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Jean and Evan Medeiros team up to recap their action-packed week at NFT NYC, discussing their favorite projects such as Doodles, PROOF, Moonbirds, Coolmans, Cool Cats, Cyberbrokers etc. They share what they loved about the events and what was a bit of a letdown. If you haven’t been to NFT NYC, this is a great way to catch up on the past week’s even…
 
I recently started collecting generative art NFTs, and one of the collections that I fell in love with was Hōrō (meaning wandering in Japanese), from Lionel Radisson, known in the art world as makio135. In today’s show, I connect with Lionel to talk about his journey as an artist and how he got into NFTs. We speak about the challenges and also big …
 
(Disclaimer: This episode was originally recorded in July 2021.) Dr. Tiffany Vora is an educator, researcher, and entrepreneur who is the chair of medicine and digital biology at Singularity University. She does a huge amount of work in science communication, advising startup founders, and science writing. She studied molecular biology and chemistr…
 
Dr. Ethan Nadelmann is one of the foremost experts on drug policy in the US and the world. Originally from New York City, he received his BA, JD, and PhD from Harvard, then his master’s degree in international relations from the London School of Economics. After teaching politics and public affairs at Princeton University from 1987 to 1994, he went…
 
In this episode, Jean talks to Hanif Perry about his experience as a collector of generative art NFTs and member of various communities that formed around this movement. This is a great primer for those who are interested in NFTs and want to know what to look for and where when buying their first pieces. Links Hanif’s Twitter Jean’s article on gene…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Danny Greene, the general manager of the MeebitsDAO. We have a wide-ranging conversation about the significance of NFTs, the analogies that can be used to onboard new users into the NFT space, and of course, we also focused on Meebits in particular. I really like the MeebitsDAO initiative in favor of an open metaver…
 
In this episode, we speak to Robin Copernicus (real name Robin Kabir) from Metaverse Land Club. It was a real pleasure speaking with Robin, his passion for futuristic technologies and the ways that they can help human betterment really comes through in our conversation. Join us as we explore the many facets of the metaverse and how it will impact h…
 
In this episode, we have Igors Puntuss, CEO of Bulkestate, as our guest. Together with Igors, we discuss Bulkestate’s journey over the past five years, and the main things that investors should expect going forward. Bulkestate is one of my favorite platforms. Contrary to other players in the market, they have an understated approach and focus on de…
 
Professor Christakis is the Sterling Professor of Natural and Social Science at Yale University. His research is focused on understanding social networks through their biological and evolutionary determinants, which encompasses studying a broad range of topics from epidemiology and contagion to human behavior and psychology. Professor Christakis ha…
 
Lord Mervyn King is a professor of economics and law at the NYU Stern School of Business and the School of Law, and the former governor of the Bank of England. He served as Governor of the Bank of England and Chairman of its Monetary Policy Committee from 2003 to 2013. Lord King was knighted (GBE) in 2011, made a life peer in 2013, and appointed by…
 
Gregory Zuckerman is a nonfiction author and special writer at The Wall Street Journal. Before joining the Journal, Zuckerman was managing editor of Mergers and Acquisitions Reports, a trade publication of Investment Dealers’ Digest, and the New York Post as a media reporter. At the Journal, Zuckerman is an investigative reporter covering business …
 
We are glad to welcome Hearsay to our show. It’s a really special episode covering a quiet unspoken topic of law and NFTs. We started discussing uncertainties of crypto taxation and what is crypto from a legal standpoint. A big part of the discussion ahead was about the traditional art industry and legal backbone, as well as the concepts of authent…
 
In this episode, we welcome back Jalil from PunkScape for another round of NFT knowledge drops. Following our more introductory first episode with Jalil, in this episode, we continue evolving some of the topics we touched upon previously as well as introduce some other very important concepts and guidelines that all NFT investors or creators should…
 
In this episode, we welcome the founder of Kumo’s World, Kumo, who shares with us her journey and motivations for creating this collection of extremely cute characters, as well as the new features that are on the roadmap for the next few months. About Kumo’s World Kumo’s World is a fantastical place where you control the story. Go on adventures wit…
 
In this episode, we welcome Jalil Wahdatehagh, the founder and artist behind the PunkScape NFT project to guide us through the remarkable world of non-fungible tokens. How do we visualize value, what are and why digital identities are important, how NFTs can be used not only for visual art? These are just minor parts of the topics we discussed with…
 
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