Micheal J Saylor is the greatest visionary in the Information Systems industry. An enthusiastic blockchain influencer, and a splendid leader. He believes that prudent institutional investors should only consider trusting a crypto-asset network after it has operated reliably for at least ten years without a hard fork.
He is an American entrepreneur and business executive, who co-founded Microstrategy, a company that provides business intelligence, mobile software, and cloud-based services, under his leadership Microstrategy has grown at a tremendous rate and made a mark in the BI industry, and he is chairman and CEO of the same Microstrategy. He is a vocal advocate of bitcoin. He is highly skilled in enterprise software, and also has a rich knowledge of numerous fields including analytics, data warehouse, leadership, SaaS, management, cloud computing, startups, professional services, enterprise architecture, mobile devices, and many more.
In 1983, he matriculated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on an air force ROTC scholarship. And then he joined the Theta delta chi fraternity, through which he met the future co-founder of Microstrategy, Sanju k. Bansal. He graduated from MIT in 1987, with a double major in aeronautics, and science, technology, and society. He is engaged in volunteering at Saylor Academy as a Trustee, which provides free college education to all students worldwide.
The way he expertizes himself in bitcoin, people started calling him the bitcoin bull, he is the most optimistic person when it comes to bitcoin. He expects that the entrepreneur will always keep buying Bitcoin every time it dips. The bitcoin community has begun to rise to the fact that his company might own too much bitcoin. Owning too large a portion of bitcoin could be harmful to the cryptocurrency’s decentralized culture that Bitcoin has so rigorously built over the years. He is still expected to be a principal BTC champion throughout the year. Instructing businesses about Bitcoin potentially through his powerful podcasts and learning courses.