Have you ever wondered what the world of crypto is about? You hear plenty about it in the daily news but you find it all a bit confusing.
You’re not alone.
There are thousands of people wanting to get on the crypto gravy train but find it too overwhelming.
As a marketing consultant to clients in the space, I’ve been involved in my fair share of crypto projects and I know enough to be dangerous. Here are a series of influencers that you should follow to help you become more confident in the world of crypto.
Number 1: Charles Shrem
Charles ‘Charlie’ Shrem is a Bitcoin pioneer, social economist, digital currency trader and is currently the chief visionary officer of Crypto.IQ. Crypto.IQ are a rapidly growing crypto platform for reporting daily insight on the Bitcoin market, researching and analysis of overall market trends.
His work in this field is legendary. In 2011, at the dawn of the crypto era, he created BitInstant, the first and largest Bitcoin company. A few years later, he founded the Bitcoin Foundation and served as its Vice Chairman. Charlie continues to advise more than a dozen digital currency companies, launched and managed numerous partnerships between crypto and non-crypto companies, and is the go-to guy for some of the world’s richest entrepreneurs. In short, he is the ultimate insider at the heart of crypto.
See more at http://cryptoiq.co
Number 2: Roger Ver
Roger began his career by founding MemoryDealers.com at only nineteen while still attending school. Under his watch the company rapidly grew to become a market leader, employing people from around the world and making millions of dollars in revenue. MemoryDealers is still in business today with a team of people around the globe.
A few years later he saw a gap in the market for fibre optic transceivers used in networking subsystems, so he founded Agilestar.com. Agilestar went on to become a world leader in optical transceivers used by fortune 100 companies around the world. Today thousands of Agilestar transceivers are sold to consumers around the globe each year, and thousands more can be found on marketplaces like Ebay.
He first heard about Bitcoin around 2011. The price was still under one dollar each, but he already knew that it was one of the most radical innovations in the history of the mankind. His company Memorydealers became the first established business in the world to start accepting Bitcoin for payments. He then went on to become the first person in the world to start investing in Bitcoin startup businesses. He nearly single handedly funded the entire first generation of Bitcoin and Blockchain businesses including Bitcoin.com, Blockchain.com, Bitpay.com, Kraken.com, purse.io, and many more. Those businesses have gone on to raise hundreds of millions of additional funding, and serve tens of millions of customers around the world. Investors in the companies that Roger helped provide the seed funding for have been people such as Sir Richard Branson, Virgin, Google Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Founders Fund, and many more. Roger has devoted his full time attention to Bitcoin and blockchains ever since.
See more at https://www.facebook.com/rogerkver
Number 3: Vitalik Buterin
Vitalik Buterin is a Russian-Canadian writer and programmer. He has been involved in the Bitcoin community for 7 years, co-founding and writing posts for Bitcoin magazine. But he is mostly known in crypto circles as the boy behind Ethereum, the globe’s second-most valued and recognized cryptocurrency behind Bitcoin His visionary project boasts a humongous market cap of $ 65 bln dollars plus, and it keeps rising. Buterin is only 23 years young and has massive plans for his crypto baby.
See more at: https://about.me/vitalik_buterin
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