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The cryptocurrency sector has attracted many individuals from the traditional financial sector. Brenda Gentry, a former mortgage underwriter from the state of Texas, has fully embraced the crypto sector, and she is now earning big from her decision.

Gentry, also known as MsCryptoMom, resigned from her banking job to pursue a career in the crypto sector after making her first crypto investments in 2020.

NFT and DeFi advisory services

According to Gentry, there were “unprecedented opportunities offered by crypto.” Currently, she runs the Gentry Media Productions. This firm offers services related to decentralized finance (DeFi) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). These services have generated the firm up to 20 Ether per month.

Speaking on this development, Gentry stated, “It was early 2020 during the lockdown. I bought Bitcoin, Ethereum band Link on Coinbase. When I started, I almost gave up multiple times. I just want to help others have a more streamlined way to get into crypto.”

Over time, Gentry has learnt a lot about the DeFi sector, hence her diversified investment into altcoins. Gentry has a website where she offers educational content to the crypto sector. She also organized seminars to educate the public about navigating the crypto sector.

Gentry runs her new business with her younger daughter, Imani. Imani noted that she was interested in how people followed the trends in the market and awaited the outcome of their investments.

Giving back to the community

Gentry noted that she does not want anyone to be left behind in matters to do with crypto investments. She is also giving back to the community, noting that she can help people break the generational curses of poverty through crypto investments.

Before the year ends, Gentry noted that she wanted to visit her home country, Kenya, to offer crypto education to her non-profit organization, Educate a Child. She noted that she will equip the organization “with knowledge about this new asset class and the opportunities that blockchain technology affords.”

She has, however, cautioned against blind investments. She cautioned those who want to invest in crypto to do proper research to understand crypto’s good and the bad side. Research can also help new investors avoid falling victim to scams.

“When it comes to investing in crypto, the opportunity to gain financial freedom is well worth the cost to watch a few educational crypto YouTube videos or read a book on this topic,” she added.

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