Chris Kelsey could be set as a perfect example of nouveau riche, which usually means newly rich. The self-proclaimed crypto millionaire has made a declaration that he would be world’s first trillionaire.
After dropping out of high school just six months before his graduation, Chris became an entrepreneur at the age of 17, realising his goal of getting rich. He sold his first app development company Appsitude, that had reportedly made him worth a millionaire at 19.
Kelsey went on to start a now-defunct startup, Cazza, which aimed to construct buildings with 3D printing technologies. Surprisingly, his co-founder and he were featured in Forbes Asia 30 under 30 list last year before they fell out.
Chris is also the founder of not-so-famous cryptocurrency called Kelsey Coin, which is designed to be more like a digital bank than a acting as a currency. His coin lets users easily trade the cryptocurrencies.
Chris claims that he is willing to help people to achieve their success and operates a Youtube account that is filled with videos of him conversing with his viewers about things like “How to have a perfect breath,” “How to use drugs properly”
Aligning with his claims is his latest article published on Medium wherein his gladly and not so decently teaches his readers on “How to become a F****** Millionaire.”
In his article, Chris mentions about his journey of how he became a “f****** millionaire at 19.” and didn’t give the time of day to anyone who wanted to stop me,” he wrote. He also claimed that he is on the way to become “the youngest self-made billionaire in the world at 21.” With utmost confidence, he writes “I will become the world’s first trillionaire. My goal is to change the world in a way that has never been done before. Most billionaires are pussies afraid to make a difference; thankfully I’m not a little bitch,”
That’s a sky-rocketing ambition indeed. Presently, the world’s richest person is Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, with a personal net worth of $US143 billion and even the world’s richest company, Apple hasn’t outcrossed $US1 trillion valuation.
In his essay, he calls critics as losers and asks users to do the same. The article include things like “don’t be a d**k”, “don’t let liars (weak people) bring you down”.
A reddit user briefed his article, commenting, “You sound like a cocaine-fuelled twat, mate.”
The only line noteworthy in his article: Rich people aren’t role models.