Ben Reynolds Net Worth – $5 Million
Benjamin Reynolds has been performing as a professional performing artist since 2008 and has been fully insured since 2010. He adheres to all NAFAA safety guidelines; when required for fire performance he can use glow or LED props.
In its lawsuit, the CFTC asserts that Reynolds misled Control-Finance customers into believing they were entitled to guaranteed trading profits in virtual currency markets and promised referral rewards and bonuses as promised.
Early Life and Education
Ben Reynolds hails from Springfield, Virginia and attended UVA for both undergraduate and medical school education. He enjoys all things related to UVA – particularly sports- related pursuits- even when they may not be doing too well!
Ben loves traveling with his wife, an emergency medicine physician. They’ve explored much of the globe together, taking every opportunity to bring their children along for the journey. Ben also enjoys bowling, fishing trips to Canada and hobby farming as hobbies in his free time.
He is an active member of the United Methodist Church and serves as its stewardship committee chairperson. Additionally, he’s very involved with his community, giving back whenever he can. Furthermore, he enjoys reading and attending educational conferences for lifelong learning purposes.
He is the author of Incorporating the Digital Commons (University of Westminster Press, 2020) and co-editor of Global Media Giants (Routledge, 2017), with his research focused on political economy of communication and future of journalism. Additionally, he is an Associate Professor in both Reynolds School of Journalism and Center for Advanced Media Studies.
Reynolds is an experienced director who has directed music videos, promotional shoots and short films. Additionally, he serves as both programmer and film archivist.
Benjamin is fully insured to perform fire performances since 2008 and has been providing his services throughout North America and Europe. On request, he can provide a certificate of insurance or insure an event or venue using NAFAA safety guidelines for his works.
Achievement and Honors
Reynolds was named for Benjamin Reynolds, an early businessman from White County with a vision for its development as a railroad town. White County opened their first rail line through Reynolds in 1854 and it quickly helped propel growth of this small community – becoming an important trading center as well as being used to transport President Lincoln’s body after his assassination.
Reynolds joined Wake Forest as their football sports performance coordinator in February 2022, having previously served as assistant football coach at Kennesaw State and sports performance director at Emory University and James Madison respectively.
Ben Reynolds enjoys spending his free time with family and friends – especially children – especially playing sports and watching college football. Ben is proud to be part of both the Medical Society of Virginia and Northern Virginia Pediatric Society as well as South Riding Pediatrics where he takes great pride in his work.
He has over 10 years of experience managing Educational Kit Operations, having begun at Newton Learning with warehouse operations from scratch and overseeing every aspect of Activate Learning’s kit operation from overseas importation through to end-user delivery and customer service. Additionally, he has designed numerous kits and products for Activate Learning including Active Science and IQWST curriculum development.
He was serving in Iraq when an IED struck and caused shrapnel injuries that left him permanently disabled. Through the Boot Campaign’s Homes 4 Heroes program, they recently received a mortgage-free home.
Ben Reynolds is an esteemed Australian association football player, boasting a net worth of $5 Million. Born January 7, 1982 in Lithgow, New South Wales – Australia; currently playing with Penrith Panthers of National Rugby League competition.
On October 19, 2017, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission filed a civil enforcement action against Reynolds and Control-Finance alleging they engaged in an unlawful scheme to solicit bitcoin deposits from members of the public, while misappropriating customer deposits. As a result, Reynolds faced default judgment from the court. Since 2019, Reynolds has conducted over 9 trades of Silvergate Capital stock since 2019, owning at least 3,369 units as of 26 February 2023 (his largest trade being selling 11,714 units on 4 August 2021 for $1,218,725) See below for his complete stock trade history and his stock trade history below.