After seeing an abject failure of traditional financial models, people might turn to decentralized peer-to-peer technology with crypto as the future.
Dmitri Love, the CEO at Bundil, suffered a serious knee injury while playing soccer during his study of biochemistry at the University of Arkansas. On the road to recovery, Love taught himself to code and became a software engineer. After learning about cryptocurrency and explaining it to friends and family, people would ask him how to buy it, but there were so many steps in the process. He thought to himself, “There must be an easier way for it to be done.” Dmitry then had the idea for Bundil, which allows users to invest their spare change into crypto and other assets. Bundil’s roundup plans enable users to invest intelligently.