Serge Christian Pierre Belamant is considered to be the Bill Gates of the Republic of South Africa. Born in 1953 in Tulle, France; Serge Belamant moved to South Africa where he learned to speak and write English. As a young boy, Serge was a smart individual who excelled in multiple subjects that included science, chess, as well as rugby, and won several rewards that include becoming the Victor Ludorum in 1971 as well as finishing sixth place in the South African Chess School Championships in 1972.
With time, Serge Belamant went on to University where he switched his major a total of three times which range from engineering to computer science and mathematics, and lastly informational systems. Unfortunately, due to many of his credit hours not transferring over from Witwatersrand University to the University of South Africa, he made a deliberate decision to enter the workforce. Soon after, Serge Belamant got offered a job at Matrix which was a large civil engineering company at the time, and it was here where he created software to analyze the dam’s water levels throughout the Republic of South Africa.
In 1980 as well as 1982, Serge was awarded the analyst of the year as well as the Systems Analyst award of the year, and went on to create various programs that range from a new National ATM switch for RSA banks to pioneering an idea that reversed the communications protocols for South African banks connected to the switch. In 1989 Serge Belamant founded Net1 Technologies, where he put one of his first achievements to use which was the Funds Transfer Systems (FTS). After a couple of years, his company had its first breakthrough when VISA hired them to invent a program that combined both of his two technologies resulting in the COPAC also known as the Chip Offline Pre-authorized Card. COPAC is where Serge Belamant became the founding patent holder of blockchain technologies.
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