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Distributed Dialogues With Tatiana Moroz

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         Distributed Dialogues With Tatiana Moroz

In partnership with the Distributed Event Series and the Let's Talk Bitcoin Network, "Distributed Dialogues" gives listeners a cross section of the cryptocurrency and enterprise blockchain ecosystem by giving voice to the people, ideas and projects that make it possible.

The following interviews came from Tatiana Moroz during the Distributed: Markets event. During the event, Tatiana interviewed a wide variety of the people who work in the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology space. Hearing from these people illuminates what is happening within the space whether recruiting internationally for a cryptocurrency exchange, building a peer-to-peer decentralized platform, disrupting supply chains or simply trying to create a more open world for financial transactions.

Proof of ProofCrypto Companies Raising FundsRunning A Peer-To-Peer Financial EngineTreated With HeatRecruiting for A Bitcoin ExchangeStarting A Decentralized Exchange on Ethereum

The second iteration of Distributed Dialogues will take place July 19 & 20 at Distributed 2018, our flagship cross-industry conference.



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