In the first of four CoinGeek Conversations special episodes, Sarah Higgs revisit some of our favorite conversations from the last season, on the subject of Bitcoin SV’s relationship with the global economy.
Speaking on this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Pacer Ventures co-founder Gbemi Akande says there’s a growing population of young technical talent in Africa which makes the continent “a good place to explore what blockchain can do in solving societal problems and business problems.”
Soundoshi allows the creation of music NFTs so the consumer will own the music they buy—as opposed to simply being given access to it in return for a subscription.
Instead of making money from harvesting user data and selling it on to third parties, as so many leading technology companies do currently, NOBL will use a micropayment system.
Kumaraguru Ramanujam’s application, MoneySwipe, aims to bring down fees for sending money abroad from the current global average of 7% to just 1.5%.
Lou Yu, head of KuCoin Labs, believes that the metaverse will be the place to be for the next generation of entrepreneurial internet users.
GameFi is a one stop hub where users can enjoy the ecosystem in more ways than one—as a gamer, an investor or an NFT trader, chairman Ajaypal Pama tells CoinGeek Conversations.
On this episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Ayre Ventures Managing Director Paul Rajchgod talks about companies under Ayre Ventures that are making waves in the Bitcoin space.
Many would have you believe that Bitcoin and the environment don’t mix. But that simply isn’t the case according to Daniel Keane, co-founder and managing director of Predict Ecology.
Dr. Catherine Lephoto, executive sales director at VX Technologies, is on a mission to help transform the health and education sector in African countries using blockchain technology.
The Gate2Chain co-founder and COO found that with blockchain, he could program devices to behave in certain ways dependent on real-time information, while also certifying the accuracy of data.