The “Great Crypto Penny Challenge” is a project of Operations Technology Inc., a company that I founded in 1991, which predates the internet by several years.
Operations Technology started as a publishing company, selling the Contracting Opportunities Digest to small businesses who wanted information on all government contracts in the San Antonio, TX area. The Digest was sold to my business partner, Mr. Lionel Miller (now deceased) and the corporation relocated to Minnesota with a retuned focus on computer hardware services. With the introduction of the Internet, our focus soon turned to selling websites to small businesses. Operations Technology was also involved in pioneering Live Streaming by streaming a public service program to viewers and participants in Minnesota and Washington D.C.
On a more personal note, I am Warren Grantham, also known to many as Mister Warren. Like many other serial entrepreneurs, I have been involved in many ventures, mostly involving technology. My entree into the tech world began right out of college (circa 1978) when I worked as a COBOL programmer for the world’s largest check printer. You remember checks, don’t you? That was at a time when the core memory of our main frame computer was 32K. Later in life, I ventured into C# programming along with other languages that helped to stake a place in the Internet economy.
Like many others, I became enamoured with the concept of affiliate marketing, not so much from marketing other companies’ products, but how to use the system to help others earn money from other Internet ventures that were hungry for ‘eyeballs’.