RJ Fulton is a freelance writer hoping to help any beginner get a little more educated in cryptocurrencies and electric vehicles. His background is in Geographic Information Systems, but he spends most of his free time following all new developments in crypto and the electric vehicle industries.
In crypto, RJ researches everything from NFTs, Web3, DeFi, and more. His knowledge in the Electric Vehicle industries follows new innovations, up-and-coming technologies, competitors to Tesla, and plenty of other interesting developments.
He is passionate about using his writing as a means to lessen the learning curve that is often so steep in cryptocurrencies and electric vehicles. RJ aims to shed some light on the true power these burgeoning industries possess. He believes cryptocurrencies will revolutionize the financial world and alter the socioeconomic course for decades to come. He holds same viewpoint about the electric vehicle market. RJ writes fresh, useful articles to make the complex just a little more simple.
Before writing at How-To Geek, RJ worked in the Information Technology department for the City of Loveland, Colorado. Even further back, he played football for the University of Northern Colorado and received a Bachelor's degree in Geographic Information Systems. He also obtained his Masters from the same university.
When not writing about cryptocurrencies and electric vehicles; RJ enjoys skiing, art, photography, sports, and traveling. He also loves engaging with his readers. Have a question or comment? Feel free to interact with him on Twitter. You can find his profile handle above.
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