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13-Year-Old Kid from Goa is Managing Millions of Dollars in Cryptocurrency

How 13-Year-Old Kid Gajesh Naik from Goa is Managing Millions of Dollars in Cryptocurrency?

The craze of cryptocurrency has captured the whole world. in the past few years. Millions of people are investing and earning from cryptocurrencies.

But if I say a middle school student is also participating in cryptocurrencies management, then you do not believe me. Yes, you heard true. A 13-year-old middle school boy Gajesh Naik from Goa has developed two dApps on the Polygon network. Gajesh Naik has developed two dApps PolyGaj and StableGaj for the cryptocurrency money managing ecosystem.

Gajesh Naik is an 8th class student at People’s High School in Panaji. He has also created educational content during the lockdown due to the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The content was about to help primary school students from vernacular schools as physical classes at the schools were shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The PolyGaj developed by Gajesh is one-stop decentralized finance (De-Fi) and non-fungible token (NFT) platform. And the StableGaj is a decentralized stable coin swap that provides a stable coin exchange facility on the Polygon network.

The PolyGaj app is built on the Polygon blockchain and this app is now managing $7 million in cryptocurrency. Recently the billionaire Mark Cuban has also invested in the PolyGaj app.

Gajesh has completed many online certificate courses from the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. He had learned coding at boot camp when he was just 8 years old. He has mastered coding languages including C, C++, Java, JavaScript, and Solidity.

His father Siddhivinayak told to media, “Gajesh is also taking direct tutelage from professors of MIT and Stanford”. His father is a Goa civil service officer.

Gajesh Naik is also active on Twitter where he has over 22000+ followers. He also has a YouTube channel with over 12,000+ subscribers. He participates in blockchain and cryptocurrency discussions on his Twitter account.

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