Stay in school is the common mantra one hears early in life. Go to school. Make good grades. Get a good job.
It’s very rare to discover someone that drops out of high school at the age of 16 and MIT a few years later, especially a highly studious person.
But if dropping out of school twice doesn’t drop your jaw, then maybe being a Y-Combinator alum as well as receiving a $100,000 Thiel Fellowship grant after successfully founded Nambase.io — the premier domain registrar built on top of the new DNS protocol Handshake — just might grab your attention, a little more.