Dec 12, 2018
“Allowing for self-governance of organizations. So for instance, the Japanese just gave control of regulating their exchanges to the consortium of exchanges. So they are allowing them to police themselves. And… I think allowing for institutional responsibility will strengthen the overall economy … if you have a consortium that is regulating the community, I think that is just a really powerful way to approach the, the whole crypto space.”
– Linda Goetze
In this compilation podcast, I talk to Sam Kazemian, Richard McBeath, Alexandra Levin Kramer, Linda Goetze, and Mark Roderick.
On Speaking of Crypto the main focus is usually on the people in the blockchain space who are making things happen, and the exciting projects that are on the leading edge.
Today in this this compilation podcast, there’s less of a focus on blockchain and more about other ideas, because I like to ask whoever I’m interviewing, Five Fun Questions.
This week’s Five Fun Questions range from ‘what’s your favourite food… to why are you here on the planet?’
So, why do I ask these questions?
Because I’m curious. Crypto frontrunners are some of the freest thinking people on the planet. They’re outside the box, leading-edge trailblazers.
I think they have a lot to offer. Maybe we can learn something from them.
So here are: Sam Kazemian, Richard McBeath, Alexandra Levin Kramer, Linda Goetze, and Mark Roderick.
Each of these five different podcast guests answered the same five questions.
Sam Kazemian, Co-founder + President
Richard McBeath, VP Marketing
Alexandra Levin Kramer, Co-founder + CEO
Linda Goetze, President
Blockchain Chamber of Commerce
Mark Roderick, Crowdfunding Attorney
Flaster Greenberg PC