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Between one Ohio State student's undergrad and master's: A successful startup exit

COLUMBUS — No MBA needed here: An Ohio State University graduate who launched an online bitcoin exchange as an undergraduate sold the business before starting his master's program. Jad Mubaslat sold BitQuick LLC to Chicago-based Athena Bitcoin Inc., a bitcoin ATM service, in June for undisclosed terms. He's now at Wright State University starting his graduate studies in biomedical engineer
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