16 Jun '13, 3pm

So this is what happened when they asked about Bitcoin mining :) #DadsinTech @WSJ…

GUEST MENTOR Wences Casares , founder and CEO of Lemon : Entrepreneur is a fancy word for “doer.” Some people are good at thinking, analyzing, observing, describing or expressing. But entrepreneurs are great at getting things done. My father, a sheep rancher in Patagonia, is a doer. Growing up, other farmers were about 20 miles away, and the closest town was 100 miles away. See what other mentors have to say about fatherhood and entrepreneurship. Being in the middle of nowhere, we had to be great doers to accomplish tasks like building trenches and bridges in the middle of the mountain. The biggest impact my father had on me was showing me the process of a doer: seeing what needs to be done, taking inventory of our resources, coming up with a plan and then not overanalyzing it or paying someone else to do it, but just rolling up your sleeves and getting it done yourself. H...

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Kenilworth’s founders first found out about Bitcoin in just the same way as so many of the rest of us. “In 2011,” Daniel P...