Travis Patron

Travis Patron is a political economist and digital money researcher best known for his research into the internet payment system bitcoin.

In 2012 at the age of 21, Travis founded Diginomics, a bitcoin investment firm focusing on the changing nature of government regulation, taxation, and business collaboration on a global basis. With special interests in cryptography and computer programming, Diginomics has quickly grown to become a leading voice in the highly ambitious cryptocurrency industry.

Patron has written industry-leading research on the opportunity of bitcoin, such as his leading book The Bitcoin Revolution: An Internet of Money. Originally published in 2013, it has been one of the most positively-received publications in the bitcoin space as an educational introduction to the technology and economics behind cryptocurrency.

As a respected public speaking authority, Travis has helped audiences ranging from small teams to large university classrooms understand the implications of programmable money while offering professional accreditation in the rapidly growing bitcoin industry:

In all of these positions, the common denominator has been serving as someone who is able to explain in simple terms, the most cutting-edge developments in internet-enabling socio-economic collaboration.

Travis Patron

Studying at the University of Saskatchewan from 2010 – 2013, Travis earned a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts with a specialization in economic policy. During his post-secondary academic career, he studied on exchange at both the University of Montreal and Stockholm University.

At the age of 25, he founded the Canadian Nationalist Party, a right wing federal political party offering Canadians an alternative to the outdated and impotent dichotomy of Liberal and Conservative ideologies.

This political movement represents the revival of the Canadian identity – true to ethnic heritage and cultural excellence.

Born in Redvers, Saskatchewan, Travis has always attributed his success to the sense of work ethic and humbleness instilled in him through the farming community.