It has been an exciting road as cryptocurrency adoption has ebbed and flowed, and just as with the stock market, pundits have been chomping at the bit to predict what’s next. Many crypto enthusiasts have long been talking about what can propel the industry to the next level, and many believe that all it will take is new SEC regulatory guidance or a tech giant like Facebook or Amazon to announce their own cryptocurrency to do so. It is easy to doubt either would issue their own digital currency, but upon closer look it seems as if the writing is already on the wall.
Bruce Hughes spoke to BlockLeaders about what it means to be a cryptopreneur, how blockchain can bring transparency and confidence back to African society, and also about two very important issues: Freedom and faith.
Stephanie So spoke candidly to Blockleaders about using Economics to bestow a whole generation of studens with the necessary life skills to excel in life, and also about her innate desire to build a better future for the next generation through the power of blockchain technology.
Roanie recently spoke to BlockLeaders about her advocacy on behalf of rightsholders, copyright in Canada and the importance of innovation driven by purpose in the blockchain space.
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.
Peter Alfred-Adekeye speaks about his life as a born entrepreneur, the development of talent-pooling platform Pingsta, and fighting the giant: Cisco.
Aliza Rosenfelder on her secret for creating vibrant communities, personal motivation, and past roles that exposed her to the darker side of the world.
That old saying about youth being wasted on the young has never had more relevance…