Unfiltered

The Unsung Heroes of the Bitcoin Realm

With the ever-growing world of opportunities, first the internet and now blockchains, the horizons have expanded. People are rejecting the popular narratives and doing things the way they please.

Opting for the road less traveled, these investors went ahead and took a leap of faith.

Though we are familiar with some names that keep going around in the crypto circle but here we will be telling you the ones that go unrecognized.

These fortune stories are sure to inspire you to do something you have been meaning to do for a long time.

Kingsley Advani

Not all friends are a bad company because Advani’s friend leads him to his success. He was introduced to Bitcoin back in 2012 by one of his friends. But back then, it had more use in the criminal world and not an investment option.

But a good investor sees the future and not what his investment will offer to him now, this runs true for Advani as he recognized the potential Bitcoin had to offer and went ahead. Took the risk and emptied his entire savings from his data scientist job at a small software company and went all in. This was a huge gamble on his part but it eventually paid off.

He ended up becoming a millionaire at the mere age of 24, where most of us just start their struggle. He left his job and now travels around the world as an advisor and investor.

He got his vacay mode on at all times.

Peter Saddington

The Mark Zuckerberg of the crypto world, Saddington runs a cryptocurrency social network called TheBitcoin.pub. After getting a degree in Computer Science at Florida State and earning a Master’s degree in counseling, education, and theology from Luther Rice College and Seminary in George, he got himself involved in the digital “nerd money.”

The passion sparked after he got to know about it through Ars Technica publication. Next thing you know, he’s knee deep in the crypto knowledge and decided to risk more than 1000 Bitcoins at a meager price of $2.52. I don’t have to tell how his fate skyrocketed after the bitcoin boom.

He became known after he purchased a Lamborghini Huracan from 45 bitcoins.

Erik Finman

This kid, boy, this kid is a genius.

The frustration from schooling and the realization that schools aren’t really teaching us anything anymore. We might just demolish the education industry, especially schools, and soon get rid of the social disparity between the classes that are further cemented by the education systems. Sorry… I went on a rant there BUT Erik could totally be the voice of this issue in my opinion. Anyway, back to this kid’s cool story.

He invested 1000 Euros in Bitcoin which were a gift from his grandmother. The outcome was unexpected as he ended up becoming the richest crypto kid.

More importantly, this kid was so confident in what he was about to achieve that he even struck a deal with his parents that they wouldn’t force him to go to college if he becomes a millionaire by the age of 18, which, by the way, he did.

 

 

Huai Yang

This one’s slightly different but interesting nonetheless. The 28-year-old millionaire wasn’t doing great in life and was struggling to make his life work with branding consultancy and hedge fund management.

He got involved with bitcoin a few months back but couldn’t invest. So instead he took the trading route and is now making one million Yuan a month.

Eddy Zillian

It was impossible to become a millionaire before you turn 18. Wouldn’t say impossible but it was a difficult feat that could not be achieved unless you were a child prodigy of some sort.

But looking at Erik and Eddy is what gives us hope. Zillian proved of his genius by turning his savings into a fortune. He started small at first and with the good return, he invested all his saving which were up to $12,000 and soon money started pouring in.

Soha Ali

As vanilla as it sounds, a filmmaker in the making. Soha brings the irony out of the crypto world by contributing to the Unfiltered section of BlockPublisher. Contact the editor at editor.unfiltered@blockpublisher.com

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