T. Steel Rose, currently living in Dallas
Business degree from Texas Christian University, publishing training from Stanford University
Professional experience and achievement
Rose has been involved in FinTech since before the PC sparked the microcomputer revolution and was named Man of the Year by Time Magazine. He has published FinTech magazines since before Al Gore invented the Internet.
Rose was an early financial technology pioneer as VP of Solomon Software, now a part of Microsoft. He spent years providing comparative reviews for the accounting and banking professions and founded several publications including, CPA Magazine.
Avid singles tennis player; achieved dream of being surrounded by beautiful women, his wife and four daughters
First experience with cryptocurrencies
Frustrated by the inefficiency of a pre-Internet payment system being applied to a connected world, Rose watched several failures, including AOL founder Steve Case.
After having discovered cryptocurrency, Rose believes Bitcoin 2.0 will revolutionize the Internet with global currency and a public ledger system to document distributed contracts of all kinds, and is a first-mover encouraging established business adoption.
Role in the Bitcoin community
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