What is your background briefly?
I spent about 12 years working in the corporate sector in enterprise business development and account management. Thereafter I ventured out on my own and started an online marketing business which has since evolved into a blockchain/crypto consulting and digital assets holding company.
Does it seem like a logical background to what you do now?
Not at all it, I stumbled on to Bitcoin and blockchain technology without actually looking for it and the more I learned about it the more I fell in love with the tech. I knew I had to restructure my business around my new-found passion.
Give us a one-minute pitch for what you are doing now.
Right now my focus is on strategic marketing with a strong focus on DLT/Blockchain technology. I’ve moved away from a competitive business model and I now prefer to collaborate with businesses and individuals who are on a mission. Sure, profits are always welcome but it is no longer the driving force in what I do, it’s now secondary to the mission. I sit on the advisory board for various ICO’s and love spreading the blockchain gospel at every chance I get. Yeah, I’m that guy! The guy at the barbecue who won’t shut up about how blockchain is going to change the world. What DLT/blockchain technology means to me is taking the power away from a small minority and giving it to the majority. It breathes new life into the words “Power to the People”
Why did you get involved with this ICO?
Paul introduced me to presale.market, before even finding out more about the project, I already knew it had to be something mindblowing if Paul was involved. When I headed over to the website and also read Fraser’s Medium.com posts, I was floored, I knew right then that I had to be part of this project.
Why do you think it is such a powerful idea?
Presale.market is going to change the way ICOs are run. It plugs all the holes in the current ICO model and offers better security for all parties involved. We’ve all heard horror stories of ICO advisors and service providers not getting paid once an ICO has ended, without much recourse. I would not be surprised at all if advisors and services providers end up refusing to work on a project unless the project is listed on the presale.market. I know I, for one, will be adopting this approach in the near future.
How can people find out more about the ICO and you & your work?
To get an understanding of what a powerful platform this will be I would suggest reading Fraser’s Medium article:
For more information about what I’m up to, head over to my Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darylnaidoo/