Intelligent Investing In the Blockchain Space with Tomer FedermanHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 25 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Tomer Federman, CEO and founder of Federman Capital.Tomer Federman
Effectively Marketing Blockchain Technology with Erica BlairHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 24 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Erica Blair, founder of Blockchain Branding.Erica Blair
The Live Stream Hack with Peter Yang formerly of TwitchHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 23 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Peter Yang, former Product Manager at Twitch.Peter Yang
The Cannabis Conference Hack with Alex RogersHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 22 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Alex Rogers, CEO of ICBC the International Cannabis Business Conference.
In this episode Trent Lapinski and Alex Rogers discuss the cannabis industry, legalization, regulations, and what is happening internationally around the World as cannabis moves out of prohibition.“Our tech stuff is still considered fairly pedestrian in our industry, but that’s what makes it so exciting of an opportunity.”“We see a lot of tech guys, and business guys coming into the cannabis space and they’ve seen it before, they know what is going on. It is just a simple analogy.”“You see a lot of marriages between tech and business in the cannabis space that are creating some amazing breakthroughs and developments.” — Alex Rogers
Hacking The Tokenization of Assets with Danny An of TrustTokenHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 21 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Danny An, CEO and Co-Founder of TrustToken.
In this episode Trent Lapinski and Danny An discuss tokenized assets, stable coins, True USD, and cryptocurrency.“Compliance is definitely a top priority for us.”“True USD is meant to be as regulatory compliant as possible. We recently published a stable coin code of ethics, where we said, ‘hey, here is some of the things we learned about creating a stable coin, and some of the past lessons we learned historically.’”“We’re never actually going to prevent redemptions, because we think a stable coin is only good as its ability to redeem the underlying US dollars. We said we would never influence the price of a stable coin purposely by offering discounts. We will continue to be as regulatory compliant as possible and sustain the stable coin so it is not knocked down by miscompliance.”— Danny An
Hacking The Cannabis Industry via Blockchain with Sumit MehtaHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 20 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Sumit Mehta, CEO and founder of Mazakali, a Cannabis Investment Banking Platform.
In this episode Trent Lapinskiand Sumit Mehta discuss the emerging cannabis industry, the science behind cannabis’s medicinal benefits, and Sumit’s new blockchain based cannabis investment platform.“If we looked back at 1935, and if we were having this conversation then, we might find it fairly ludicrous if someone suggested that we elect a governmental body into power that would put us in cages for having a relationship with a plant.”“When we begin to move into a World where we see all of the benefits around our lives, around our communities, around our animals, around our plants, and around our planet that this plant is going to be able to provide I am very excited and very optimistic to be a part of that future; because it is coming, and it is coming quicker then most of us are likely prepared for.” —Sumit Mehta
Hacking Education For The Future with Erik P.M. VermeulenHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 19 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Erik P.M. Vermeulen, Professor, Executive, and innovator.Today’s show would not be possible without Digital Ocean. Learn more at do.co/hackernoon.Erik P.M. Vermeulen
Hacking The Job Market via Lambda School with Austen AllredHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 18 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Austen Allred, the CEO and founder of Lambda School.Today’s show would not be possible without Digital Ocean. Get started on DigitalOcean for free with a free $100 credit at do.co/hackernoon.Austen Allred
Hacking The Self with Nick JankelHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 17 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with serial entrepreneur and author Nick Seneca Jankel.Nick Seneca Jankel
Building A Movement Through Emerging Tech with Enigma's Tor BairHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 16 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Tor Bair from Enigma.Tor Bair
Emerging Technologies with Venture Capitalist Julian MoncadaHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 15 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Venture Capitalist Julian Moncada.Julian Moncada
Blockchain and Future Tech from the Crow's Nest with Daniel JefferiesHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 14 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Science Fiction author, and futurist Daniel Jeffries.Daniel Jeffries
The VC Approach In Today's Tech Markets with Steve SchlafmanHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 13: An interview with venture capitalist Steve Schlafman from Primary Ventures.Steve Schlafman
University of Boulder Live Edition: Linh & David Smooke Speak at Disruptive Entrepreneurship ClassHacker Noon Podcast add
Hacker Noon CEO David Smooke & COO Linh Dao Smooke recently spoke at University of Colorado Boulder's Disruptive Entrepreneurship class taught by Professor & Hacker Noon contributing writer Nathan Schneider. Learn more about Hacker Noon's equity crowdfunding campaign.
"On the internet right now, there is a massive battle going on between centralization and decentralization." - David
"It's what drives us everyday: we know that people want to read more, write more and that people rally behind us when we are threatened by an external source." - Linh
"Know that the obstacles are only a day, and tomorrow will be a new day and that obstacle won't be as bad, or maybe it'll be worse and day after will be better." -David
"It's the community that decides what we're gonna' look like - therefore we think it's the best reflection of the internet." -Linh
"We're people that built a company out of iteration, and we did not intend to make one of the most popular tech blogs." - David
"How can we reflect the internet? The merits should be the story and the story itself." - Linh
Learn more about Hacker Noon's equity crowdfunding campaign.
Building an Effective Crypto Product with Miles Paschini from B21Hacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 12: An interview with entrepreneur Miles Paschini from B21.Miles Paschini
The Elusive Black Swan with David KadavyHacker Noon Podcast addEpisode 11: An interview with creative entrepreneur, best selling author, and podcaster David Kadavy.David Kadavy
Health Hacks with Casey Fenton of UpStock and CouchSurfingHacker Noon Podcast add
Episode 10: Part 2 of an interview with Casey Fenton, CEO and Founder of UpStock (http://upstock.io), and Co-Founder of CouchSurfing (http://couchsurfing.org). Listen to Episode 9 for part 1 of this interview on Ego Hacking.
In this episode Trent and Casey discuss health hacks, how to live longer, and how to improve your overall health with simple tips and tricks.
"If you can get someone in your life who loves you, to help you hack yourself… to get you to think 'I care about my health, I care about my health, I want to live a healthy way for a long time.' Get someone to help you get that kernel, that little nugget that is health hacking, and that will grow."
"You will start to see all little things in your environment, all over the place, that corroborate and bolster of this identity that 'I care about my health, and I love myself,' and all that good stuff."- Casey Fenton
Hacking The Ego with Casey Fenton of UpStock and CouchSurfingHacker Noon Podcast add
Episode 9: In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Casey Fenton, CEO and Founder of UpStock (http://upstock.io), and Co-Founder of CouchSurfing (http://couchsurfing.org), who is working on a new book on ego hacking.
In this episode Trent and Casey discuss some of the techniques Casey has been researching and presenting that are going to be included in his new book which he's still working on.
"It is so important to think about how we become our identity. We have to be very careful with how we are programmed. What is in our identity? What does that cause? We automatically find more of it, whatever it is. A lot of the time the authentic self is intuitively what I feel in my heart and soul, but maybe that authentic self was programmed by society, maybe that was no programmed by you. Maybe that authentic self means self author."
"It is interesting, is the ego, is the identity, are the things inside me, are they self authored? Or are they authored by others? We want to rationalize who we are, we want to feel good. We want to say, 'oh well I made all that stuff,' but did we?" -Casey Fenton
Check out part two of this interview: Health Hacks with Casey Fenton
Ending The Crypto Winter with Garry Tan and Brett Gibson of Initialized CapitalHacker Noon Podcast add
Episode 8: In this episode we sit down with Garry Tan and Brett Gibson of Initialized Capital and discuss emerging technologies such as cryptocurrency, blockchain, and what sets them apart from other venture capital firms.
"People are conditioned for 200 milliseconds at this point. Even waiting 5-seconds for a little spinner is not going to cut it."- Garry Tan
"Privacy is going to be a big deal for the blockchain and crypto technologies." - Brett Gibson
"It really is about those users, and what's their experience. We want to help other fellow hackers who are builders." - Garry Tan
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Crypto Unchained with Ralph LiuHacker Noon Podcast add
Episode 7: An interview with Ralph Liu, CEO and Founder of MuleChain.com. In this episode we discuss blockchain, supply chain management, logistics, and the delivery industry.