NFTs and DeFi overturn a banker’s generational curse of poverty in 2 years

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NFTs and DeFi overturn a banker's generational curse of poverty in 2 years

"When I started, I almost gave up multiple times. I just want to help others have a more streamlined way to get into crypto," said Brenda Gentry, a former USAA mortgage underwriter.

Brenda Gentry, a former USAA mortgage underwriter from Texas, believes that the cryptocurrency ecosystem offers a fighting chance to overcome the generational curse of poverty. 

Gentry, a.k.a. MsCryptoMom, left her decade-long job as a banker to pursue a full-time crypto career as her initial investments from early 2020 confirmed the “unprecedented opportunities offered by crypto.” She currently runs Gentry Media Productions, a firm that advises decentralized finance (DeFi) and nonfungible token (NFT) projects — generating up to 20 ether (ETH) each month, nearly $50,000 at the time of writing.

Speaking to Cointelegraph, Gentry recollected the moment she first bought crypto:

As Cointelegraph reported, some of Ghozali’s selfie NFTs sold for 0.9 ETH, worth roughly $3,000. Ghozali’s collection subsequently reached a total trade volume of 317 ETH, equivalent to more than $1 million.

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