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On the Hunt for Big Game in Bitcoin - Thomas Hunt and BTCjam part ways

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BTCjam’s blog experienced 4x the traffic of their previous entire year... in just three months.

Quad. Rupled. Numbers. Those are the results of Mad Bitcoins host Thomas Hunt’s tenure as Community Manager and Featured Blogger at BTCjam. Having set the company on a path to improved public image, social network footprint and user outreach, Hunt moves forward, in pursuit of new challenges in the bitcoin space.  

“I am incredibly proud of the achievements we made together at BTCjam during my time there.  It was great to promote bitcoin lending, but it’s time for me to move on.”  Hunt said.  

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see that S shaped curve?  That’s what happened when BTCjam hired Thomas Hunt

During Hunt’s time at BTCjam he more than doubled their Twitter followers, quadrupled their blog traffic from the previous year and caused a fifty percent increase in blog subscribers.  Hunt also helped BTCjam focus on security and customer service, expanding their two-factor authentication program to include Authy while raising 2FA usage across the platform 24% in just three months.

Does your company need help with it’s public image and social media profile?  Want to quadruple your numbers -- the sky is the limit. Contact Thomas Hunt at abitmad9@gmail.com.

PS: I'd also like to thank the BTCjam Facebook communities for being so welcoming to me and for giving me the chance to be a part of their community. I wish you guys the best with your loans and investments. Especially Jammers United, BTCjam Monitor, BTCjam (Brazil), BTCjam (Espanol), Crypto Investments Group and BTCjam. Thank you.

Happy Cinco de Mayo from MadBitcoins (enjoy some History with your chips and salsa)


Cinco de Mayo or El Día de la Batalla de Puebla (The Day of the Battle of Puebla) is a holiday celebrated primarily in Mexico and the United States, commemorating the unlikely victory of the Mexican Army over the French on May 5, 1862.  The holiday is also seen as a way for Mexican Americans to honor and celebrate their ethnic heritage. 

an excerpt from:
Cinco De Mayo by Mary Naylor

See General Zaragoza,
Who planned to make Mexico free.
Look! General Profirio Dias,
Who brought the French to their knees.
Their weapons, antique artillery,
Soldiers clothed in tattered rags.,
Beat the French with all their wealth, you see.
So raise the pinatas high and wave your flags! 

The USA cheered for Mexico,
For they, too, once battled to be free,
Countries who would rule them, were foe,
So they fought too, and made them flee.

Beautiful children from Mexico,
Dancing in your costumes of red, white and green.
Dance to honor the heroes of long ago,
And their battles, now unheard and unseen.

The Battle of Pueblo was important, not simply because a smaller Mexican force of around 4,000 men defeated a larger French force of 8,000 men, but because since the Battle of Pueblo, no country in the Americas has been invaded by any European force.

There is something magnificent in having a country to love. -- James Russell Lowell

Bitcoin can take us to Mars

If mankind is destined to make it to Mars (and beyond) and establish extraterrestrial colonies in our solar system, a universal currency devoid of government control and other forms of manipulation would appear to be a necessity, rather than wishful thinking.

-- IGDP Paper

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