Serge Belamant: Inventor Of The First Blockchain Debit Card

The genesis of blockchain debit cards dates back to 1989 when Serge Belamant used the knowledge he gained through academia and hands-on experience to become the inventor and patent holder of this technology. Throughout his life, Belamant has demonstrated a level of ingenuity often associated with creators.

In 1953, Serge Belamant was born in Tulle, France and moved to South Africa with his family at a young age. At just 14 years old, his father started working as a tiler, which set a standard of independence for Serge that he carried well into his career.

Both athletic and intellectual, Serge Belamant played rugby and other sports, while maintaining diligence and focus as a student. As a matter of fact, he was chosen to serve as house captain for the science club while attending Highlands North High School for Boys in Johannesburg. Serge received acknowledgements for outstanding academic performance and was awarded Victor Ludorum.

Serge ranked sixth place in the 1972 Southern African Chess School Championship, despite tremendous competition. The critical thinking skills that he used to excel in game of chess were subsequently leveraged to excel later in his career. His advanced capabilities were evident early on when he entered the University of the Witwatersrand after graduating from high school ahead of his class.

Serge Belamant’s university studies included engineering, computer science and applied mathematics. After transferring to the University of South Africa during his junior year, he changed his major to information systems. Although he departed the university before earning a degree in order to launch his career at the age of 22, he learned quite a bit while in school.

Early in his career, Serge Belamant worked for Matrix, a civil engineering firm, within the BKSH division. He succeeded in developing software applications used to analyze water levels in dams across the United States and his worked included finite element analysis. Belamant went on to join the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) developing computer models.

Earning a promotion to the Pretoria, Witwatersrand and Vereeniging road planning project, Belamant enhanced road network analysis by developing graphic interfaces. He also worked as a consultant for Bancorp supporting risk management initiatives, where he designed a 10-step program to analyze business risk and optimize sustainability.

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