Guest Post [March 2019] — Introducing Michael Park
We have come to our 3rd Guest Post of the Year. :) Time flies and we are about to close 1Q 2019. In 2018, we had launched the Morpheus Labs Ambassador Program and had recruited 3 Ambassadors thus far. Today, we would like to take this opportunity to introduce one of our Ambassador, Michael Park.
Introducing Michael Park
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Nice to meet you, friends who love Morpheus Labs!
I am Michael Park, a 31 years old Gen Y living in Korea.
A little background of myself:
I was working for the Korean Ministry of Justice, 5 years back.
It’s a very quiet and heavy place.
Because it’s law enforcement! :P
I was under tremendous pressure because I’m not supposed to make mistakes.
I was at the Justice Department, thinking, “Can’t I work a little more comfortably?”
It was also during that time, I found out about A.I, Simple Work programs, etc.
But not everything has been able to satisfy me.
And two years later, I read up about BTC and ETH.
I read some blockchain papers published in Korea,
And was thinking to myself “Really? Can this change our lives?”
I was worried about the future and…
Was glad when I realized the answer to my question was a “YES”.
We’re in a time when it’s hard to live without a smartphone.
It’s going to be more techy/ tech-savvy in the future.
When I got to the idea, I ventured into several coins.
I still remember the first day (the day when I participated in ICO) vividly.
But can it still be used in real life? The question remains.
And a year later, I happened to get to know about Morpheus Labs.
I read white books like I read comic books.
It can really, really, change our lives easily~
Morpheus Labs knows the pain spot of blockchain and is committed to change it.
I started talking with Pei-Han and Branson on Telegram back then.
I had so many questions!
And a year later,
I became the Ambassador of Morpheus Labs~
And everything is history.
So if you’re curious about blockchain, just tell us!
Let’s talk about changing the world!~
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