NICHOLAS FINCH: We just did our first coin sale on March 12.
It was our first ever coin sale, but it was really successful.
It raised $8 million in its first two days.
The market cap was around $10 billion.
How did it all come together?
It was a huge event for us.
It opened the door for a lot of other people to start getting involved.
And the more people who saw what we had, the more they were intrigued about getting into it.
What do you think is the biggest misconception people have about the cryptocurrency space?
We think that a lot more people are not familiar with the concept of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
I think the most important thing is that they don’t think that blockchain is an alternative to bitcoin.
Bitcoin is the currency.
It’s the foundation.
If you want to use it for anything else, then it’s not really blockchain.
You can use it to pay for stuff, but you can’t use it as an alternative currency.
We don’t believe that’s the case.
We think blockchain technology is an important part of cryptocurrency.
What is the current state of the crypto world?
The cryptocurrency market is booming.
Over the last few months, we have seen a lot.
There are over $1 trillion in digital assets that are being created right now.
The amount of cryptocurrencies that have been created is growing at a really amazing rate.
And that’s because of a couple of factors.
First, there is a tremendous amount of interest and a tremendous number of companies that are building products around cryptocurrencies.
Second, it’s becoming more mainstream and easier to get into and more mainstream for people to buy into.
And third, people are starting to realize that the idea of the blockchain is not new.
There’s a lot going on in the space.
What are the biggest challenges for cryptocurrency in the future?
We are seeing a lot [of] new companies coming in, and a lot new businesses.
The biggest challenges we have right now are that they have to get their product out there, and that the product needs to be scalable, and there’s a number of things that are going on at the moment that are not scalable, that are very, very complex, that require a lot to be done.
For example, the blockchain network is so big that it requires huge amounts of computing power to run.
They can’t scale that network, because it’s so large.
What we’re seeing right now is the emergence of new companies like BitPay and Bitstamp.
The more people see that they can do these types of things, the greater the demand for their products and services.
We see companies like Coinbase, who are doing a lot in the area of cross-border payments, and also some smaller businesses.
What have you learned from your time in this space?
It’s hard to describe.
It is incredibly interesting.
The challenges we are seeing right right now aren’t the biggest challenge.
They’re just the things that we’re working on right now that are making it a little easier.
And we think it’s going to get even easier, because the demand is there.
How will the world of cryptocurrency evolve?
It depends on the future.
I would say the future is definitely the same.
People are just learning about it more and more.
The only thing that we see is that the demand will only grow.
And I think that the way that it’s grown is because of the incredible innovation that’s happening.
There has been a lot that we haven’t been able to see because it has been too difficult to create something that is truly new and truly scalable.
There have been so many things that have happened that have changed how we think about it.
For instance, it was just not possible to make a product that was secure, or that was truly decentralized, or a completely anonymous product.
These things are the things we’re really trying to build.
How has the industry changed?
I can say with confidence that the market cap of bitcoin has gone through the roof, which is very impressive.
It goes from about $1 billion to almost $20 billion in the last year.
It has gone from about 4,000,000 coins to more than 20 million.
The number of cryptocurrencies, they’re going to go up by leaps and bounds.
The reason that I’m saying that is because I think it will be very hard for us to build something that isn’t secure.
And then the number of transactions that we can do will go up exponentially, as well.
How do you see the blockchain industry in the coming years?
We will be seeing more and less of it.
I don’t know what it’s gonna look like in the next five years, but in the not-so-distant future, there will be fewer people, and fewer businesses, and less companies.
But I think for the long-term, we are going to see a lot different things.
What’s your advice for new cryptocurrency investors?
I would recommend that