Mar 17, 2018
Brittany Kaiser, Co-Founder, Bueno Capital and CryptoHQ
Interview starts at 16:20 and ends at 22:29
South By Southwest Links
“Wyoming Passes 5 Pro-Blockchain Laws” at Consensys - March 15, 2018
“Despite some glitches, VR cinema takes a leap forward at SXSW 2018” by Omar L. Gallaga at the Austin American-Statesman - March 15, 2018
“Wyoming’s Blockchain Bills: A Very Personal Labor of Love” by Caitlin Long - March 9, 2018
“U.S. State of Wyoming Defines Cryptocurrency ‘Utility Tokens’ As New Asset Class”rache by Rachel Wolfson at Forbes - March 13, 2018
Doc Searls website
“Could an Amazon Token Become a Viable Worldwide Cryptocurrency?” by Erik Kuebler at Bitcoin Magazine - March 9, 2018
SXSW has released streaming audio for the following sessions that I attended:
“The Future of Machine Learning: Worth the Hype?” - Jeff Chow of TripAdvisor, Finale Doshi-Velez of Harvard, Tom Foster of Inc Magazine and Chris Jones of iRobot Corporation
“Why Ethereum is Going to Change the World” - Joseph Lubin, founder of ConsenSys
“Primed for Amazon: Value & Cost of HQ2 for Cities” - Justin Bibb of Gallup, Kansas City Mayor Sylvester James Jr., Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane, and Asad Syrkett of Curbed.
“Why Blockchain Tech Equals 10X the Internet’s Value” - Jalak Jobanputra of Future/Perfect Ventures and Brittany Kaiser
“Blockchain Opportunities in Mobility and Logistics” - Chris Ballinger of Toyota Research Institute, Sweeni Ponoth of Bristlecone Inc., Rajat Rajbhandari of Texas A&M Transportation Institute, and Colleen Walsh of SAP
TKC 504 on March 30, 2018: Otis Chandler, co-founder and CEO of Goodreads
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