Author Fernando Sanchez

Smart, dexterous. Tactile, intelligent, educated, and well-read. A little impatient, wholly intolerant to bad spelling and lazy grammar. Writer, poet, and lover of those who love the side that we don't see. Ireland-based, but my mind wanders the world. Adventurous, and non-smoker. Photographer of all that is worth being portrayed for its intrinsic beauty. Widowed father of two beautiful young creatures. There is a destiny, not a destination, in my life. There is an admiration for she who may be gone, but not forgotten. Through words we live, and through words we are remembered. Join me in my journey...

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Jonathan Symmonds: On dragons and blockchain

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.

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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.

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Paulii Good: When marketing and storytelling meet the blockchain

Storytellers share a common bond. Restless creativity. The bond is unseen but strong, and resilient. Creativity drives the storyteller’s inner thoughts and motivation for everything they do. Paulii Good has achieved success in her chosen professional path. She spoke to BlockLeaders about the power of storytelling both in work and life, and also confessed her passion for baking nice stuff for her family.

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