Jeremy Gardner, CEO and Founder of MadeMan, discusses his journey as a crypto serial entrepreneur, the importance of personal development, Bitcoin's various narrative battles, and much more.
My guest today is my friend, Jeremy Gardner. Jeremy is an American serial entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist based in Beverly Hills, California. He is primarily known for his early investments in Bitcoin, Crypto Castles brand, and as a co-founder of Augur. Before Augur, he founded the Blockchain Education Network, a global educational nonprofit, and afterwards founded Distributed magazine, SAAVHA, an enterprise security startup. He continues to advise and invest in startups in the blockchain industry as the co-founder of Ausum Ventures, a hybrid venture-hedge fund comprised of startups and crypto-assets for social good. He is currently the founder and CEO of MadeMan, a men's skincare cosmetic company featured in publications Maxim, The Daily Front Row, and Wealth Magazine. This conversation is full of incredible insights about success, dealing with hardship, the crypto space, and much more. We discuss Augur and how it transformed the crypto landscape, the difficulty of bootstrapping a crypto startup, and the origin story of the OG Crypto Castle. We also dismiss the Energy FUD and talk about the various narrative battles Bitcoin has had to endure throughout its history. We end our conversation by discussing the importance of personal care and why everyone should focus on personal development. Please enjoy my conversation with Jeremy Gardner.
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