Passionate about technology, cryptocurrencies and creating supportive communities, my energy is focused on positive outcomes and continuous learning.
Since first learning about cryptocurrencies in 2013, I have dedicated hundreds of hours to the community, serving a term as vice-president of Blockchain Australia (2014-2015) and as co-organiser of the two oldest crypto meetups in Australia, Bitcoin Sydney and Blockchain Professionals, having organised over 150 events, mostly free and open to all with an curious mind.
Currently, I am a member of the National Blockchain Roadmap Steering Committee and Co-chair of the Cyber Security Working Group.
My personal mission is to make a difference, no matter what I do.
When I am not building communities, organising amazing events and making digital magic with the amazing team at Prismatik, you can find me at meetups, events and conferences championing for bitcoin and blockchain technology.
If you have questions or would like to chat about collaboration opportunities, get in touch. Otherwise, look around and enjoy the resources.
Conversations with some of the smart people working on building stuff using blockchain technology. There are many: developers, marketers, business developers, accountants, founders... Each episode tells someone story, in a chat about what they were doing before crypto, how did they first learn about it and what are the challenges for this nascent industry.SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESSUBSCRIBE ON SPOTIFYSUBSCRIBE ON googlerss FEED
Every time I am asked to speak about this new technology and what it represents, at some point I muse about the amazing opportunity we've been given: the opportunity to completely change how the internet works and to create new and fairer economic models.
In this page, you will find links to talks, books, documentaries, YouTube channels, research papers, as well as exchanges and wallets.
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