Andrew Thomas DeSantis
|Andrew Thomas DeSantis|
|Born||March 10, 1993 (age 25)|
|🏡 Residence||Laurel, Mississippi, Santa Cruz, California|
|Co-Founder & CTO at BTC Inc., Creator of DeOS, Software Engineer at 21 Inc., Tech Editor of Bitcoin Magazine, Tech Editor of yBitcoin|
|Title||Editor-in-Chief of code.news|
Andrew Thomas DeSantis (born March 10, 1993) is an American software developer, investor, writer, economist, techno-utopian advocate and entrepreneur. DeSantis co-founded BTC Inc. (the parent company of BTC Media, which owns Bitcoin Magazine) and is the creator of DeOS.
Upon completing his first semester of Computer Science courses at the University of Alabama, DeSantis was removed from the classroom and mentored by John C. Lusth and Nicholas A. Kraft via their 100P curriculum.
In 2014, Apple removed the Blockchain wallet app from its iOS App Stores, leaving iPhone and iPad users with no native bitcoin wallet options for their devices. Two months after Blockchain's removal from the App Store, DeSantis revealed that his development team, Avalonic, had found a novel workaround to Apple's bitcoin wallet ban and strict App Store regulations: Its own native app store that allows users to download and install Bitcoin-related applications on iOS. The team also announced a standalone bitcoin wallet app.
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- Southurst, Jon (April 5, 2014). "Unofficial Apple iOS Store to Allow Bitcoin Wallet Apps". Coindesk. Archived from the original on January 7, 2015. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
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