Serge Belamant is the co-founder patent holder of the renowned Blockchain technology. He was born in the city of Tulle in France. At the age of 14 years, they moved to South Africa with his family. He later attended Witwatersrand University to study computer science and technology.
Serge Belamant has worked with a range of companies in different industries. His skillfulness and passion for developing financial transaction software has made him prominent, as well as bringing immense impact globally in the modern financial and banking sector. His first company was NET1 UEPS in 1989, and lately Zilch Company.
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Serge Belamant, says that he makes his money by creating products that are useful and satisfy the diverse needs of people. He states that it took his business time before realizing its success; however, he holds no regret to the time taken as he associates it with learning lessons necessary for success. He further says he experienced doubt on his work to whether “it is worthwhile, or will it be successful?” But all these time he trusted his instincts and trust that he had in his work.
Having worked in many field and positions, he describes himself as his first customer, since he had to first buy the idea from himself before trying to convince someone else on the same. Serge Belamant, says his main marketing strategy over the years is word of mouth. Since the happy client will always share a good thing with their loved ones. He says, his hardest decision to make is the choice between two equally important options. He believes being a student of new ideas has progressively made him successful.
He holds that he is most fascinated by the trends in DNA analysis and believes that there is a lot more potential in this exploration. The book” Brothers Karamazov, by Fyodor Dostoevsky, carries his day; he describes it as an artful book address many questions relating to social life. Buying his daughter some American Girl’s books stands to be his recent most fulfilling purchase. He ends by giving his favorite quote “it’s easy to see far when one stands on the shoulders of giants.”