In the past decade, bitcoin has disrupted the way we think about money. Behind the hype, the youth has been at the forefront of the crypto-revolution; creating new ways of generating income and preserving wealth.
Paxful, one of the world’s largest peer-to-peer bitcoin marketplaces, and Startup Grind South Africa, the side-hustler and entrepreneur whisperers, are partnering to offer a free workshop on your campus on how you can take advantage of the bitcoin economy. Learn how to use bitcoin to start your own bitcoin-powered businesses!
This workshop will explain:
JOIN US FOR A FUN SESSION WITH FREE SNACKS, DRINKS, GOODIE BAGS, AND BITCOIN GIVEAWAYS!
Cost of entry: FREE
Space is limited.
For catering purposes, please RSVP here to confirm attendance or contact Laurez at firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries
For more information on Paxful visit: www.paxful.com
Ray Youssef is CEO and Co-Founder of Paxful, a next-generation peer to peer marketplace for buying and selling bitcoin. Ray is a New York City native who is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor.
Ray Youssef is CEO and Co-Founder of Paxful, a next-generation peer to peer marketplace for buying and selling bitcoin. Ray is an New York City native who grew up working in his parent's newsstand in Columbus Circle and has been a serial entrepreneur since 2001.
As Napster was shut down people wondered if music could be profitable on the net. The entire time Ray was selling 30-second monophonic ringtones for $2.00, five years before iTunes. When Myspace and Friendster were hot, and everyone was wondering how social networking would make money, Ray started the virtual gifts trend in social networking in 2004 and has been angel investing for the past decade.
Sandras is the founder of Startupcircles.ai He is an expert on entrepreneurship and innovation. He has founded successful companies in IT, entertainment and startup education. He has worked with over 25 organisations, lectured at over 17 universities and been to 22 countries.
He is the director for Startup Grind Cape Town and the director of entrepreneurship development at Africa Trust Group, the fund manager for Enygma Ventures.
Sandras has a degree in Computer Science and an MBA from UCT. He has been taught by teachers such as Dr John Demartini, Roger Hamilton and Tony Robbins. He has spoken on the same stage with Facebook and Asana co-founder Dustin Maskovitch, Youtube co-founder Steve Chen, Guy Kawasaki, Steve Blank and Clayton Christensen.
He has worked in banking, mobile payments, unit trusts, IT and education. He has been named one of the 15 tech people to follow in 2018 and 2019. He has been featured on CNBC Africa and SABC 3 and has been a mentor on SABC 1 TV programme Making Moves.