Many fascinations surround the blockchain technology because many things are happening each day. But, the name of Serge Christian Pierre Belamant, simply known as Serge Belamant is distinctive. Thanks to his technological innovations in the blockchain sector, Alec Hogg, a financial expert once labeled him the African Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. Throughout his life, Serge Belamant has been credited with the ability to create crucial apps and software that have helped many investors in the business sector. Perhaps, one of Serge’s greatest achievements is when he recently developed software that has been of great use in the cryptocurrency world. His application has turned out to be the pivot in creating numerous digital currencies.
How Serge Came Up With The App
To create this reputable block chain app, Serge Belamant used simple and available resources. First, it was the smart cards. For Belamant, finding smart cards was and is a simple thing. Besides, it is easy to find quality smart cards that he wants. The second thing that Mr. Pierre needed was a micro-controller, which he then used to come with several distributed transaction ledger that is independent. With this technology in place, it is easy for banks, financial institutions, forex exchange bureaus and any other money exchange centers to run various transactions. According to Serge Belamant, this app allows governments, startups, and individuals to make deposits and withdrawals fast. Besides, the technology is highly secure from hackers.
Born in France in 1953, Serge Christian Pierre Belamant and his parents relocated to the Republic of South Africa. The moving of his family from French territory to SA gave Belamant an opportunity to study English. While at school in Johannesburg North High School, Pierre was active in athletics and rugby. Upon finishing his elementary education, Serge went to Witwatersrand University where he first studied engineering. But, after a while, he switched to applied mathematics and computer sciences. Later, he went on to add to his belt of studies, information systems from the University Of South Africa (UNISA). His first work at Matrix and Finite Element gave him the breakthrough to developing various applications that are still in use in the banking sector.