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Thiel was born in Frankfurt, and holds German citizenship. After graduation, he worked as a judicial clerk for Judge James Larry Edmondson, a securities lawyer for Sullivan & Cromwell, a speechwriter for former-U. Secretary of Education William Bennett and as a derivatives trader at Credit Suisse prior to founding Thiel Capital in 1996.

He moved with his family to the United States as an infant, and spent a portion of his upbringing in Africa before returning to the United States. He then went on to the Stanford Law School, and received his J. He then co-founded Pay Pal in 1999, and served as chief executive officer until its sale to e Bay in 2002 for

Thiel was born in Frankfurt, and holds German citizenship. After graduation, he worked as a judicial clerk for Judge James Larry Edmondson, a securities lawyer for Sullivan & Cromwell, a speechwriter for former-U. Secretary of Education William Bennett and as a derivatives trader at Credit Suisse prior to founding Thiel Capital in 1996.He moved with his family to the United States as an infant, and spent a portion of his upbringing in Africa before returning to the United States. He then went on to the Stanford Law School, and received his J. He then co-founded Pay Pal in 1999, and served as chief executive officer until its sale to e Bay in 2002 for $1.5 billion.During Thiel's time at Stanford, debates on identity politics and political correctness were ongoing at the university and a "Western Culture" program, which was criticized by The Rainbow Agenda because of a perceived over-representation of the achievements made by European men, was replaced with a "Culture, Ideas and Values" course, which instead pushed diversity and multiculturalism.This replacement provoked controversy on the campus, and led to Thiel founding The Stanford Review, a paper for conservative and libertarian viewpoints, in 1987, through the funding of Irving Kristol.

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Thiel was born in Frankfurt, and holds German citizenship. After graduation, he worked as a judicial clerk for Judge James Larry Edmondson, a securities lawyer for Sullivan & Cromwell, a speechwriter for former-U. Secretary of Education William Bennett and as a derivatives trader at Credit Suisse prior to founding Thiel Capital in 1996.

He moved with his family to the United States as an infant, and spent a portion of his upbringing in Africa before returning to the United States. He then went on to the Stanford Law School, and received his J. He then co-founded Pay Pal in 1999, and served as chief executive officer until its sale to e Bay in 2002 for $1.5 billion.

During Thiel's time at Stanford, debates on identity politics and political correctness were ongoing at the university and a "Western Culture" program, which was criticized by The Rainbow Agenda because of a perceived over-representation of the achievements made by European men, was replaced with a "Culture, Ideas and Values" course, which instead pushed diversity and multiculturalism.

This replacement provoked controversy on the campus, and led to Thiel founding The Stanford Review, a paper for conservative and libertarian viewpoints, in 1987, through the funding of Irving Kristol.

Thiel is involved with a variety of philanthropic and political pursuits.

Through the Thiel Foundation, he governs the grant-making bodies Breakout Labs and Thiel Fellowship, and supports life extension, seasteading and other speculative research.

Thus, consumers were often left with little choice and instead had to pay with exact cash or personal checks.

Thiel wanted to create a type of digital wallet in the hopes of ensuring more consumer convenience and security by encrypting data on digital devices, and in 1999 Confinity launched Pay Pal.

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During Thiel's time at Stanford, debates on identity politics and political correctness were ongoing at the university and a "Western Culture" program, which was criticized by The Rainbow Agenda because of a perceived over-representation of the achievements made by European men, was replaced with a "Culture, Ideas and Values" course, which instead pushed diversity and multiculturalism.

This replacement provoked controversy on the campus, and led to Thiel founding The Stanford Review, a paper for conservative and libertarian viewpoints, in 1987, through the funding of Irving Kristol.

Thiel is involved with a variety of philanthropic and political pursuits.

Through the Thiel Foundation, he governs the grant-making bodies Breakout Labs and Thiel Fellowship, and supports life extension, seasteading and other speculative research.

Thus, consumers were often left with little choice and instead had to pay with exact cash or personal checks.

Thiel wanted to create a type of digital wallet in the hopes of ensuring more consumer convenience and security by encrypting data on digital devices, and in 1999 Confinity launched Pay Pal.

This experience instilled a distaste for uniformity and regimentation later reflected in Thiel's support for individualism and libertarianism as an adult.He studied philosophy at Stanford University, graduating with a B. After the sale of Pay Pal, he founded Clarium Capital, a global macro hedge fund.He launched Palantir Technologies, an analytical software company, in 2004 and continues to serve as its chairman as of 2017.Early on, he experienced a setback after investing 0,000 in his friend Luke Nosek's unsuccessful web-based calendar project.However, his luck changed when Max Levchin, a friend of Nosek's, introduced him to his cryptography-related company idea, which later became their first venture called Confinity in 1998.In his youth, Thiel played Dungeons & Dragons, was an avid reader of science fiction, with Isaac Asimov and Robert A. Tolkien's works, stating as an adult that he had read The Lord of the Rings over ten times during his childhood.

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