Jefferson Nunn

American Innovator

 United States

Since 1999, I have been a consultant to high-net-worth individuals. Always an innovator, my ideas have generated millions for clients including Ronco and GoWireless. I have been involved in the cryptocurrency industry since mining my first Bitcoin in 2010. Since then, I've met with many of the early pioneers in the cryptocurrency space including the founders of Ethereum and the founders of Crypto Capital in Panama, SALT, EasyBit and more. Just recently, I have launched BTC Recover - a Bitcoin wallet password and seed recovery tool designed for people who have forgotten a part of the password or seed phrase but need assistance in trying different combinations.

After spending the last 22 years building technologies and partnering with clients to create the best solutions, I found myself starting my own company, Code Warriors, Inc. I am now looking forward to helping in the transformation of the software development industry - a platform that ensures clients have access to high quality of service and that is worth every penny.

I started the Biotoxin Foundation last year after recovering from a life-threatening illness after being exposed to poisonous and toxic molds. It is our mission to develop more knowledge in order to discover, treat, and reduce health issues connected to mold, and encourage better health for the world.

I also host a podcast - The Liquid Health News - where each Sunday I teach new strategies to survive common, but often unsuspected toxins in our environment that negatively affect our health.

I reside in Dallas, Texas with my wife and two kids and enjoy Sci Fi movies in my spare time.

Business and personal coaching Economy Health and wellness Marketing Technology 
Offer size 100 / 500 hours
Redeemed 0 hours
last traded hourly rate
$55.00 +0.00%

All the proceeds go to

Buy time

  Follow Jefferson


Generated $100m in one year for Ronco Corporation

Holder of 2 US patents and several copyrights

Can read at 800 words per minute and has written for Forbes, BTCM and others.

First computer was Commodore 64 in 1983.