Book: Invisible Fortune - A tale of cryptocurrency by J. Lee Porter and Ed Tejacategories: Book, Crime Fiction, Hacker Fiction, Blockchain Story, Intrigue and Deception, Expat Short Story, Cartagena Colombia, Expat Programmer, Latin America, Vigilante, Justice, Theft, Cryptocurrency
Ed Tejaabout this book: Privacy is a double-edged sword. In an age of technology, finding ways to protect your privacy is critical, even for honest people. J. Lee Porter and I were talking about that issue while visiting Cartagena, Colombia. He had met someone who was too forthcoming in talking about his wealth, which was in cryptocurrency. As he is knowledgeable on the subject, he was intrigued. Then during our chat, at the restaurant shown on the cover of this book (I took the photo), we elaborated on the man he had met and began to weave this story.
We went on to Medellin to visit there, to research another (as yet unwritten) story but kept working on Invisible Fortune. The title hit us squarely in the face. The man had a fortune, but it was digital, invisible to those in the meat world.
When I left Medellin, I returned to Cartagena to refresh my mind on some details, take more photos.
We finished the story a few months later, passing the manuscript back and forth, getting input from Gigi (his wife) who had traveled with us. Friends in Latin America proofed it, checking our bad Spanish. And it was ready. We are both very proud of this story and hope you enjoy it.
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