“I haven’t seen any proven, slam-dunk use cases yet. If you start to see a few of those, then the space obviously gains in merit.”
“The way that artists give value to photographs is by creating scarcity, or by limiting the number of prints they create. It’s really no different than the government printing money and limiting supply.”
"I kept asking myself, 'Why can’t people generate wealth for these important acts of service that they provide to each other?' This question was at the heart of my journey into crypto and blockchain."
“What I see here is not just tech but a convergence of tech and data with society, law, regulation, money, financial services, and other fields in the humanities.”
“Some people have a vegan phase when they go to college– I had a decentralization and structured data phase.”
“We flew over to this conference in Amsterdam in 2014, and we were early enough to crypto that we could walk up to booths manned by the founders of Coinbase, Blockchain, Xapo, and Ripple.”
"We see Blockchain as a way to bring financial opportunity," Mr. Heyn says to The Politic. "It’s a great way to include small private companies, he continues.”
"There is no uniform 'blockchain law' or an overarching set of regulations applicable to blockchain technology right now."