2020 Digital Money Forum
January 7, 2020, Las Vegas, USA
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Stan Bharti
Founder and Executive Chairman at Forbes & Manhattan Group
Larry King
Talk show host at Larry King Live
Christa Steele
Owner at Christasteele.com

Stan Bharti is a recognized international businessman and entrepreneur with over thirty years of hands-on experience in the mining, oil and gas, technology and finance sectors.Founder and Executive Chairman of Forbes&Manhattan Inc, an international merchant bank and finance house focused on natural resources, infrastructure, energy and technology. Forbes is recognized around the world as a leader in discovering, financing and building projects through to completion.Stan has developed projects and financed them through both his private capital and public markets. Over the last ten years, he has invested and raised over US$10 billion. Stan is also a recognized financier in Canada and has listed over 50 companies on different stock markets including Toronto, London, Australia, South Africa and New York.Born in India, Stan holds a Master's in engineering from Moscow, Russia and a Master’s from the University of London. After graduating, he worked in Africa before joining a major international mining company, Falconbridge Ltd (now Glencore) where he became a senior executive. He eventually set up an international consulting firm specializing in mine development and turn around situations. In 1995, Mr. Bharti started Forbes&Manhattan Inc, initially in Toronto, Canada but eventually with offices in London, New York, Moscow and Los Angeles.

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Steele currently serves as a board director. Steele was a partner and board member of FIG Partners, a full-service boutique investment bank, until its sale in April 2019 to Janney Montgomery Scott. Prior, she spent two decades (1995-2015) in senior level positions within the financial services industry where she led the execution of strategic initiatives, streamlined operations, implemented technology, led digital transformation, underwrote, structured and managed retail and commercial credit functions, grew new markets and oversaw M&A activity. Most notable senior level positions include: President & Chief Executive Officer (MCHB – 2013-2015) of a company with $500 million in market capitalization that specialized in retail, commercial and wealth management products and services. As CEO, Steele led the improvement of core earnings 43% in a single calendar year, doubled the banks value in less than two years, and successfully led its sale for a premium in 2015. Prior, she served as Executive Vice President of Wholesale Banking (FMCB 2002-2013) where she was responsible for all aspects of portfolio management, growth, net income objectives, including strategic planning of Wholesale Banking activities, banking units, treasury management, Credit Analysis team, Small Bus and Gov’t Lending and an equipment leasing division.

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Blockchain evangelists see a world that stretches far beyond money. Guided by news veteran Larry King, we’ll explore energy and agriculture.

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Define here. You might see in the programming that we had Larry King speak. Sorry to tell you that Larry had an accident and isn't in here but we have an interesting, his son chance King, is he at to moderate the next panel discussion about how this technology blockchain technology can help to build out one trend of the time. So that's what, are you coming out and bossy and tries to steal as well. Take it away. Well, hello everybody. My name is Chance. King. I am here today, filling in for my dad, Larry King, the iconic broadcaster. So

he really wanted me to come here today to tell you all how sorry was he couldn't make it and how much he wish you could be here. And the reason me and my dad have got involved in this project is because we realize how serious and pressing the issue of climate changes. And that is what this panel is really cared about today. The health of our planets Forester burning, oceans are overflowing and people are dying. And this issue has gone on too long and it needs to be addressed. And we are going

to be talking about today and Avenue in a way in which it can be addressed in that is gear. Now a lot of Technologies here today can really change the way the world works. Here can save our world and today the man who will be moderating a panel and filling in. For my dad is the amazing and widely successful entrepreneur. Brock Brock Pierce. We're doing this together as a as a team wins title. Try to get that this going immediately knew it or not new internet. Let's start. Their why do we need a new internet? What's wrong? With the existing

one? We're at whoever wishes to start. New digital age that digital is taking us there whether we need it or not, right? I mean that's where we're at today and I think that it's a digital Melting Pot where everything is coming together. We have artificial intelligence. We have big data Predictive Analytics, the use of sensor technology blockchain machine learning. We must look at it as you know as one is when we look at our digital strategy versus just looking at things, stand alone, just blockchain stand alone or just say I Stand Alone. And governance probably

has some role in in all of this as well. And in a, where does where do these new technologies and governance? And how does that play a part in all of this? Well, that's really important that I serve on corporate boards. So I'm working in all of this Innovation, from a governance perspective, I survived public and private company boards. And so things like data, privacy. To access data management is Mission critical and making sure that we understand all of this, how it's going to be protected along the way. Yeah, so

how things should be regulated, and how things should operate and function, answer new internet in our things like immutability, right transparency. So how will this new internet? How will, you know, these two technologies in what industries are that are, is this likely to affect in, you know, in what way? What are the the positive impacts? You know that this new internet will have no call it for? Iran, businesses are as consumers. We live in a hyper transparent environment where everything is readily accessible. And I

don't think that there's any industry that it's not going to be impacted by this. I've evaluated different industry verticals for blockchain investment and I don't see an industry that that doesn't have potential to use it. Well, let's talk about, you know, I don't think climate change is in Industry per se, but clearly something that affects All of us, all of us. And not just all of us that are here today, but our children and our children's children. and,

It might be, we're just kind of taking a second day in a row. So my name was Forrest and party and I are on Merchants Bank on Forbes. In Manhattan, we've been in business for 30 years that we operate in 40 countries, around the world. We invested resources & Technologies in blockchain. And one of the most critical missions. I think of the next decade is going to be climate change and specifically reduction of greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases is nothing more than a ton of carbon dioxide. That's in the year

that causes warm temperature. It is only two ways to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and the other has football plant more trees and the third is for eat less beef. And it, let me give you some idea of the numbers. So I just to give you some background. 78% of greenhouse gases are emitted by the West which is Western Europe, North America, The Amazon single-handedly reasons 5% of the world's greenhouse gases 5% is the largest single independent ecosystem in the world. That sucks up so much of the carbon and gets us over to the okay. Here's the challenge.

A hundred years ago, the war was 1.5 billion people. Today, we're 7 and by 2050 will be 10 billion people never in the last ten thousand years of our civilization, have we seen such fast growth and so, part of the show greenhouse gases, we want to eat. Well, we want to have lots of meat to use plastic everyday. You know, I was just counting today. The bottles of plastic water just in there. One room, we drank but to be two hundred bottles, do you multiply that by 200000, ft of 200,000 rooms in in Las Vegas,

* 3 and 65 days. * 5000 cities. You can see the map. So what, so, how do we do that? Now the other key thing to mention here is the generation that will make the changes really made me conscious. I'm sure, bra conscious everybody else is what we called Generation Z. The Millennials with primary these people that were born from 1995 to 2013. Some of who cannot even vote for their passionate about climate change and we, as parents as sisters as brothers have got a deal with it. The best example, of course, you saw the move in about 3 months ago and all the major

cities in Canada and the US and Europe, everyone left school on Fridays and actually is Mandy schools. Closed this movement of a started by Swedish young lady called weather Thornburg. She's 16. And it took one. All of them are all over the world and the message from these people that cannot vote as yet we want to see if active change. So then a corporation like ours. That's, you know, we spent hundreds of millions billions of dollars around the world. How do we help? How do we help. So, we created a company called gear returns for green energy, and renewable, and is the First

World app that is being created. That would love each individual Generation. Z person to do two things. One is they can raise money through, crowdfunding not me. I have a fashion project. I need 5000 $10,000. You have a platform. The second thing is this. That will allow you to count your own carbon credits and losses. If you're if you're riding a bike he gets them credits. If you put in solar panels to get some credit if your boarding Visa if you're driving a Ferrari, you get a negative credit. So you keeping a truck for your own system. And the third thing is a platform worldwide

that will allow blockchain training of carbon credits. Is one of the blessing of block it has been. You cannot cheat because carbon credits really came into play in 2006 mmvii, but it's very opaque system, you know, you could say I got this Scar from the trading prices don't match government's trying to figure out how much do charge if you burn more than your allocated. You have a fact that you were in a hundred tons of carbon credits, you only got eighty what do you want for the other 20? So we've created the world's first Stock Exchange digital platform using blocking. First of all you

cannot lie about your carbon credits second you can trade them. Oh Polly. So to me this is one of the first and most important phases for June. Directions e with what you want to start. So it's it's a high-level approach to what we want to do with climate change. One of the things I love about the end of the conversation to being at, is being adhered as it's not just about, you know, call it dollars and sense, you know, not just in search of return on investments in a, but return on impact and so I live in Puerto Rico and food security

is the thing that keeps me up at night. over 90% of the food and Puerto Rico consume today is imported The Dominican Republic a neighboring island is a net exporter of food. And so food security keeps me up because there's only two to three weeks of food on the island. God forbid, another major hurricane hits or as today earthquakes. Something that disrupts the island and disrupts. The supply chains is a very, very serious concern of mine. There's only two to three weeks of food. I know these are

a couple of areas of focus for you and so I'd love to just see, you know, how is this new internet potentially going to affect someone like me a resident of Puerto Rico, you know, from an agricultural perspective in a logistical perspective. How can I sleep better at night male? Remember they had that the outbreak so that it was fiction definition of the chicken. They lost six billion dollars in market cap and a single day, Dad to shut down in different locations with Blockchain technology, they could have traced the chicken back to

the coop and prevented that outbreak and even if they would have had contamination in one specific location, they could have contained it. Stop one location and not had six billion market cap lost in the single day. So it was I looking for, by the way, I see in San Juan Puerto Rico style of Puerto Rico food, safety is a major issue. I serve on the largest lettuce producers United States on their board of directors and I was blown away. When I went in, I like to go out and kick the tires. If I'm going to work with a company and I asked to go take a tour and I went out and right

into the field, I ate a piece of celery, right? Out of the field. While it was being Pet Shop package stuck on 98 Ram to be shipped in the ice and stuck in cold storage and each section of an acre down to the section down to the Picker. Is time stamp dated censored controlled lettuce. For instance, you can trace it back to a specific section on that, acre at that time of day. It was picked the weather conditions. The picture that picked it. What type of box that went into what vehicle it was transported

in inside of the cold storage. Was a packet with the highest, what area of the cold storage in? Sims? How long it sits in the cold storage? All the way to when it gets on a truck to be transported to the distributor, the Distribution Center to, and then end of the retailer, eventually, Walmart is one of our largest customers and we have been feeding information into the Walmart blockchain for the last 10 years. We just think about blocked, it is a new term but in reality it's it's a process, right? I mean watching is called watching right now but it's been information for sometimes. Just

like artificial intelligence has been around since the fifties. It's not something new. It's just Evolutionized itself from a traceability from a quality control perspective, it solves a lot, so he can make sure that once it gets to your mouth if they free. Yes. Thank you for that grade answer. And also that chipotle reminder, I guess they need business owners or managers. That really puts it into perspective. The, you know, the direct benefits of being able to isolate your problem and

to contain that contaminate right. I want to say one more thing cuz a lot of people hear the word blockchain and don't go to a lot of conferences and I'll hear about it and you still walk out and go what is blockchain? I want you to simplify it. Just think about a think about manufacturing facility. Toyota putting together a car in the assembly line. Kharif assembly stage is a block Blockchain the end product is the digital asset is currency. A car piece of real estate. Can be whatever at that you're tracking along the way. Now I'll

think about it. If you put that into an Excel spreadsheet, Excel spreadsheet, you put it into the cloud and you let that information be available to your supply chain. That's what this has the power to do. So it eliminates redundancies. So your operating efficiencies Skyrocket and that's why we're seeing a huge adaptation down at large corporations with a really going to move the needle in force people under the supply to Walmart. Being one of them if I can add on food security again going back to the fact they're going from 7 billion to 10 billion people. I have to be in Qatar when if you

remember was it a year year-and-a-half ago when there was some political issues in Saudi Arabia and some of the other countries that block that are within 3 days of no food? Northwood in the store, they couldn't flight in the vet because the air routes were closed over. Saudi Arabia. It was real Panic. So, food security is a big issue as we go to 10 billion people, let me give you some example of a border, the largest exporter of Agricultural Product in the world, is Brazil by far and the largest amount of arable land left in the world, is in Brazil about 40% of the food we

buy. And, and soul food. Security is very important for Brazil and linking it back to the environment. One of the key things that we do or we do in Brazil to be outside nesting. There's we have fertilizers and by providing fertilizers, we can reuse the land and not damage the environment but but make sure there's no question food security. What you're talking about? Puerto Rico is a huge issue. Because, you know what, you imagine countries like China buys 22 billion dollars of serbians from Brazil every year and so any product you look at these are in the any product. Visual

food security, and an end Crystal like you say Target to blockchain is very important. We haven't done it in in food, but we did that in another company has an order to do with with emeralds. So every Emerald that reproduce Talbot, Agate with blockchain. So you know, from the beginning where they ever came from, what country, What place would work work on it. Gets tagged. All the reserve anybody that I'm Breaux Bridge. You will know that it was a Pure Clean Emerald that came from this specific area so the whole issue a blocked you and it's really revolutionize like you say that

way we do business and food Securities is a big part of it, but it's, there's data aggregation, there's information that you're collecting, right? Cuz they're going to build an algorithm to use it to predict things. And so, it really is tying two. An overarching theme of collection of data, the use of sensors is huge and Agricultural and agriculture pertaining to wear blockchain is going because that's part of being able to track something International

shipments, going across international waters, you know, there's a big push right now. Like, if you have cherries that you're sipping from California to China, often times when it gets to China, it'll get to the port. No, be a dispute over will that wasn't the cherries with it, and took a picture of when you said they shipped it to me. So now you got well, now you can verify. Those were the cherries that were shipped to you cuz he thought you can trace them and track them all the way to the end where they get delivered.

We have behind the scenes. One of the largest influencers on Tik Tok 11 million followers. This young man Generation Z Is 17 years old and I didn't know, I mean, I know Tik Tok but I didn't have it until today. So today we have it and this young man is here. So I'm going to have him come up to the stage and we've got a special announcement to be coming up here by the way. And we've agreed as part of a climate change Mission and as part of gear to give five to three people that have agreed to contribute $5,000

each, and we're going to, he's going to pick 3 video on Tik Tok that have to do with climate change an impact. Brock! Has kindly donated $5,000? I have and we have another sponsor here. Alex, come on up here. This is the third richest bumper. You should be giving out of coming up here so we're please say a few words about what you do. So nice to meet everybody. I'm a social media influencer. I've been doing it for 3 and 1/2 years now and for someone that is a gen Z themselves and is passionate about climate change and making a

difference. I feel that I have a responsibility to share that with the followers. I've been blessed with, so he kind of summed it up, but Make a challenge on Tik Tok, that's going to get a lot of these younger kids talking about climate change and thinking about what they can do, just in their own home to make a difference. If that's turning off the lights, if that's riding your bike to school instead of driving, whatever it is, it just one little thing that's going to make a change. So I'm going to be picking three winners people that, I think, I really put in a lot of care or

put in a lot of thought into how they're going to make a difference and they will be given $5,000. So, I would like to have a brock Stan, and I'll extend up with me while we make the effort to give me the original cast of I'm going to turn this sideways, all right. Make sure everyone gets in the video if you're curious about your future social media strategy. Everyone, I'm here with a billionaire and philanthropist stand and Brock and as well, Alex, and we are going to be giving away a $5,000 to three winners who create a video

talking about, how they are going to save the environment, use hashtag gear. So make sure you guys are throwing those hashtags. I want to see your videos. I'm going to hand picking up myself. Can't wait to see them. Good luck, perfect. Thank you very much. Thanks. Thank you. Thank you very much. Good job. Thank you, thank you for your service and opportunities to engage the youth. You know, any issues or tomorrow is going to? I mean, I'm going to say no to that. I'm giving all my money

away for the most part. Anyway, so I'm a sucker for these things cuz I believe it matters. But that's a no climate change. You know, you talked briefly about how beer can impact climate change. In terms of carbon offsets would love to I guess that's it to get an understanding from your perspective. Why carbon offsetting hasn't been making that impact in how from an incubation perspective, the work that you're doing with gear, wear blockchain in the new internet meet. How are you going to be upgrading those systems in a way? Where hopefully, we start to see the much-needed impact in the world. The

biggest even today about 40% of us energy comes from coal and then dies like, 80% trinite 70%. 60%, so fossil fuels definitely are a big conference over the years. It has not been as important cuz of world population is growing in one 2% Century. Now we're growing 1.2% of year, people are living longer, they're healthier and we also Are we more sanitary? So everything is energy is the driving force and in spite of all the efforts, solar technology, wind technology. These have really not there. They're making very good progress.

Write 2051 words. 10 billion people. I don't exist. Knowledge would be able to provide reliable good energy at an efficient car. So the answer is to reduce greenhouse gases. I mean, after fossil fuels, the biggest Packers beat, right? One cow graze is on one hectare 2 and 1/2 acres of land per year. So you know people say why do why do in poor countries? Be a why do people burn their the trees and cuz they need more land airport. Living in session is the answer is to use fertilizers and replenish the same land over and over again. That's the answer. So it's it's it's a big

issue and I think ultimately this this goal of electric cars, 2030 is a very, very achievable door. If as as a word as a group as a governor to get together and then Chris is actually ride. The blockchain, technology will help us to measure. This is a good goal and a, right? Go. And you mentioned the planting of trees as well. When we discussed this earlier, in Addis gear, have a focus and initiative or How you can impact call it, planting planting seeds,

where we are, where we basically plant trees and the best way because for example, if you take the and the Amazon, if you going to plant bamboo tree, there is going to destroy the Amazon. The Amazon ecosystem is very sophisticated, very detailed. So you got to find the University of San Paulo, which is in Brazil is one of the largest university in the world has been studying the Amazon ecosystem, for hundreds of, ok. And and, and, and to give you a longer point of view, one of the groups in the

understanding of the guy called Gerald, mosse move to Brazil. And, and he was the first guy to fly in a Glide around the around the world. First of all. Secondly, he's 30 Amazon. And why is the Amazon? So important give you an idea. It drop the temperature by 1 degree celsius, which is huge for global warming. Secondly, what it does is when the trade winds come from Africa, the Amazon has so much more. Should I Rise of these traitors capture that moisture and its rise of thousands of miles. An hour at about four thousand

feet, billions of gallons of water in the air hits the Andes. If you know your geography and floods, The Plains of Southern Brazil, and that's what the Amazon feed. What I'm saying is all this the system, so they the role of of the trees is critical. And so, if every month could plan, one tree a day, that's 7 billion trees, they think of it. One thing I like to say is I apologize the talking with Stan about Ciara and I kind of introduced it, not exactly what we were going to be speaking about today. But for you, you know, we're

talking about gen Z Years and we're the future. What would you recommend someone who doesn't know anything about cryptocurrency or the whole blockchain system? How would they go about learning and how do you invest and how to learn about how everything really works? Well to go to my website and get educated or the background. So I look at things in a very simplified way of just, how do I practically apply this technology. So that's a product I come from as far as how to look at it from

an investment perspective. Be very careful is what I would say. This is a but we were talking earlier. It's not, it's not a Sprint, it's a marathon. You have to pick your horse, right? Because they're in any type of startup industry, it's the burn rate, right? You hear that the term burn. If you have to make sure that if you invest in that company. Your investment is going to survive the burn which is how long those funds are going to last until they have to go out and do another raise. And a lot of these companies are our stat, you know, they'd get stalled along the way because there's

a disconnect between having a great idea and being able to practically And do an existing business infrastructure. Seems got to understand. And make sure that whatever that that technology initiative is, that it's not just a great idea. That it fits actually something that somebody wants told me the other end, the other end of it cuz you can't really look at it and say, what's the ROI? This isn't, this isn't an area where you can really see a return on investment and yet, you see the potential, but you don't know exactly how you're going to get there. So it's a long-term, hold its play

money. Until you have to look at it from my perspective since you've been so gracious Alex to. And for those that don't know, legend in the world of technology in a one of the Pioneers behind voice over IP which has changed the world of to La Petite. Similarly working on money over internet, protocols and creating the call it the financial sort of instruments. That. Were used to. But in the world of cryptocurrencies specifically, the ability to lend out your currency and to collect yield on an asset that you're not necessarily using and that's something that matters. The most of us, we like

bonds things of that nature, might be worth the moment cuz this is a big deal that the industry has evolved into being able to cancel products than we have in the first 10 years. I think you can hear me. I have six kids at home in the ranging from twenty, one years old down to four and a half, none of them. Gold coins or my stocks on my bonsai, don't believe in any of that, they definitely don't want a bank account. So the question is, what are we building for that generation? What are we giving. Generation and ends? When when you know 30 or 40 trillion dollars worth of wealth is going

to move from old people like me and other people whom the stage do the young people they're not going to take it in that form. They're going to move into something that they are comfortable with. And most of them have tokens on games. They have all kind of other digital assets. So for them, just another digital assets. If it's a stablecoin, if it's a Bitcoin or ethereum looks much more familiar, much more friendly than a stock, a bond or an IOU from the US government. So, so what we need to do is deliver for them. The value that the end their assets that they need in their

environment that they can use date today. If you visit China and so how's a billion people are transacting with each other through hourly pay? And in Sawan ride without the no, no one there has any physical currency and no one is using credit card and that's the future. We are about 10 years behind. So so part of what we're trying to do with with enabling the next generation 2 to transact with digital currencies with the blockchain is hide, all the technology and just give him something that they can use everyday to to make a better future and again

a future in which we don't print trillion-dollar deficits in hopes. That somebody's going to pay down the line or start wars. I know if you heard, we just let you run just bombed it are bases in in a rock. You know. That's that's going to cost the US government. Thousands of lies and trillions of dollars and in a fight that I'm not sure we need to take place and we're now at the end of the panel, this panel has been full of surprises. Obviously, we Larry instead of Larry, we got Larry's. Chance get me twice today

Tik Tok, social media influencers and prizes out their inspiring. The youth to figure out how to make the world a better place. We just ended the last decade. This is the end of the first week of a new decade and so to close off this panel would love to just hear from each of the panelists. One thought relevant relevant to the new internet. And this next 10 years in a goal, a dream and ambition of thought that you wish to cut to close out this panel now that hopefully inspires us for this decade to come. Melissa, from my point of view.

I started I'm an engineer, I started in the seventies and the girls have seen them in technology from but 1995 today's been unbelievable. Unbelievable and and and I think the fact that social media Communications internet has helped a lot. So I think this decade, we better find some big answers. I have. I think one of the biggest thing in my mind is gone also be our state's going to be huge, going to be one of the biggest thing. So, this is a very exciting decade and I think don't forget the other thing. The Generation Z will start

voting They're all turn 19 voting voting, the priorities, they have heavy very different than my generation and perhaps, crystals and Brock. So get ready for that building. Big political shifts would like galaxies Generation Z doesn't want war. So, you'll see a bigger much smaller push towards war and a much bigger push towards abstainer, lifestyle. Sounds like gen Z and T, answer their we're counting on you. Last thoughts, dreams, Inspirations knowledge, stay

current stay relevant. This is the next 10 years are going to be mind-blowing. All right, thank you.

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