2020 Digital Money Forum
January 7, 2020, Las Vegas, USA
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Michael Terpin
Founder & CEO at Transform Group
Sean Barger
Managing Director at CPUcoin
Richard Dennis
CEO at Temtum
Duane Jacobsen
Management at Blocksafe Holdings Inc
Bobby Lee
Founder & CEO at Ballet

Michael Terpin is founder and CEO of Transform Group International, whose divisions include Transform PR, a global public relations firm that has served more than 200 clients in the blockchain field and helped launch 65 ICO’s, including Augur, Ethereum, Gnosis, Qtum and WAX; CoinAgenda, an event series for cryptocurrency investors, and Transform Strategies, the company’s advisory division. Transform Group is headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico, with offices in Santa Monica, Las Vegas, Silicon Valley, New York, Boston, Denver, Toronto, Paris, and Cape Town.Terpin holds an MFA from SUNY at Buffalo and dual BA in journalism and English from Syracuse University, where he serves on the board of advisors at the top-ranked Newhouse School. Terpin is also an investor and advisor to many blockchain, media and technology companies, including CommPro, GoCoin, Polymath, Purse.io, ShapeShift, Videocoin and WAX.

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With over 30 years of management, engineering and production experience in the software industry, Mr. Barger is the visionary behind Equilibrium's next-generation Automated Media Processing Solutions (AMPS) including the MediaRich Server, MediaRich ECM for SharePoint and the end-to-end EQ Network Enterprise Video product lines for managing and delivering content and audio/video at scale. Continuing to innovate, Mr. Barger has pioneered the new CPUcoin which creates the worlds first Content Generation Network and DServices platform for decentralizing Infrastructure-as-a-Service which is pay as you go with the CPUcoin Utility Token. As the original founder of Equilibrium Technologies, Inc. Mr. Barger pioneered the product development, global distribution, and strategic partnerships for the award-winning DeBabelizer and MediaRich Dynamic Media Processing Platform before selling his company in 2000. After leaving Equilibrium in 2001, Barger established an executive consultancy where he was responsible for the turnaround of a $120M Pan-European software distribution company and raised multiple rounds of financing for his clients. Prior to founding Equilibrium, Barger produced over 55 entertainment software titles including the legendary "Tetris" game, Capcom's "NFL Football," Bo Jackson's Baseball & Football and The Hanna-Barbara Series.

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Bobby Lee is the co-founder of BTCC (formerly BTCChina), the first bitcoin exchange in China and the leading bitcoin financial platform worldwide.Before BTCC, Mr. Lee was Vice President of Technology for Walmart's e-commerce business in China. Previously he was the CTO of SMG BesTV New Media, the largest IPTV operator in China with the most subscribers globally. He moved to Shanghai in 2007 and started off at EMC’s China Center of Excellence, as Director of Software Engineering, with responsibilities for Cloud Computing and Cloud Storage.Mr. Lee started his career in Silicon Valley as a software engineer at Yahoo!, and led the development of the earliest online communities. He graduated from Stanford University with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science, and was a member of the Mayfield Fellows Program. He earned an EMBA degree from CEIBS in China.Mr. Lee currently serves on the board of Bitcoin Foundation, a non-profit organization that fosters the adoption of bitcoin globally. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, photography, watching movies, and playing poker.

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Michael Terpin looks at the year to come — new exchange dynamics, IPO and expansion of tokenized securities. Then we’ll debut 5 of the best.

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I'm going to be talking a little bit about what I see for the coming year and perhaps the coming decade as it relates to the Token economy. and then we're going to see Four companies, actually five, I guess that we feel represents us some interesting aspects of what's what's ahead. So, How many people have now or have ever owned any type of digital asset wrote? Whether it's a cryptokitty or one penny worth of bitcoin? Okay, but half the crowd certainly better than we did this five

years ago and was maybe a tenth of a crowd. So Historically right now, we're at a point where what about 50 million people who have some form of digital digital asset in the world? That's about where we were in the internet in. 1995 today were four billion people who are on the internet. So we see the same type of a growth happening. Obviously, there's obstacles that we have to pass through hurdles roadblocks, just like they were with the internet. Like the only accept credit cards, go Broadband get video get audio. That's

we'll talk a little bit about this, so this week between 4 and 11, happy birthday. So so so she wrote the white paper in October of 2008 and then ended up doing the Genesis block and embed a little Easter egg message about the chancellor on birth of second, bailout of the banks. And of course here were 11 years in and Essentially, there may be some bombs flying in there in and around a wreck. So, it's going, you may notice one up about 15%, the last 72 hours, and it does react often

times to Visa political instability areas as a, as a safe haven. So Bitcoin was in the beginning but open source software is just that you can go and copy it. You can go and split it. And there's a lot of fear, uncertainty and doubt in August of 2017. When the first Fork happened and thought it was thought that maybe would kill Bitcoin, it would confuse people. And said, the price ended up going up dramatically where it reached almost $20,000 for Bitcoin. At the end of 2017,

Amir 25 months ago. We didn't crash down to the 3000. There's a site called bitcoin-obituaries, that's basically is all the people saying. Bitcoin's dead going back to 2011 until maybe a week or so ago. but basically, Andreas Antonopoulos, who is a very good speaker on the topic. I encourage you all to look them up on YouTube, how to talk a few weeks ago and he said he's not a Bitcoin fundamentalist with her. People think Bitcoin is the one true coin and everything else is garbage. He said this was a world. We're

going into a many tokens but one chain, meaning that in the future even more. So than today, you'll be able to go in for whatever you want. You'll be able to create whatever you want. The market will tell, what is successful that you'll be able to interoperate there are new tokens developing out there that are interoperable between Chainz polka dot Cosmos. They're also just obviously centralized exchanges decentralized exchanges. That's an awful lot that's going on is just begun where in roughly 1995 of what the internet was for the

future of token to the blockchain. So I'm going to talk about if you use cases that we've identified so far We may not know what the killer app is five years from now or ten years ago has been stored value. Time does Ridglea Bitcoin. Then stable coins were very big last couple years because they're stable and price on Brock Pierce. Will you heard of earlier, or who you heard speak earlier today? I was the creator of What became tether was really called real coin and that has spawned the number of different stablecoins that can be based on u.s. dollars. Can be based on different types of

assets. Can be based on gold Sovereign, cryptocurrencies, the Marshall Islands. Now, as a sovereign cryptocurrency DVI is in the process of doing this. This is game changing. This is where governments don't just say. We're regulating cryptocurrency, they're saying we are cryptocurrency. We're going to go and put our Central Bank on the blockchain on our block chain or we're going to have a stubborn ass up. This is going to be a game-changer in the next couple of years and then corporate digital assets. You heard of the start of the day about What some of the considerations are for Libra

and don't think that others aren't far behind on payments. Originally, that was sort of what? Bitcoin was all about the nine-page white paper says, you know, peer-to-peer cash and Bitcoin was started and, you know, people are all excited about using it to buy, alpaca socks and some other things, but Bitcoin is better as a store of value because of the massive scalability that would take to go in corrupted. But there a faster alternate has gas was an early one.

Ripple stellar, and you're going to hear from Tom Thumb in the free. One of the presentations here, all representing advancements, stablecoin started with other than you've got a number of other ones that are backed by the US dollar USBC impacts. Those also has a gold back token. Die has a theory am as a backing in their other. Propositions baby using real estate using all sorts of things to have a stable value. Sovereign cryptocurrencies. We addressed that will certainly be used for payments because the Sovereign Nations will

accept taxes and they'll become very much use like the regular dollars, except they're going to be harder to lose and steal and then corporate glasses. Certainly, that was the promise of Libras to take the two billion users of Facebook and WhatsApp ins, and the Instagram and be able to go in some small amounts of money. China. That's a big X Factor the day after the labor hearings where you know Maxine Waters and a lot of the other folks said, hey, we don't want you going and doing anything until we approve this. That and the

other thing you should be a bank in this and that. And a lot of people miss, one of the things that Zuckerberg his son, which is I'm an American citizen, I run a large American public company. I'm not going to do anything without your permission, but don't think the China is not going to go in copy and paste. We have, and have their own version of this in a year. I think it'd be quicker. And WeChat certainly has an awful lot of folks, and, and, and Ally pay a lot of other places so watch for China this year. And that is a way that if the US dollar becomes not the world

Reserve, standard China, and digital currencies, and what they're calling the digital R&B is going to be a big part of that that's happening right now. Enterprise Enterprise in the beginning has been. Well, let's go and take something. It's not the it's going, and it's not public because we're afraid and where we wanted you to have it. Be look more like, you know, Linux and field us all software licenses. That's kind of how the internet started with corporations when they have their own intranet more. Then I'll take a public internet and put a stack on top of it does

encrypted that's going to happen. Now in the future, we have current problems permission and BLTs near future private Stacks, being built on public blockchain IBM. Has already done that with, with Stellar in, in, in hybrid platform, with a private blockchain and the longer-term. I'm better privacy decentralisation and more of a bottom up for the user controls today. Then, of course, with the Privacy initiatives, like a gdpr and none of the other initiatives, new one in California. I'm they'll be very popular and sales for Speed sap. They started bottom up and still sold

Enterprise tools. I'm after creation, cryptokitties is probably the best-known wax is a, is a is a gaming skins platform that the disclosure advisor to that sort of the dawn of digital assets, digital Collectibles, you're going to see these be one of the first killer apps of why people think it's cool to do something. I'm watching. And will will will hear a little bit about that? From one of the presenting company is my dream and then longer-term digital Collectibles

will be growing. In my opinion as fast as social media, be part of the global culture. You know when you when you first went on a social network in the early 2000s if you did the one that many people on it wasn't that cool you know. Okay, I guess I'm on Friends, turn into a break. So this and that now it's like as many people on social media is wrong on the internet itself. Never use case is funding Equity funding and product funding Kickstarter vs. Venture capital and right now there's a lot of regulatory confusion over that and I

could do an entire presentation on it. Men if you see me speak know that I have certain opinions on that, but I just basically they say that in the recent past there was a very successful Ico bloom more than 12 billion dollars funded products not companies and then it must happen for a variety of reasons, including in my opinion, excessive they regulation. And then also too much money flowed in like it did in the.com and then flowed out when all of a sudden, it wasn't making money. That did not mean after the.com crash and in 2000 to 2001, you cannot find an internet company that would

laugh at you. That didn't stop Google and Facebook from going public and doing very well, just a few years later and then the whole unicorn, boom, which is bigger than the, than the the. Com Currently we've got venture capital and a little bit of security tokens funding for equity. In the near future, you're going to have regulatory Arbitrage. We're going to hear from her friends in the Bermuda and some other jurisdiction, new approaches here and new models. And it's up to the government's to figure out how to not Crush Innovation, and still protect investors and not judge everything

on 1930s and 1940s interpretations of wine Futures vs. Orange. Futures. Longer-term again returns decentralized assets and communities. So couple quotes here. This is a tribute to the Gandhi but I think somebody else I did but it's about all new technology starting with the automobile and going for it first thing or you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you and then you win. I suppose she said when he was like getting a lot of people questioning and he said if you don't believe me or don't get it I don't have time

to get into sorry if it's this Wednesday point was about 10 of the penny and a friend of mine shirt Oshie. I first met him when he was selling a Bitcoin t-shirts for about a tenth of a Bitcoin, a piece. 12 hours of the time and he said why hold on for the currency of the past when you can have the currency the future aren't you? Can live in the future. So this is how you get a hold of me. My Twitter we can retweet me and I'm at Michael Turpin. LinkedIn. Just say you saw me here all except you you know, all these other things. I'm

transformed group is my company did angels of the group that I started this in 15 cities. Now, Point agenda is a investor conference several times a year of the next one is in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, San Juan March 6th race and my friend Brock Pierce. And I will be doing several events that week for Puerto Rico blockchain week. Call. That's my presentation. I think I'm a little bit early on that and I will now bring out the companies to present some of the themes that I talked about starting with payments and tempting.

Steven. We're proud to be a digital money for. We believe we're the new standard in. Financial infrastructure with the most advanced native blockchain architecture, reshaping the Global Financial ecosystem. Our founder and CEO is a young man named Dennis Richard Dennis and he he launched this idea with his PhD thesis and program. It was a white paper and 6 years of work and research and now we have a live Maine that. So we are in the market, we are out there and doing the proving the claims that we make. We make big claims and we'll share those

with you as we go along. But the biggest one is we do a hundred and twenty thousand transactions. Per second has been validated, what we are launching right now here at CES is our is our web IOS and Android wallet With a built-in keyboard. So we believe is Michael does. And many in our industry that blockchain architecture will underpin the next Generation Financial technology. So, having mobile access to financial services, 24/7 rapid settlement and

major. Major cost reductions is is going to be Arlene. The problems that we've seen so far with blockchain are around speed scalability, security, and sustainability. I think most of you probably understand or have heard and read what those are. But when you talk about sustainability, for example, you talk of theirs comparisons with a Bitcoin blockchain being, you know, that equal two small countries and the speed being the 07 transactions per second assault against where where those problems and we have

successfully done that and again we our lives so I live mainnet, does 120,000 transactions per second and what that gives the user when he goes into Starbucks or some Small area way outside in the middle of Africa and a Caribbean Island. It gives him a 12 second block confirmation that's usable. That's a doable that's real. We can the scalability comes in the fact that we can do it as to the technology as low as a as a feature phone which is a flip phone so you can do this with SMS and

of course all of the bigger technology out there. But for the third world, a feature phone with a battery life of a week is something that works a mobile phone today can't plug in, does you're no use to them. So, and bit, you know, I'm coming up into this new, this new world, being Quantum resistant is imperative, and so that is built into our system using Quantum source of Randomness quantum, entanglement random sources of light and the nist randomness Beacon. That's pretty,

you know complicated but it's been also tested and proved so we have papers and documentation on that which all of this is found on a website. So we'd like you to visit there and sustainability. We talked a little bit about but our our Network can run on the average to u.s. people in the year. So there is really no expense to run the network. So what we have here and I just say it's a short presentation today, so I kind of wanted to just jump into it. This is going to just start running through the web application that you do and it'll show you

just how fast you can make up, make up, make a transaction. So right now we're sending 304, he's got a balance of 340 10, and John he sending to John 10:10 right now and he says here. Sometime here, sometime for you and he sends it until yep, and so if you start counting block time is 12 seconds, it's pretty fast. And as based on the architecture as more and more nose, have got 10,000 notes on the network, but it's more and more nodes. Join the network, we

will become infinitely faster. So here's the block. And there you go. Can play. So here we're doing it on. This is the mobile app. This is what we're we're introducing today. And you again, Richard are found her, he is going to send some time. Where this gets used. I think it's Americans or you do people in the first world. You don't really see where this gets used, but if you think about a large country where all the banks are within one square, mile of the city center and it's a hundred miles of cross-country. How did those people in those

those areas get to use and money and Banks, they don't? It has to be me paying directly to Michael. And so that, that's what we're doing it again. You see this very fast time, it's all on the Block, but really, that, that's the vision of this company is to do such. So we'll just, you know, and also we have this keyboard built-in Are we going? And so, that is that is our vision. This is our passion. You do banking. The unbanked is a term we hear but we see it. As one person

being able to go down the street or down the road and sell his corn, gets him and go down the block and buy meat to create a baseline economy for people who are living in a barter Society. They have nothing right to have a big barely have electricity. So to give them this opportunity, that's our passion, that's what we do and dumb that's tempting. So thank you very much. Rental over so I can ask any questions. But I was just am personally, very excited about this technology in the the fact that

you can literally take $120,000 transactions per second with allow a country. Like Nigeria to go in process, 50 million in a disability checks in about an hour. So thousand right price of Ripple, the 7000 so it's fast. Thank you so much. Thank you. Connect stop her from if you coin. Airbnb. Airbnb, right? We all heard of Airbnb. Well, if you don't know what building the sharing economy for CPU, GPU, power is and is the Airbnb for CPU and GPU power computing.

This is because we have only 5 minutes or so. I decided to fly a 3-minute video on your phone PC and tablet. What you don't see is the cloud infrastructure Behind these apps that makes them possible. That's technology. Running 24/7 in data centers around the globe, as seen massive growth Jamaica. You applications what its creators must purchase or lease this infrastructure, it has to be actively monitored and maintained, keep your apps working because nobody likes downtime. This means expensive contracts. With AWS Azure Oracle Dell Itachi and many others

to be safe companies, buy extra capacity. But most of the time it's not even needed a no-service Sit idle, did you know that are nearly 2 billion PCS mobile devices and service in the world. I'll pass it on at any moment. I'm so cheap. Send to them are just sleeping doing nothing until we call this wasted CPU power on this is the big opportunity. The creations of your favorite applications have to set up and pay for this infrastructure and fasciae convenience. They often turn to hosted service providers. This results in Cloud pricing shock. There is currently no pay-as-you-go option with

these providers, which makes them cost-prohibitive for most companies. Enter CPU coin, a new way to offset the costs of unused capacity or simply let you make money with your server PC. Or mobile device. We are developing a cutting-edge infrastructure-as-a-service offering which utilizes a new crypto-currency. CPU coin. We call this the contents generation Network, or cgn the CG and pulls together. Untappd Global CPU resources and restructures them into a bust. Computing Network, scalable reliable, and

available, worldwide 24/7. This Mucci GN can deliver decentralized server applications, which we call the services, for example, the initial D service, gold media, Jen as thousands of use, cases for dynamic content, preparation. It's easy to join the cgn with your own machines and make extra money. Or if you're a developer, you can create your own. Do you service launch date on our Network? And I blink. So I'm actually going to stop at there and just say that why we're doing this. Is that there's one trillion dollars a year. Spent on

it, infrastructure to support all the hosted services that we're all using with her mobile devices. And it's creating a very large a greenhouse footprint. There's about 30% of the time you heard infrastructure is not in use, we think there's a massive Network, they created. We are making that Network, effectively, we've made it so that you can launch a d service on our Network. And instead of having to manage or provision anything it auto scales on the back end. And the first one is a meeting agenda service which currently powers of

Warner Brothers and a bunch of other large beaded entertainment companies, which we license from equilibrium. We just announced the the license deal that we actually think that bridging technology from from puppies that have been around way before blockchain that are proven. And battle-tested is actually how you should launch something like this. That's what we did effectively, anybody can launch their, their application. On our Network. This is actually the architecture done by All the chief Architects. The last thing he did was netsuite and effectively what we're doing is making it so

that we can do all over a hundred thousand transaction per second on our main net launch. And we're the largest banks in the world just approved our security model effectively, we believe with our partnership with Kudos, which is going to have over a hundred thousand machines that anybody can actually deploy a d service and Addie Appleton auto scale on our Network. And effectively solve a lot of problems with the scalability and the costs associated with launching the apps, especially as a young early developer, the first decentralised app that we have

up on as a test on the test. That is something called me to Publishers actually drop box on steroids. It runs on the 400 beta machines that are currently available to us, which would cost us as a publisher over 9 million dollar to EUR to keep up instead were paying CPU coin to those providers. There's a lot of existing Enterprise customers, many of which will be testing the system from a partnership with equilibrium and the test that is live. You can go to CPU coin. IO and check it out. We now support, 70% of all species on the planet with Windows 7, Windows 8, 10 server,

2000 to 2012 and 2009 up to 2019. And there's all kinds of use cases with iot data collection, Dynamic Imaging mining in crypto mobile and gaming, Etc. Anybody who wants to deploy a decentralised app or decentralized server app when we launched, I mean that we'll be able to certify one internet work and you Deploy on it and it auto scales on the back end. There is no human intervention and there's no setting out, there's no scalability issues, adjust automatically deterministically, determines the right machine for the right job at the right time

in a fraction of a millisecond. That's basically a little bit about the sensor additional money. The coin actually, is listed were one of the few iOS that launched. Last year, we have very good token, Supply and management. See if you coin is trading with USD to KRW pairs, that probe it in Korea and or the number of about to be launched as well. And the last but not least, is that effectively, we're providing per coin 4.5 Euros of Lambda at a fraction of the cost. So, you get five times the throughput

of of an AWS Lambda pay-as-you-go whiskey-fueled going. We are a utility token. We have an incredible team, Brian Rice as our CTO. Just did a Robinhood competitor and DJ Jennings is the Chief. Architect was the prior Corps engineer at 3 was the 30th and play next week. That's it for me. any questions if you have any time questions, I think we're good. I'll ask a question, though. Where do you see? The enterprise economy and blockchain in about 3 years. Currently there's a lot of Enterprise

activity. I didn't get into one of our first POC is happening but there's a where the largest banks in the world came to us and said you're way ahead on computer on. We want to use your system to deploy a an analysis app that we use a custom 22 million dollars to run this app on AWS. We believe We Could wander for 2.2 million a year in CPU coin. That if you did the dirty little secret is that they all have their divisions. Now, they all are working on it. If you open up your Bank of America app right now, you

can see digital wallets is showing up in Bank of America. Everyone is is preparing for the battle of the century. Next top, lock safe. Everybody, my name is Dwayne Jacobson on the CEO and blocks safe and I'm also the co-founder of stream iot. That's what I want to talk about today and I got to talk too much about the company I want to share with you why blockchain and iot together is the perfect marriage. So just some some data, it's really interesting, Juniper 46 billion connected devices by 2021 actually

is triple what they estimated research by 2025 75 billion connected devices and these devices will integrate with each other which is a really important point. So what's this? Why we talkin about this? And why is blockchain so important? It's about security of those device. It's about reliability, doesn't do what they say it does. How do you really know? Is it a fennec? Is it a copy? Is it a hacked version of it? Do you have control over the information about you, your personal identifiable information, the ownership of that data that is being captured and the

privacy of your information, what's being tracked? And what's going on with that data? Is where blockchain comes in? So what's the role? What's the role, if you're in the iot space today? What's your role? You're either one of three things you either enabler urine engager or urine enhancer enabled us or are like 5G networks out. There gauges are the people that are creating that that service the device itself, the enhancers is what block Chase. We're adding that other layer of value to the system So that's how I roll. I'm going to run a quick

video here. This year more than 1 billion packages were delivered between Black Friday and Christmas. Approximately 70% of all homeowners. Received one of these packages over the holiday season. One in four of these homeowners will be a victim, a package theft. Introducing the iot lock by its here, Smart Lock technology. Powered by stream iot, the iot lock transforms, ordinary equipment, into smart, secure and connected devices, mailboxes safes, doors. And windows are

just a few of the possibilities with the iot lock. Here's how the iot lock works first, download the mobile app from the Google Play or Apple Store. Use the mobile app to scan the QR codes for the Gateway and iot Bach. Then use the mobile app to open or close a lock. All of the transactions are stored and tracked via the immutable stream iot blockchain platform. the iot lock by its here is just the latest example of a vendor partner leveraging stream iot Stream,

alt is a comprehensive iot Marketplace platform, offering a multitude of services, including B2B iot, monetization micropayments data, privacy and security from work. It's and process automation the stream. I o t Marketplace kids are an easy button, solution aimed at businesses, and organizations interested in harnessing, blockchain technology for their smart iot projects. Your data your device, your privacy stream iot, Okay. So quick overview of stream iot AR platform or B2B business? The business that was an example of one of the vendor Partners,

building a locking device using our stream iot platform. And what is stream iot really all about? It's about educating people that are in the iot space, that are either building devices or Services, distributed app that want to use a blockchain, that actually have a place to go to learn how to do this without having to understand the whole blockchain stack. That's what that's all about. And then went the wrong way. And then there's a Marketplace. We want to become the Amazon of iot. We want to have a place where you can buy those raspberry.

Pies, are those add Rino's? Or you can buy circuit board printers or you can buy kits that people develop that are building iot pieces and parts and you can put those together in the smart as she can monetize, your iot dreams in our Marketplace. And then you know, the economies that are going to come at us and worth. This is the digital money form. So this is a financial part of the of the conversation I want to have is that we can go after the establish iot market today, we can work with those dreamers that guys in the garage, those startups and help them. And I think a big thing is

owning your own data. I believe, in the future, you will own your own data and you'll be able to monetize your own data in an in a community way. You can aggregate that data amongst users at want to share that data and actually sell your own data. You buy the device, you create the event, you should own the data. Show me to leave one thing with you. Then I want you to think about Professor that I had up at MIT Sanjay. He said this, you really need to start thinking about the things went, went to think about, when things start to buy things, I think about when things start to buy

thing, it's not just the interaction. But when they actually buy things and this is coming where that device is actually talking to another device. And that device is actually making a purchase and then I think he can take it even a step further and think about this now that purchase has to transact to the normal transaction processes we have today. Why can't we put machine-learning against the to decide what credit card you should use to get the best point for the item you're buying from the best vendor and

have it just do it for you. I think that's coming but you need to make sure these devices when they talk to each other are authenticated between each other and I will leave it at that. Thank you. Thank you. Layton Greene. Thank you stream iot. How many? How many, how many vendors do you expect in the next? Say, three years. Right now. We have right now. Ten vendors were working with right now. I would believe that based on these numbers, I think in three years were, I mean, blockchain and iot the marriage, some of the Guard. I just

put a report out that they everybody that's in the eye of a blockchain. I think it's going to be a hundred times blockchain connection up here, I got a bunch of but I have cards and if you want to sign up for a OT platform thousand free tokens the right here. On the floor, grab them on the way. Thanks everybody. Like you. Will AirDrop there and finally last but certainly not least Allison win from my dream interactive and she's going to show you a Dora Boos.

Yeah, so I have some friends that I took to Vegas from Texas and so I have to give you the, the Texan joke, right? So I just came from my parents, Ranch, and right next door. They live to the pig farmer. So, the thing in Texas. Is that pigs? Get fat butt, hog. We were no pigs. Get fat, but Hogs, get slaughtered. So, how does this relate to my industry of Education, gaming and social media, right? So I'm in Silicon Valley, I've seen the rise of companies like Facebook. I'm a Google Insider. One of the things that we want to do

is really change education, but there are a lot of issues in education right now. The people in it. Can be compared to say, Hogs, and we're getting slaughtered people. Don't trust our education system anymore. They don't necessarily trust the gaming Industries, the social media companies were using a lot of the the the hooks, from the gambling machines to make video games. Addictive, how can we marry some of these Algorithms, these technologies that we have in

Silicon Valley to make, social media, and video games. So addictive and married that with education and also, with blockchain to make sure that it is not a corrupted system. So, I was invited here to talk about blockchain and I really do think blockchain has so many uses Beyond just, you know, the trading, the early use cases of Bitcoin as a store of value is cerium as a you know transactional way to buy and sell things on the internet. I think blockchain. And

hopefully our blockchain the jeweled blockchain will show that you know this is a way for colleges groups University's parents to buy credit for their kids students workers to try How to retrain them and to really educate them in a way that cannot be corrupted. So here you'll see the adorables platform. It's in beta right now. In iOS, we have about 10,000 beta users. I really welcome everybody to sign up as our beta users. So basically, we are in education platform, but it looks like a video game

because we want to train people kids kids of all ages told more important 21st century skills, as skilled as you'll see here are identify them. And, you know, there could be many more that I haven't listed that. Basically blockchain watching is one of the very first topics that we teach. It's a very important 21st century skills that high schools and many colleges don't Cheap. But this is the most important economic Foundation, really, for the Zoomer generation for the millennial generation.

You know, many of them are already on aetherium, that people don't exactly know how it work. We're also teaching other 21st century skills, like neural science, social emotional learning, Internet Security. But many of these things, they don't teach, you know, like if you get a college education unless you happen to be a computer science major and you focus on to get many of these things. You don't learn about if you go to high school or colleges in the United States. So we have this education platform where you can learn

21st century skills and hopefully you guys can like in the back, can you Loop the video so I can go through it? So it's a series of right now. We have like six mini games so you can learn about blockchain SEL Neuroscience. We also do pets prep, such as sat ACT prep soon-to-be elstat GRE, right. In our society, we need to have more people who have these 21st century skills. 33% of Americans have college education. That's a fact. The vast majority of people under the age of 35 are living in. That's a

fact. And the majority of that debt is coming from college loans, and many of them did not complete the colleges and if they have completed they are not learning the useful skills. How many people don't trust the education system? To be honest with you, it's broken the high school students. They laugh at the SAT the idea of going to college because, I mean, look at the College admission Scandal, you know, if that's the system, which parents are buying their, their kids way into called, as their, photoshopping, their progenies faces

on sale at swim team. So blotching I really do believe is one of the new internet technology that will make our information secure safe. Write and bring trust back into the education system and so I am demoing the adorable platform right now and so people can buy the courses with cash through iOS. And we're working through the Apple Store for like the blockchain as many as you know, it's a new emerging industry and apple is a little bit behind on that, but I really do think, the more consumer

applications we have like this that is solving the real needs of people around the world, right? Where we're making things that are safe trusted. And learning is something that we really need to focus on as a society. However, the system is broken right now and I do really believe that having, you know, a assistant like the Adorable Doos, which well, teach 21st century skills in a way that is safe and secure and well, really kind of bring truck back into the education system. So I'm really excited to be here.

Thank you. All sudden and don't go anywhere because we now have a tradition tradition. Robin this woman that we've been doing this. Now, for 5 years, she drags me all around the world. She had me Spinning Wheel Inn in Shanghai to like, you know, figure out what people knew about, what they do, the wheel of boxing. And now we're going to have this position where we go in. We take our presenters. Yes. And we then have there are don't go anywhere. There are microphones buried around the room to be able to go in

hitchhikes incredible Talent. We have a sound meter, we have microphones hidden in the room and we're going to ask you to wake up now and we're going to ask you to cast your vote, you heard for for great great, presentation about the future of blockchain. And we want to hear from you about which one, you think they're all great but which one you think will really sustain us and be here for her last The fat away. So we're going to practice, when I say 1, 2 3, You Scream 1

2 3. Okay. Okay, so the first presentation, the payment platform, Next Generation temp, them who like something. Okay. Next. Next one up is stream iot the platform with all the iot applications who prefers, stream iot. Oh, sorry. You were sending the wrong area then you're going to calibrate that. Okay. So Enterprise Airbnb for for CPU and GPU CPU, coin, education and gaming on the blockchain. Adorable is my dream. I think of my God, it's really, really close. Just do to

just do it and see if a Dora Boos. Okay will do it with them and the Dora boost. Why I think she's doing the unit sort of in the, the run-off elections in third, world countries, or is that what you're doing or no? That's okay, so this is, this is for we, we had we had the third and fourth place is laid out. So now for first place on the run off valve cuz it was very close. Who likes my dream Interactive. Phantom, I think we have a winner. Adorable adorable.

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