My journey started when I was just 15 years old and still in high school, bursting with ambition and dreams. I stumbled upon the exciting world of VoIP technology and began searching for ways to earn money without a diploma. Within a year, I managed to acquire nearly 50 call centers as clients and employed multiple independent sellers. It’s hard to believe that a 16-year-old schoolboy in 2005-2006 could earn such an income, armed only with a phone and occasional access to the school computer lab. Naturally, my teachers were often frustrated by how much time I spent servicing my customers in the lab.
Sadly, the VoIP business in my country eventually began to decline due to strict regulations, and I had to move on to other things. In 2008, I crossed paths with one of my oldest friends in college and we both decided to venture into website development. I started freelancing and honing my skills in all things related to the internet until 2014 when I became an eBay Power Seller.
Over the years, I have explored several different areas of work, but my passion for the internet has never wavered. Today, I am proud to say that I run a tech company with two of my closest friends, and our first project, Kokonut Network, has been a resounding success. Our sights are set on revolutionizing the agriculture sector in the Dominican Republic, leveraging our ideal soil and climate to cultivate an array of fruits and vegetables.