Bitcoin’s Got Talent (BGT) is the very first game show that revolves around Bitcoin and Bitcoin businesses. On each episode, individuals pitch their ideas and businesses to the main judges as well as one guest judge, and get business advice as well as critiqued before they are either approved to advance to the next round of the show or kicked off of the show.
INTRODUCING: Bitcoin's Got Talent
Coming to a screen near you January 2021
Developers, Entrepreneurs, Project Designers, Bitcoin Dreamers, WE WANT YOU!
— Bitcoin's Got Talent (@bitcointalent) December 11, 2020
Kurt begins the show by asking his guests how BGT got started, who had the idea for it, and the steps they took to get the show created.
According to Liu, “[One of the ideas behind BGT is that] we’re all in this together, we would all like to see Bitcoin grow faster, so this is a way to give people some feedback and some ideas to think about early on in their project, and maybe that helps them take a better path.”
River adds, “It’s also some limelight for the projects that are not well known. I think that was the reason I was so excited about it. To get people that aren’t recognized in the space and get their ideas out there and get them incentivized to build.”
Morehouse, Liu, and River went on to talk about the most memorable pitches they have seen on BGT before expanding into questions regarding other Bitcoin apps and services that the trio plays a role in, such as Streamanity, Relayx, and Dimely.
Morehouse also made a soon™ announcement before giving the audience more insight into the economics of the Numpty Coin, which was recently listed on the RelayX decentralized exchange (REX), as well as the utility you can expect NPC to have in the future and how it could set a precedent for Streamanity content creators.
To find out more about Bitcoin’s Got Talent, the economics behind the Streamanity of the future, Jack Liu’s plans for Dimely, as well as Isaac Morehouse’s soon™ announcement, you are going to want to head over to the CoinGeek YouTube channel to watch CoinGeek Weekly Livestream episode 8.
You can check out the previous episodes of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream on YouTube as well.
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