Danny Kabakibo has been an entrepreneur and software engineer since he was ten, and he loves cultivating innovative technological solutions to ambitious problems. His newest project is his biggest one yet, and it addresses the ever-growing wealth gap in the US. Warin is a revolutionary new app designed to help regular people accumulate wealth.
Warin is a truly (artificially) intelligent investor. It leverages massive amounts of data, fast computers, and unique technology to see stock market trends that even the pros cannot. The app automatically selects the best stocks based on the user’s risk profile. Warin makes incredibly fast decisions, giving users an edge over the competition.
There’s no app like Warin on the playing field, and it’s tax-friendly too. Loss-harvesting paperwork is automatically generated to give users the smallest tax burden. Warin is revolutionizing the industry and defying what was previously thought possible.
Danny’s career began when his father gifted him his old computer. He would distract himself from homework by learning the ins and outs of the operating system. Eventually, he downloaded the code for the Google search webpage from his web browser and reverse-engineered it to learn HTML and CSS code. This branched into a web design business, a custom video game server from which he sold perks to thousands of strangers online, various projects like building autonomous drones, and, eventually, artificial intelligence.
His expertise was built on years of self-teaching with the help of the internet, as Danny learns best by doing. His years of doing tech have allowed him to develop his own unique understanding that allows him to innovate.
He was first inspired to dive into tech by his dad, the founder of a hardware company that was sold to Intel.
He received a roughly full-ride scholarship to the Illinois Institute of Technology but ended up not attending classes, so he returned to the Bay Area, where he ended up working for a software company. But he quickly found that he could not thrive as a cog in the machine. Shortly after this realization, he decided to stay true to himself, and that was when he started Warin.
While there’s no definite launch date for the app yet, Danny is working to make sure he can deliver it to the masses as quickly as he can. The creator is excited to see the positive changes his app can bring to regular Americans.
In the future, he sees himself working on his next company while Warin continues to change the lives of Americans across the board. In keeping with his personal philosophies, he plans to be running and investing in many companies that facilitate growth for humanity. He is planning to do a lot of work with the integration of technology and the human body to increase the quality of life for all. After years of contemplation, he committed himself to help drive technological innovation and meditate daily. Entrepreneurship and technology became his saving grace.
To know more about Danny Kabakibo’s work or to get on the waitlist for Warin, visit its official website.