Speaker, & Crypto Consultant
Matthew J. Moore is a born servant-leader who sees the world full of unlimited possibilities. Some might classify him as an idealist, others might view him as unrealistic, but the truth is, to do something great in life you must first see the world for what it could be and not for what it is.
At a young age, he has become a leading visionary and cultural leader for his generation—the Millennial Generation. Matthew is a man of faith, a successful business owner, radio host, speaker, television producer, and community leader. If someone were to ask him to describe his calling in life, he would say he has been called to use his gifting’s in leadership and communication to become an agent of hope and a catalyst for changing the culture in a Christ-like manner.
Some of his accomplishments have come from his businesses and his nonprofit work in the city of Tulsa. In 2013, Matthew’s former business Heartland Direct International won a Gold Maxi and Platinum Maxi Award from the Direct Marketing Association of Washington (DMAW).
Since 2011, Matthew also served as the President of the non-profit group Young Businessmen of Tulsa (YBT). YBT is a group dedicated to connecting, inspiring, and developing young business leaders to find and pursue their purpose. In just a handful of years, Matthew has helped YBT raise well over $165,000 for community projects, and produced a weekly television show aired twice a week on KGEB TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In 2016, Matthew was awarded the NEXTGEN 30 Under 30 Award by the Governor of Oklahoma, an award that recognizes Oklahoma’s best and brightest under the age of 30.
His interest in cryptocurrency led him to help State Senator Nathan Dahm host an interim study and author some of the first "pro-cryptocurrency" bills introduced into the Oklahoma State legislature in 2019.
In addition, for his outstanding service to the community, Matthew has received recognition from both the House and Senate of the Oklahoma legislature, and a certificate of congressional recognition from former congressman and NASA Administrator, Jim Bridenstine. In 2016, Bridenstine also awarded YBT the Non-Profit in the Spotlight Award.
Matthew’s ideas and writings have been published in the Tulsa Business & Legal News, a daily journal of commerce for the Tulsa World newspaper.
Matthew is a genuinely curious individual who is always looking to learn. As an avid self-learner, his favorite topics and interests are liberty, faith, business, economics, and any form of communication. His hobbies include politics, and consulting people about cryptocurrencies and sound money. He can be described as a type of serial social entrepreneur and will use any platform he has been given to inspire, motivate, and ignite positive Christ-like change.