Welcome to the third Weekly Roundup, where we look back on the week, tell you what we’ve been up to, and give you a summary of some of the news and content that appeared.
Tim had this great video interview with Crypto Koala, and admirably refrained from making furry funny comments. But seriously, thank you to Crypto Koala for making it happen and sharing our message.
NEO News Today wrote extensively about our partnership with Golden Fleece, the mining experts.
Our marketing team attended the impressively large Blockchain Expo in Amsterdam and ran into our NEP-5 cousins, airdrop partner and all around good guys Effect.AI.
Our marketing manager Zack gave an interview to Cryptocurrency Academy’s Jorgen Welsink, which you can see starting at 32:43 in his larger report of the Amsterdam Blockchain Expo.
Effect.AI also joined Thor, Travala and Spotcoin in Signagi, Georgia for the weekend for an important kick-off event you’ll hear more about coming week.
Furthermore, don’t miss our own articles on Medium where this week we wrote about our community efforts by Josh, Spotcoin’s crypto priest, our Golden Fleece partners, three future government use cases, how we stand out from other exchanges and our mining activities.
As we announced last week, in Georgia the prime minister announced some really forward thinking plans about using blockchain technology for all of the nation’s taxation except for VAT. This is a major deal, and would make Georgia frontrunner in blockchain adoption and implementation once again. As Spotcoin is in closed contact with the Georgian goverment and will advise where needed. In fact, our CSO Sean was over there this week, once again, and we hope to be able to announce a very tangible collaboration soon.
All in all, there is a lot going on, especially on the front of collaborations. We know there are plenty more things coming up and we can’t wait to share them with you.
Now back to making digital currencies work for everyone.
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