Susanne & Duco interviewed Rinke Hendriksen, Amsterdam based developer of smart contracts, and Tim Bansemer, the European ambassador of RChain. Location was the inspiring Blockchain Innovation Week in The Hague organised by Blockbar. In the interview we explore the different take on scalability and consensus as proposed by the RChain project. Both Rinke and Tim spent quite some time in Boulder (USA) to absorb all aspects of the RChain design and Rholang coding for smart contracts. Learn all...
Susanne & Bert interviewed Freddy Bucknell in their Amsterdam office about the nTitle bcommerce solution for online gaming. The team of nTitle works on decentralised blockchain commerce for indie game developers. Using nTitle’s bCommerce software a developer can sell at the point of discovery, they can connect with gamers & influencers and incentivise their users to promote games. The whitepaper has just been published and is discussed in this in-depth interview.
Special co-production with The Fork at the Food Integrity Blockchained meetup. This episode is a series of short interviews with professionals active in this field. Dive into the world of food integrity and blockchain. We talked with Lan Ge, researcher at Wageningen University, Pieter Dubelaar, blockchain lead at Triple, Hans Geldof, working with AgUnity & Moyee Coffee, and Rafael da Costa Guimaraes explaining all about the Fairfood blockchain program
CryptoPepes, built by a group of talented developers from the Rotterdam/The Hague crypto communities, is made in a way you want a collectible game to be made. Hear this interview with Mick de Graaf, lead developer and one of the founders of CryptoPepes.io.
The TOPL team works on a better world by enabling investments all over the world. Especially where its hard to get. And they use blockchain tech to make it happen. Hear all about their work in this interview!
Interview with Memnon and Camelia of the Dutch chapter of the amazing project that Internet of People is. Memnon and Camelia tell us all about IOP, their plans and what it is like to work for a community like this.
Odd.Bot just had their energising pitch. The Jury was inpressed, the waiting begins. Blockproof has confirmed they solve a real life problem with their blockchain system for the police and legal forces. This is a multi million euro market. They are quite confident their effort will be implemented!
Interviews with: William Skannerup of team VeridenKey William’s team VeridenKey pitches a secure, standardized and easy-to-use platform for identity management, built on a public blockchain hosted by the participating partners of the network. #gdi Eveline Klumpers en Felice van der Sandt with Pepitas working hard to finish their canvas. Sitting on top of their table. #et Oelfier den Haselaar of team Innovation matters for energy Oelfier’s team made a IOT device that communicates with a...
Rutger van Zuidam founding father of Blockchaingers hackathon We had the privilege to interview Rutger about this second successful blockchain hackathon. Rutger has a great announcement, so make sure you listen the complete podcast!
Interviews with: Rinke Hendriksen & Wietze Bijl of DeChained Dechained builds a new self-servicing commercial register on a public ledger for entrepreneurs to start their digital businesses. Privately and secure but easily accessible for (international) external parties who want to conduct business. #dni Hans Bos of Zero Five-0 Hans works on using blockchain to provide an audit trail for the police in accordance with the BOB Act. #pss (BOB act is a regulation on special investigations)
Interviews with: Marieke de Ruyter de Wildt & Johannes Bertens of Team CatchUp! CatchUp, for zero tomato waste! Joris van der Steuijt of Team Windmill Village The community of Everdingen is going to use electricity from the shared windmill. They will use the revenue of the surplus to invest in local society.
Interviews with: Sander Ossenkoppele and Ruben Haring of team TapGuard: By introducing TapGuard "de sleepwet" will be unnecessary. While the privacy for the citizens is kept completely intact, the police will receive more advanced tools to improve public safety. #pss Martijn Lukaart and Gert-Jan Bierstelten of team Odd.bot Odd.bot uses swarm technology and simple nodes to create the friendly robot ecosystem the future needs. #m2m
Interviews with: Arjeh van Oijen of the unchain.io team Arjeh is building a solution to make the chain of distribution of medicines more trustworthy. It will help the consumer know more about the origin of their medicine. #health Adri Wischmann of the Ledgacy team Adri solves the problem that keeps every crypto holder awake at night: How do I keep my private keys safe and how do I secure my crypto legacy? #fop
Interviews with: Ron Dijkstra of team Wrap it Up: Wrap it Up uses data of the Chamber of Commerce to build an ecosystem that enables community backed entrepreneurship. #dni Rieke Smakman of Mattereum, partner of the #gdi track: Rieke is general counsel of Mattereum. Mattereum enables suppliers and customers to connect through blockchain.
Blockrock intervies: Tey El Rjula with Team Redy Tey works with the Dutch Red Cross on a solution for identity and emergency aid in the Redy team. Eveline Klumpers en Felice van der Sandt with Team Pepitas Eveline and Felice entered the hackathon with their all female team Pepitas. They aim to create transparency, trust and ownership of data shared for energy transactions in the transition to a clean and green supply in the (individual) energy market. They will leverage privacy by design....
Blockrock interviews: Peter Willemsen with WeQuest Peter is a coder on the WeQuest team. They plan to disrupt capitalism. Their machine to machine payment system provides a mechanism for basic income. Radboud Wanders, artist Radboud is an artist that captures the day in drawings. We spoke to him while he was drawing a group working on their blockchain solution for working together with different professions.
Special interview with organisers and participants of the 'become a liquidity provider on BarterDEX using your Raspberry Pi' workshop which was held in The Hague Netherlands on the 30th of March 2018. The event was internationally acknowledged because it is one of the first workshops taking BarterDEX to a broader audience. The organisers worked with Komodo Pioneers, a notary node within the Komodo ecosystem and sponsor of this kind of events, to make it happen.
In our genesis podcast, we had the privilege to interview Eveline Klumpers and Alex Tran Qui about their company Katalysis. From the center of Amsterdam, they work on their goal to help the publishing business make the transition from offline to online. They provide a Wordpress plugin for writers to monetize blog posts. Eveline and Alex also had a scoop for us. We had to wait until the embargo on the news was lifted today. We are proud to share their incredible news with you: "Digital...