Crypto Millionaire Chris Kesley of Appstitute Aims To Be First Trillionaire in the World
Ever since Amazon’s Jeff Bezos’ wealth crossed the 100 Billion mark, people have been wondering who would be the first individual to cross the 1 Trillion mark. Chris Kelsey, a 21-year-old upstart who, with his cryptocurrency, not only dreams of it but also thinks of beating them hands down to become the fastest trillionaire.
Kelsey, founder of an app development company called Appstitute, who is said to have become a millionaire overnight after selling out the company. That time, he was just 19. Tasting success as a teenager, he is now confident of making more financial achievements from his venture into cryptocurrency world. His blog post provides the details of his plans for expanding his wealth as the youth dreams of changing the world in a way nobody could do it earlier.
His Medium post titled “How to Become a F****** Millionaire” elaborates a narrative of a self-obsessed teen. In his own words: ‘I became a f***ing millionaire at 19. I finessed my way there and I didn’t give the time of day to anyone who wanted to stop me.’ “Now I’m on my way to becoming the youngest self-made billionaire in the world at 21. I will become the world’s first trillionaire.’
His aggressive attitude can be seen from comments like, ‘My goal is to change the world in a way that has never been done before. Most billionaires are p****** afraid to make a difference, thankfully I’m not a little b****.’
He has launched Kelsey Coin which is a digital bank with the goal of becoming the easiest place to use and store money. Connected directly to your Kelsey Coin account, World Home and Black Market World allow you to rent/sell/buy properties and buy/sell products online with Kelsey Coin.
With Kelsey coins, anyone can pay instantly through their Facebook email from any corner of the world. Right now, it’s available only with founder and can be purchased by reaching out to Kelsey only. But the Kelsey firm has plans to set up Kelsey Coin ATMs which will let cryptocurrency enthusiasts deposit cash in exchange for Kelsey coins through social media accounts.
While the young entrepreneur has earned lots in little time, Kesley has even earned flak on Social Media for ‘self-congratulating and self-promoting’ while a Reddit user was quoted saying, “You (Kesley) sound like a cocaine-fuelled t***, mate.”