Ten years ago, Geeman Yip sat in his basement with his two dogs waiting for the world to end. That’s what it felt like, anyway. Facing bankruptcy, a market that didn’t believe in his vision and a crisis of confidence unparalleled in his experience, Yip felt like he was standing completely alone on a ledge screaming into a void. It would have been easier to jump, to fold his nascent startup and head back to his cushy job at Microsoft. It was tempting. But Yip somehow dug deep and found the grit he needed to pull himself and his company, BitTitan, back from the ledge for one final effort.
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