Felix Hartmann is an entrepreneur, trader, award-winning author, philanthropist and one of the nation’s leading Millennial Business Strategists. A recognized authority on branding, marketing, and sales psychology, he has served as an advisor to businesses around the US for the past 3 years, where his work has been featured in Venture Beat, the Verge, Forbes and more. Author of the internationally bestseller and Dragon Award nominee, Dark Age, Mr. Hartmann has inspired thousands of readers around the globe.
Hartmann is the President of Hartmann Capital, a holding company comprised of several of his own businesses and investments, including FundThis.com, Everipedia.com, and CryptoAcademy.us. He has been involved at various key entrepreneurial conferences, from being on the founding team and Board of Directors of the Forbes Top Rated Next Gen Summit, to speaking to the leading Entrepreneurs of Puerto Rico at Cenas Empresariales, to reaching thousands of the world’s top traders at the Digital Stock Summit. Currently he pursues various projects in the blockchain/cryptocurrency space, and was selected as one of only 131 individuals around the globe to be accepted into Consensys Blockchain Developer Academy, founded by Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin.
Practicing a concept, ‘Dream Diversity’ he coined himself, Hartmann effectively runs several companies, actively trades and coaches the financial markets, is a successful fiction writer, and can be found speaking at, attending, or even organizing most major networking events.
As a philanthropist, Felix Hartmann has helped raise tens of thousands of dollars in his teens already for various causes including Autism Speaks, the Make a Wish Foundation, and the Children’s Miracle Network through his fraternal involvement. Every single day he mentors dozens others and helps them come closer to their dreams.
“To create a world in which people define their own destiny and reach their full potential by pursuing their passions.”
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