Malo Girod de l’Ain came to art in a roundabout way. A Parisian through and through, his aunt, Hélène Girod de l’Ain, was a famous artist and his parents’ home still hosts a number of delightful paintings. He enjoyed art as a hobby but loved innovation and technology. As a result he attended a science college studying engineering. Science courses were not focused but rather covered all fields. This gifted Malo with the ability to learn on the fly.
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.
EuropeChain, the EU-trusted, enterprise-grade blockchain, has been awarded the Adoption Ambassador award at the second Malta AI and Blockchain Summit.
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.
It’s all about Malta today again. Steve Good was also at the Malta AI and Blockchain Summit and managed to get an interview with Roger Ver. This is an interesting interview where Steve turned the tables on Roger and rather than asking him questions, Steve asked Roger what he wanted to ask… watch here…
Last week I was invited by conference organiser Eman Pulis to attend as a VIP guest and awards judge at the 2nd Malta AI and Blockchain Summit. With the help of my sponsor monart.art and CEO Malo Girod de lÁin – I said yes very happily.
This week at the second Malta AI and Blockchain Summit, Blockleader Co founder Jillian Godsil has been invited to attend the event and also be a judge at the Malta Awards this week which will be presented at a Gala Dinner on Thursday evening.