Introducing Britain's Youngest Bitcoin Billionaire

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Jul/01/2018

Great Britain has a new billionaire - that's billionaire with a "b".

A former Oxford student hit the milestone at just 34, making him the youngest British billionaire.  Ben Delo co-founded the bitcoin trading platform BitMex in 2014, which is now valued at $3.6billion USD.  Online gamers from a number of countries can use the trading platform to link to their gambling site-connected secure wallets.

Delo lives frugally in Hong Kong with his wife Pan Pan Wong.

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