Jordi Maxim van den Bussche aka Kwebbelkop was born on June 1, 1995, and is a famous YouTuber from the Netherlands. He made his Kwebbelkop channel back in 2008 and uploaded his first video on May 3, 2011. On June 2013, he got on YouTube full-time.
He started his YouTube career creating gaming videos and uploading them to his channel. It was his humorous and entertaining commentary that totally resonated with his viewers, helping him generate a massive following. Kwebbelkop plays different games, but he is most famous for his gameplay videos on Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto V, and Fortnite. Every now and then he tries out various games depending on demand as well as his personal interests.
Apart from YouTube, he also co-invested in the Backbone controller accessory used in iPhones, as well as in NFTs and cryptocurrency. Kwebbelkop also co-founded an NFT launchpad called LaunchMyNFT. He has over 15.1 million YouTube subscribers, 1 million Instagram followers, 466K Facebook followers, 3.2 million TikTok followers, and 408.8K Twitter followers. Kwebbelkop has an estimated net worth of $18 million as of 2023.
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Kwebbelkoop also co-founded LaunchMyNFT, an NFT launchpad. This is a blockchain-based platform that lets users create, manage, and even launch their Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). It’s a simple and intuitive solution for NFT launching, which helps open up the technology’s full potential to the masses.
Kwebbelkop openly promotes cryptocurrency as well. In an interview with Jibber and Jaber, he said that he made around $10 million with Bitcoin. He jumped into this in 2014 and bought Bitcoin in 2016. He started with 300 Bitcoins for 250 bucks, as well as 5,000 Ethereum. Kwebbelkop said that crypto became even better and more profitable compared to his entire influencer career, which sounds ridiculous but true. You need so much time and effort in content creation, but with crypto, it just takes you about 2-3 good moves a year, and these could make a huge impact.