Apr 29, 2018

Meet the 26-year-old ex-Googler who got $133 million for a cryptocurrency startup that could replace money completely

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Nader Al-Naji started mining bitcoin in his Princeton dorm in 2013. Now, he’s working on a stable cryptocurrency that be believes could actually replace money.

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  1. Sehal Garg says:

    Well Done! Today, He owns the cryptocurrency startup Basis with goals to replace money. The origin of the company actually began when he was a student of computer science at the Princeton University. After knowing that the university provided free electricity for students, he upon his friend’s suggestion decided to transform his dorm room power towards are a profitable hobby.