Anatoly Yakovenko (Solana) Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Wife and Children
Anatoly Yakovenko Biography
Anatoly Yakovenko is a known Russian computer engineer and co-initiator of the Solana project. He wrote the Solana white paper.
Anatoly Yakovenko Age
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Anatoly Yakovenko Height
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Anatoly Yakovenko Education
Anatoly attended and graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Anatoly Yakovenko Family
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Anatoly Yakovenko Wife
Yakovenko is a married man to Laura Skelton, they exchanged vows on November 12, 2013.
Anatoly Yakovenko Kids
Anatoly has managed to keep off details on whether he has any kids or not, will soon fill out this section.
Anatoly Yakovenko Net Worth
Anatoly has an approximated net worth of $200 million.
Anatoly Yakovenko Career
After graduation, Yakovenko worked in different startup companies. Then his interest in digital cryptocurrency and blockchain technology grew, and he started aiming at these sectors.
He first co-initiated a VOIP startup, Alescere, in 2001, and also supervised the lead development of SIP and RTP protocol stacks and startup components for small businesses. Later on, he worked for more than twelve years at Qualcomm. He steered the development of operating systems as a senior staff engineer manager there.
Additionally, his remarkable works include developing BREW’s operating systems, enabling the first Tango phone device, the first phone 3D camera, Push2Talk’s server components, etc. Besides that, he worked for Mesosphere and Dropbox as a software engineer. He aimed at distributed systems and compression in the latter.
When Bitcoin was created, the previous Qualcomm engineer didn’t pay much attention. But later he realized how decentralized finance and blockchain made things easier without any added paperwork formalities. So he dived further and finally founded Solana.
He founded Solana in March 2020. Its censorship-resistant features, fast speed, and low cost make it more known among users. Moreover, top Web3 apps like Bonfida, Grape Protocol, Squads, Audius, etc. are built on the Solana blockchain.