7400 began his career at age 14 when he discovered the university computer lab. Soon he and his similarly inspired buddies were hanging around waiting for idle gaps so they could run their programs on THE machine. He was fascinated by how it worked, and spent hours studying manuals and sketching invented CPU instruction sets and architectures, while more normal peers were playing football.
went on to study Physics and Computer Science at MIT,
and has lead a distinguished 40 year career designing silicon for mainframes,
PC’s, graphics, digital video, and consumer electronics.
With over 200 million of units of his designs shipped to date,
his work has likely occupied your office or living room at some point.
7400 has been working on blockchain protocols since 2013, and believes Cryptocurrency is a huge revolution in money, akin to the Internet revolution for communication.
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