This week we talked to people in the blockchain space. From entrepreneurs to artists, we covered a spectrum of individuals that all believe in modern blockchain technologies.
This week took a focus towards entrepreneurs that embrace the modern ways of making business, using blockchain technologies to push businesses and individuals towards the ways of success.
This week we covered the malta AI and blockchain summit, along with interviewing entrepreneurs that are passionate about using blockchain as a way to further their business, whilst also making the world a better place.
This week saw great things and great people with a passion for bringing business, diversity and equality into a coherent mix, with the help of blockchain technologies.
Today’s episode features Firdosh Sheikh, co-founder & CEO if DRIFEFirdosh Sheikh is the co-founder/CEO of DRIFE, Nexgen Ride-hailing Platform. DRIFE is adecentralised Ride-hailing platform powered by EOS blockchain with the intent of empoweringboth the drivers and the riders without any existence of central entity.
This week Steve and Yuri talk to Moritz Beirling from Holochain. It’s a funny start to the Vlog where Yuri confesses that he has never slept with a director while working in Broadway. Not that he was ever asked, he adds. Not that he’s judging, he adds. Yeah, the lads are funny but soon they jump in at the deep end as Moritz explains that there is huge confusion over common terms such a framework, protocol and a platform. And then there is the quetion of white papers, or is that black papers or blue ones… It’s an interesting programme – watch it now
Travis Wright, along with Joel Comm, are the two men behind the Bad Crypto Podcast. A very popular podcast (the best according to Travis’s mum) the duo have done a huge amount to explain the cryptocurrency world, poking into the inards and coming up with interesting stories. And did we mention you can mine their BadCoin on your granny’s computer … listen up!
That old saying about youth being wasted on the young has never had more relevance than it does right now. Mandy Shemuvalula’s hectic race to take on the world’s youth highlights the main impediments to young people getting ahead in business – too many old farts blocking their way. You have been warned. If you are of an ageist bent then this article is not for you. (hint, check out if you are a youth or old fogie in paragraph three).
This week we interviewed blockchain advocates and business innovators about their views and ideas on the past, present and future of decentralized technologies; and their efforts to make the world a better place.