A Human Blockchain Bridge Between Theory And Practice
Navroop Sahdev is a dynamic and positive force in blockchain technology. Possibly even more importantly, seeing our present unfolding into the future faster apparently than the speed of light, she’s effecting change also through emerging technology in its various manifestations, layered over a fundamental foundation of blockchain.
This first week of season two is a showstopper comprising of two episodes interviewing the trailblazers behind the Yellow Vest Movements (YVM) in both France and Australia. Roman Light, the visionary behind the French YVM reports on the motives behind the movement and the current volatile situation in France.
In a further twist, the CIR (OR RIC in France) would have a multitude of other functions including the ability to repeal existing laws and amendments to the constitution. Cryptocurrency and Blockchain were key topics in the interview with blockchain technology being the vital component in the intended decentralised, encrypted and secure voting application.
This week we interview Lucas Cullen, often referred to as ‘Brisbane’s Bitcoin Grandpa’. We could write a whole blog just on his achievements alone but it is safe to say that this would not tie in well with his humble and grounded approach to life.
It did take us three attempts to tie this man down to an actual interview, and it was a pleasure to finally chat with him about his life, observations, thoughts and predictions on the future of crypto and blockchain.
This week, in our interview with the dynamic and ground-breaking Nataliya Hearn of Cryptochicks, we learn about the myriad of ways that Nataliya and her committed female (and male) crew, are bringing blockchain technology and related technologies to the front for women all over the world from the US and Canada, where Cryptochicks first started, to Hackathons for women from Asia, Africa and beyond.
Tone Vays is a well-versed crypto trader and influencer with nearly 80,000 YouTube subscribers. A former Wall Street trader and vice president of JP Morgan Chase, he’s got some valid and varied experience behind him.
Tone tells us about having morphed through many career changes. He started out studying geology, then went on to being a teacher. After that he got a Masters in Financial Engineering and then ended up working on Wall Street building risk models. Tone went on to becoming a trader and then transitioned to being a public speaker. Now he works as a content creator with a highly successful YouTube podcast.
Naomi Brockwell, our guest this week, is like a crypto-chameleon, moving through life metamorphoses with amazing projects including: working as an actress, musician and dancer; co-founding The Soho Forum where there are monthly debates on topics of interest to libertarians; emceeing various international events including Consensus18 and travelling the world; creating Bitcoin Girl and other funky pop takes on the crypto world from Bitcoin Girl to Satoshi’s whitepaper; having her own extremely successful quirky techy YouTube channel where she chats with the geekiest to the slickest; humanitarian interviews and a heap of really interesting other stuff…
In the third instalment of our 3-part series on the Free Ross Campaign we chat with Roger Ver about Ross Ulbricht. This 3-part series is dedicated to Ross Ulbricht, the man behind the Silk Road e-commerce website who’s serving a double-life sentence plus 40 years for victimless crimes. In a surprising, mind-set-challenging and outspoken way, Roger Ver, founder of Bitcoin.com, libertarian and a loyal supporter of the Free Ross campaign, speaks up against the overwhelming power of the State.
We at the Crypto Clothesline urge you to head to freeross.org and sign the petition to free Ross Ulbricht. Check out all our interviews on the Crypto Clothesline Podcast HERE.
In the Second installment of our interview with Lyn Ulbricht we rally further momentum with the support of Roger Ver and reveal the physical effects the campaign is having on Lyn and her family. Our conversation deepens almost immediately when we ask about the emotional, financial, psychological and mental impact on her life. We also chat with Roger Ver on his thoughts behind the extreme sentencing but also his thoughts on the hypocrisy of the state.
Please sign and share the petition at www.freeross.org. Check out all our interviews on the Crypto Clothesline Podcast HERE.
This week we introduce Lyn Ulbricht, the dedicated mother of Ross Ulbricht. Lyn’s an Activist, a Public Speaker, the CEO of the Ross Ulbricht Defense Effort, and Guest lecturer University of Southern California. She also has an online business. We chat to Lyn about the site created by her son – ‘Silk Road’ once found on the dark web (and which is no longer online). We discuss the extreme sentencing Ross has been subjected to for creating the site and the harsh reality that Ross never committed any violent crimes, never harmed another person and simply created an ecommerce site. Lyn also explains the many irregularities in the case as well as the impact on her health, her family and most of all, her son.
We strongly urge you to head to FreeRoss.Org and sign the petition. Check out all our interviews on the Crypto Clothesline Podcast HERE.
This week we interview Jerry Farsoun the founder of Leelou, an app designed to keep our kids safe. Brace yourself as we travel through the conversation with some warm and fuzzies as well as some reality shocks around the story behind this incredible new application. As mothers we loved the idea of Leelou – a personal safety app which takes its users from a personal threat to personal safety anywhere, anytime in a GSM coverage area (GSM: Global System for Mobile communications – protocols used by digital cellular networks used by mobile devices).
Find out more: Leelou Website Check out all our interviews on the Crypto Clothesline Podcast HERE.