Why Crypto is Hard?

2 min readFeb 1, 2024
Modern money works just like real money, only more sophisticated

Creating your own cryptocurrency project might seem like a daunting task, and there’s a subtly profound reason for this complexity.

Firstly, it’s important to recognize that cryptocurrency is a relatively new field, blazing a trail through the technological wilderness. Pioneers in this space must navigate uncharted territories, pushing through unprecedented challenges.

However, the complexity of crypto doesn’t solely stem from its novelty. Yes, it’s about trailblazing, but it’s also about mastering traditional business practices. Success in the crypto world demands not just innovation but also a thorough understanding and correct execution of more conventional business elements.

Even as digital markets continue to grow, overshadowing traditional ones, the value of cryptocurrencies is still partly measured by their relevance and utility in traditional market spaces. Like gold, whose value is well-established, cryptocurrencies derive part of their worth from the promise of gain. This principle applies across all elements fitting into the network.

The Great Library Simplifies Crypto…

Navigating the intricate web of technology, choosing the right components, and aligning them with business logic is a mammoth task. The Great Library simplifies this for you, starting with the selection of the right crypto network — Ava Lab’s Avalanche. Our platform isn’t just a marketplace; it’s a comprehensive ecosystem supporting your venture, whether it’s selling digital goods, publishing news, or gathering donations.

Imagine integrating your product into our platform, where it becomes more than a webpage — it’s an opportunity for diverse revenue streams, from ads in your books to offering physical goods in exchange for burnt tokens. We alleviate the substantial investment of time and money typically required to leverage crypto effectively.

If You Decide to Go It Alone…

Embarking on a solo crypto journey is a bold move, and The Great Library wishes you the best. Remember, creating a viable product in this space requires not just innovation but also a deep understanding of traditional business practices. We respect your courage and determination in this endeavor.