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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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08:06 min | 3 months ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You know, knees first time already with two knees last week, I'm going to crush it. If my knee even got sore, I would never write a bike again, let alone by two new ones and then Riding bicycles actually helps. It makes you feel better after. I mean, there's some miserable parts to it like you're climbing like pedaling is there, you know, it's just It's just physics. I can steer him really easy. Exactly. Bike, So I'm good. I might. Yeah. So if you bought Dodge Coin by the way in the beginning the year you've enjoyed massive gains, um over the last four months $1000 dollars Dodge Coin purchase on January one is now worth roughly 120,000 bucks. That's weird. 12,000% wasn't that the fake one They were supposed to just for a joke. It started out as sort of a joke, but any look at this tells you how perceptive currency works. This is how Fiat currency was. There's a perception of value. And if you think it's worth something that it's worth something, it's as simple as that Stupid talk about that as a good friend, Alan Goran Alon Goren with Draper, Goran and Home founding partner by the way, he is an expert on crypto. He's investigates an expert on Blockchain. Also an expert on on Crowdfunding and so on and so forth. Is that accurate alone is that Sickly. People think it's worth something. It's worth something. Yes, in the crypto space people have been saying means our money, and I think I think that's more true now than ever, right. If people are believed it's worth something. Then it's worth something. People are willing to accept it. And, uh and it's happening more and more. Well, I do feel I do feel that you know this kind of ties into the N F T. That was which we'll talk about a minute but You know, before you buy Dodge coin in hopes of capitalizing on games, you got to remember that popularity and reliability do not necessarily go hand in hand right Right along, there's more to it than just popularity. Correct. That's absolutely right. So popularity will drive engagement and price. In the short term. We'll drive sentiment will get people to want to buy it or purchase it, But it doesn't mean that it's being used. It's similar to what happened with games, son. Right. People were talking about it. People were buying it for all sorts of different reasons. Oh, yeah. But the average Gamestop store was doing terribly. Yeah, so it didn't correlate right? What could go wrong? You're in the middle of 2021 in the middle of Kobe, you gotta sticks and risk company that sells games that everything you could buy online. They're selling in the sticks and bricks were not supposed to going outside. They made no sense. That's great. That's a great example. So it leaves me Holland to the question about N. F. T s Because once again look at I will say this when it comes to a token like Dodge Coin, whose values extremely volatile. Don't investing money compared prepared to lose because you need I think it's just prudent advice until you know that there is some innate value in the long term. Ethereum, for example, Bitcoin, for example, now in FTS. On the other side of fence. Is that a fad in your opinion along because there's two sides of this coin, right? Hey, you know, I think that it's both a bubble and the future. Okay, so I think in the short term, there's so much hype. There's so much excitement. Very similar to the original dot com bubble. Yeah, look at the dot com bubble and then say, Okay, well, that was a fad and that went away would be insane. Right bubble, the industry group much much, much higher heights. And I think and FTS will be the same way. It's the future collectibles. It's the future of baseball cards and comic books. And more to go away. But in the short term, there is a lot of hype and some things I think are overpriced. And once again funds of funds ability means that an asset can be exchanged with a similar asset without losing value. Non fungible as in non fungible token, Okay, would indicate that it's one of a kind, but here's my question. Okay, So these are one of a kind digital assets Digital collection collectable digital certificate of ownership. Okay, that's better based upon a physical asset, because it can be a piece of art. But here's but here's the thing. Here's the one of a kind thing. I'm having a problem with this thing, because if it represents a drawing or an animation or a piece of music or a photo or video or even a tweet or a joke Hello. Okay, That's the original part. That's the non fungible part. The N F T is really fungible. And here's the philosophy I want to put forward. I know this is really deep. The asset that the N F T represents is non fungible. Okay, It means that it's a one of a kind joke. One of a kind tweet, but the N F T is not Unique. It's just another NFC, representing something unique. How do you wrap your arms around that Because that's a tough one for me and take it slow. You know, I think I think it's sort of been in a way. It's kind of like crypto in that if you believe it's worth something, it's awesome. I'm going to have to write something on this. I'm gonna have to do is talk at your next summit about this. Cause I bet this could be a good argument. I want to go. Listen, I'm not saying I'm against it. I'm just saying it's worth posing the question Correct. It's worth posing the question. And I think that we're waiting. I am waiting on legal precedents for relations, part of it because I can go on a website and live something and actually check a box and say I have a license to this pay. You can do that with a piece of damn software. I can use it in a video. I can use it in different ways. Right? Right. What happens if I meant so you get people are doing that with an F T. But what happens if I take that NST and I send it to you silly, But you never checked that box. Yeah, right now to places I don't know. And once there's legal precedents that explains that all the sudden imagine when a band does do it. It doesn't just say, Hey, this represents one of 1000. Maybe it means this represents one of 10. People that can ever use this for commercial purposes They needed to find you of it goes up. There's some real value there. There's something interesting. Well, look at Event. Listen, there needs to be some sort of a supply issue there right because the inherent value of something Is based upon the scarcity of it and the perceived value of it. In other words, if there's unlimited pesos, right, what are they really worth? Nothing. If there's limited pesos, right, then, at some point you're going to see with the elasticity economy at some point They're running out of pace house because they're limited their finite. Oh, I think I think I think part of these. This. I think these are where the I think these are. The scholarly papers are to come out alone. I think that's the next step on this is that you're going to see economists guys like art Laffer all the way to the new Harvard business school guys that are going to weigh in on this and that's going to cause This like you say legal precedent to be to be questioned, and I think you're absolutely right. When that happens, then we're going to have some. We'll have clarity. Correct. I think it's going to be so much fun, right? I mean, it's easy to compare it to comic books and collectibles, 11 and that I think is very legally clear. But once you start taking it into the more exciting things like licensing rights or things like that, you start to get really Exciting new products really exciting new things that only the Internet enabled. Imagine a band being able to share the royalties. Yes album with the people who buy the NSPS security. There you go rules and laws but doesn't have to be. No, it's still but that's that's It's okay to put one I think you and I need to point counterpoint here you get put down the studio. We didn't record this. This is something good ignorance. Colon. Thank you so much along, Goran, You should do one of your songs and then do one of your jokes. I don't know. Let's do it together and go to court. US versus nails. All right. Longoria Draper Goran home, their website crowd. Invest summit dot com. I believe you gotta Draper's going home dot com. It's great for scoring home..

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"17 miles and seven days boonies first time already with two knees I read last week. I'm going to crush it. If my knee even got sore, I would never write a bike again, let alone by two new ones. And then, right, Right. Riding bicycles actually helps. It makes you feel better after. I mean, there's some miserable parts to it like you're climbing peddling is there you know, it's just It's just physics. I can steer him really easy. Exactly. Have a bike, so I'm good. I'm my joint base again. Just So if you bought Dodge Coin, by the way in the beginning the year you've enjoyed massive gains over the last four months. $1000 Dodge Coin purchase on January one. Yes, is now worth roughly 120,000 bucks. It's weird. 12,000% wasn't that the fake when they were supposed to just for a joke? It started out as sort of a joke, but any look at this tells you how perceptive currency works. This is how Fiat currency where there's a perception of value, and if you think it's worth something that it's worth something it's as simple as that stupid talk about that as a good friend, Alan Goran Alon Goren with Draper, Goran and home. Founding partner of by the way he is an expert on crypto is investing is an expert on Blockchain. Also an expert on on Crowdfunding and so on, and so forth isn't accurate along is that basically, if people think it's worth something, it's worth something. Yeah, and the crypto space People have been saying means our money, and I think I think that's more true now than ever, right. If people are believe it's worth something, Then it's worth something. People are willing to accept it. And, uh, and it's happening more and more. Well, I do feel I do feel that, uh, you know this kind of ties into the N F T, which which We'll talk about a minute. But, you know, before you buy Dodge coin in hopes of capitalizing on games, you got to remember that Popularity and reliability do not necessarily go hand in hand. Right Right along, there's there's there's more to us than just popularity. Correct. That's that's absolutely right. So popularity will drive engagement and price. In the short term. We'll drive sentiment will get people to want to buy it or purchase it, But it doesn't mean that it's being used. It's similar to what happened with game stuff right? People were talking about it. People were buying it for all sorts of different reasons. Oh, yeah, but the average Gamestop sword was doing terribly. Yeah, so it didn't correlate right? Well, what could go wrong? You're in the middle of 2021 in the middle of Kobe, You gotta sticks and risk company that sells games that everything you could buy online. They're selling in the sticks and bricks were not supposed to go outside. It made no sense. That's great. That's a great example. So it leaves me Holland to the question about N F. T s because once again Look, I will say this when it comes to a token like Dodge Coin, whose values extremely volatile. Don't invest any money or not compared prepared to lose right because you need I think it's just prudent advice until you know that there is some innate value in this long term. Ethereum, For example, Bitcoin, for example, right now, N F. T s on the other side offense. Is that a fad in your opinion along because there's two sides of this coin, right? Hey, you know, I think that that it's both a bubble and the future, So I think in the short term, there's so much hype. There's so much excitement very similar to the original dot com bubble. Yeah, but to look at the dot com bubble and then say, Okay, well, that was a fad and that went away would be insane. Right through the bubble, the industry group much much, much higher heights. And I think n F T s will be the same way It's the future collectibles. It's the future of baseball cards and common Books and more going to go away. But in the short term, there is a lot of hype and some things I think are over price. And once again, funds of funds ability means that an asset can be exchanged with a similar asset without losing value. Non fungible as in non fungible token, Okay would indicate that it's one of a kind, but here's my question. Okay, so any of these are one of a kind digital Assets. Digital collects collectable digital certificate of ownership. Okay, that's better based upon a physical ass, because it can be a piece of art. But here's but here's the thing. Here's the one of a kind thing. I'm having a problem with this thing, because if it represents a drawing or an animation or a piece of music or a photo, or a video, or even a tweet or a joke Hello Okay, That's the original part. That's the non fungible part. The N F T is really fungible. And here's the philosophy I want to put forward. I know this is really deep. The asset that the N F T represents is non fungible. Okay, It means that it's a one of a kind joke. A one of a kind tweet, but the N F T is not Unique. It's just another NFC, representing something unique. How do you wrap your arms around that Because that's a tough one for me and take it slow. You know, I think I think it's sort of been in a way. It's It's kind of like crypto in that if you believe it's worth something, it's Yeah. I'm going to have to write something on this. I'm gonna have to do is talk at your next summit about this because I bet this could be a good argument. I want to go. Listen, I'm not saying I'm against it. I'm just saying it's worth posing the question Correct. It's worth posing the question. And I think that we're waiting. I am waiting on legal precedents for licensing part of it because I can go on a website and lives something and actually check the box and say I have a license to this. Hey, you can do that with a piece of damn soft website. I can use it in the video. I can use it in different ways. Right? Right. But what happens if I meant so you get people are doing that with N F T. What happens if I take them? N f D and I send it to you silly, But you never checked that box. You have the right now to the license. I don't know. And once the legal precedents that explains that all of a sudden imagine when a band does do it. It doesn't just say, Hey, this represents one of 1000. Maybe it means this represents one of 10. People that can ever use this for commercial purposes. They need to define view of it goes up. There's some real value there. There's something interesting. Well, look at it. Listen, there needs to be some sort of a supply issue there right because the inherent value of something is based upon the scarcity of it and the perceived value of it. In other words, if there's Unlimited pesos. Right then what are they really worth? Nothing. If there's limited pesos at some point you're going to see with the elasticity the economy At some point they're running out of pesos because they're limited their finite. I think I'm dizzy. I think part of these this. I think these are aware that the I think these are the scholarly papers are to come out Holland. I think that's the next step on this. Is that you're going to see economists guys like art Laffer all the way to the new Harvard business school guys that are going to weigh in on this, and that's going to cause this. Like you say legal precedent to be to be questioned, and I think you're absolutely right. And when that happens, then we're going to have some. We'll have clarity correct. I think it's going to be so much fun. Hey, rice better. I mean, it's easy to compare it to comic books and collectibles and say, 11, and that I think is very legally clear..

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:12 min | 5 months ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And seven days boonies first time already with two knees I wrote last week, I'm going to crush it. If my knee even got sore, I would never write a bike again, let alone by two new ones and then writing riding bicycles actually helps. It makes you feel better after. I mean, there's some miserable parts to it like you're climbing like pedaling is there you know, it's just It's just physics. I can steer him really easy. Exactly like bike, So I'm good. I might. Yeah, So if you bought Dodge coined by the way at the beginning the year You've enjoyed massive gains. Um, over the last four months. $1000 Dodge Coin purchase on January one is now worth roughly 120,000 bucks. It's weird. 12,000% wasn't that the fake when they were supposed to just for a joke? It started out as sort of a joke, But any look at this tells you how wow perceptive currency works. This is how Fiat currency where there's a perception of value, and if you think it's worth something that it's worth something it's as simple as that stupid talk about that as a good friend, Alan Goran Alon Goren with Draper, Goran and Home founding partner by the way, he is an expert on crypto. His investigates an expert on Blockchain, also an expert on on Crowdfunding and so on and so forth. Is that accurate along is that basically If people think it's worth something, it's worth something. Yeah, in the crypto space. People have been saying memes are money, and I think I think that's more true now than ever, right. If people are believe it's worth something, Then it's worth something. People are willing to accept it and and it's happening more and more. Well, I do feel I do feel that, uh, you know this kind of ties into the N F T. That was which we'll talk about a minute. But, you know Before you buy Dodge coin in hopes of capitalizing on games. You got to remember that popularity and reliability do not necessarily go hand in hand right? Right along. There's there's there's more to us than just popularity. Correct. That's that's absolutely right. So popularity will drive engagement and price. In the short term. We'll drive sentiment will get people to want to buy it or purchase it, But it doesn't mean that it's being used. It's similar to what happened with Gamestop. People were talking about it. People were buying it for all sorts of different reasons. Oh, yeah, but the average Gamestop sore was doing terribly. Yeah, so it didn't correlate right? Well, what could go wrong? You're in the middle of 2021 in the middle of Kobe, You gotta sticks and risk company that sells games that everything you could buy online. They're selling in a six and bricks were not supposed to going outside. It made no sense. That's great. That's a great example. So it leads me along to the question about N F. T s because once again look, I will tell you this when it comes to a token like Dodge Coin, whose values extremely volatile. Don't investing money compared prepared to lose right because you need I think it's just prudent advice until you know that there is some innate value in it. That's long term Ethereum, for example, Bitcoin, for example. Now N F. T s on the other side of fence. Is that a fad in your opinion along because there's two sides of this coin, right? Hey, you know, I think that that it's both a bubble and the future, so I think in the short term, there's so much hype. There's so much excitement. Very similar to the original dot com bubble. Yeah, to look at the dot com bubble and then say, Okay, well, that was a fad and that went away would be insane. Right right after the bubble. The industry grew too much, much, much higher heights. And I think n F T s will be the same way. It's the future of collectibles. It's the future baseball cards and comic books. And more. I'm going to go away. But in the short term, there is a lot of hype and some things I think are overpriced. And once again funds of funds ability means that Aunt asset can be exchanged with a similar asset without losing value. Non fungible as in non fungible token, Okay would indicate that it's one of a kind, but here's my question. Okay, so NFS are one of a kind digital. Assets Digital collection collectable digital Certificate of ownership. Okay, that's better based upon a physical ass, because it can be a piece of art. But here's but here's the thing. Here's the one of a kind thing. I'm having a problem with the last thing because if it represents a drawing or an animation or a piece of music or a photo, or a video or even a tweet or a joke Hello. Okay, That's the original part. That's the non fungible part. The N F T is really fungible. And here's the philosophy I want to put forward. I know this is really deep. The asset that the N F T represents is non fungible. Okay, It means that it's a one of a kind joke. A one of a kind tweet, but the N F T is not Unique. It's just another NFC, representing something unique. How do you wrap your arms around that Because that's a tough one for me and take it slow. You know, I think I think it's it's sort of been in a way. It's It's kind of like crypto in that if you believe it's worth something. Yeah, I'm going to have to write something on this I have to do is talk at your next summit about this because I bet this is could be a good argument. I want to go. Listen, I'm not saying I'm against..

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"It's a long game. This is a long game but don't let the fact that it's a long game slow. You down don't over think things don't You know something. That crypto companies. Do that really really amazing on one hand but hurts them on the other hand is writing the super long white papers and things like that when you're building a protocol that can easily be redesigned and rebuilt that make sense right but when you're doing a starter what you think you're going to build and what you actually build is almost never the same thing so much documentation and over things slows people down some always constantly telling people the advice that i need which is focused and get shit up. Focus get shit done. Keep executing because out one we can write. Don't be stupid and irresponsible with defy stuff and you know The meanest testing production. You should test in production just do it responsibly. And people who are participating even more so mean to be responsible but in general get it done. Get shit out there tested. Show it to me. How can i help. And if i can help then i will Regardless of our you know like i i have a decent following on twitter in and hang out. A lot of people online after companies are not our portfolio properties and. I still support them and do stuff with them. Because i'm part of the community Just as much as is everyone else and so for me. The most important thing is to execute get shipped off because the worst thing somebody can do it constantly. Tell me about the things that are going to do and never show me anything that they did. I want you to say hey next month. I'm going to launch this thing. And then the next month show and they open at school and then you can tell him. Oh it sucks. It doesn't work away at fatherhood because of whatever next time. We're gonna do it this way or we're fixing minutes. I wanna see that you did something you know like. It's impossible for me to help somebody. Even after we work with a company the only thing we can do is amplify ages. you know. i'm not one running the company. I'm not the one building the product so if you something i can show it to more people. I can try to help customers or unconvinced that i can. Top of the I totally As an example earlier. I built a wordpress plugin to launch your own decks on top of their software Actually at the beginning of corona and or five.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"It's worth going for the day when you're talking about raising money for companies raising money for for your fund and stuff like that now. I can have those three four or five meetings before. I have lunch and and tell me wearing a should have won the nicer shirt but still be wearing my sweat shorts and shooting on my computer and and that's it right like i wake up in the morning. I'm an early bird For the most part and by eight in the morning almost every single have call somebody one of our portfolio companies. Something right and by noon. I've met more people and gotten more done than i need to sunday. That's the blockade. So i can actually get in terms of executing but there's there's an opportunity here and cryptos up should be the ones most ready to jump on that opportunity. The money is digital. The meetings are virtual. You know everything should bishen. Be any reason why has to meet versus another than it for networking team building. There is something silly gets the physical world which we missed that our conference but what we got was close to ten x probably with the replays of our conference got ten the audience around the world that people who couldn't wouldn't have been able to afford flying it wouldn't have been able to afford a hotel room people who maybe didn't at the time to do it but but now we can actually get the word that we spread the word we can. Do everything wanna do customers. Do whatever needs to get done for for whichever company and do it on you know in a way better fashion because it's it's virtual so we gotta take it to that stuff. I completely agree and like one of the things are shed de. I've seen myself. Is that this. Kobe has kind of enabled or triggered that specific name. Though that i see this ability for you know that only takes now. It's kind of. It's become so border less than all it takes now is like a unique this like a lake.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Thousands of dollars a year subscribing to ourselves as a fun and we do go services for on court folio then introduced them to the pr companies. When they outgrow our in that that kind of works than we coached them up about how to do a lot of it themselves. So that's that's something. And then you asked a common thread amongst blockchain companies. In what what they're ins they're looking at and things like that. I mean i think it's it's we're coming to to a bit of a head right. Like defy blew up over corona right now over quarantine he's corona times I think partly because things accelerated a heated up because we're all home. And i think that that's what's happening. Same is happening with nfc's now. I think it's partly this This we're all staying home. I actually had a talk with one of the founders of open see the other day and they said something that stuck into my head they said. Do you think we'd see this much growth in sales in. Nf tease if every time you bought ministy you connect to your actual fiat bank account to purchase the nfc and an absolutely not. We wouldn't right because we even though we know we could send our theory them or die or usd c. or whatever. We have a bitcoin in our wallets to a centralized exchange and money in our bank account. And sometimes we do that right as consumers users. It still feels like funny money. Like tokens right. I'm being like arcade tokens riley cheese. Or whatever you want to all when we deal and you know. I've spent money on. Nf nfc's hundreds of dollars on an nfl thiede Spur of the spur-of-the-moment gut decision. But if i actually had to pull out cash or go to my bank and take money to do it as never never bought a piece of artwork for hundreds of dollars before. And i bought for a lot of money before i bought things like that right but never did that before but with nfc. Somehow i i do. And maybe that's a cultural shift. Or whatever but i see a lot of folks heading in in those directions right. Ns tease of course.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"But we're a little too weird i think. Or maybe not maybe even unorganized or two missing. It's a what you would call it right but like i can't like it would drive me nuts. For example if i put something on my website i said apply for the next cohort and apply silla out the docs and then wait three magi. Once i get a few hundred companies here i'll pick the best ten. What happens if the day. I cook that up. I need you and you have been epic idea of social wait. Three months could I can't do that. I so i. It's in and what happens after those three months. Pass when we're working together. I which you. Out the door and bring in the next cohort like that's not eat like for me like needs to be like a family together we're gonna be in the trenches. It might take three months for you to still out the door and beyond your own. And then i just you know do normal catch up with you but it might also take a year or might never really do like end. You know like their companies of ours that we literally have standing meetings with every single week. It's other of ours. Who i text with on a daily basis throughout the day right like um like like family riley texting me something funny texts sometimes work related sometimes not and then some of our companies. We have a more traditional relationship with words site. You know we meet every few months. We message online. They sent me a monthly update on how they're doing you know and but different companies required different things and so adventure. Pseudo is a good way of us going. We're not really a fun because we're like an operating company and we have a different structure and we're not accelerator or you. We're kind of both of those things but neither of those things so we just us that that term to basically say a company that helps works with an investment other companies And the that's easy to explain because we all know of brazilian funds and all pretty much operate the same way. Only differences are fund. Is that we kind of get special. Looks at the companies from the venture studio because we got the last year or two or three before making an investment. So that's a double-edged sword it might mean that you know oh my. Gosh david blessing. He's not doing so well anymore. I know behind the scenes and now machen best or could mean holy crap. David black is onto something crazy and amazing. We're going to double down on his company and this company that he's participating with the dow he's participating which is actually the case right. If i didn't sit on the phone david lesniak on a weekly basis and hear about his company. I wouldn't know firsthand. What was coming together with prime now just launching in a couple of weeks and we wouldn't have been the only fund that invested in prime is other investors are gonna are found out about it i too but they don't really know the details all the stuff. We literally work with them on a daily basis when they put out a press release were were co writing the press. Release with them helping him distribute it helping so at least in our way we say it. I'm talking way too..

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Oh that token went up. This token did this token down not doing technical analysis for me. It's like you know. I look across the table and i see arbiter and i go. Hey arthur do you want to argue starting company. What are you doing on a bed on you. I can't bet on the token ads notice. Or whatever i love the guys behind lunar crush because they kind of are putting a face to currencies either putting some data in real analysis behind it at separate from this technical stuff and so i want bet on the people so i left that tryptophan because they were doing those token deals and i started doing the kind of deals that i wanted to do with joseph betting on the people betting on david lesniak from total betting on the guys from lunar crush. And that's where we kind of are at today. We've built this venture studio or we deals with companies. Doing really awesome stuff. Doesn't mean that they don't have tokens because them do but the idea's to bet on the people long-term we're not buying the tokens to trade them. Were buying tokens. Hold onto the next ten years. Or we're buying equity knock and when you invest in startups you expect. If you're lucky to take five to seven years to get next time you get no exit. The company fails like minded back in the day or it can take ten plus years right so you've never really know and so that's the kind of bets that we make as a venture studio and we just actually announced a fund draper going home last year in draper invested in us in rebranded from gowran home to draper hall and we expanded. The studio did a lot of very cool things. And so we just announced the fund at our conference Earlier this month actually just been a few weeks that we just announced that we can double down on companies were later stage or companies that are in our portfolio. That are doing really really well so really excited. That's like a traditional fund venture studio. We get scrappy right. We're we're entrepreneurs ourselves. So i feel like i look like a crazy person right now. That'd shaved my beard. And like ten months but i am quarantine corona style just like everybody else and i m coding and helping our portfolio companies. Just like they're working on their products and that sort of what the venture studio. We have a small team and we work our butts off just like the companies to help them grow fun. This meant to double down and so that we have the cash to invest because what we is we we could write small checks and we can held the helpful part. That's easy for us. Because that's what we love early. Stage startups were liked. Were happens ourselves. Were sort of marketing in guerrilla marketing experts.

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Bitcoin Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"But the idea is to bet on the people long term. We're not buying the tokens to trade them. We're buying tokens to hold onto the next ten years. Bitcoin radio is powered by most belt. Blockchain accelerator multi dot. Io and we are continuing to reimagine twenty twenty. The following interview broadcast in october of twenty twenty as part of our version four point. Oh conference i everyone wants to reimagine twenty twenty. I wanna be your host or today with me alone. Goran at the founding partner at draper. Gordon home blockchain bencher studio and venture fund. Welcome and. thanks for having me excited to be here. Yes me too so What would just jump in there Tell me how. How did you first sort of value. I introduced the crypto. And the and what do you do today. So you know crypto. It was weird happens to two angles for me. So i had a company that That basically built technology for crowdfunding and this was before the crowdfunding existed so he called it social fundraising and be idea for it. Sort of stand out of working at my space back in the day and trying to help people use this new tool social media to do good things. Raise money for nonprofits. Raise money for your business and things like that and A two things happened in. That space was illegal at the time to raise money online the way it is right now the way. It is legal right now. So in the united states the laws changed in the meantime. We sorta participated in that and that was one thing that drew me towards crypto in a way up because i felt like it was crazy and unfair and unamerican is laws for fundraising on the internet And also you know led me even pushed me further towards a borderless world. Everyone can transact news things and one you know a few years later after starting that company We decided to take it fulltime and get serious about it. One of our first customers business was adam draper. An atom draper launched something called funder and boost funder..

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Also one hundred and seventy five countries all the armed forces radio network. For about eight years now. I liked it as as charts. Forces armed forces radio television services is what it was called. That was farts armed forces. Relevision radio armed forces are radio television. Yeah. That's what the military called China. There's a there's another suicide even hey Tommy John's. So if you look at the job. There. And we're gonna talk about something happened yesterday with Russ. So have you been the coin base lock my doors are way to look at bitcoin and bitcoin cash in theory. I bought into three hundred thirty seven. Nice. I don't know how going to one year charts. Do this Curtis. I knew that. I I knew that. I. Just this on you. But but if you look at bitcoin. Like a year ago? You know, it was at nine thousand dollars per coin. It's now thirty eight eighty eight. Yeah. If you go back and look at this. This is not a comment on the validity of bitcoin or a theory or light coin comment on is that the markets run onto emotions and even this market. So you had thirty four bucks a share for theory in which is now four bucks. A share seems like a bulletin board stock the sort of in that's because it runs on emotion. Light coin for example. Which was very very light coin now at forty dollars a share was the two hundred twenty one dollars a year ago. So the reason I bring this up is because markets run onto a motions, fear and greed. But it doesn't mean this is not a category that we're going to have to take very seriously because it's going to be category eventually here and talk about that our good friend Alon Goren crypto invest summit. He's the expert on this. So I want I bet you have to have those conversations often with detractors of crypto. But I could give you just some ammo is well, take a look at the chart any given day of the stock market, and you can see that there's Bala Tilleke. Well, it's it's it's a commodity. It's an asset. How do you? How do you explain to those to those naysayers that don't think that thought it was a flash of the pants, right? Well, I there's there's a couple of things. Wow. Now, I'm seeing myself. So there's two things that I can say holding up two fingers. I liked him Draper's thing bitcoins. Nonvolatile the dollar volatile against the big. Yeah. That's true. I don't get it. Sure. All joking aside. It's a it's a really exciting category. What's interesting, in my opinion, is the obviously we've discussed it on the show before the technology behind it. And whether is bitcoin or light quantum theory that wins in the long term, this type of technology is. The next level. Right. Whether so. Are you talking about the the blockchain itself or you're talking about the technology of digital currency or both? A little bit of both. So the blockchain enables enables the digital currency. And there's a few different types of Blockchain's and distributed ledger technology, whichever way you'd like to look at it. But in general, it's creating this opportunity for immutable assets. Right for you to be able to say I own this. I have the keys to this. And nobody else owns this. And it's the track to in its, you know. Let me put a fire point on that. Let me put a finer point in that. Because there's something that goes on in stocks every day called abusive short selling it's not necessarily shorting. But it is. But it's somewhat the same. But it's abusive short selling. Wow. When you trade stock these days.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Forces radio television services, what it was called. That was armed forces. Relevision radio armed forces are radio television. Yeah. That's what the military called China. There's a there's another. Hey by Tommy, John stuff. So. So if you look. The job there. We're not talking about something happened yesterday with Russia. So have you been the coin base? Locked. I have to look at bitcoin and bitcoin cash in Syria. Join I bought into three hundred thirty seven. I don't know how you gonna one year charts. Do this Curtis. I knew that. I I knew that. I. Just bring this on you. But but if you'll get bitcoin like a year ago. Yeah. Nine thousand dollars per coin. It's now thirty eight hundred eighty eight. Yeah. If you go back and look at this. This is not a comment on the validity of bitcoin or theory or light coin what it's a comment on is that the markets run onto emotions and even this market. So you had thirty four bucks a share for theory in which is now four bucks. Seems like a bulletin board stock sort of been that's because it runs on emotion. Light coin for example. Which was very. Light coin now at forty dollars a share was the two hundred twenty one dollars a year ago. So the reason I bring this up is because markets run onto emotions fear and greed. But it doesn't mean this is not a category that we're going to have to take very seriously because it's going to be the category eventually here talking about that. Our good friend Alon Goren crypto invest summit. He's the expert on this. So I want I bet you have to have those conversations often with detractors of crypto. And what I could give you just as ammo is. Well, take a look at the chart any given day of the stock markets, and you can see that. There's. Volatility. It's a commodity. It's an asset. How do you? How do you explain to those to those naysayers that don't think that thought it was a flash in the pan right now? There's there's a couple of things. Wow. Now, I'm seeing myself. Yeah. So there's two things that I can say holding up two fingers. I liked him Draper's thing where he said bitcoins. Nonvolatile the dollar. That's volatile against the big. Yeah. That's true. That's don't get it. Yeah. Sure. All joking aside. It's a it's a really exciting category. What's interesting, in my opinion, is the obviously we've discussed it on the show before the technology behind it. And whether it's bitcoin or light quantum theory. I'm that wins in the long term. This type of technology is. The next level. Whether so. You talking about the the blockchain itself or you're talking about the technology of digital currency or both. A little bit of both. So the blockchain enables enables the digital currency. And there's a few different types of Blockchain's and distributed ledger technology, whichever way you'd like to look at it. But they in general, it's creating this opportunity for immutable assets. Right for you to be able to say I own this. I have the keys to this. And nobody else owns this. And it's and it's the track to in its know. Final point on that. Let me put a finer point in that. Because there's something that goes on in stocks every day called abusive short selling it's not necessarily shorting. But it is. But it's somewhat the same. But it's abusive short selling. Wow. When you trade a stock.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Television services. What it was called? That was armed forces. Relevision radio armed forces are radio television. Yeah. That's what the military called China. There's a there's another. Hey by Tommy John's dog. So if you look. Joke there. We're not gonna talk happened yesterday. So have you been the coin based lot? The. So look at bitcoin and bitcoin cash in Syria. Join I bought in the three hundred thirty seven. I don't know how. Charts? Do this Curtis. I knew I knew that. I I knew that. I. Just on you. But but if you look at bitcoin like a year ago. Yeah. Nine thousand dollars per coin. It's now thirty eight eight. Yeah. If you go back and look at and listen to this is this is not a comment on the validity of bitcoin or a theory or light coin. What's a comment on is that the markets run onto emotions and even this market. So you had thirty four bucks a share for a theory in which four bucks. Seems like a bulletin board stock been that's because it runs on emotion. Light coin for example. Which was very. Like coin now at forty dollars a share was the two hundred twenty one dollars a year ago. So the reason I bring this up is because markets run onto emotions fear and greed. But it doesn't mean this is not a category that we're going to have to take very seriously because it's going to be the category eventually here to talk about that our good friend Alon Goren crypto invest summit. He's the expert on this. So I bet you have to have those conversations often with detractors of crypto. Could give you just as some ammo is well, take a look at the chart any given day of the stock market, and you can see that there's volatility it's it's it's a commodity. It's an asset. How do you? How do you explain to those to those naysayers that don't think that thought it was a flash in the pan, right? Well, there's there's a couple of things. Wow. Now, I'm seeing myself. Oh, yeah. So there's two things that I can say holding up two fingers. I liked him Draper's thing where he's a big win volatile. It's the dollar. That's volatile against the big coin. Still one big. That's true. That's I don't get it. All joking aside. It's a it's a really exciting category. What's interesting, in my opinion, is the obviously we've discussed it on the show before the technology behind it. And whether is bitcoin or light corn or theory. I'm that wins in the long term, this type of technology is the next level. Right. Whether so. Are you talking about the the blockchain itself or you're talking about the technology of digital currency or both? A little bit of both. So the blockchain enables enables the digital currency. And there's a few different types of Blockchain's and distributed ledger technology, whichever way you'd like to look at it. But in general, it's creating this opportunity for immutable assets. Right for you to be able to say I own this. I have the keys to this. And nobody else owns this. And it's and it's the track to in its. Let me put a finer point on that. Let me put a finer point. Because there's something that goes on in stocks every day called abusive short selling it's not necessarily shorting. But it is. But it's somewhat the same. But it's abusive short selling. Wow. When you trade a stock.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Week as well. Because starting females from other shows on the network. Someone talk about us little tell you what kind of message is getting out for us. All right. Let's say quick look at the numbers before we get to Alon Alon Goren, by the way, of course, is the first fat crowdfunding expert. So we ever talked to in this program. We can rejoice in the second look at the Dow Jones up three hundred seventeen points from one point two five percent. Nasdaq up eighty six seventy one seventy. As well as the S and P. I'll tell you. What's interesting that's happening on the market here. Especially with the Dow Jones. If you look at the at the ten day moving average was the short term moving average versus long-term. We're finally crossing over. The short term moving average is in a long term moving averages. E you see this blue line right here is starting to sway up. What that means is once you see that blue line cross above the red line. You'll see an uptrend right now on the Dow every new high higher than the previous high. So we almost gotten back all of our gains that we've lost since November will be. Let's say you're looking at the s and p guys if we could because the S and P tells a very similar stories is five hundred stocks. Also now has crossed over the long term moving average and the search for moving average about the same. So if this were a stock case, if we were looking at this as let's say, let's say you're looking at a chart for apple. Okay. This blue line. Here is a short term moving average, the red lines long term moving average, the dotted line is where the stocks trading as soon as the stock is trading. A Bob the red and blue line after the line crosses above. That's a strong by. So if I were to put it this way, just a regular soccer looking at right? I would call this a watch or a whole right here. Because over the next few days could very well. Be not only a by. But a strong. Hey,.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In the program, Kenneth Wagner. President general counsel for a company called pharma sites. Biotech and they're working on. Pretty amazing stuff cancers. Always good to talk to a CEO public counseling. How often? And you might be wondering where rusty nails. Thankfully, he's been gone on week. He'll be back next week Russia's headlining on a cruise line this week doing his own show to go. We'll talk later. In the meantime, Dow Jones as all looking good today. We'll get numbers specifically just a few minutes, but along Gorin along with security token summit originally with us join us a couple of years ago when we first met him he was with crowd. Invest summit. And of course, he started learning specifically about the blockchain, and he's putting on these fantastic events in southern California where where he attracts people from all over the world to talk about raising capital and such through through coin offerings. And and this is this is what you call the digital security space. This is what you call the technology financial technology sector, and he's he's not only an expert in the crowd funding space, but he's become the go-to in the cyber cyber financing space. I would I would say. Alon what has changed the most in your mind with these with this crypto currency or last year? But last year, we talked with this. It was all about bitcoin cerium light coin everything else, but it has gone beyond that hasn't it. Yeah. It's it's been crazy. So you know, it was the wild west or awhile. You saw these companies coming through that that clearly we're doing things in an unregulated fashion and most of them were totally above board. And we're doing things for the right reasons, and we're doing what we hope to would be legal with crowdfunding, but wasn't technically legal. And so they thought they were circumventing the process with with crypto and with their ICO's. But like we've talked about and argued on the show many times. You have to do things the right way, and you have to do things in a regulated fashion in in this industry. So that's where the security token term was born whether you call them digital security security, tokens or or smarter securities. They're essentially digital versions of securities and hopefully optimized because they're using blockchain technology. So so so, for example, it privately held company starting a widget manufacturing company instead of issuing shares which they normally would do in any even if public. Consumption. If they're privately held, you can't trade those shares. However, let's talk about a privately held company that issues tokens or crypto or or digital securities as opposed to as opposed to shares of stock. What is the real difference there because one's a stock certificate and one is a digital certificate? Right. Yeah. Well, it's technically from from a high level. It's it's not different. And that's why is coming altogether. From from what we discussed in the crowd funding world, right? We used to talk about reggae class, Brian regulation. Crowdfunding ready offerings all our different ways of staying on lines on raising. So let me let me stop second. Because reggae plus was a part of the jobs act under the Obama administration whereby the idea was to make it easier for companies to raise capital through through through the securities industry whereby you could bring in more people you can actually advertise for the funding with proper disclosure, so so just just so we're not talking above their heads Alonso reggae. Plus, you it's been around for a long time reggae, which is which is which is interesting. What's his interesting sort of waited? But this is all about raising money for companies is an odd. That's really what it comes down to exactly it's hopefully a more efficient way to raise money for company away that's cheaper for the company and away the and more people can participate. So that we all have. Access to it. You know, the promise of democratization of capital from the jobs act is is getting getting closer and closer to happening with things like this is the SEC FINRA actively involved in an initial coin offering as they would be an IPO initial public offering when you're talking security tokens. Yes. So people are Preregister reggae plus deals. You're going to see that for the first time this year where the actual regulated security is is traded on the blockchain. So there's actually been a few companies that have gone the traditional route and have token is their deals, and those deals are for accredited investors, only, they're not for the general public. But we're going to have those people at our event, actually the first four are venture capital. Sons talk about the event coming up security token summit coming up in April. So we as you know, we do crypto invest summit you've been married. It's incredible. We also now are going to do a more intimate than at the Ritz Carlton. Call security token side and security token summits going to focus on all aspects of security in your company on digitizing, your fundraise and raising money online. So it's it's a lot of because of the intimate nature of the event. We're going to limit it to five hundred attendees instead of the six thousand plus Herat crypto. Oh, invest we're going to have it's going to be more institutional. Focus more regulation, focus. We're going to have regulators. They're going to have lawyers that we're gonna have accountants not actual companies who have raised money in this way wants raise money. I have to tell you you guys. You guys are keeping up with technology faster than technology companies are keeping up at technology. Once again, his name is Alon Goren Alon born with security token, summit dot com. And you can you can register online. We'll have him Alonzo regular guest here. So we played a talk about in the months to come before we get over there. But. I can tell.

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Biz Talk Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Next week as well because certainly emails from other shows on the network wanting to have him come and talk about it until you what kind of message is getting out for. All right. Let's say quick look at the numbers before we get to Alon Alon Goren, by the way, of course, is the first fat crowdfunding experts. So we ever talked to in this program. You can us in the second look at the Dow Jones up three hundred seventeen points one point two five percent. Nasdaq up eighty six seventy one seventy. As well as the and P. I'll tell you. What's interesting? It's happening on the market here. Especially with the Dow Jones. If you look at the ten day moving average was the short term moving average versus long-term. We're finally crossing over. The short term moving average is in the long term moving averages. E you see this blue line right here is starting to sway up. What that means is once you see that blue line cross above the red line. You'll see an uptrend right now on the Dow every new high higher than the previous high. So we've almost gotten back all of our gains that we've lost since November. Will be released in September. Let's say you look at the s and p guys if we could because the P tells them, very similar stories is five hundred stocks. Also now has crossed over the long term moving average and the movie about the same. So if this were a stock. Okay. So if we were looking at this as let's say, let's say you're looking at a chart for apple. Okay. This blue line. Here's a short term moving average, the red lines long term moving average, the dotted line is where the stocks trading as soon as the stock is trading above the red and blue line after the blue line crosses above. That's a strong by. So if I were to put it this way, just a regular stock. You're looking at right. I would call this a watch a hold right here. Because over the next few days could very well be not only a by. But a strong by. So there you go. Hey,.

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"alon  goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It's gonna join us Alon Goren. Crown? Invest summit dot com was his first website. And I believe I believe they've changed the name of that. Because it's now security token summit because they have they have not only encompass the crowd funding space. They've also. Encompass the cybersecurity space. He's a pioneer in the financial technology sector. Did you never think you'd see here? The words financial technology here. He is a lot. How are you, sir? Great to have you today. Marie to me back. So. Good. So you started as a crowd funding expert at very quickly learned that you could intersect crowdfunding with cyber with with crypto currency. How did that happen? How did how did that transition happen with you? So I was a nurse for the crypto stuff early on. You know me. So we as a team building exercise when we were doing a crowdfunding startup actually mind some crypto just for fun with the team, and it quickly escalated and over time the crowd funding space was sort of utilized in hijacked by the crypto space with all the crazy ICO's over the last couple of years. So now, people are doing them compliantly, and they're taking securities actual securities governed by law. And putting them on the blockchain and basically making them more efficient and more transparent. Hey, explain for our listeners who still don't really understand the relationship between blockchain cryptocurrency talk about that. Because as I understand it the blockchain is the infrastructure by which the crypto currencies traded. Yeah. Exactly. So blockchain is to give it as a as a database where transactions are held it's a really advanced database that tracks everything and people immutable. Basically that just means that you can't go back and do some funny accounting and change change transactions. After the fact so pudding securities putting investments and putting things like that on the blockchain means that it's easier to track it's easier to trace regulations, hopefully, we'll be baked into what we're calling smart securities of the future. And and that means that you know, you can transact quickly and easily online the way we always wanted to with crowd Sunday, but you had to deal with with human interaction, and you still do for. But we're hoping the future means that things are streamlined and better so talk about there's this verification mining process that goes on I think that is that is that is pretty confusing from. Most people talk about how transactions are actually verified because that's a piece of this. Right. Yes. So what we're seeing is. I'm a bitcoin side and the transaction side with with all of these is that every time a transaction occurs. There are minors verify the transaction the point of this is so that there is consensus. And so that there can be fraud and assistance. Consensus means it happened. I give you a dollar you hand me a potato. We put it on the blockchain. It means. It actually happened because people are actually witnessing to that. Correct. Exactly. Thousands of people are verifying that transaction. So if somebody wanted to commit fraud that would be an anomaly in the system, and that would be thrown away. So my question my question is is these these miners, I believe are those called minors. If they do that, the people that verify this. Yeah. In the big acquaintance. Crypto a lot of the networks called minor today. Take a little piece of the action is that is that is that what what incense them to do that they do different Blockchain's work differently. But ver- basic purposes. Yeah, they they get that's how they earn their bitcoin or their crypto stay right there along Goren. The crowd funding expert, the crypto expert the. If you know what I see or token is he's going to tell you this one.

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Biz Talk Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"alon goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We only got a minute left. Anyway. So this is what I want you to do from the conference. I want you to give something back. Maybe we can catch a couple of minutes at the end of the show here. I honestly I mean, we do I mean maybe in a half hour. Give us a call because. Racist. Good at that. Check back in with Riggs. With origin clear on his way to the crypto. Invest summit. Our good friend Alon Goren tomorrow. I had no idea that they were he probably doesn't even know that know him. He said I'm going to go to this. I'm going to introduce them. Is there a connection there to hook up going? Meantime. They're already a can we just take a long look who wouldn't wanna bring you back to gentler time. Time. Ignoring the jeers of the other kids in the playground. Rusty nails. Just inventing inventing. Didn't have much for personal life. Accident. Figuring hands. Shock teacher. And we just take a quick look at big this show dot com. Go towards Lord Russell industry page because it's really the commerce economic impacts and the job. Well, job creation job creation. I mean, one number one. Well, under ten thousand it all started with ice cream on which is my favorite dessert. What's basically? Not a bad deal little problem because he's using Krispy Kreme donuts. Great idea ice cream donuts, really quick dispenser was something that was very shortly. And then the gun format was something that I gave him the idea for Randy. Laundry and gun. Diet scotch very big skill and now available with gin and vodka. And tell me again what you do. You do a lot of people like a little adult beverage. Chevy up because it's really concentrated in there. But. Diet products. This diet scotches is easy to make you put more extra. Glad enhanced it's for the same amount of Scott. Floor. Diet. That's deluded Coors. Lord. Russell indicating regular Coors beer, dump water. You remember the dog cleanup system? It's not just a it's a system. I used it this morning Bob really with this hand. And there was no dog involved scare helpful. We'll tell you later continued the other one one of my favorites. Credit crimes that Kuku. Nutty? Cocoa snack from the king of snacks. Lord. Russell. It. Never has the Lord Russell innocent ever sucks. Cooking. In the in the coffee room. Now, notice we've got to cut back on it. Since the holidays me Cuervo, great holiday toy. Elmar Elmo we introduce that today.

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