Turn Friends into Token Advocates w. ERC20 Giveaways

Turn Friends into Token Advocates w. ERC20 Giveaways

Today, I am proud to show off some new functionality to Youve Got ETH (YGE).  YGE is the easiest way to send ETH to anyone with an email address. YGE now supports all ERC20 tokens. generates QR codes for easy mobile sharing. can batch process it’s transfers. Combining all of the above, I thought it’d be cool to show off what could be done to promote a hypothetical ERC20 token. The Read the article >>

Startup CTO : The primacy of the network & Web 3.0

Startup CTO : The primacy of the network & Web 3.0

Theres a new episode of Startup CTO out today. It is a cross post from Vincent Horn’s new podcast, Crypto-Mind.  With permission, I’ve reposted it from  Crypto-Mind podcast.  This podcast is about contemplating deeply the societal, spiritual, network implications of the networked Web 3.0 world. This episode is all about networks.  Specifically, What’s it mean to be a part of the network? Read the article >>

Blockchain StartupCTO.io podcast episodes

Blockchain StartupCTO.io podcast episodes

StartupCTO.io is a podcast that Miles Matthias and I started a couple years ago as a means of capturing some of the great engineering + community conversations we’re able to have as community organizers in Boulder, and share them with the world. I’m happy to say that we’ve been able to start a series on Emerging Technology on the podcast, starting today with Raine Revere, Lead Architect at Prism. Read the article >>

YouveGotETH.github.io wins the Dappathon!

YouveGotETH.github.io wins the Dappathon!

You’ve Got ETH won the community prize at the Dappathon.  Here’s an article from Forbes magazine talking a little bit about it. You’ve Got ETH  is a tool that allows you to send ethereum to any email address.  The idea is that it’s more powerful to evangelize the ecosystem by sending Ethereum such that the end user has an incentive to figure out wallets, private keys, and smart contracts. Here’s Read the article >>

Send Ethereum to any Email Address w. YouveGotETH.github.io

Send Ethereum to any Email Address w. YouveGotETH.github.io

I built a tool called You’ve Got ETH this weekend at the Dappathon.  It’s a tool that allows you to send ethereum to any email address.  The idea is that it’s more powerful to evangelize the ecosystem by sending Ethereum such that the end user has an incentive to figure out wallets, private keys, and smart contracts. Here’s a demo video. Code is available via MIT Liscense at https://github.com/youvegoteth/youvegoteth.github.io/ Mainnet Read the article >>

Blockchain & Digital Currency Innovators Panel on August 23rd

Blockchain & Digital Currency Innovators Panel on August 23rd

I will be moderating a panel on 8/23 with team members of SALT and ShapeShift; two innovators in the Denver Blockchain Scene. I’d love to see you there!  Details below. The value of Bitcoin, aka “digital gold” today exceeds $10 billion, and the blockchain technology underlying digital currencies stands as an undeniably ingenious invention. Join us for this Innovation Spotlight Read the article >>

Augmented Reality Crash Course Meetup

Augmented Reality Crash Course Meetup

I’ll be presenting on behalf of Occipital at hackAR meetup on August 30th. From the meetup page: Come learn how to build a hello world on the Structure Sensor from Occipital, the spatial computing company. Their very own Kevin Owocki will walk us through this! He is a bit of a legend who spins bits for fun & profit but watch out for his megabyte! More seriously, Kevin Read the article >>

Deep Okayness

Deep Okayness

Like so many others, I’ve found that writing that could be categorized as self-help, spiritual, or new-age can make one numb with it’s blandness.  While this type of writing can be powerful for people who are down in the dumps or otherwise looking for motivation, 90% of the the category strikes an inarticulate chord with me. As an engineer, words like “energy flow” and “cosmic” become a turn-off Read the article >>

Make a raspberry pi cluster to run the Ethereum blockchain.

Make a raspberry pi cluster to run the Ethereum blockchain.

One of my favorite projects of the last several months was a Raspberry Pi cluster: I’ve since set it up to run a local geth cluster, which makes running Mist or doing solidity development a little bit easier. Here’s a build list: 4 x SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter, Grey/Red, Standard Packaging (SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA) 4 x Raspberry PI 3 Model B A1.2GHz 64-bit Read the article >>

Boulder Blockchain Meetup + Slack Team

Boulder Blockchain Meetup + Slack Team

If you are based in Boulder and want to learn more about blockchain technology, check out the Boulder Blockchain Meetup + Slack Team. We are 130 members strong and 4 meetups deep. Here are some videos of past meetups (especially the video of Congressman Jared Polis speaking about Blockchain at the end): Meetup Videos Click the logo to learn more Read the article >>