The following is an excerpt from Bobby Ilich | April 3, 2018 | ibtimes.com |
When Sean Walsh posted an advertisement on LinkedIn for a direct-to-consumer cryptocurrency app he didn’t expect to attract many enticing opportunities. Walsh, the founder of California-based crypto-asset venture capital firm Redwood City Ventures, felt it was a bit of a shot in the dark since the handful of potential responses may not have what he was directly looking for or might have an asking price that was out of his range.
But not only did Walsh find an app he liked and at a negotiable price, it came from a coder and designer he would not have expected: a 16-year-old girl in India.
Harshita Arora, the industrious home-schooled daughter of a financier father and homemaker mother in the northern Indian city of Saharanpur, launched Crypto Price Tracker in January and in just one day it surged to the top of the Apple App Store.
The app has received very positive reviews, earning a 4.7 rating out of 49 reviews. With the constantly fluctuating prices of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple and the countless others, investors will likely maintain interest in apps like Crypto Price Tracker for quite some time.
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