Michael J. Saylor (born February 4, 1965) is an American entrepreneur and business executive, who co-founded and leads MicroStrategy, a company which provides business intelligence, mobile software, and cloud-based services. Saylor authored the 2012 book The Mobile Wave: How Mobile Intelligence Will Change Everything.
Michael J. Saylor was born on the 4th of February, 1965, in Lincoln, Nebraska. He spent his early years on various Air Force bases around the world, as his father was an Air Force chief master sergeant. In 1983, Saylor attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on an Air Force ROTC scholarship.
Billionaire tech executive Michael Saylor says the downfall of FTX exposed problems with crypto exchanges and will likely drive more investors to bitcoin. The MicroStrategy executive chairman...
Michael J. Saylor is the CEO of MicroStrategy, a business intelligence company. He is also a bitcoin enthusiast and has invested heavily in the cryptocurrency. In 2020, he made headlines when he announced that MicroStrategy would be buying $250 million worth of bitcoin, making it one of the largest companies to invest in the cryptocurrency.
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Saylor rocketed to fame during the tech boom of the late 1990s as CEO of the Virginia-based data analytics company MicroStrategy. He became the D.C. area’s richest person, Newsweek compared him...
Michael J. Saylor, Co-founder of Microstrategy, has made claims that he believes the use of Bitcoin (BTC) is the solution to the financial crisis that is being experienced in Lebanon as the country’s currency has lost 96% of its value against the U.S. Dollar (USD).
When addressing the collapse of FTX, the Bitcoin enthusiast argued that the exchange failed as a result of a lack of transparency. According to Saylor, if a company holds cryptocurrency assets, they should be “nobody else’s liability.”. Saylor also warned that the recent developments around FTX will surely attract more regulatory scrutiny.
MicroStrategy executive chairman and former CEO Michael Saylor has acknowledged that regulators will be forced to act after the FTX cryptocurrency exchange crisis. According to Saylor, regulators are likely to crack down on the crypto sector by opting to ban any innovations, a scenario he suggested would benefit assets like Bitcoin ( BTC ), he ...
Michael Saylor, Microstrategy founder and executive chairman, joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss the recent news in the cryptocurrency space, how bitcoin holders differentiate themselves...