Megan Frydel

About

Megan was born in Poland but from a young age always sought to expand her horizons to a more cosmopolitan way of life.

At 19 she moved to the hub of tech and culture where she studied at City University in London. Keen on understanding media platforms and social interaction Megan graduated with a degree in Media and Sociology.

Looking forward Megan began to invest both her time and money into new industries and one, in particular, got her attention: Blockchain.

Megan would absorb all that she could and back in 2010 the blockchain market was more of a pipe dream than the business tycoon that it has evolved to be today.

Her young mind began to wonder where she could further her Cryptocurrency ventures and a little island in the middle of the Mediterranean seemed like the perfect spot.

While London gave her the grit and business foundation she needed, Malta was the next chapter and a flourishing island to home Blockchain.

Megan found the perfect balance with advanced finance technologies and routinely studying the market in which it lives.

BiteMyCoin is the result of Megan’s cryptocurrency passion and with every post, update and new piece the aim is to bring the reader one step closer to our future.

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