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Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically-integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team is able to create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows.

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Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically-integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team is able to create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows.

    PirateChain Interview w/ First Mate CryptoRich

    PirateChain Interview w/ First Mate CryptoRich

    On another episode of the DIVI crypto podcast, Steve is joined by the only crypto rich, the first mate on the first-class ship, and a good ship pirate chain representative.

    He was a former child protection social worker, and he spent a lot of time trading in developing work. CryptoRich learned a course that figures everything about money, ironically, not on how to invest it. Realizing how he didn’t know this stuff influenced his initiative in researching fractional reserve banking, gold, and silver, all the things that would be useful to know, but the school doesn’t teach.

    CryptoRich discovered and purchased some Bitcoins in 2013, but later took a deep dive into it. In April 2017, he posted content about what he learned from Bitcoins five to eight times a week on his channel. Some insights were brought from a content creator perspective, which sparks interest from other people in different social platforms.
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    Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically-integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team is able to create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows.

    • 24 min
    Finding A Community in Cryptocurrency and Blockchain With Jason Nelson

    Finding A Community in Cryptocurrency and Blockchain With Jason Nelson

    For today’s episode, Steve McGarry and his guest, Jason Nelson, exchanged thoughts about cryptocurrency and blockchain. They talked about the trends in the industry that can provide an opportunity for many who are not yet inclined to bitcoins and shared how they found a community within it.

    Jason Nelson was an IT support technician who fixes computers, installs or deletes malware, upgrades software, and the like. Simple as it may seem, but it served as an avenue for him to interact with people who directed him towards the cryptocurrency industry. It was in 2013 when he first heard of bitcoin through an article which he just ignored. In 2016, he saw a tweet that made him curious about bitcoins, and he got directed to people who belong in the industry.
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    Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team can create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows.

    • 17 min
    SOV Interview with Barak Ben Ezer

    SOV Interview with Barak Ben Ezer

    For today's episode, Divi interviews the CEO and co-founder of SFP Technologies, Barak Ben Ezer. The company is building SOV as the first blockchain primary currency in the new legal tender for the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

    Barak Ben Ezer studied computer science and economics in Colombia and New York, although he's originally from Israel. Later, he worked for Microsoft for a while and then started his own business, a remittance company.

    His remittance company built an app for remittances for migrant workers in the Middle East to send money, such as bitcoins to Southeast Asia. He mentioned that this was in 2013.

    As it went on, they continued the company but ditched the crypto element, specifically bitcoins, because it has many regular to irregular problems, such as connecting with the economy, banks, and existing payments rails. For example, a Filipino worker in Israel wants to send money to their kids but has to convert cash in their side.

    This conversion is problematic because crypto and banks don't match. They did some ways and even ended up selling the company. He realized that the crypto people want crypto to turn into money from a legal perspective. However, the global regular don't see it that way.

    They even explained that bitcoins and other virtual currencies act as currency but are not real currency or real money because only a sovereign entity can issue money as its circulating legal tender. This illustration is how global regulations work.

    Barak Ben Ezer and his team pitched or introduced the idea to the Marshall islands since they are a sovereign entity. He formed the team to go there and make it happen. He realized that he needs to have the right people, the credibility since he wants to go top class in everything.

    • 27 min
    How Can Blockchain Help With COVID

    How Can Blockchain Help With COVID

    For today’s episode, Steve McGarry talks about how the blockchain technology can help people during this COVID-19 pandemic. He identified aspects where this tool could combat the spread of the virus.

    Since everyone is forced to stay at home, people face problems concerning transporting goods. Material distributions such as personal protective equipment, foods, and medicines must be transported safely to hospitals—also, those disadvantaged need to receive reliefs so they can survive the crisis.

    Blockchain technology provides a secure way of distributing goods without violating any sort of user privacy data. It allows people to transparently transfer, receive and track data, and see if the necessities are delivered to respective recipients.

    With businesses adjusting to a work-from-home setup, the blockchain allows companies and individuals to collaborate. If companies can continue to operate efficiently amidst the pandemic, the economy will not shrink.

    The key highlight in which the blockchain is most beneficial is in the contact-tracing. It helps track the time, date, place where someone was, and if this person is in close contact with a COVID-19 positive. If so, individuals behind the blockchain can call or text other people exposed to the virus. It is not only a clear transparent ledger, but it also tracks people anonymously without overstepping the bounds of data privacy.

    A lot of charities and foundations want to extend their help to the impoverished. The blockchain can be of great use by tracing exactly where the donations came from, where they are routed, and to whom they are sent. It allows a transparent way of distributing grants to make sure that efforts are not put to waste.

    Even though companies or individuals are working behind the blockchain, it assures that medical data and personal data privacy are secured. Steve assures that there are no issues in data manipulation.
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    Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically-integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team is able to create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows.

    • 12 min
    Interview with Everipedia Vice President David Liebowitz

    Interview with Everipedia Vice President David Liebowitz

    In this episode of the DIVI Crypto Podcast, Steve talks with David Lebovitz, the vice president of business development at Everipedia, to share insights about the company's progress with the influence of his crypto origin story.

    Everipedia built the most accessible online encyclopedia. He remembered hearing about cryptocurrency for years, but never really seized on it. In 2017, the year after David joined, things got enthusiastic as they set unrealistic expectations: the next generation encyclopedia.

    Since David has been in space for almost 34 years, he understood which data and information are reliable as well as the rationale of terms. They aimed to bring world knowledge and information on-chain, like the blockchain version of Wikipedia.

    The website is user-generated. They have a wide variety of content, whatever the topic might be, such as science, sports, culture, etc. In 2019, they explored knowledge in different areas until they launched a prediction about marketing projects. In involved observation of the online community. Whereas, the reaction of the twitter users regarding the famous face swap trend.

    The team has progressed so much that it would be possible to convince world-class organizations--companies aiming to explore credited sides such as sports scores and the presidential election. There have been talks and regarding it, and it has been said to come out soon.

    From data backups and sort sources, David's team aspires to be the standard of knowledge on the blockchain in many approaches.


    People can expect additional features and project developments, such as:
    -Bridging information from trusted organizations and sources
    -Groundbreaking decentralized systems blockchains
    -Keeping track of when edits were made

    In addition to this, business establishments could learn something from it since it adds pages of what interests the users.
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    Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically-integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team is able to create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows.

    • 17 min
    Interview with Gunny CEO and Co-founder of HXRO

    Interview with Gunny CEO and Co-founder of HXRO

    Today, on DIVI Crypto podcast, Steve sits with Dan Gunsberg (Gunny), the CEO and Co-founder of HXRO, to talk about Moon Rekt. Moon Rekt is a game with a unique Miami vice-style design that is a platform for betting about the price changes in cryptocurrency per time. HXRO currently has a globally distributed team of up to twenty people and up to 200,000 registered users.

    Gunny’s Crypto Story

    Gunny started trading in 1994, even before the onset of electronic trading; he later became a proprietor trader when e-trading began. In 2013, while hiring a high yield index trader, Gunny had a conversation about bitcoins, and in 2014, he started looking at investing in crypto. After forgetting about it till 2015, he noticed the spike in cryptocurrency’s price and became more active in it.
    In 2017, Gunny decided to go into crypto trading full-time and noticed the lack of camaraderie and emotional elements in the crypto space. The need to do something about this observation was the origin of Moon Rekt. They built it in 2018 and launched it in 2019; since then, Moon Rekt has been Gunny’s full-time crypto endeavor.
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    Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically-integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team is able to create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows.

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