The success story of GrandpaGang — official partner of BitBay Pay
GrandpaGang — grandson and grandfather. There are over 60 years between them, however, they are joined by the passion for sport and a challenge, that is participation in Silesia Marathon on October 6, 2019.
You and your grandfather are an example of an amazing duo. How did your joint adventure with running start?
It started innocently. When grandpa lost his leg it was a blow to us. But breaking down is a way to nowhere, so we treated it as a challenge. In this way, we started with walks during which we talked a lot. Then somewhere in the back of my head, I thought: “What would happen if we started running with a wheelchair?”. …
Patryk Kadlec is the CEO of BitBay Pay, a licensed international cryptocurrency payment provider. Operates globally since 2016.
During his 20-year career, he took up managerial positions and sat on the boards of G2A.COM, Paymento SA, 3DGence, Dotpay, and Playlink SA. He was responsible for creating and implementing strategies as well as coordinating sales and marketing projects.
You have an extensive experience in payments and you worked at DotPay. Could you tell me more about that?
I worked at DotPay for 7 years and I have to admit that we’ve had a big impact on the payments market in Poland. But you know how it is — at some point, you realise that you want to develop further. …
Bitcoin or Lisk? What cryptocurrencies are they holding in their wallets? Do they use them for payments, and if so, what do they buy?
The cryptocurrency community is of high interest to many industries which are more and more willing to take advantage of virtual currencies and blockchain technologies. Who are the people who already use cryptocurrencies? BitBay, as a platform with the largest database of Polish cryptocurrency users, decided to create a portrait of this community.
We went a long way since the first time two people decided to exchange goods. At the dawn of civilisation, barter was the only peaceful way to acquire items or services from one another. Money, as we know it today, did not exist yet and people had to establish their items’ value each time the transaction took place.
This, of course, wasn’t an ideal way to monetise on or store a surplus of goods. …