Paul Snow has been writing compilers, interpreters, and Rules Engines for use in graphics, embedded systems, and web applications for over 30 years. He designed and executed the Passing Bitcoin Around the World Events. As an organizer of the Bitcoin and Crypto Currency Meetup group, he organized the Mini Bitcoin Conference in Austin Series, which has grown into the Texas Bitcoin Association.
Paul Snow read an article in Ars Technica in 2011 that talked about this digital currency that did not require banks and provided local transactions. Snow bought some within one hour of having read it and then pretty much ignored it. Three years later Snow is the President of the Texas Bitcoin Association, a product of his own starting his own meetup group and merging with another started by Will Navidson.
Snow has proven bitcoin to be more efficient process of transferring money across the globe and will continue to do so.
Snow many have tripped into this digital economy, but he's owned every step of his journey, believing in the Bitcoin's potential in the world. If the Bitcoin does become the world's currency, it'd be safe to say without fierce contradiction that Paul Snow played a role in making that happen.
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