Rebecca Asseh shares her story of building a budding career in blockchain while educating the masses in pidgin, a language they understand better.
The CEO and co-founder of Blockfolio, Edward Moncada, talks to Blockleaders about staying relevant, surviving the bear market and keeping a good poker face.
Today, we take a voyage to Eastern Africa, where Roselyne Wanjiru will be sharing with us her story of getting involved in blockchain through her research in finding ways to protect the copyrights of authors; and what it feels like being the only female in the EOS Nairobi core team.
We learn about Sahver Kaya’s different high profile blockchain projects in Europe and Asia, including an easy to implement and use crypto wallet
The fintech law specialist and partner at Lyon based law firm Yellaw spoke to Blockleaders about how regulators are grappling with blockchain in France, the future of ICOs/STOs and why the French will always protest.
Damon Nam talks to Blockleaders about what it means to be a digital nomad, how Coinvest offers a novel way to manage digital assets, and opens up about a journey that led him to discover and embrace the simplicity of life.
The founder of Space Impulse talks to Blockleaders about the opportunities the privatisation of the Space Industry brings for business, how blockchain sounds like Greek to most people, and how the world’s first trillionaire will be a spaced out dreamer.
This article looks at art and crytocurrency in a deeper way than tokenising a piece of art: this is about tokenising a part of a human being. Intrigued? Then read about Jon Don Capablanco, a Canadian artist who is looking at the source of life itself in a crypto environment. And then, of course, there is language and native speaking – one man’s native is another’s patois…
Peter Alfred-Adekeye speaks about his life as a born entrepreneur, the development of talent-pooling platform Pingsta, and fighting the giant: Cisco.