It was a real treat to finally meet FinTech Silicon Valley’s Pemo Theodore in person. We’ve spoken on the phone and her Twitter account (@pemo) is a wonderful resource for the latest news in the blockchain world, but this was the first time we were face to face.
This interview was a prelude to the main stage panel discussions that evening at Blockchain Music and Media last week in San Francisco. We chatted about everything from the roots of my music career and influences, how cryptocurrency can help support artists and musicians, and what’s next for crypto.
There are more photos from our panel on the FinTech Facebook page here. and the video from the full panel is below, featuring me, Ryan Klaus (CoCEO, Matter), Michelle Munson (CoFounder/CEO, Eluvio), Michael Johns (Founder, Digital Mind State), Jim Gatto (Partner, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP), B-Legit (CoFounder, Sick With It Records), and journalist Phil Jeudy.
I cannot say thank you enough to FinTech for their support of this event, and for bringing together so many thought leaders from both the music and crypto space. It was an honor to be a part of it.
Next on the agenda: Bitcoin Magazine’s Annual Conference, also in San Francisco. Hope to see you there!