Interviewer Tough on Tron While Andrew Yang Owns the Podium at Consensus
While many come to Consensus to see new developments and projects, it is not without its own blockchain drama. Heres a quick highlight of what happened at Consensus.
Justin Suns session at the main stage of Consensus was a thrilling and highly anticipated event. Sun is the CEO of Tron, a project with recurrent accusations of questionable behaviour from the community.
Interviewer Pete Rizzo, was having none of that and wanted Sun to get his story straight. One of the accusations against Tron was that they didnt do anything new, was it a strategy not to innovate? Asked Rizzo. This was one of the many questions for which Justin Sun stumbled in words in the absence of concrete answers, which was his go to strategy throughout the interview. One of the major accusations against Tron is that project started with a plagiarized whitepaper, Rezzo, wanted to dig deeper.
What do you have to say about the plagiarized whitepaper?
Trying to find words, Sun says that his teams English was not very good so it was a translation problem, and from the crowd you could hear some ironic laughs.
Andrew Yang preceded Justin Sun in a much more lighthearted conversation with the Internet Candidate:
The opposite of Trump is an Asian president that likes Math
The crowd seemed to approve the Presidential Candidates message that had much to say about blockchain technology stating for example that this community was at the vanguard of the evolution of the species.
Yang talked about his views on the world. On how data is the new oil, how non-traditional media such as the Joe Rogan Experience is seen 10 times more than traditional cable news and how one of his slogans could be: Make America Think Harder
Overview of interesting projects found at Consensus 2019
We cant forget the core of what Consensus is about, new developments and projects. We picked 3 projects that stood out for us.
Lets start with Chainalisys, a company that has been making headlines for its work on tracking projects in order to clean the system of many frauds and scams. Chainalysis is back in the news with the headline:
33% of all Ether is owned by only 376 individuals
Why we like it: Projects like Chainalysis have the potential to eliminate many of the bad actors and bring more transparency to the community.
An interesting project that caught our eye was RoninAi. A common theme of conversation at Consensus was Ai on blockchain, and RoninAi wants to help beginner and advanced traders in Crypto with custom AI signals.
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