Jack Kuveke is an American investor and entrepreneur. As the Co-Founder and COO of Huddle, he is changing video calls forever. By using small group video calls to build community, Huddle’s influencers are able to interact with their audiences in a more personal manner than a typical platform. Jack is also the former CCO of GameCredits, a cryptocurrency that, at one point, set the record for the biggest ICO (Initial Coin Offering) ever. Not only that, but he’s a great guy.

“Group video kind of sucks right now. Zoom feels too much like work and Instagram Live is not interactive. We came at this with the question of, ‘Why are the options of how you can communicate with your audience, live, so limited?’ This is a thesis of, ‘How can we make video more fun and engaging, without it having to be live streaming, which is too one-dimensional?’

-Jack Kuveke, Co-Founder of Huddle

Jack joins Jay on The Success Bug and the two discuss his wacky journey of becoming an entrepreneur. This involved him moving all the way to Serbia at just eighteen to work for GameCredits full-time, and falling deep into the cryptocurrency “rabbit hole.” Jack also opens up about his first entrepreneurial experience: building Minecraft servers when he was young.

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