PR: The Man Who Sold His House for Bitcoin Has Joined the MoneyToken Advisory Board

Man Who Sold His House for Bitcoin Has Joined the MoneyToken Advisory Board

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Didi Taihuttu, also known as “the man who sold his house for bitcoin”, has joined the MoneyToken advisory board.

Didi brings to MoneyToken a wealth of experience in cryptocurrency, and has been mining and trading in cryptocurrency assets since 2011 – but his real claim to fame started last summer, when Didi sold everything he owned and invested it in Bitcoin, with the intention of holding on to his crypto-investments until at least 2021.

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“We think that Didi is a living example of an exceptional belief in Bitcoin, a man who has been prepared to stake his whole life’s earnings on the future of cryptocurrency. We are thrilled to have him join the MoneyToken advisory board and to receive Didi’s support for our venture, because for us it means that the man whose belief in Bitcoin is unconditional also holds that belief in the MoneyToken project, and that is both incredibly flattering, reassuring and inspiring” – Alex Rass, MoneyToken co-founder.

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