This week saw us interview great and passionate entrepreneurs within the blockchain space, sharing their journeys, interests and advice about business and decentralization.
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.
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.
This week we delved into the unifying virtues of blockchain technologies. We interviewed business leaders who shared their opinions and experiences in using new decentralized technologies within the international business community.
These were some of the headlines running in the mainstream media following the resurgence of the cryptocurrency markets. An article by Sebastian Sinclair in Coinbase picked out some choice commentary from the titles above down to ‘it is only an April Fool’s joke.’ How we wish they would start commenting sensibly on this sector. We don’t want mainstream media to shill the projects but we would like some rational commentary please.
Listen to Morgan Pierce – CMO of Seba bank – on her amazing journey through digital marketing, VC, and now blockchain.
Well here I have to declare my hand. I am distantly related to Anne Boleyn. The story goes that the Godsils are related to the Bullens in Cork, of which another branch of the family changed their name and moved to the UK calling themselves Boleyn. And she, of course, was the second wife of Henry 8th – the Tudor king with his six wives in total. She was beheaded with a sword rather an axe (actually treasonous women were supposed to be burnt to death but Henry commuted that sentence too). It only took a single stroke by a French swordsman and executioner brought in to do the job. Henry still had a sweet spot her Anne (not that I’d like that kind of sweet spot). She had a little neck she said when she heard. Before she died she called on the crowd to support their king and she asked for their prayers. She has been declared guilty of adultery also but she never admitted this charge – right until the end.
A step though the recent history of ICOs by Blockleader writer Fernando Sanchez … First,…