November 5, 2018 . 5 min read
Storecoin CEO Chris McCoy proves you’re never too young to set the course for your future, and he’s inviting high school students to follow his example.
A 2002 graduate of Kelso High School in Washington, Chris immersed himself in DECA, an association of marketing and entrepreneurship students. His passion and hard work catapulted him to the national DECA presidency in his senior year and steered him toward an entrepreneurial career in tech startups.
This week, at the state DECA conference in Bellevue, Wash., Chris extended an invitation from the Storecoin Team to become student brand ambassadors for the blockchain project. Joined by his high school DECA coach Rick Davis, he addressed more than 1,200 high school students to talk about his own journey as an entrepreneur and leader.
For the past several years, Chris has been entirely dedicated to Storecoin. The Storecoin blockchain is on a path to becoming scalable, decentralized and programmable zero-fee payments infrastructure for the public internet. The $STORE token aims to become the public internet’s reserve, zero-fee currency, and will be coordinated by a decentralized Governance of checks and balances.
Student brand ambassadors will earn a free Storecoin T-shirt, get to participate in a future $STORE airdrop, and will be first in line for roles helping to build the blockchain in the future.
KYC/AML checks are required for securities law compliance. This will be a Reg D and Reg S global offering.
Nothing herein is intended to be an offer to sell or solicitation of offer to buy, Storecoin tokens or rights to receive Storecoin tokens in the future. In the event that Storecoin conducts an offering of Storecoin tokens (or rights to receive Storecoin tokens in the future), Storecoin will do so in compliance with all applicable laws which may include the Securities Act of 1933 and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, as well as applicable state and foreign law. Any offering for sale to US Persons in a regulated transaction will be pursuant to a registration statement qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission, or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements.