0:00:00 – Rao’s Community Update 192 https://rchain.atlassian.net/wiki/spa…
0:07:50 – NFT PoC update – similar functionality can be applied to what we contemplated with Synereo.
0:10:39 – Greg – BoD update, no IoB’s made it through. The coop can implement or had already implemented some of them.
0:13:39 – Greg – announcement for the closed door session re: engagement with institutional investors.
0:14:29 – Darryl – Dubai trip – AIM Summit – https://www.aimsummit.com/
0:16:08 – video for the booth
0:21:14 – commentary
0:22:11 – Greg – preview of his talk at the AIM Summit – https://www.aimsummit.com/agenda/sess… – money is a coordination technology, programmable money can extend the coordination capabilities. The biggest coordination problem that the world faces is climate change. Therefore, the extended coordination capabilities of programmable can help us mitigate climate change.
0:24:20 – Looking at the matrix – high level view of the different programmable approaches to compare and decide on which approach is best.
0:25:27 – Rao – reasonable to assume that there will be blockchain applications for climate change mitigation. Re: the matrix, there are 12,400 crypto projects. How does an investor look at these? The matrix is very helpful. All these 12,400 projects are based on one of a dozen or so layer one blockchain projects. If an investor applies the matrix they would see where all of these investments would appear. Also in optimizing investments – where is the hockey puck going? The matrix is also helpful for this, giving a transformative glance for an investor.
0:29:40 – Darryl – Many investors are thirsty for climate mitigation solution projects to invest in. Greg – we had conversations w UAE citizens as early as 2018 – they want to have their finger on the pulse of what is going to define the next wave of tech. How the hardware is shifting and regulatory position is shifting, we are well positioned.
0:36:47 – Everybody who has worked with the fintec shops knows that they pay their developers top dollar to play with the newest and fanciest toys. Mostly it’s not abourt keeping up with the joness so much as king sure tht their developers are happy and don’t leave to go with another shop. So roughly on a 2 year cycle, the fintech shops are retooling with the brightest and best toys. Example: The functional programming love affair that happened in the mid 2000’s……
0:37:50 – So this is the reality of how it works in fintech, and if the fintech folks pick up your bright shiny programming model and they like what they see, they will lead the rest of the market to your tech.