The Business of Blockchain with Jane King
The Global Blockchain Business Council has partnered with The Business of Blockchain with Jane King, a show produced by Jane King and Denise de Murcie designed to educate, entertain, and inform viewers about the latest developments in the blockchain industry. Recorded at Nasdaq’s MarketSite studio in New York City’s Times Square, the show features an ongoing series of interviews with entrepreneurs, industry leaders, and academics.
A conversation with Accenture about DLT networks adn the need for a governance model they have developed with the DTCC.
IBM’s Blockchain General Manager Marie Wieck discusses the company’s blockchain solutions and lessons learned.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce
How would you explain Bitcoin? In this interview at the Nasdaq MarketSite in NYC, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Hester Peirce gave us her Bitcoin definition. We also discussed crypto-blockchain regulatory issues,, ETFs, cryptocurrency exchanges, and the role of blockchain technology.
With hundreds of entities around the world developing codes of conduct and standards for digital assets, Lawrence Wintermeyer heads up a new organization “Global Digital Finance” that advocates for industry best practices. He recently spoke with Jane King for this episode of The Business of Blockchain.
As more enterprises seek to leverage blockchain technology law firms are filling a increasing need to help competing institutions and corporations work together in consortia. One international legal team advising startups and large corporations alike on such matters is Norton Rose Fulbright, LLP, based in London. Sean Murphy, a partner at the firm, was Jane’s recent guest for this interview at the Nasdaq MarketSite.
From the NASDAQ MarketSite, a conversation with Michael Casey, educator and advisor at the MIT Media Lab and the MIT Sloan School of Business Management.
Sandra Ro discusses her work as CEO of the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) and the recently opened New York Blockchain Center, as she looks ahead to a busy year in blockchain technical and business development.
Alex Mashinsky, venture capitalist and inventor of Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) explains his new and controversial vision for Money over IP (MOIP) and his app for crypto depositors and borrowers.
Da Hongfei is Co-founder of the first public blockchain in China. Called NEO, this blockchain started with a handful of people in a small office in Shanghai. Today, with 50 full-time employees in Shanghai, and hundreds of contributing developers around the world, NEO is undergoing a “crucial” transformation. Da Hongfei explains what it’s all about.
In this interview we hear from Marina Khaustova, the CEO of Crystal that has created investigative tools for law enforcement and financial institutions to help identify illicit activity involving bitcoin.
Crystal was developed by the Bitfury Group.
In this interview we hear from Richard Byworth, CEO of Diginex, a digital asset investment bank with ambitious plans to drive institutional adoption of digital assets and blockchain technology.
Diginex, based in Hong Kong, recently announced it is going public through a reverse merger with 8i Enterprises Acquisition Corp., and, if approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, will be listed on Nasdaq.
Michael Coletta, who heads up blockchain strategy and technology at the London Stock Exchange Group, discusses the LSEG’s plans for adopting the new technology.
Ernst & Young’s head of blockchain discusses new trends in enterprise adoption of blockhain technology, including one surprising finding.
From New York to Kazakhstan, in this video we hear how governments are reacting to cryptocurrencies and blockchain innovation.
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Jane King is a media entrepreneur, producer and journalist. Jane has worked for CNN, Bloomberg Television and now as the founder and CEO of LilaMax Media, based out of the NASDAQ in New York City. Jane provides daily reports for 90 TV stations nationwide.
In the past 3 years, Jane has met and interviewed some of the most interesting innovators in blockchain technology. Excited about its potential to change industry, Jane has delved more deeply into the blockchain story and hopes to bring its potential to the mass audience.
Jane has covered business news for more than 20 years, through elections, recessions, bubbles and terrorist attacks. Her coverage is seen by millions of American households daily.
Jane is excited to work with Denise de Murcie to showcase companies and thought leaders in blockchain.
Denise de Murcie
Denise de Murcie is a digital entrepreneur, video producer and journalist.
As a TV producer 20 years ago she became involved with the MIT Enterprise Forum where she discovered her passion for emerging technologies, both as stories to tell and as tools to use to make video content more accessible and engaging.
An early adopter of digital media, her media products were used to introduce now widely popular Internet services to the public. Recently, she spearheaded a groundbreaking digital patient education system. Such solutions earned Denise 5 innovation awards.
Today, Denise is exploring the blockchain both as a tool to use and a story to tell, and is honored to work with Jane King on what is possibly the biggest tech story of their lifetime.