"For cryptocurrency to become main stream with wide spread adoption world wide, the industry must work together to address many challenging issues. It will take a lot of hard work in unity to cultivate and promote a culture of mutual respect, cooperation, and trustworthiness, to enable a number of cryptocurrencies to be sufficiently stable and reliable with the needed liquidity as a medium of exchange for goods and services."
Chinese descendant Alan Yong has been an entrepreneur since graduating from Northern Illinois University in 1976 with an MBA. Yong and his wife immigrated from Malaysia to the U.S in 1971. The year of graduation Yong invested $25,000 in the restaurant business and later provided $250,000 to start software and computer hardware Manufacturing and Maintenance Systems, Inc, in Lombard, Illinois. The company invested over $1 million to start Dauphin Technology, a portable computer company. With teaming partners, including Sears Federal Systems, the teams won two major contracts to supply portable computers to the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Treasury.