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All Things Asia, All Things Tech

Asia Tech Podcast Michael Waitze Media

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All Things Asia, All Things Tech

    EP 224 - Daniel Liebau - Chief Investment Officer - Modular Blockchain Fund - The Whole Crypto Space Is a Bit Over Financialized

    EP 224 - Daniel Liebau - Chief Investment Officer - Modular Blockchain Fund - The Whole Crypto Space Is a Bit Over Financialized

    The Asia Tech Podcast reached out to Daniel Liebau, the Chief Investment Officer at Modular Blockchain Fund.  The Modular Blockchain Fund was jointly developed by Modular Asset Management and asset class expert Lightbulb Capital. The Fund offers a long-only investment opportunity in liquid cryptocurrencies.

    Some of the topics Daniel covered:


    Doing research and analysis on foundations to pick the winners
    What makes a good smart contract foundation
    Sustainability of smart contract platforms leading to the adoption of Web3
    The issue of unethical behavior in the cryptocurrency industry
    Does the industry need to up the game with regard to risk management, operations, and general management?
    The importance of regulation and valuation frameworks for crypto market maturity

    This episode was produced by Isabelle Goh.

    • 39分
    Special Edition - Is This the On-Ramp to the Metaverse for the Masses? - Andy Tian, CEO Asia Innovations Group and Alvin Wang Graylin, China President at HTC

    Special Edition - Is This the On-Ramp to the Metaverse for the Masses? - Andy Tian, CEO Asia Innovations Group and Alvin Wang Graylin, China President at HTC

    We wanted to have a discussion about "The Metaverse for the Masses" and we could not have asked for two better guests.  

    Andy Tian, the CEO of Asia Innovations Group, and Alvin Wang Graylin, the China President at HTC,  have not only known each other since their days at MIT but are also long-time experts in this field.

    Some of the topics we covered:


    What is the metaverse and how would we define it?
    The necessity of technological on-ramps, awareness, and literacy
    Emerging market users and what they really want from the metaverse
    Asia Innovations Group's metaverse white paper
    Is blockchain technology necessary for the widespread use of the metaverse?
    Do we sometimes forget how immersive real-life already is?

    This episode was produced, directed, and hosted by UnderCover Media.

    • 49分
    EP 223 - Gabriel Lopez - co-Founder and CTO at MedHyve - We Were Eventually Able to Let the Platform Speak for Itself

    EP 223 - Gabriel Lopez - co-Founder and CTO at MedHyve - We Were Eventually Able to Let the Platform Speak for Itself

    The Asia Tech Podcast welcomed Gabriel Henry Lopez, a co-Founder, and the Chief Technology Officer at MedHyve. MedHyve is an online medical marketplace that connects healthcare buyers directly with the biggest brands and medical suppliers.

    Some of the topics that Gabriel discussed:


    Dropping out of a prestigious computer science program to build MedHyve
    Relentlessly convincing his parents that he simply had to do this
    How his co-Founder's previous experience in the healthcare field was helpful
    Getting comfortable with risk-taking and the inherent difficulties of entrepreneurship
    The impact of the pandemic on the growth of MedHyve
    Does his family really understand what he is doing and building?

    Other titles we considered for this episode:


    It Came to a Point Where I Had to Make a Choice
    I Was Running a Thesis 
    We Had to Hire More Older-Looking People
    It Was an Uphill Battle but We Were Able to Do It
    I’m Making Real Jobs!

    This episode was produced by Isabelle Goh.

    • 45分
    EP 222 - Lindsay Davis - co-Founder, FemTech Association of Asia - There Was This Whole World Out There to Explore

    EP 222 - Lindsay Davis - co-Founder, FemTech Association of Asia - There Was This Whole World Out There to Explore

    The Asia Tech Podcast was joined by Lindsay Davis, a co-founder of the FemTech Association of Asia, the gateway to the FemTech industry within Asia, driving advancement in available, accessible, and affordable healthcare for every woman at each stage of life, through knowledge, solutions, and funding.

    Some of the topics Lindsay discussed included:


    Going to Texas for university and finding herself
    Living in Europe and moving to Singapore
    Why she co-founded the FemTech Association of Asia
    Getting the market ready for funding more FemTech investment
    Thought leadership and understanding the changing needs of women
    Creating the opportunity to demand more in the FemTech space
    The economic importance and opportunity for women's health

    Other titles we considered for this episode:


    I Love Being a Part of a Team
    Finding Comfort With Discomfort
    I Wouldn’t Work on Something That I Thought Didn’t Have Infinite Potential
    We Invest in What We Relate To
    Women’s Health Is Not Just for Women

    This episode was produced by Isabelle Goh.

    • 33分
    EP 221 - Dr. Krystine Kua - co-Founder and Head at KSK City Labs - I Just Want to Be a Problem Solver

    EP 221 - Dr. Krystine Kua - co-Founder and Head at KSK City Labs - I Just Want to Be a Problem Solver

    The Asia Tech Podcast was joined by Dr. Krystine Kua, a co-Founder and the Head at KSK City Labs.  KSK City Labs aims to revolutionize the real estate industry by building technology that contributes to a better quality of life for the communities and cities in which it operates.

    Some of the topics that Krystine discussed:


    Studying medicine and working as a doctor
    Teamwork in the emergency room to teamwork in the boardroom
    Switching career paths and ultimately deciding to join the family real estate business
    Building technology to improve the lifestyle of tenants
    The role of eCommerce
    Optimizing for sustainability
    The fun and challenge of working in a dynamic family business
    Learning important leadership lessons from her father

    Other titles we considered for this episode:


    It’s Almost Easier to Disrupt Ourselves
    We Didn’t Just Want to Build It and Walk Away
    The App Can Host Their Lives

    This episode was produced by Isabelle Goh.

    • 32分
    EP 220 - Daan van Rossum - CEO of FlexOS and Dreamplex - Letting Work Come to the People

    EP 220 - Daan van Rossum - CEO of FlexOS and Dreamplex - Letting Work Come to the People

    The Asia Tech Podcast had an interesting conversation with Daan van Rossum, the CEO of FlexOS and Dreamplex.  

    Some of the topics Daan covered:


    Wanting to be an entrepreneur from an early age
    Leaving a good job in marketing strategy because he was not growing professionally
    The complexity of building businesses in Southeast Asia
    The entrepreneurial drive of Vietnam's younger generation
    The extent to which work and workplaces are evolving
    Dreamplex and FlexOS

    Other titles we considered for this episode:


    What Employees Want Need to Be Front and Center
    Building Workspaces Where People Live
    Now Anyone Can Work From Anywhere
    I’ve Somehow Made It to 7 Years in One City, One Country

    This episode was produced by Isabelle Goh.

    • 50分

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