This Ex-Google Engineer and a multi-millionaire just sold all his bitcoins. He’s now warning others about the risk of cryptocurrencies and Tether scandal
Patrick Shyu is an Ex-Google Tech Lead and Ex-Facebook Software Engineer. After leaving the corporate world, Shyu launched TechLead, an online training program, and professional community. TechLead is a great platform for those who’re interested in Tech, programming, Big Tech companies, money, growth, recruitment, and also life tips.
In addition, Shyu is also a multi-millionaire app entrepreneur, digital nomad, Silicon Valley native, and senior software engineer. He’s held roles in full-stack web development and mobile engineering. According to information on his website, Shyu has conducted over 100 interviews at Google and has worked in the tech industry for over a decade from startups to Fortune 500 companies.
When not teaching at TechLead, you can find Shyu on YouTube sharing his views on virtually any topic ranging from technology to finance and cryptocurrency. He currently has over 1.04 million YouTube subscribers.
Yesterday, we wrote a piece titled, “Tether scandal and Binance investigation: What does this mean for the future of bitcoin and stablecoins?” During our research for this article, we came across this video from Shyu about why he decided to sell all of his bitcoins.
In this 8-minute video, Patrick Shyu is now warning others about the risk of cryptocurrencies and the Tether scandal. We alluded to part of what Patrick said in our yesterday’s article. Watch the video and make your own judgment call.