From Uber Driver to CEO: Meet the Owner of Cryptocurrency Business Valued at $8M
Posted On March 25, 2022
- Anade Davis is the Founder and Chief Data Scientist for the World Data Science Institute and inventor of the CryptoShare app
- Cryptoshare, which officially launched in February 2022, allows users to pay bills, shop, and borrow money using digital currency
- Davis is now empowering young ones to take an interest by offering free data science training sessions for teenagers
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The Founder and Chief Data Scientist for the World Data Science Institute, Anade Davis, has invented a CryptoShare app that allows users to transact business online.
The app allows users to pay bills, shop, and borrow money using digital currency.
Before establishing his company valued at $8 million, Davis was driving for Uber in 2017.
Launching the app
Cryptoshare officially launched in February 2022 and has raised over GHc1 million ($200,000) from more than 400 investors on Wefunder, according to BlackNews.
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The app also allows users to use physical and digital assets as collateral to get loans. It also allows them to use their cryptocurrency to buy real-life items.
Through his accomplishments, Davis has inspired young ones to take an interest by offering a free data science training session for teenagers related to those that invest $1,000 or more.
Recognition for his accomplishments
Davis and his company received the 2021 Technology Innovator Award for their achievements, BlackNews reported.
In addition, they won a $10,000 Pitch Competition from Blacks in Technology, a non-profit community of Black Technology professionals.
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