The National UFO Reporting Center recently stated that there have been a total of 436 sightings in 2018. That might seem like a high number to some of you but in reality, it’s drastically low compared to other years. We still have a few months more to even out the difference but for now, we ask “where did all the UFO alien hunters go?” The answer starts (and ends) with crypto.
UFO ALIEN SIGHTINGS NOT AS COOL AS THEY USED TO BE BUT CRYPTO IS
This isn’t the 1990’s anymore. Independence Day is over 20 years old and Will Smith is fading out of relevance. What does this all have to do with UFO’s? Well, the fact is, alien sightings are not that cool anymore, largely due to the fact they’re all fake. Even if they aren’t fake, it seems humans are just not interested. We have bigger things to focus on these days. Take crypto for example.
CRYPTO TAKES PRIORITY OVER UFO ALIEN SIGHTINGS
Have you seen the crypto market the past year or so? It’s more entertaining than a Korean drama. The market plays with your emotions in a way that few other experiences can replicate. Millionaires pop up overnight and then destroyed by breakfast time. Meanwhile, governments all over the world scramble to be ahead of a curve that doesn’t even really exist. It’s a crazy time to be alive and it’s taking the world by storm. All that being said, who really has time for UFO alien sightings anymore?
CRYPTO IS THE FUTURE; NOT UFO ALIEN SIGHTINGS
People are not looking to the stars anymore. Instead, they are looking at their crypto wallets and to the future. Sure, there’s still a vibrant UFO alien community. Some of you are probably even reading this article. If you are, that’s fine but listen up. It’s time to broaden your horizons a bit. Even if aliens are out there, so what? Stop watching them and invest your time into something of substance. IOTA, YouToken, OmiseGo, The Abyss, etc. These are real entities and they are changing the world in ways aliens can never attempt. If you want to sit out in a field all day and look at the stars, that’s up to you. The rest of the world is busy with innovation though.