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Kwon was the founder and CEO of Anyfi, a communications firm that specialized in developing peer-to-peer connectivity solutions for last-mile communications, before diving into the world of cryptocurrencies through Terraform Labs. The businessman also served as a software developer for digital behemoths Apple and Microsoft.
Kwon is involved with a variety of well-known cryptocurrency projects, including Anchor Protocol and Mirror Protocol, in addition to the blockchain community. Kwon was recognized as a top leader in the field of finance and venture capital in 2019 and was given a spot on Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list. Kwon has also invested personally in a number of crypto-focused businesses worth millions of dollars, including Flint, Iron Fish, pSTAKE, and Ape Board.
The business invested almost $4.1 billion when it established the charity Luna Foundation Guard in January. By funding LUNA with TerraUSD, the organization, which focuses on the Terra ecosystem, aims to reduce the volatility of the cryptocurrency.
Terraform Labs anticipates investing $40 million in 2022 to announce its debut into the professional sports industry. The business additionally took part in a $80 million fundraising round for Qredo, a decentralized layer-2 infrastructure for the custody and settlement of digital assets. Despite the ongoing conflict with the federal regulators, Kwon is anticipated to keep up his streak of investments while also enhancing Terra’s product offerings. Additionally, the businessman is betting on the ANC cryptocurrency from Anchor Protocol and its future potential.