Category: Interviews

Chicago-Area Medical Practice Begins Accepting Bitcoin: An Interview with Dr. Chadwick Prodromos

One of the most exciting things about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology is that it is applicable to many different professions and industries. Where there are payments to process or data to secure, blockchain technology can be extremely useful. Another exciting aspect is how it can empower the underbanked and unbanked populations of the world. Put simply, cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are for everyone. These aspects are most apparent when they …
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Billionaire Investor and Former ‘Shark’ Kevin Harrington Is Bringing Pitches to the Blockchain

There’s a lot that goes into preparing a pitch to an investor, whether it’s the ‘sharks’ on Shark Tank or the ‘dragons’ on Dragons’ Den. You have to worry about scheduling travel arrangements, hotel reservations, venue locations, meals, and of course, the actual pitch. But that’s outdated, inefficient, and burdensome. It’s time the entrepreneurial space evolved, and the only way to do that is with blockchain. I had the opportunity to sit …
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Talking Crypto, Advisory Boards, and ‘Blocknauts’ With Influencer Justin Wu

I had the opportunity to sit down with blockchain expert and entrepreneur Justin Wu. Wu is also a strategic advisor to some of the industry’s top ICOs, and explained the importance of putting together an advisory board and utilizing these advisors when entering the crypto space. If there’s one thing you need to know, it’s that most of these ventures are based on a promise to deliver. “A whitepaper, in its most …
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What Is the CBC Manual of Style?

Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology have become an increasingly common part of our daily lives and are enjoying an increase in media coverage. However, while it is encouraging to see a wider discussion on the merits and shortcomings of cryptocurrencies, it has also become apparent that there is some need for a more uniform style and naming convention among those who need to report on it. We cannot expect all media outlets to have as …
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