Admit it, we all make assumptions about the people we meet no matter how hard we try to not judge a book by its cover. That happened to me this morning as my family and I enjoyed pancakes at our local IHOP(International House Of Pancakes) and it reawakened me to the (sometimes) hidden potential in all
Love this. SWARM is a crowdfunding platform that allows for crypto-equity fundraising. Instead of incorporating in a physical jurisdiction, the company incorporates directly on the bitcoin blockchain by creating a coin. Each individual “coin” becomes an equity share in the company/project (we call them Distributed Autonomous Organizations, or DAOs). Coins can then be sold
The 3-Step Journey of a Remarkable Piece of Content from Copyblogger Media The 3-Step Journey of a Remarkable Piece of Content.
I love playing with content management systems, so when reading a story on lean user interface design, I saw a compelling ad for a CMS I hadn’t seen before called LightCMS, I immediately clicked. I perused the landing page and reviewed the features and then 2 things killed it for me. You might think that
Andrew Chen never ceases to amaze me with his exceptional insight into how to grow your startup. Anyone with a socially based startup is going to grapple with this big big issue and almost all of them will fail. We are working through this topic with a client right now for his launch and
Miami Startup DoYouRemember.com has released a cool new app called BloopIt. BloopIt allows users to watch and share snippets of YouTube videos and it’s quite addicting. This is a really great idea and they’ve done a great job with the interface. Today, they made it to TechCrunch, which will hopefully translate into a large number
Decimal points may be the death of Bitcoin as far as widespread adoption is concerned. We learned a good amount about Bitcoin and Bitcoin startups last night at the Refresh Miami monthly event, but beyond all the complicated lessons about wallets, cryptography, and blockchains, that will make the general consumer unable to understand how their money translates