Introduction of Panelists -- Blockchain Ideas Summit hosted at Oklahoma State University on 9/28/22

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On Wednesday, September 28, 2022, the Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise (ISFE) at Oklahoma State University hosted a Blockchain Ideas Summit in Stillwater, OK.

Here are links to posts containing videos from the Summit:

In this particular video, Dr. Steve Trost (Director of ISFE) introduces the panelists.

The panelists were:

  • John Tamny: author of The Money Confusion: How Illiteracy About Currencies and Inflation Sets the Stage for the Crypto Revolution and 5 other books.
  • George Gilder: author of Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy and Life After Capitalism and 22 other books.
  • Jonathan Button: digital assets portfolio manager; consultant to FIFA on FIFA+ Collect.
  • David Trost: cybersecurity engineer; founder of Compensara Open Money Protocol (COMP).
  • Mike Trisko: CEO of Phore Blockchain project.
  • Matt Starkey: co-founder of 3Speak and SPK Network.
  • Dr. Jesse Reich: co-founder and CEO of Splinterlands; former chemistry professor.
  • Dr. Brian Bishko: founder of; inventor of Podping for Podcasting 2.0.
  • arcange: founder and developer of HiveAuth.
  • Dan Hensley: co-founder of 3Speak and SPK Network.

The Summit involved presentations of four projects, followed by questions and comments on each project, by a panel of experts.

The projects presented at the Summit were:

(Unfortunately, the audio quality of our remote presenters is marginal, and a memory card failure resulted in the loss of the video and audio for the final two projects.)

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It was awesome to have such a submit and some of the big guns in the tech and Blockchain world. Hive is massively represented and I cannot wait for Dan and Brianoflondon to introduce themselves. This is going to be massive. Before now, I never knew v4v represents Value for value. It's going to be amazing to have to listen to everyone here. Can't wait to get this started.

I really appreciate every part of this but I was expecting to see the individuals in the videos presenting themselves only their voices I could hear lol.

Yes. I agree. Unfortunately, the University's videography team had conflicts that morning and could not actively film the Summit. We had to settle for a fixed camera angle.