Kale Abrahamson, also known as Kale Abe, is a serial entrepreneur, CEO, crypto investor, and blogger. He is best known for his YouTube channel and podcast "The Kale Show", where he presents complex concepts like NFTs, crypto, and online business to an audience in a way that is both fun and educational. His channel is focused on informative videos on crypto, altcoin, bitcoin and ethereum, and has 123k subscribers.
Abrahamson serves as the CEO of multiple 8-figure companies, including Honey Badger Boost, 2+2 Genesis, and The Kale Show. He has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Markets Insider, Home Business Magazine, and ESPN for his contributions to the e-commerce and marketing space.
Early life and education
Kale grew up in a variety of different cities, living in 14 different houses before leaving for college. He got his Bachelor's in Psychology from Northwestern University and his M.S. in Psychology and an MBA from Drake University. Thereafter, Kale pursued an M.S. in Business Administration and Management at Duquesne University. Kale was also named among the top 150 recruits nationwide and received 40+ Division I scholarship offers.
Kale has been a basketball player ever since he could walk. He was ranked the 135th best basketball player in the world during high school. Several colleges took notice of his remarkable success, and he was awarded scholarships to 17 universities of his choice, including Harvard, which opened up a world of possibilities for him. Unfortunately, he broke his hand and had to miss 15 games due to injury, owing to which he got enough time to think about what he wanted to accomplish with his life.
During the pandemic, Kale started a newsletter and began investing his own money in crypto and NFTs. Fast forward a few years later, and “The Kale Show” has grown into a media empire with its own NFT collection to boot. Kale garners over 5 million monthly views and impressions across YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. His 2+2 Genesis NFT project strives to create utility for its holders and capitalize on the absolute wave of interest in NFTs and crypto.
Kale soon found that his true passion was building businesses, not playing basketball, when he ended up making $75,000 in just 42 days by selling hoverboards. With this in mind, Kale proceeded to launch three businesses that include the Kale Show, 2+2 Genesis NFT project, and Honey Badger Boost. On The Kale Show, Kale shares and explains trends in cryptocurrency to inform and inspire his audience to make smart investments. He provides clear cut advice to his followers in real-time as per the latest trends in the crypto industry.
On The Kale Show, viewers are given first-hand advice about the day’s crypto market including up-to-date news. The show aims to inform viewers about crypto and grants viewers access to free tips and advice on investing and trading in cryptocurrency. Today, The Kale Show has grown into a media empire with its own NFT collection to boot. He garners over 5 million monthly views and impressions across YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. His 2+2 Genesis NFT project strives to create utility for its holders and capitalize on the absolute wave of interest in NFTs and crypto.
In the media
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- "About | The Kale Show | Page | Kale Abrahamson". The Kale Show. Retrieved 14 May 2022.
- "How Kale Abrahamson And Taylor Hiott Are Helping Young Entrepreneurs Build Wealth". Forbes India. Retrieved 14 May 2022.
- Bushnell, Henry (9 June 2014). "Kale Abrahamson opens up about his time at Northwestern". Inside NU. Retrieved 14 May 2022.
- "CEO Kale Abrahamson Launches The Kale Show". Digital Journal. Retrieved 14 May 2022.
- "Kale and Taylor of Nine University: A Success Story to Inspire People". AP NEWS. 17 December 2021. Retrieved 14 May 2022.