I had the pleasure of getting to sit down and talk with the world’s most decorated winter Olympian, Apolo Ohno, in an exclusive CryptoCurrencyNews.com interview today. After retiring from speed skating just five years ago, Ohno quickly jumped head first into the business world. With a heavily competitive spirit and tenacious drive to do everything full force, he surrounded himself with like-minded individuals and was thus introduced to blockchain technology and cryptocurrency.
As an early adopter of this emerging space, Ohno quickly began to realize the powerful potential of cryptocurrency and its underlying technology. Apolo became the Co-Founder of Quantum Block Capital, which invests in blockchain start-ups, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), and innovative technology designed to change the way that people work, think and live.
Ohno is also Co-Founder of the ICO HybridBlock and that was the basis of our entire interview. The team at HybridBlock believe that education is the key to mass adoption of cryptocurrency and is one of the main factors holding this adoption back. They’ve designed HybridBlock to be an all-in-one cryptocurrency trading ecosystem for all different levels of investors. Along with three distinct trading platforms, the team at HybridBlock have designed “HybridCentral” which will encompass endless amounts of educational resources and modules to view right within their app.
They’ve designed the app to be as user-friendly as most apps we use today. The HybridBlock team is initially targeting the 4.4 billion-person Asian market but hope to branch out globally in the future. HybridBlock’s public token sale begins in 6 days. If you would like to sign up to participate, you can do so here.
We would like to thank Apolo for taking time out of his busy schedule to sit down and chat with CryptoCurrencyNews.com about HybridBlock and his upcoming ICO.
Further details about the company can be found in the video below, and I will be providing a full in-depth article on HybridBlock shortly. You can view their whitepaper, here.