London Blockchain Week 2018 | Watch 10+ key video interviews

London Blockchain Week 2018 | Watch 10+ key video interviews

Charlie Barton 12 February 2018

Get predictions, insights and unusual perspectives from the leading figures in the world’s most explosive industry.

People from across the world gathered in London late January to discuss the future of blockchain and cryptocurrency. From multinational corporations to boundary pushing start-ups, the conference gave industries players a chance share diverse and exciting perspectives.

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Interviews

Lon Wong – Founder & president, NEM.io (XEM)

NEM.io says its the world’s first smart asset blockchain.
Currently the 11th biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation, we caught up with NEM’s President Lon Wong to hear his take on the cryptocurrency landscape, as well as a bit about NEM and its market position.


Bobby Lee – Co-founder & CEO, BTCC Exchange

The bitcoin dip & the future of cryptocurrency
Mr Lee chatted about the early 2018 bitcoin dip, the roller coaster of the market & what he sees might come in the future for all cryptocurrencies.


Jez San, CEO & Founder, FunFair (FUN)

How FunFair plans to work with online casinos.
Fun=Fair aims to tackle the problem of trust in online gaming, by building games that can’t cheat. We spoke to Jez San, founder and CEO of FunFair — the fastest growing Ethereum-based gaming platform.


Drew Harding – Product Strategy & Management at Pillar Project (PLR)

How the Pillar Project token wallet aims to protect privacy.
Pillar Project’s token wallet aims to decentralise your personal information so you can have more control over it and protect your privacy.


Yash Mody – Business Advisor, FintruX (FTX)

How FintruX works with and competes against traditional P2P lenders.
Crypto Finder sat down with Mr Modi at Blockchain Week 2018 in London to chat about how FintruX is taking on traditional P2P lenders using blockchain whilst also working with them.


Luke Patterson – Co-founder and president, Budbo (BUBO)

Building a blockchain based cannabis business within the law.
Budbo is a decentralized blockchain solution for cannabis. Here Luke Patterson tells us a bit more about what that means, and how he hopes to add transparency and security to the ever-growing cannabis industry.


Charles Kiborn – International Engagement, Bitcar (BITCAR)

BitCar is all about P2P ownership of exotic cars through blockchain.
BitCar hails from Australia and was founded by the founders of energy trading company Power Ledger. BitCar is the first platform in the world that allows you to own and P2P trade fractions of an exotic car using cryptocurrency.


Daniel Doll-Steinberg – Co-Founder, Virt-U (VRT) & Blockchainsmokers

The future of the real vs virtual world & VRT token.
Virt-U is the blockchain based economic platform for the virtual gaming world whilst Blockchain Smokers helps startups move to the blockchain. Mr Doll-Steinberg attended Blockchain Week 2018 in London where we chatted about the future of the virtual world, how it will impact the real world and how Virt-U plans to help.


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The Blockchain Week 2018 Hackathon

This year, Blockchain Week also ran a competition called the ‘Hackathon’. Given the enormous impact that is possible with blockchain technology, there’s a whole world of opportunity out there for innovative thinkers. The Hackathon invites people to form teams and put their skills to the test.

2017’s winners are currently exploring pilots of their winning project, working with the Central Bank of Papua New Guinea.

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