НаT Man
Inc.|September 2023
THIS NYC NATIVE WENT FROM THE FAMILY HARDWARE STORE TO REMAKING THE HARDHAT. WAS IT HARD? HARDLY.
Sal Vaglica
НаT Man

Teddy Haggerty's reputation as a wunderkind began in high school, when the self-described nerd outfitted drones with cameras to take photos for real estate agents, netting $100,000 a year. In his first year of college in Florida, he connected with an IT pro who turned Haggerty on to bitcoin. He in fact made so much money designing and building crypto mines that he dropped out of school, returned home to New York City, and found himself at the head of some impressive tables.

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