In this episode we talk with Thibault Serlet of the Startup Societies Foundation. We discuss modern and historical examples, as well as what works and what doesn't.
ICHA Foundation website: http://www.ichafoundation.com
In Episode 17 of the FCP we interview Christian Saucier and Matt McKibbin of Ubitquity. Ubitquity is a start-up that seeks to place property titles on the blockchain. What are the advantages of placing property titles on the blockchain? How about transparency, traceability, and tracking. Transferring titles on the blockchain seeks to make property transactions much cheaper, easier, and transparent. The current method of tracking property titles is largely unchanged since the days of the Roman empire, Ubitquity seeks to bring this process into the 21st century.
Today's episode is an Interview with Tiffany Madison, Chief Solutions Strategist for D10e. D10e is a conference covering many emerging disruptive technologies which are leading to greater decentralization. The main topics covered are Fintech, Distributive Tech, Blockchain Media, and Future of Work. If you want a chance to network with some of the smartest and most innovative people in the world then join Tiffany in San Francisco July 19th-20th for D10e. Listeners of the show use offer code Free Cities to get 30% off the price! Buy your ticket before April 1st and get an additional 50% off.
This episode of the FCP is one of the most light hearted and fun episodes yet. I talk with Stephanie Murphy about life in the Free State of New Hampshire. We talk about the liberty community in NH, her career transition from medical researcher to voice actor and some of the exciting audio projects she is working on. We also discuss the story behind the FCP intro and my own Audio Book "Pilot Error"