[Market Awareness] update on Cryptocurrencies with Loral Langemeier and Jim Blasko
Jim Blasko is a blockchain developer and pioneer from Las Vegas Nevada. He is known for mining Bitcoin in 2010, and developing altcoins such as UnbreakableCoin, Voxels, eBoost, Jewelz, and X-Coin. He is the founder of Cryptos.io, Bitcoin Talk Radio, and in 2013 teamed up with Michael Terpin to launch bCommerce Labs, a blockchain incubator.
Jim is actively found at Bitcoin conventions as a speaker and is now leading Aspire, an asset solution platform designed to allow simple asset deployment and cheaper network transactions on a check-pointed blockchain. “We intend to launch a platform that makes it easy to create and deploy smart contracts on a gas blockchain where transactions can’t be double spent.”
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