This week on Blockleaders

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This week saw us focusing on people’s learning curve within the blockchain space, showing how those people expanded their visions and developed their careers around decentralized technologies.

We started the week looking at marketing and professionalism, and ended the week covering the process of learning and achieving. On the way we journeyed through the past, present and future of blockchain, we took a crypto journey around the world and we delved into the art of selling.

Here are the incredible leaders we met this week:

Andreas Kalteis – Efficiently moving around Obstacles

From parkour athlete to digital marketing professional, Novem AG Head of marketing Andreas Kalteis showed us how passionate people can migrate professionalism from career to career

Andreas Kalteis

Andreas Kalteis

Let’s Talk Adam B. Levine!

From fringe to everyday tech, tokenization pioneer / Let’s Talk Bitcoin founder and host Adam B. Levine took us on an extraordinary journey through the past, present and future of blockchain.

Adam B. Levine

Adam B. Levine

Alex Buelau – making his passion into his career

From Brazil to Oxford, Coinschedule CEO and co-founder Alex Buelau explained how his love of blockchain and crypto led him on an incredible life adventure across the world.

Alex Buelau

Alex Buelau

Nicholas King; The Art of Selling is a Science You Should Learn in Business Development

The art of selling is a science. Nauticus Blockchain head of business development Nicholas King talked about his business acumen, growing from a student-athlete to a master salesman.

Nicholas King

Nicholas King

James McKenzie – Learning is forever

Learning is forever. Tokenoro Inc CEO and Chairman James McKenzie talked to us about standing up, displaying common sense, and showed a real sense of achieving in a meaningful way.

 James McKenzie

James McKenzie

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