Tatiana interviews Matt McKibbin of D10E & Liz Reitzig of NourishingLiberty.com.Topics of conversation consist of the
different beliefs in Bitcoin among the Bitcoin neighborhood, the future of Blockchain in genuine estate, getting farmers to adjust to innovation, and the function of federal government in the farming industry.-Matt McKibbin has been discussing liberty, bitcoin, and decentralized applications hosting his radio show podcast Liberty Panacea. He has actually since co-founded Ubitquity.io the blockchain-secured platform genuine estate transactions, is the Chief Decentralization Officer at D10e.org a conference devoted to exploring decentralizing technologies and is now a VP of Company Advancement at www.familyoffice.vc which is helping to link family offices interested in funding disruptive startups. Eventually he thinks the blockchain represents at technology which produces financial and social reformation much like the printing press helped in the religious reformation.-Liz Reitzig is a public relations specialist, author, public speaker, political activist and entrepreneur.
She is a co-founder of the Farm Food Flexibility Union, a non-profit focusing on food availability and access in the United States. As an entrepreneur, Reitzig runs a regional GMO-free food buying club serving the higher Washington DC.Reitzig has actually invested almost a decade working on the politics of food access in support of little farmers and those who wish to acquire food directly from them. She believes that everyone deserves to peacefully access the foods of their choice from the producer of their option. Her work on numerous essential cases and her proactive technique to policy and advocacy have actually assisted shape national and state level food and farming policies.Most notably, Liz is a mom raising the next generation on GMO totally free foods and healthy part of food awareness.More Info: www.TatianaMoroz.com www.CryptoMediaHub.com www.Vaultoro.com www.D10E.org www.NourishingLiberty.com The Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network