Steve Grasso has worked on the New York Stock Exchange and on behalf of some of the largest funds in the world. He is one of the leading gurus in the financial sector, enjoying broad popularity thanks to his regular appearances on CNBC.
Today Steve and Yuri tackle the thorny issue of helping the unbanked. There is a lot of noise about this difficult issue so today the boys talk to two active proponents in this field – from Paxful and AirTM.
When travelling in shark infested waters, bring a shark friendly friend.
The board game Crypto Millionaire was originally conceived back in Feb 2018 by game creator, Jason Burwood, and is now ready to go into production.
The startup showcases blockchain’s most exciting live products and rewards players’ attention in Bitcoin.
The invention of the blockchain has already opened up new possibilities to the way we can record data, not in the least powering the cryptocurrency revolution. With the popularity of blockchain applications like Bitcoin, however, come new challenges. As more people use it, blockchains will have to become more efficient, more secure, and more adaptable. That’s where artificial intelligence comes in.
Steve and Yuri talk in advance of the Globalcoin from Facebook. Are they aiming to become the next Wechat – with their stablecoin? They already have a huge use base. But as Steve remembers – WhatsApp was going to tiral cryptocurrency in India – last year- but of course last month India banned cryptocurrency.
Today’s episode of Women in Blockchain features Ria Mrinalini Bhutoria the Lead Analyst at Circle Research and Bea O’Carroll the Head of Institutional Sales and relationship management at Circle’s OTC trading desk.
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.
Rhian Lewis is one of the founding members of the London Women in Bitcoin meetup,…