Joshua Collazo is popularly known for his entrepreneurial prowess, growing Adelphia Holdings LLC, a real estate firm founded in 2014 to become a sought-after name in the industry. In a similar vein, Joshua has built a name in the crypto space as an ardent investor in major digital currencies like Bitcoin, XRP, and Ethereum. He has expanded his scope in the virtual space as he recently started an NFT project called Drunk Asians.
There has been a spike in the demand for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in recent times, with the increasing popularity of the metaverse and the virtual space further driving the market. A recent report published by Emergen Research revealed that the global Non-Fungible Token (NFT) market size was valued at $340 million in 2020, with a projection that it will hit $3,57,316.3 million in 2030 due to the increase in the use of NFTs in supply chain and logistics and rising demand for decentralized marketplaces. However, Joshua Collazo seeks to take the experience of blockchain enthusiasts a notch higher with the launch of the Drunk Asians NFT project.
Joshua Collazo ventured into the world of entrepreneurship after bagging a degree in engineering technology and a Master in Cybersecurity at New Jersey Institute of Technology, starting off with the real estate market. Over the years, he has grown the brand from an initial capital of $5k to become a multi-million dollar portfolio of multifamily residential and commercial properties in the New York metropolitan area, LA, Miami, and also Airbnb in Las Vegas.
The passionate entrepreneur has continued to spread his reach, getting involved in stocks, NFT, and crypto investing and expanding his business ventures internationally. Consequently, the decision to launch the Drunk Asians NFT project came as no surprise to his fans, as the owner of a crypto punk and bored ape yacht club NFT continues to push boundaries.
Joshua is passionate about mentoring other aspiring investors. Aside from real estate and crypto, Joshua is a huge believer in long-term investing when it comes to stocks. “Good things take time. High Risk High Reward.” – Joshua Collazo. As an investor, he has brought in returns as high as 383% from long-term investing.
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