BlockLeaders recently spoke with Zimbabwe-born Garth Richmond about his work with mobile wallet developer Kuvacash. and also discussed his passion for fostering the adoption of blockchain technology worldwide, and the value of educating people about this relatively new tech.
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Bruce Hughes spoke to BlockLeaders about what it means to be a cryptopreneur, how blockchain can bring transparency and confidence back to African society, and also about two very important issues: Freedom and faith.
Barbara Bickham, or a life spent in blockchain, the ultimate intersection between technology and money
“Well, being an entrepreneur has nothing to do with starting a company, that’s just part of it. What inspires you to create that company is the important part. What drives you to go down that road. I think that entrepreneurs are naturally born leaders, they like to shape and mold things. They are naturally curious people. They ask a lot of questions. And they are very clear on themselves. They clearly know their vision and mission. And they like to have people come along and help them”
W. Scott Stornetta: A life of research, education, and solving the fundamental riddle of data immutability through blockchain
The life of W. Scott Stornetta can broadly be divided into two distinct parts. The first part of his career was spent on research and consulting, when he worked at such prestigious corporations as Bell Labs, for example. The second part is a life dedicated to the education of others. Scott spoke to BlockLeaders about his experiences in both fields, and how he solved the issue of data immutability while trying to prove that it couldn’t be done!
A step though the recent history of ICOs by Blockleader writer Fernando Sanchez … First,…
Jonathan Symmonds is an accomplished animator. He’s worked with industry heavyweights such as James Cameron for Avatar, Spike Jonze on Where the Wild Things Are, Trollhunter, and many others.So the man knows a thing or two about animation, how the industry works, and what’s needed now. But of course, blockchain is not about the now, it’s about the tomorrow. So I wanted to know how he felt about the future use of blockchain technology in the animation industry.
Jonathan Fennell recently spoke to BlockLeaders about his involvement with the Government Blockchain Association and Genesis Block Africa, how he helps to keep Zimbabwean women fit, and how blockchain technology can help the disadvantaged in his country and elsewhere.
Jeremy Klein is one of those Blockchain enthusiasts who has a clear goal in mind: To drive every project to success. His latest enterprise, HyperionX, is a distributed network for Smart Markets that creates a decentralized ecosystem for the trading of smart products.
Fernando Sanchez recently spoke with Steve Good, an entrepreneur, strategic advisor, blockchain enthusiast, and YouTube personality about issues such as entrepreneurship, blockchain’s potential to become the technological basis for a better future, and of course, all his ventures on YouTube and literally writing the book on crypto.
Alex Mashinsky: Internet 3.0 has the potential to reclaim what’s good for the people through blockchain
Fighting the monopolies which dominate our lives is not a new game for Alex Mashinsky, As an immigrant to the US, he decided to take on AT&T which was the most profitable company in the US back then. Almost all of its profit came from international voice call settlements. Mashinsky proposed to replace the decade-old practice of charging users $3 a minute to call relatives abroad with a free internet-based service he called Voice Over Internet Protocol. Few believed such service could even work, as the entire internet was a slow and cumbersome dial-up system that used the phone network as its backbone. Mashinsky persevered though, and today over 3.bn people all over the world freely use the technology he helped pioneer.