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Wallets, Consumers & Mass Adoption

Tuesday, Jun 18, 2019, 7:00 PM

Cross Campus
800 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA

36 Members Attending

Cryptocurrency wallets are how many consumers will first interact with cryptocurrency and tokens. How will wallets drive mass adoption? What will move the needle for consumers? FEATURING: Robin Kakou, EOSLynx Katya Michaels, Community Advocate, MyEtherWallet Sneh Bhatt, CEO, Monarch Andy Anderson, Blockchain Development Strategist, Enjin Crypto Wen…

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One Dozen Rabbits 11

Blockchain Solutions Architect Greg Skerry

Greg Skerry is a blockchain solutions architect. He talks about trying to solve for a client’s pain points without introducing more…pain points. We dig into supply chain and the issues and risks that arise when the real world interacts with data on the blockchain. We talk about the different mindsets involved in permissioned vs. open chains, and how there is balance in the Force, uh, ecosystem. [...]  read more

Bitcoin was up, and we were down for a party

The Rabbit Hole teamed up with Blockchain Beach to host 350 people for a bitcoin pizza party on May 22, 2019. There were prizes, pizza, and fascinating guests. The party was sponsored by some great partners! Bitcoin was up, and everyone was down for a party.

Bandero is a premium tequila using the finest Blue Weber agave from high altitudes in Jalisco, Mexico. It’s radical in flavor and style, bringing new meaning to the phrase “Spirit of the Revolution.” [...]  read more

Robin Hauser on Bias – One Dozen Rabbits podcast

For two episodes in a row, we are not going to talk about blockchain at all! 

We talk with documentary filmmaker Robin Hauser, whose most recent film is called BIAS. We hear about implicit bias, also known as unconscious bias, and how it affects both men and women. We talk about bias in technology, and how technology, specifically VR, can help. Robin gives some insight on how to work around the biases we may not even know we have, and how women can educate men and recruit them as allies. She also asks the rhetorical question, why are we still talking about the gender gap?  [...]  read more

One Dozen Rabbits 8: BitSavage

We talked with BitSavage at the Global Hackathon in April 2019. He takes us deep into the rabbit hole, where non-fungible tokens – NFTs – are being bought and traded as collectibles. We do a lightning round on his new business model – already several weeks old! And Zayi gives us a quick explanation on the meaning of “non-fungible tokens.” [...]  read more

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Tickets include food and two drinks. Enjoy these fine beverages at the party:

Bandero is a premium tequila using the finest Blue Weber agave from high altitudes in Jalisco, Mexico. It’s radical in flavor and style, bringing new meaning to the phrase “Spirit of the Revolution.”

Bogart’s: a collection of award-winning spirits distilled in California, inspired by the legendary Humphrey Bogart. [...]  read more

One Dozen Rabbits #7

Blockchain attorney Morvareed Salehpour takes us into the rabbit hole on the Uniform Regulation of Virtual Currency Businesses Act. Why is this important? After all, crypto is borderless! That is true, but U.S. businesses have to comply with federal and state laws – which can be a patchwork of different regulations, sometimes without much guidance as to how they should be applied.  [...]  read more

One Dozen Rabbits #6

Pamela Norton

In this episode we talk more about the sharing economy, and the fractionalization of assets – instead of producing so many consumer products, we can reduce our carbon footprint and create a new economy. We touch on terrorism, and some of the insecurities inherent in our technology. Pamela advises investing in yourself and being guided by your passions and curiosity. She tells a story about a young man who invested in her company at a critical moment She praises the “curiously faithful” and the “decentralized man”, and advises on the importance of a close, trusted community of friends and advisers. She talks about the importance of supporting other women. And it all goes a little bit wrong at the end of the episode.

“I’ll tell you a story, and I’m not going to cry about it…”

Pamela Norton-Shelpuk is the Founder & CEO of Borsetta, an advanced technology company securing and protecting high value and mission-critical assets to defeat counterfeit and fraud.  Borsetta is a secure enterprise platform where businesses can title, authenticate, and securitize physical assets with unique, tamper-proof nano-ID’s. Businesses can provide accountability and transparency within their supply chain and protect their brand while consumers can validate that their purchased product is real and authentic. This “digital ledger” travels with each product from start to finish, providing a chronological, immutable history. Borsetta’s patented technology supports a new decentralized economy for tangible, non-tangible and non-fungible “one-of-a-kind” assets.Pamela is also a pioneer in the development and launching of early-stage disruptive technologies that create new and better services for consumers and businesses in the healthcare, telecommunications, transportation, fashion, and  e-commerce sectors .Pamela serves as an Advisory Board member for Global Women In Blockchain, Colorado Succeeds, Naya Life Foundation,  and a founding Activator for SheEO.

One Dozen Rabbits is a podcast of The Rabbit Hole, a woman-powered blockchain community. We are building the community we want to see for the success of all.

Producers: Ann Willmott & Zayi Reyes

To make this podcast, we turned to the best resource we know, vo2gogo, and got ramped up fast. Get the special Rabbit Hole price on Mastering Audio Podcasting parts 1 and 2, and you will also get two 30-minute private coaching sessions. Want to podcast like a pro? This is how.

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