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‘It’s only one banana, what could it cost? $10?’

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Don’t understand Bitcoin? Prepare to vaguely understand Bananacoin, the latest cryptocurrency to hit the market. Simply put, it’s the world’s first option for investing in the production of organic bananas. As of Wednesday morning, around 3.4 million bananacoins had been sold at $0.50.

Basically, each “bananacoin” that you purchase (according to a report by Munchies) represents over two pounds of bananas grown in Laos on a plantation owned by Oleg Dobrovolsky, Alexander Bychkov, and agronomist Prasan Sangsatjatham. The plantation grows Lady Finger bananas (the world’s most profitable banana) and then exports them to China, where they are always in demand — proving true our favorite Arrested Development hypothesis: “There’s always money in the banana stand.”

According to Bananacoin’s proposal, “Growing Lady Finger bananas has great potential for business growth, thanks to the favourable weather conditions in Laos, while the growing Chinese market translates into further business growth potential.

Still not totally getting it? China needs bananas. The Bananacoin plantation is growing premium Lady Finger bananas. When you buy a Bananacoin, you are investing in the supply and demand of those bananas going to China.

It’s a business model even Lindsay Bluth could sort of understand! Have we sparked your interest in the potassium-filled yellow fruit? Learn more by exploring the surprising history of the banana.


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


The Plan Sea Book is Released to the World

Plan Sea, the book, is released

On Wednesday December 23, the Plan Sea book was released to the world. The occasion was commemorated at a live launch event in Arambol, Goa, India, from sunset through the night.

Plan Sea is available now on planseabook.com, through India on pothi.com, and internationally on all the major booksellers from January 14, 2021. Here are some thoughts from the author to celebrate this day.

A Message from Plan Sea author S.E. Ansley

I’d like to warmly thank everybody for being a part of the Plan Sea journey, whether this is the first time you’ve heard about it, or you’ve participated during the story.

Writing a book is an epic undertaking, one that any aspiring writer, creative, communicator or deep thinker should consider in their lifetimes. There is an intimacy between words on screen and paper, with oneself a means of harnessing various parts and powers of our minds. Writing is a medley of deep introversion, where we are alone with ourselves and our thoughts. Yet we must still find a means to communicate, whether it’s by labouring over a properly-worded sentence to scribble on a page, or to articulate more complex ideas and emotions with the intention of nudging a reader along a path.

Writers inherently must be able to cope and thrive in silence and solitude, for anything less can be impossible to progress any substantial work. Distractions come in the form of the usual suspects – online notifications, social impulses, relationship needs, and third party demands – while also inner conflict, where we think too much, or too hard. Let alone the typical gamut of human complexities, self-doubt and mustering motivation. Sometimes we can be grumpy to others around: Let us think and work in peace! It’s nothing personal.

For Plan Sea, the entirety of the book was crafted on the road, while travelling. For over three years I had to summon the daily drive and motivation to chip away, even if it was scribbling down happenings or thoughts, or sitting for hours in the wake of inspiration or aftershock to best capture recent events. Other than bursts of domestic stability, such as living in Poland in between road trips or global excursions, my homes were always short and temporary. I travelled to twenty-five countries in three years, and probably slept on a hundred different beds. Somehow I mustered the discipline to wake up each morning, dedicate the early hours of my brain to writing, and continue crafting the Plan Sea narrative.

Camping in Eastern Poland (chapter: The Baltic Trip, Part I)


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