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The Future of Money, Governance & the Law is a podcast hosted by the Government Blockchain Association which promotes blockchain technologies by empowering individuals and organizations to connect, communicate, and collaborate to solve public sector challenges around the world. Rick Robinson, as GBA’s new podcast host, is strategically positioned to shed some light on the journey. Rick comes to the show with an extensive background in cybersecurity, cryptography, crypto-currency, elections, ...
 
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Where did the idea of Blockchain and Secure, Decentralized Ledgers come from? Today, we speak with Dr. Scott Stornetta, who is considered by many to be the co-inventor of Blockchain, about his work with Dr. Stuart Haber at Bellcore on the introduction of time-stamped digital documents and how that has led to the evolution of immutable, distributed …
 
What is Decentralized Identification (Decentralized ID) and why is it crucial for the future of money, governance, and the law? Today we speak with Shiv Aggarwal, CEO of Earth ID about Decentralized ID and its importance. Shiv Aggarwal is the founder and CEO of EarthId, an award-winning universal identity platform that allows secure and frictionles…
 
How can blockchain technologies help small communities across the US? In this episode of The Future of Money, Governance, and the Law, we speak with Tony Camero, CEO of LocalPort Technologies, who tells us about the success he has had introducing blockchain to local communities to help them share information through decentralized ledgers but with i…
 
How did our healthcare system fare during the pandemic? Would it have performed better if the healthcare system was less centralized? How would decentralized healthcare help patients? How can blockchain improve healthcare and the services it provides? In this episode, we speak with Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care – a global healthcare blockchain te…
 
How are our education institutions preparing their graduates to understand blockchain and build applications on distributed ledger technologies? Today, we talk with Professor Justin Goldston, a five-time TEDxspeaker and Professor at Penn State University about how he is incentivizing his students to create chaos and mayhem as they innovate to not o…
 
Blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and digital assets are disruptive technologies that are impacting markets, financial institutions, economies, governments across the globe. And because they are being applied to a variety of uses – regulators are working to ensure their policies are current with the use of these technologies. However, like any technolo…
 
In this episode we visit with Chris J Snook CEO of SDK Co about the current and future state of the global economy, decentralized identity, the data economy, the broken aspects of web 2, the promise and current reality of web3 and decentralized systems, the risk of over or under-regulation in the innovation economy, and the regions or countries bes…
 
Are you a victim of fraud involving cryptocurrencies? Is there a new and emerging Nigerian Prince scam trying to separate you from your cryptocurrency? What are the types of scams that are emerging? What should you be looking out for? If you become a victim of cryptocurrency fraud, is there anything you can do about it? What is the process for inve…
 
Voting and elections were headline news in 2020 and the drama even continues today. Unfounded claims of voting irregularities were common, particularly when the voting process involved any sort of electronic equipment or software. Does electronic voting have a place in the voting process? Is it secure? Is it reliable? Can it satisfy all the require…
 
Paul Dowding is a prior GBA and industry panelist, speaker/author, DLT expert, DLT solution inventor/designer, supply chain solutions provider, and co-founder of L4S Corporation. Despite blockchain technology existing for five years, there has yet to be large scale adoption of blockchain in areas such as the supply chain industry. Although distribu…
 
In this episode, we walk to Mark Montoya, Chief Data Officer of the Government Blockchain Association (GBA). GBA recently released its latest study, analyzing the impact of cryptocurrency adoption on governments. In the study, GBA looks at many factors related to cryptocurrencies and how they impact governments around the world, now and into the fu…
 
Gerard Dache hands over the reins of the GBA podcast, The Future of Money, Governance, and the Law, to Rick Robinson, an experience technical professional with extensive experience in cryptography (and even podcasting). For his first episode, Rick interviews Mark Waser, CTO of the Government Blockchain Association on GBBP – the Government Business …
 
Don Topscott and Gerard Dache discuss the future of blockchain in government and how the use of blockchain can be used to digitally transform government operations by focusing on five specific priorities. Don Tapscott is the author of 16 books about the digital age, an adjunct professor at INSEAD, Chancellor Emeritus of Trent University, and a memb…
 
After to fall of Communism in the Czech Republic, Vit Jedlicka noticed that the economy in his country began to thrive. In observing the economies of other nations, he decided to study economics. Jedlicka became a member of the Czech Party of Free Citizens, which bases its values on the classical liberal ideology. This liberal ideology inspired him…
 
Dr.Pavani Kadiyala andMr.Voruganti Aravinddiscuss how theblockchain industryisdevelopingin India.They specificallyaddress how supply chain blockchains are positively impact theworld. They discuss how blockchain was developed in responseto siloed systems and we are moving to siloed blockchains. Theyalso discuss how the Government Business Blockchain…
 
Mark Montoya tells how a career federal regulator was exposed tocryptocurrency and eventually became the Chief Data Officer for theGovernment Blockchain Association. He explains how the adoption ofcryptocurrency impacts governments around the world. Heexplainshow data is collected from block explorers and other objectivesources to describe the size…
 
Find out about the blockchain ecosystem in Texas. Find out why Texas is a great place to build blockchain solutions. Lee describes the environmental, economic and tax incentives to bring blockchain projects to Texas. Lee also describes how the energy sector in Texas creates a welcoming environment for cryptocurrency, mining, and related technologie…
 
David Auton, the Managing Director for Morpheus Analytics. He describes how cryptocurrency data can be captured, analyzed, and reported to give people a window into the future. He shares his perspectives on the current size of the cryptocurrency ecosystem, its maturity, and trends for the future. He also describes how he and his colleagues are work…
 
Ethics experts discuss the GBA’s overarching Digital Ethics Framework which includes a series of industry-specific whitepapers and the aim of the ethics whitepaper developed by the Healthcare Working Group. This panel of seasoned healthcare and ethics advisors defines the scope of Ethical Frameworks, why it is important to develop them, and how org…
 
Joel is the CEO of SIMBA Chain. In this episode he tells the story about how his company won an initial grant from the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for blockchain solutions. He goes on to tell how his company continued to win blockchain work for other government agencies in other sectors including energy and many others. He …
 
Jörg Molt was one of the first people to work with the bitcoin community before bitcoin went public. He was an ethical hacker finding vulnerabilities and problems with blockchain code, organizations, and ICO offerings. He is passionate about the impact that blockchain can have on society and determined to stop people from using it for nefarious pur…
 
Blockchain Founding Father, W. Scott Stornetta describes the birth of blockchain in 1991. He describes how he and his colleague, Stuart Haber tried to solve the problem of creating trusted, immutable records. He also talks about how their work was so prominently mentioned in the Satoshi White Paper, and since he speaks fluent japanese, many people …
 
Bryan describes how he went from being a child in a tiny village in Iran to a refuge escaping a tyrannical government intent on executing his whole family, to a 16 year old kid working for NASA, and eventually becoming a global impact leader in the field of artificial intelligence and education.By Produced by PodTechs
 
Overcoming Resistance and Implementing Blockchain Voting government official overcame political adversity and the enormous weight of the status quo to bring solutions to her constituents. Amelia describes how she discovered the needs of her residents and how blockchain could provide a solution. Find out how she developed a strategy to introduce inn…
 
Carlos Toriello Herrerías tells how a group of blockchain hacktivists turned on the bat signal and created a citizen-based auditing system for elections. He described how an election crisis was the impetus to develop a system where votes could be verified on four separate blockchains. This open source solution is transforming election systems into …
 
GBA member Venkat Kodumundi, Blockchain / Intelligent Automation Practice Lead at CGI, a Canadian information technology consulting company, talks with host Gerard Dache in Episode 8 of “The Future of Money, Governance and the Law.” During Episode 8, Venkat recognizes the emerging roles of third-party regulators throughout the blockchain technology…
 
Episode 7 of GBA’s “The Future of Money, Governance and the Law,” podcast features consultant and GBA member Lourdes C. Miranda, an experienced U.S. government criminal investigator who is at ease with understanding the criminality behind cryptocurrency, and the weaknesses of blockchain technology. Lourdes brings her background as a cryptocurrency …
 
During Episode 6 of the Government Blockchain Association’s podcast, “The Future of Money, Governance and the Law,” hosted by GBA’s Executive Director, Gerard Daché, John Dean Markunas, principal consultant in New York City at Power of Chain International Consultancy, speaks about how the time he spent in Mexico and Brazil solidified his interest i…
 
How can the education system benefit from blockchain technology or cryptocurrencies? In Episode 4 of GBA’s podcast, “The Future of Money, Government and the Law,” Nadav, a former software engineer who later became a principal at a public high school, talks with GBA’s Executive Director, Gerard Daché, on how he followed his curiosity in developing a…
 
Joe Walton, Ph.D. candidate at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), explains the functionality behind blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, and the role of U.S. government. Theoretical questions arise, such as: How can value be tokenized? What is the value of money? Can socio-economic value become standardized? In the third episode of "The…
 
Featuring Shiv Aggarwal the CEO MyEarth.Id, GBA Europe Lead, Tech Entrepreneur. The Future of Money, Governance & the Law is a podcast hosted by the Government Blockchain Association which promotes blockchain technologies by empowering individuals and organizations to connect, communicate, and collaborate to solve public sector challenges around th…
 
How the New Money Supplies Are Shaping a Next World Order Featuring Chris J Snook of Sandcastle Foundation and World Tokenomic Forum. The Future of Money, Governance & the Law is a podcast hosted by the Government Blockchain Association which promotes blockchain technologies by empowering individuals and organizations to connect, communicate, and c…
 
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