Daniel Vogel is among the youngest entrepreneurs and leaders of technological innovation in Mexico. Motivated by a sense of social responsibility, Bitso is committed to the development of efficient, competitive, accessible and inclusive financial services in Mexico and Latin America. Vogels holds two degrees from Stanford University (BA in economics, BS in computer systems engineering) and a master's degree in business administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School. During his academic career, he presided various student societies such as the Society for Entrepreneurship in Latin America, the Bitcoin Club, the LatAm Club, the Aviation and Aerospace Club, among others. At Stanford he was elected by his colleagues to be a member of the Class Cabinet. Vogel has not only demonstrated his entrepreneurial side, but he has also shown his innovative skills. During his time residing in Silicon Valley he worked for Quantcast, where he developed a real-time bidding system, a product that would later go on to become the company's main source of income. In November 2016, he was included in "Innovators under 35 Mexico 2016", an award from MIT Technology Review. His work at Bitso has been recognized by Endeavor (Global Endeavor Entrepreneur), MassChallenge (2016 Gold Winner), the President of Mexico (Digital Leader Mexico), among others.