Last Week on Blockleaders

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Democratisation was this week’s prevalent theme and the people we interviewed were nothing short of exceptional; striving for a better and more equal world for all of our planet’s population.

We started the week with the idea of democratizing music and giving back to the artists that work hard to move and entertain us, and by the end of the week we were covering how blockchain is being used against corruption and vote tampering. In between, we learned about how to solve the world’s liquidity problem and how game theory can be applied to blockchain in a bid to bring true ownership to the people.

Here are the incredible leaders we met this week:

Shane Kehoe: The Crypto King of House Music

Taking a musical leap into the blockchain pool, Ministry of Sound resident DJ and SVK Crypto co-founder Shane Kehoe, explained to us how his passion for music lead him towards blockchain technology.

Tatiana Moroz – Mistress of Dissent

Using blockchain to fight against the status quo, singer-songwriter and TatianaCoin founder Tatiana Moroz talked about the democratisation of music in a system that actually rewards the artists.

Arnaud Salomon: Rethinking Banking For 21st-Century Liquidity

Why are wealth division and inflation seen as normal? Mt Pelerin CEO Arnaud Salomon uses blockchain to solve the 21st century banking liquidity problem, democratizing liquidity, wealth and currencies.

John P. Conley: Blockchain, Game Theory, and Empowering Humans Above Machines

Applying Game theory to the blockchain, Geeq Chief Economist John P. Conley expanded into the notions of sharing and ownership that transcend governments and third parties.

Muhammad Ahsan: The evolution of Pakistani society through blockchain

Raging against the machine, Go4Blockchain founder and Cofounder at Blockchain Forum of Pakistan Muhammad Ahsan Khan, fights against corruption and vote tampering by democratizing banking and registries.