Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) were the darlings of the crypto world for much of 2017 and largely into 2018 before they fell from grace. Once hailed as an innovative and inclusive democratic method of crowdfunding before they crashed and burned in the Crypto Winter – optimistically so named since its season extended far beyond the normal tenure of three months..
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.
Alex Buelau is a thoughtful leader with endless energy whose love of blockchain and crypto led him on an adventure from Brazil to Oxford. Along the way he formed serial companies, spotting opportunities quickly. Now, he enjoys the crypto winter as things are getting done…
The tokenization pioneer and founder and host of Let’s Talk Bitcoin takes Blockleaders on an extraordinary journey through the past, present and future of blockchain, armed only with an insatiable curiosity and a mountain dulcimer…
Behavioural Economics, the power of music and the democratizing potential of blockchain are the driving forces behind the success of Rebecca Spour of Digitizing Assets
With the ICO/STO market stalled, how are blockchain startups finding their way to market? The Chief Business Officer and Co-Founder of bootstrap Romania based startup Coreto talks to Blockleaders about the challenges he faces building his project from the ground up, the perils of following crypto influencers and how he plans to bring trust back to the crypto space.
The fintech law specialist and partner at Lyon based law firm Yellaw spoke to Blockleaders about how regulators are grappling with blockchain in France, the future of ICOs/STOs and why the French will always protest.