Tag: blockchain

Ronin the Collector

Reading Time: 9 minutes Ronin the Collector Ronin, real name unknown, looks twenty years younger than his actual age and is father to three small children. And that, being a father, is the one thing he knew he wanted to be from a very young age. As it happens, despite a more mundane day […]

NFTs – it’s not just about Digital Art

Reading Time: 3 minutes Carolin Wend, Co-founder of Mintbase.io NFTs are not just about art. Into this exploding field comes estalished player, Mintbase, with ambitions to rethink NFTs. Just as we get our heads around the concept of digital art NFTs then another cargo-load of applications arrives to really fry the brains. So let’s […]

Street Fighter Digitizes Collectible Trading Cards

Reading Time: 4 minutes For 34 years, Street Fighter has brought joy and competition to fans around the world. Since the first Street Fighter game debuted in arcades in 1987, Capcom has revolutionized how we interact with the Street Fighter characters by increasing their reach across many platforms, including various consoles and the big […]

Control your DNA

Reading Time: 4 minutes Daniel Uribe, Founder of GenoBank.io, living and based in Silicon, USA Daniel, who is of Mexican descent did his primary degrees in Mexico but studied in Stanford University where he met Condoleezza Rice as part of the executive programme, and he is also a graduate of Singularity University. Both experiences […]

Control your DNA with Genobank.io

Reading Time: 4 minutes Interview with Daniel Uribe, Founder of GenoBank.io, living and based in Silicon, USA Daniel, who is of Mexican descent did his primary degrees in Mexico but studied in Stanford University where he met Condoleezza Rice as part of the executive programme, and he is also a graduate of Singularity University. […]

DNA – how can you monetise the new gold?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Dr. David Koepsell has many degrees: in philosophy, law and science. He is also an author who has written extensively on data ownership, including biometrics and in particular on gene ownership. This last piece of scholarly research ended up being encapsulated in a book, Who Owns You? in 2009 whose […]