Matt Rockey Can See the Future! (And More Early Concept Artwork)!

Honestly, when I saw this comment I nearly dropped out of my seat!

As you already know, this is exactly what we’re trying to solve in many ways and you’re direct support is ensuring that it can happen!

Thanks so much for the feedback already! It’s been fantastic!

As a bonus, here are some more early-concept work that we had created as we got closer to a final form:

We didn’t quite have the logo / brand identity up.

More concept work will be shared shortly!


BIG Tech Updates… COMING SOON!


Wanted to share with you some big things coming down the pipe! Our intent, of course, is to create the best possible experience for all of you and especially our patrons!

You all rock! Here’s the list of things that I’m working on right now…

# Server, Architecture

  • A kickass CDN for faster, global accessibility!
  • Dynamic Load Balancer… so cool.
  • 2nd Container for Staging, Production so we can minimize downtime!

# Core Pub Experience Updates

  • Static Pages
  • Who’s Online 
  • Events and Calendaring
  • GeoLocation

Have a great day folks

A Few More Screenshots of Our EARLY CONCEPT

Just wanted to drop these on you so that you get more of a sense of where we’re headed and the work that we’ve put in so far.

Again, this is part of the early concept work that we’ve put together. They are definitely low-fidelity (more high-fidelity examples coming soon!!) but you’ll get a sense of our workflow so far.


Early App Concepts: What Can We Build To Help The Community The Most?!

When Peter and I first started thinking about putting together an app we had only one goal in mind:

How can we create something that’ll help our community learn and grow together?

So we sat in a room and started to sketch things out. We first reviewed our own behavior (and especially Peter’s own learning styles) and realized that a lot of how he became an expert at cryptocurrency and bitcoin investing was through a serious amount of reading.

In fact, Peter dedicates a lot of his day reading and reviewing articles, white-papers, and other documents and books so that he can consistently increase his daily knowledge base.

This is why he’s spending so much of his time building out the Bitcoin 90X program and sharing his own behaviors, philosophies, and practices so that you can also have the best crypto-lifestyle!

So we narrowed it down to a few apps and decided that the very first one should be a tool that can help you consume and learn the best crypto news articles available.

Consequently, we started building out what we believed could be the best tool to do just that.

You’ve already seen the first line rough-sketches but here is the very first rough concept art that I put together in Sketch:

I’ve shared a bunch, but, I’d love to hear your thoughts on this basic idea and where you think we should continue to head with it!


So, Let’s Talk About Swag…! 👕 👍🏼

The neat thing about this reward level is that you fine folks get the real stuff (literally)!

But, here’s the thing… we haven’t quite settled on the designs quite yet and even the stickers! So, let’s have a quick chat about that…

If you remember from this post, we’ve landed on some new designs for our brand and were even give a few concept pieces to look at:

At this point, we’re going to be sending you all T-Shirts!

What we’ll land on in the next few weeks is the right color combinations (and even have you vote for your favorites) and then get those printed and shipped!

Looking forward to all of you wearing some sweet swag! You’ll be the very first in the entire world!

Early Concept Art

Here’s a first look at some of the concepts that Peter and I started putting together for a native mobile app.

Our goal was to create a tool that would be exceedingly useful for bitcoin and cryptocurrency enthusiasts!

Above is the initial workflow and user experience.

Below are some of the core values of the app:

1. Super-fast, intuitive, simple.
2. Highly curated, trusted.
3. Scalable, customizable.

These were the 3 values that we wanted to focus on as we put it together.