Today survival — peace, nonviolence — really depends not just on the internal communities you belong to but the communities we can form that are global communities.
— Justin Hefter
Ammoun Dissi and Justin Hefter discovered that people on opposite sides of the same conflict, in regional conflicts around the world, are more likely to be playing the same computer games than gamers in other parts of the world. Recognizing an opportunity to exploit this common ground their company Bandura Games develops cooperative gaming platforms that enable gamers who might otherwise view each other as enemies to come together as friends.
I have come to think that the word "Blockchain technology" is just a really great way to part an investor from his money.
— Adella Toulon-Foerster
There’s a lot of buzz these days about virtual currencies and Blockchain technology. How are we to approach this tide of monetary innovation? As the range of options we have to transmit monetary value continues to expand, legal professional Adella Toulon-Foerster urges us to be curious, to stay informed, and to become familiar with the everything that is out there.
If you don’t embrace it, you’re going to get left behind.
— Garreth Fitzsimons
Garreth Fitzsimons manages American operations for e-learning company Olive Learning. In this interview Garreth discusses how e-learning, gamification, as well as augmented and virtual reality technologies are changing the ways we acquire new skills and knowledge.
Cryptocurrency is for people who don’t trust their governments . . . with good reason.
— Geoffrey Mason
Geoffrey Mason is an intellectual property lawyer who is a senior partner for the Cogent Law Group. In this interview Geoffrey discusses ways in which cryptocurrencies differ from each other and explores its role vis-à-vis the nation state.
Learn how cryptocurrency is transforming our economy and what you can do to keep up with its evolution.