Being the father of Patrick Dai, Draper University, has recently announced its first public hackathon known as the HEROthon, sponsored by Qtum. Patrick Dai, who founded Qtum while he was an undergraduate at the San Mateo-based Draper University, graduated from winter 2016 class.
The HEROthon sponsored by Qtum will bring product developers, business leaders, hackers, marketers and Draper University entrepreneurs together purposely to rebalance the future of decentralized entertainment and gaming.
Qtum as an open source public blockchain platform was designed to integrate the best parts of the Bitcoin and Ethereum into a blockchain that is business-friendly. The blockchain project is also PoS based and possesses a Decentralised Government Protocol (DGP) which allows the modification of specific blockchain settings by using smart contracts.
Qtum’s Patrick Dai Makes It To Forbes 30 Under 30
The co-founder of Qtum Foundation, Patrick Dai, made it to the Forbes “30 under 30” list of young leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators in 2017.
Also called Xuguang Dai, the founder of Qtum, is one of the 300 under age 30 people who are making their impacts known all over the world. According to Forbes China, Dai was recognized for his successes in consumer technology category.
The co-founder of Qtum has been an active player in the blockchain industry since 2012. He became so fascinated with the encryption software technology that underlays Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. These coupled with other obvious qualities gave him early recognition globally.
Tim Draper’s Bitcoin (BTC) Prediction
According to Bitcoin prediction credited to Tim Draper a couple of months ago, he prophesied $250k Bitcoin price surge in the next four years and he solidly stands by the prediction.
The possible availability of amazing Bitcoin and blockchain-related products in the next four years prompted his prediction.
In this wise, he advised the Bitcoin investors who are worried about the incessant price moves to stop checking Bitcoin price daily, but should rather wait patiently for the gradual building of required engineering and infrastructure.
During a Web Submit conference that was held around November 2018, Tim Draper was asked whether he’s still on his stance that Bitcoin (BTC) price will reach $250,000 in the next four years, he said: “Yes. We are talking about five percent market share to get to $250,000…”
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