EOS Blockchain Based Chat Messenger MakeSense Brings Investor Tim Draper On As Board Member


The famous venture capitalist Tim Draper, who has invested in several companies such as Skype, Tesla and Baidu, has recently been invited to join the board of MakeSense Labs, the company behind a new messaging app that was created on top of the EOS blockchain. The official announcement happened just after the company launched its newest feature, Sense.Chat.

Draper is well-known for investing in many crypto businesses. He has been doing it as early as 2014 and participated in the funding rounds of companies such as Coinbase and Ledger. He is also a notorious Bitcoin bull who has predicted that the price of Bitcoin would pass $10,000 back in 2014.

According to the CTO of Sense.Chat, Ben Sigman, the company is very interested in the support that Tim has to offer. He was considered a very important person in the company and a figure that could provide leadership, support and vision.

This app was created to let people using the EOS blockchain message other people and send funds to other wallets without needing any information such as email addresses or phone numbers at all. All messages are fully encrypted.

According to Draper, the world is becoming more decentralized every day and Sense.Chat is an important company that is helping the market to connect people.

In order to become one of the board members of the company, Draper invested venture capital in Sense.Chat’s parent company using Draper Associates. The investor is also the headmaster of the Draper University, which is focused on the education of young entrepreneurs.

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