Bitcoin, raised from the bottom to be the sixth most valuable currency on the entire planet. Growing its value BTC gave amazing opportunities to traders, software engineers, marketing geniuses, small businessmen or even science geeks all over the planet, independent of gender, race or sex to open the world of new possibilities and unspeakable income.
This article highlights several pretty extraordinary personalities who probably will change your mind about digital arena. Among them — ETH creator, Chinese software engineer and empowering women from the East.
The first hero driving our attention is Changpeng Zhao. You might have never heard his name, but you definitely came across his company — Binance, which nowadays can be considered larger than any other cryptocurrency exchange existing. Rags-to-riches story: exiled from China as a child along with his father, Mr. Zhao's now a billionaire. Changpeng has been working at several trading companies as a software engineer, developing new systems helping brokers, but when Bitcoin gained its popularity Changpeng drove his attention away from fiat market. Not so long after, Binance was born.
Next person whose history's not less impressive is Vitalik Buterin, the godfather of Ethereum, Bitcoin Magazine's co-founder. Vitalik started his career in crypto by writing an article for some random person on a chat forum. He received only 5 BTC (at that time — $3,50). He kept writing. 2011 after being contacted by an owner of Bitcoin Magazine, Vitalik became a leading writer. Shortly after — co-owner.
Ethereum’s birth: Vitalik had a huge disagreement on Bitcoin needing scripting language, this idea never found approval, so the time came for new currency appear. Amazing fact about Vitalik is that he's only 25 years old. Puts quite a pressure on you, doesn’t it?
Driving our attention with her strong female spirit, Fereshteh Forough, with Code to inspire history. Born in Iran, an Afghan refugee, who spent her early years traversing borders, exploring how computer science could help solve global problems. Code to Inspire, nonprofit coding school for girls in Herat, Afghanistan helps young girls with improving their technical literacy.
Brian Armstrong, Coinbase's co-founder/CEO, another second-largest crypto exchange worldwide. Prior to founding Coinbase, Brian worked as a software engineer at Airbnb, and as a developer for IBM. Armstrong, similar to our previous hero, has started from a non-profit organization helping unbanked people worldwide with gaining access to financial services. He made Fortune’s 40 under 40 in 2016, and Now, Brian is valued at $1.6 billion.
Inspired by the stories of successful players on the market try yourself in this area with help of cdlconline24 and become one of them. Learning from the stories above: no matter how old you are, whether you live - in the USA or Afghanistan - just seize the day!