complex world of cryptocurrency, DeFi, NFTs, and other emerging financial technologies so that you can apply these new tools to help you build wealth.
Our goal is to help you gain confidence in understanding cryptocurrency and decentralized finance in a way that empowers you to leverage these emerging tools in your financial life.
While our readers come from all walks of life, our main focus is helping those who may be new to cryptocurrency, or as we say - "crypto-curious". However, we also do have our fair share of experienced investors, professionals, and others who are looking to build on their existing knowledge.
No matter your level of personal finance knowledge, we're here to help.
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Why The Name Cult Of Money?
The word cult in current popular usage usually refers to a new religious movement or other group whose beliefs or practices are considered abnormal or bizarre. The word originally denoted a system of ritual practices.
Let's face the truth - our belief in money is cult-like. Whether you believe 100% in fiat currency (i.e. dollars), or you think cryptocurrency like Bitcoin is the future - you're part of a movement.
And your basic interaction with money at any level requires a system of ritual practices - from budgeting and investing, to selecting the tools you prefer to use (and I think we know quite a few tools that have a cult-like following).
The key to successfully building wealth and finding happiness is the following of systematic ritual practices. These could be rituals such as paying yourself first, doing only what you love, and always following the golden rule with people.
In the current popular meaning, "cult" is also about behavior considered abnormal. Most Americans have credit card debt. Most don’t save enough. Most spend more than they make, and more than half couldn’t come up with $400 emergency expense. And that's not even touching new technologies like crypto.
If that is normal, I would say you want to be abnormal!
The Cult Of Money team is made of up of experienced financial journalists and professionals with decades of experience.
Robert Farrington is the Editor-In-Chief of Cult of Money and the CEO of The College Investor. He has over a decade of experience in digital media, and enjoys helping people navigate their personal finances.
He received is B.A. and M.B.A. from UC San Diego.
Tom Blake is the Editor of Cult of Money. He is a writer and oversees content operations. He has a passion for making money online, cryptocurrency and NFTs, investing, and the gig economy.
Miranda Marquit has been covering cryptocurrency topics for more than 10 years, and personal finance and investing topics for 15 years.
She has earned a B.S. in communications, M.A. in journalism, and M.B.A.
Mike Damazo is a personal finance video creator. He is incredibly passionate about the NFT space, as well as cryptocurrency and DeFi in general. He also is known as BAYC #916.
Eric Rosenberg is a financial writer, speaker, and consultant. He is passionate about crypto and NFTs, as well as other emerging technologies related to personal finance.
He has earned a B.S. in finance and an M.B.A.
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