This week on Blockleaders

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This week saw us talk to more entrepreneurs in the crypto space, getting their points of views and their impressions on the past, present and future of blockchain technologies.

Throughout the week, we met and talked to blockchain influencers about how their life journey lead them to become advocates of decentralized technologies, covering why they believe blockchain is the way of the future for a better world, but also talking about the possible failures of such systems.

Here are the incredible people, events and topics we covered this week:

#10YearChallenge: 10 Startup Founders on the Most Important Lesson Learned in the Last Decade

Learning from a decade of experience. Sarah Surette talked to entrepreneurs and business leaders about the lessons they’ve learned for the past 10 years in the blockchain space.

Sarah Surette

Sarah Surette

EOS Tuesday – IWAD CEO: Raman Bindish

EOS Tuesday – EOS advocate and IWAD CEO Raman Binish talked about his podcast: ‘Investing with a Difference’, and told us about the accidental way in which he found so many followers.

IWAD

IWAD

Coin Chat Wednesday: With David Atkinson, co Founder of Blockleaders

CoinChat Wednesday – David Atkinson, co-founder of Blockleaders.io and commercial director of Holochain talked to Steve Good about the 10 ways in which most cryptocurrencies are likely to fail.

David Atkinson

David Atkinson

SVK Crypto Women in Blockchain podcast with Jess Houlgrave

SVK Crypto Women in Blockchain podcast: SHEOS co-founder Jess Houlgrave interviewed Ingrid LaFleur, the Co-Founder of EOS Detroit.

Ingrid LaFleur

Ingrid LaFleur

Bruce Hughes: On the renaissance of freedom through blockchain

The renaissance of freedom through blockchain. Genesis Block Africa Founder Member Bruce Hughes spoke about how blockchain can bring transparency and confidence back to African society.

Bruce Hughes

Bruce Hughes

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