This week saw us focusing on people’s learning curve within the blockchain space, showing how those people expanded their visions and developed their careers around decentralized technologies.
Next week we will be furthering our exploration of concrete and real-life applications of blockchain tech.
The Melbourne based Doctor of Psychiatry turned crypto-broker tells Blockleaders about his fascinating journey from medicine to blockchain, life as an immigrant in Australia and his hopes for the future of digital money.
The DJ, hip hop producer and artist guides us through the emerging world of crypto art, dissects the entertainment value of Fake Satoshi and mulls what it means to be a meme-maker.
Next week we will be looking at different elements and current themes running in the blockchain space.
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.
The founder of Rouge Ventures talks to Blockleaders about the future of Bitcoin, what China has in store for 2019, and offers a unique insight into the thriving Asian crypto market.
Lyn Ulbricht talks to Blockleaders about her fight for clemency for her son, the failure of the US war on drugs, and her hopes for the future.
The CEO and co-founder of WORBLI shares his views on the future of cryptos, how…