Apr 25, 2018
To close out season 1, we will be talking about the original and most popular blockchain use: currency.
Remember, the word "blockchain" came from Satoshi's orginal whitepaper on Bitcoin.
Can "digital money" disrupt state-backed currencies like the U.S. Dollar?
We look at the impact of cryptocurrency in developing...
Apr 18, 2018
We take a look at the dating industry: Nick tells us how he met his wife, his own experience with algorithms, and the science of compatibility.
Identity on the blockchain could lower dating fraud.
Decentralized personal information will enhance security for users.
New ways where blockchain can take this industry to...
Apr 11, 2018
On today's episode we'll be talking about the music: recorded music and concerts.
20 years ago, Napster and the MP3 crushed record labels and artist revenue.
With Spotify, the revenue model is finally recovering (slightly).
Still, iTunes, YouTube, Ticketmaster, and Live Nation control (monopolize?) the music and concert...
Apr 4, 2018
Currently, with centralized ad platforms, there is no way to verify data.
Advertisers really don’t know what they’re always paying for. Same goes for the publishers.
As the popular media has shown, users have very little control over their personal information.
Facebook Ads and Google AdWords are incredibly...