When most people think of prosperity, they think of the money. They usually think of colossal mansions, relaxing properties, own jets, and more capital than any normal person would be able to spend. In this way, we can say that there are many thriving entrepreneurs around the world.
In fact, there were nearly 2,000 billionaires across the world in 2019, and many millionaires too. If we are using financial value as a degree of success, then we can reliably say that we found a thriving entrepreneur who is making big in forex trading and cryptocurrency business at a young age. We are talking about top entrepreneur and cryptocurrency expert Ariel Benitez, founder and CEO of Trade.stream which provides a financial live stream platform for traders in Canada and worldwide.
After making a strong impact in Canadian crypto market, he is now focusing on creating a whole new market in India, which is Asia’s fastest-growing economy. He moved to India to develop several financial crypto applications, development tools, and streaming infrastructure. With Shorupan Pirakaspathy and Warren Carson.
In the trading world, most triumphant forex traders and cryptocurrency experts work behind the scenes and away from the limelight, modestly building their earnings. Being a popular cryptocurrency expert of Canada Ariel Benitez has helped many traders who are new in the market.
Many believe his name now comes in the top five gainers who earned in millions in cryptocurrency business this year in 2020 Canada. From the past few years, his career graph is constantly going on the upward side.
Ariel Benitez is a growing entrepreneur and CEO of Trade.Stream firm, which provides all kinds of facilities like education, chart analysis, and news about the cryptocurrency and forex trading market. He aims to make it big in India as opportunities are enormous in India. He knows India is a big market and lots of investors around. He is using all his experience to make it even bigger in a country like India, and we feel he will taste more success in 2021.
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