As the founder of the recently launched eCoin Project, Paul Glass has his eyes set on fixing the flaws he sees with crypto. And if successful, his efforts could catalyze a new normal for the utility of digital currency.
Thus far his journey has been an interesting one. Having stumbled upon Bitcoin in 2011, while at William Mary Law School, Paul spent hour upon hour studying the deepest recesses of Bitcoin. He admits to being reticent at first, questioning everything from double-spend scenarios to how do transactions really get confirmed without traditional, third-party intermediaries. Over time, he says, Bitcoin became a fever pitched passion of his, one that increasingly swallowed up more and more of his attention.
In 2012, Glass jumped into the world of mining seeing that it was ripe with profit potential. During this