In this episode of Blockteq Talk, Charles Adams from the Zero Carbon Project talks all things blockchain as they relate to the environment. Within this, he talks about the social need for bitcoin, the environmental impact of mining, and the need for transparency in industries that impact the environment. Additionally, Charles explains how the Zero Carbon project helps households and businesses acquire green energy at a cheaper rate than energy generated with fossil fuels. Later, Charles explains how customers who buy green energy on the Zero Carbon Market are rewarded in Zero Carbon Coins as an incentive to help make the world greener.
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In this episode of Blockteq Talk, Daisy Ozim, the director of the Blockchain for Social Justice Collaborative talks about the work B4SJ does, how blockchains can help marginalized communities, the future of social impact projects on the blockchain, and much more!
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The title says it all folks! We are going to tokenize David Earl Cat. Because he is a super rare, cute, 3-year-old cat, we will release 3,000,000 tokens to start and then an additional million for every year of his life. To receive 10,000 free David Earl Cat Tokens ($DECT) simply fill out the contact form below with “DECT” as the subject with a compliment about this majestic beast and your Etheruem address as the body. We will send you your free $DECT tokens when they are ready!
If you don’t have an Ethereum address but still want to claim your David Earl Cat tokens, fear not! To set up an Ethereum wallet for your computer, you can follow our instructions on how to do that here, to set up one for your phone, follow these instructions.
Each $DECT will be worth a proportional value of his cuteness and because of his eventual inevitable passing, $DECT is a deflationary token! Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity!!
Thanks to u/Heringsalat100 for the idea. For their role in the project they get .1 of the initial circulating supply, that’s a whopping 300,000 $DECT!!!
In this episode of Blockteq Talk Harrison Perl, the co-founder and CEO of C4Coin explains his project. Importantly, he talks how they are using a blockchain to create a transparent and accountable carbon credit ecosystem. Furthermore, Harrison explains how C4Coin’s unique Proof of Burn consensus algorithm. As a result of this unique algorithim, C4Coin is the world’s first carbon-negative blockchain. Additonally Harrison speaks on why he believes people will choose to use the C4 network over other networks, how climate change is a social issue, and much more. In addition to Harrison’s rich explanation of C4Coin, he goes into why he is passionate about his work and makes a special announcement!
In this episode of Blockteq Talk Jordan Last, the visionary behind PodCrypt comes on to talk about his idea. Jordan covers how PodCrypt will work, what he envisions its future to be, and how it has the potential to make a big splash in the podcasting market. In addition to detailing his app, Jordan offers great insight into blockchains and Ethereum in general. Great for blockchain beginners and experts alike, this is a can’t miss episode of Blockteq Talk!
If you are interested in showing your support for PodCrypt by joining the telegram group, you can do that by following this link!
In this episode of Blockteq Talk, Alex Groleau and Kyle Graden, two of the Co-Founders of Seedom, talk about their decentralized FUNdraising game built on Ethereum. They also drop serious knowledge for non-profits interested in blockchain! They discuss their application, Seedom, what it takes for non-profits to be on-boarded in the blockchain space, the state of Ethereum today, altruism on the blockchain and so much more!
As promised, here is a short list of terms covered in this episode that may be slightly confusing. If you are confused about a term that is not on this list, send us a message here and we will add it!
Sadly, it would seem that seedom is no longer operatonal. You can still find the team on twitter however @seedom_io, and email@example.com.
For information on how to obtain ether to play seedom, check out our tutorial on it here. And for information on how to configure Metamask, the in-browser wallet required to play, check out our turorial on it here.
In this episode of Blockteq Talk, we talk blockchain voting. For that reason, Jeff Stern of Votem explains the work that Votem does and how they help make elections more accessible, trustworthy and secure by using a blockchain. Jeff also details the problems that exist within the existing voting industry. Furthermore, he discusses why Votem and blockchain voting is well suited to solve these problems, the difficulties Votem faces, how Votem stands out from other mobile voting platforms, Votem’s open source “Proof of Vote” blockchain system, and much more.
As I promised, here are links to definitions of some of the confusing technical terms used within this episode. If you are unsure about anything that is not listed here, you can ask any question you may have here.
In this episode of Blockteq Talk Justin Stucks, the founder of Tithe With Bitcoin explains how his project makes Bitcoin donations easy. Tithe With Bitcoin enables Churches and Non-Profit organizations to accept crypto gifts with ease. In this episode, Justin talks about how he became interested in cryptocurrency and how the idea for Tithe With Bitcoin came to him. Additionally, he discusses how TWB works, where it’s headed, and some of the challenges he has faced along the way.
To learn more about the work that Justin and Tithe With Bitcoin are doing you can visit https://tithewithbitcoin.com/ or follow TWB on Instagram @tithewithbitcoin
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Non-Profits can accept Bitcoin Donations by getting set up with Tithe With Bitcoin. Tithe With Bitcoin automatically converts bitcoin donations to USD so that Non-Profits can use the donations for their day to day needs. Listen to this episode of Blockteq Talk to learn about how this works and how to connect with Tithe With Bitcoin.
How Can Churches Accept Bitcoin Donations?
Churches are able to accept Bitcoin Donations by using Tithe With Bitcoin. Tithe With Bitcoin automatically converts bitcoin donations to USD so that Churches can use the donations to cover their operational costs. Listen to this episode of Blockteq Talk to learn about how this works and how to start using Tithe With Bitcoin.
In this episode of Blockteq Talk Katie and Carl from The Cryptobar come on to talk about the current state of cryptocurrency adoption. They detail their history in the crypto space and what they find fascinating about the technology. They also talk about how they use cryptocurrency on a regular basis. In addition to this, they talk about what they see for the future of cryptocurrency adoption, Facebook’s controversial Libra “cryptocurrency”, and so much more!
If you like this episode of Blockteq Talk, make sure to check out Katie and Carl’s podcast “The Cryptobar” by following this link:
In this episode of Blockteq Talk Tavonia Evans, the founder and CEO of Guap Coin enlightens us on how Guap Coin is creating change within her community. She covers some of the basics of blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, and the potential she sees in them to create better systems. Later, she goes on to talk about her cryptocurrency Guap Coin and the specifics of what they are doing to empower their community.