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CryptoNewsAudio, a service of CryptoCurrencyWire (CCW), allows you to sit back and listen to market updates, interviews and company press releases. CryptoNewsAudio keeps you informed on publicly traded companies we’re watching. The audio clips provide snapshots of position, opportunity and momentum. CryptoNewsAudio is a Brand Awareness Distribution Solution from CryptoCurrencyWire.

The CryptoNewsAudio Podcast podcast@investorbrandnetwork.com

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CryptoNewsAudio, a service of CryptoCurrencyWire (CCW), allows you to sit back and listen to market updates, interviews and company press releases. CryptoNewsAudio keeps you informed on publicly traded companies we’re watching. The audio clips provide snapshots of position, opportunity and momentum. CryptoNewsAudio is a Brand Awareness Distribution Solution from CryptoCurrencyWire.

    IBN Announces CryptoNewsAudio Production Featuring Daniel Keller, Co-Founder of Flux

    IBN Announces CryptoNewsAudio Production Featuring Daniel Keller, Co-Founder of Flux

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Daniel Keller, Co-Founder of Flux, a decentralized Web3 cloud infrastructure comprised of user-operated, scalable and globally distributed computational nodes.
    To begin the interview, Keller discussed why he believes Flux is the best kept secret in the blockchain space.
    “Up to this point, blockchain has been mostly speculatory. People have come in with the premise of ‘number go up’, so the predominant amount of development dollars that came into the ecosystem was built around marketing, PR and creating this FOMO or frothiness that comes with blockchain. Flux wanted to be completely different from that,” Keller said. “We put no money into our marketing and PR for a very long time.”
    “We made a very concerted effort to not create undue and unnecessary attention around the product. We wanted to build the product out and have a fully functional ecosystem prior to engaging people in retail, business and enterprise. That’s a little bit different than what everyone else has done… That really comes down from our community and all the way up to the co-founders and across the board. To us, if we build a product and we create this frothiness around it when the product doesn’t function like it’s supposed to, they’ll come one time but then won’t return. We want to make sure people come in and see real-world solutions – a lot of them – so that blockchain can truly scale appropriately.”
    Keller next discussed how Flux compares to Amazon’s AWS service.
    “If you’re developing your infrastructure and deploying it on AWS, you’re not decentralized. Flux is different, because we offer the same products and services, but we’ve created a peer-to-peer model, with Flux acting as an intermediate between the two… With Flux, you have people who have compute resources and people who need compute resources, and we connect them peer-to-peer so they can basically create a virtual marketplace for compute. That breaks down the oligarchy of the Amazons and Googles who have price-controlled compute resources and stifled innovation under the guise of providing a higher level of service… Flux products are ran globally. They’re basically unfettered. You can’t censor them. That’s exactly where we need to be overall.”
    Join IBN’s Jonathan Keim and CrytoNewsAudio’s latest guest to learn more about the interesting things people are doing on Flux that they could never have done before.
    To hear the entire episode please visit: https://www.CryptoCurrencyWire.com/CryptoNewsAudio
     

    • 26 min
    • video
    IBN Announces CryptoNewsAudio Production Featuring Daniel Keller, Co-Founder of Flux [Video Edition]

    IBN Announces CryptoNewsAudio Production Featuring Daniel Keller, Co-Founder of Flux [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Daniel Keller, Co-Founder of Flux, a decentralized Web3 cloud infrastructure comprised of user-operated, scalable and globally distributed computational nodes.
    To begin the interview, Keller discussed why he believes Flux is the best kept secret in the blockchain space.
    “Up to this point, blockchain has been mostly speculatory. People have come in with the premise of ‘number go up’, so the predominant amount of development dollars that came into the ecosystem was built around marketing, PR and creating this FOMO or frothiness that comes with blockchain. Flux wanted to be completely different from that,” Keller said. “We put no money into our marketing and PR for a very long time.”
    “We made a very concerted effort to not create undue and unnecessary attention around the product. We wanted to build the product out and have a fully functional ecosystem prior to engaging people in retail, business and enterprise. That’s a little bit different than what everyone else has done… That really comes down from our community and all the way up to the co-founders and across the board. To us, if we build a product and we create this frothiness around it when the product doesn’t function like it’s supposed to, they’ll come one time but then won’t return. We want to make sure people come in and see real-world solutions – a lot of them – so that blockchain can truly scale appropriately.”
    Keller next discussed how Flux compares to Amazon’s AWS service.
    “If you’re developing your infrastructure and deploying it on AWS, you’re not decentralized. Flux is different, because we offer the same products and services, but we’ve created a peer-to-peer model, with Flux acting as an intermediate between the two… With Flux, you have people who have compute resources and people who need compute resources, and we connect them peer-to-peer so they can basically create a virtual marketplace for compute. That breaks down the oligarchy of the Amazons and Googles who have price-controlled compute resources and stifled innovation under the guise of providing a higher level of service… Flux products are ran globally. They’re basically unfettered. You can’t censor them. That’s exactly where we need to be overall.”
    Join IBN’s Jonathan Keim and CrytoNewsAudio’s latest guest to learn more about the interesting things people are doing on Flux that they could never have done before.
    To hear the entire episode please visit: https://www.CryptoCurrencyWire.com/CryptoNewsAudio

    • 26 min
    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Layne Lafrance, Co-Founder of Flow

    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Layne Lafrance, Co-Founder of Flow

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest production features Layne Lafrance, Co-Founder of Flow, a decentralized, public, layer-one blockchain designed for building Web3 experiences for mainstream users.
     
    To begin the interview, Lafrance discussed her background and path leading up to her role as the Co-Founder of Flow.
     
    “I was one of the co-founders of CryptoKitties in 2017. It was an incredible landmark moment for the Ethereum network – bringing it to a halt,” Lafrance stated. “Prior to endeavoring to build the future of consumer applications and web3, I spent some time working with a company called Heartisans in Hong Kong, building a blood pressure watch. Now, I get to spend my time thinking about how the world of web3 and technical innovation will elicit significant social, economic and technical change.”
     
    She then discussed a pivotal moment in her career and how it has impacted her journey in the web3 space.
     
    “The moment that I held closest to my heart, especially throughout the design and development of Flow, was one with Heartisans – completely unrelated to crypto,” she continued. “At that time, people were finding my personal phone number and calling me, begging me to release the blood pressure watch. They said, ‘I don’t care what it costs; please, just give us this product. It’s going to change my life.’ That became the new benchmark for what product/market fit looked like. If people aren’t calling you, begging you to get the product, then you don’t have product/market fit. That was a really important litmus test for me going forward, to be sure that what we were creating was going to deliver real benefits to real people.”
     
    “The core of why web3 is going to change the way we interact with the internet is most related to the notion of dynamic identity. With the existing internet, your identity, preferences and the data associated with all of that is held by companies that give you access to it only when it is useful to them. With web3, we totally flip that on its head… From a consumer lens, web3 makes sure that your identity is owned by you instead of a corporation. The Flow account model lets users store important data in their accounts and port it to any experience they want. It’s not determined by the application that set up the account or any agent they interact with throughout the process; it’s determined entirely by the user… This is so important to the next era of the internet, from both a security standpoint and a user experience standpoint.”

    • 42 min
    • video
    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Layne Lafrance, Co-Founder of Flow [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Layne Lafrance, Co-Founder of Flow [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest production features Layne Lafrance, Co-Founder of Flow, a decentralized, public, layer-one blockchain designed for building Web3 experiences for mainstream users. 
    To begin the interview, Lafrance discussed her background and path leading up to her role as the Co-Founder of Flow.
    “I was one of the co-founders of CryptoKitties in 2017. It was an incredible landmark moment for the Ethereum network – bringing it to a halt,” Lafrance stated. “Prior to endeavoring to build the future of consumer applications and web3, I spent some time working with a company called Heartisans in Hong Kong, building a blood pressure watch. Now, I get to spend my time thinking about how the world of web3 and technical innovation will elicit significant social, economic and technical change.”
    She then discussed a pivotal moment in her career and how it has impacted her journey in the web3 space.
    “The moment that I held closest to my heart, especially throughout the design and development of Flow, was one with Heartisans – completely unrelated to crypto,” she continued. “At that time, people were finding my personal phone number and calling me, begging me to release the blood pressure watch. They said, ‘I don’t care what it costs; please, just give us this product. It’s going to change my life.’ That became the new benchmark for what product/market fit looked like. If people aren’t calling you, begging you to get the product, then you don’t have product/market fit. That was a really important litmus test for me going forward, to be sure that what we were creating was going to deliver real benefits to real people.”
    “The core of why web3 is going to change the way we interact with the internet is most related to the notion of dynamic identity. With the existing internet, your identity, preferences and the data associated with all of that is held by companies that give you access to it only when it is useful to them. With web3, we totally flip that on its head… From a consumer lens, web3 makes sure that your identity is owned by you instead of a corporation. The Flow account model lets users store important data in their accounts and port it to any experience they want. It’s not determined by the application that set up the account or any agent they interact with throughout the process; it’s determined entirely by the user… This is so important to the next era of the internet, from both a security standpoint and a user experience standpoint.”

    • 42 min
    • video
    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Boustead Securities CEO Keith Moore and Upstream Co-Founder Mark Elenowitz [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Boustead Securities CEO Keith Moore and Upstream Co-Founder Mark Elenowitz [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Keith Moore, CEO of corporate finance firm Boustead Securities, and Mark Elenowitz, Co-Founder of blockchain-powered securities exchange and trading app Upstream. 
    To begin the interview, Elenowitz provided an introduction to Upstream and detailed some of the advantages it offers to retail traders. 
    “We are really excited about our relationship with Boustead,” Elenowitz stated. “Boustead has been so instrumental in small cap capital raising and capital formation that they were a perfect candidate to partner with Upstream. Upstream is the only national securities exchange in the world that is powered by the ethereum blockchain. We’re an affiliate member of the World Federation of Exchanges. There are 250 members around the world, including New York, Nasdaq, Tokyo, London and Hong Kong. We’re the smallest, but our affiliate membership enables us to adhere to the highest standards of investor disclosures and protections.” 
    “What’s unique about our marketplace is that we’re designed for the global audience to be able to come in and have access to issuers that trade on other primary markets around the world,” he continued. “As Americans, we take it for granted that it’s very easy to download an app and open an account. It’s very difficult for the rest of the world to place securities transactions and buy stock. We are a direct-to-consumer marketplace. Investors can connect directly to our exchange through an app with a credit card, cash, cryptocurrency or PayPal. There are no intermediaries or market makers, meaning that there is no ability to have market manipulations like layering or spoofing and, most importantly, there’s no ability to borrow or hypothecate, so there’s no ability to short sell.” 
     

    • 22 min
    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Boustead Securities CEO Keith Moore and Upstream Co-Founder Mark Elenowitz

    CryptoCurrencyWire Audio Production Featuring Boustead Securities CEO Keith Moore and Upstream Co-Founder Mark Elenowitz

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Keith Moore, CEO of corporate finance firm Boustead Securities, and Mark Elenowitz, Co-Founder of blockchain-powered securities exchange and trading app Upstream. 
    To begin the interview, Elenowitz provided an introduction to Upstream and detailed some of the advantages it offers to retail traders. 
    “We are really excited about our relationship with Boustead,” Elenowitz stated. “Boustead has been so instrumental in small cap capital raising and capital formation that they were a perfect candidate to partner with Upstream. Upstream is the only national securities exchange in the world that is powered by the ethereum blockchain. We’re an affiliate member of the World Federation of Exchanges. There are 250 members around the world, including New York, Nasdaq, Tokyo, London and Hong Kong. We’re the smallest, but our affiliate membership enables us to adhere to the highest standards of investor disclosures and protections.” 
    “What’s unique about our marketplace is that we’re designed for the global audience to be able to come in and have access to issuers that trade on other primary markets around the world,” he continued. “As Americans, we take it for granted that it’s very easy to download an app and open an account. It’s very difficult for the rest of the world to place securities transactions and buy stock. We are a direct-to-consumer marketplace. Investors can connect directly to our exchange through an app with a credit card, cash, cryptocurrency or PayPal. There are no intermediaries or market makers, meaning that there is no ability to have market manipulations like layering or spoofing and, most importantly, there’s no ability to borrow or hypothecate, so there’s no ability to short sell.” 
     

    • 22 min

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