Apr 30, 2018
Auntie Terrie shares what it was like being a woman working in tech at IBM in the 60's along with her take on cryptocurrency. In part 2, Che Mott gives a European perspective to regulation of the blockchain and privacy with the new GDPR law, while announcing the Global Venture Forum in San Francisco on May 11 and 12th.
Apr 23, 2018
It's been said that the blockchain is a solution crying out for a problem. In our last episode we questioned its relevance. Today Intimate.io co-founder Leah Callon-Butler, presents that case that the adult industry, with the ability to be pseudonymous for one, may be one of the most fitting applications yet: paid...
Apr 16, 2018
"Ten years in, nobody has come up with a use for blockchain", was our guest's first viral article on the blockchain, and last week his second went viral again: "Blockchain is not only crappy technology but a bad vision for the future"
We came up with few counter arguments, but not many. What do you think? Granted, Kai...
Apr 9, 2018
Back in episode 6, our guest was the founder of Munchee to promote their ICO. Within 2 months they had been subpoenaed by the SEC and on the all the investors had to be refunded. Here's one of their advisors from Chapin Labs to tell us the mistakes they made and what we can learn about the SEC and launching an ICO...
Apr 1, 2018
Shitomi Nakamormoni, responsible for 29 million dollar gift to teachers on DonorsChoose.org, founding Blockchain, and Coinbase, announces revolutionary initial coin offering solving climate change with guaranteed financial returns for investors.