Lockdown sparks international collaboration on blockchain book

Ash Costello and Kate Baucherel, authors of What's Hot in Blockchain & Crypto

Two blockchain advocates have come together to produce a new series of inspiring success stories from around the world. What’s Hot in Blockchain & Crypto takes you on a global journey along the cutting edge of a transformative technology, meeting the people behind some of the most inspiring and innovative applications of blockchain. This first collection of seventeen fireside chats includes Genevieve Leveille of AgriLedger, whose work is transforming the lives of farmers in Haiti; Jeff Zirlin of Axie Infinity, the game which is providing real incomes for players in the Philippines; Charlie Northrup, architect of the Universal Framework of Things; and Walid Al Saqqaf whose initiatives in conservation with Re:Gen are reinforcing the concept of blockchain for good.

Former Blockchain Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Linda Goetze said, “This is an inspiring glimpse behind the hype, showing us how businesses are embracing the opportunities of blockchain and cryptocurrency to create new business models and solve real problems.”

The series is the brainchild of Ash Costello, a privacy and investment funds lawyer who advises international entities on privacy for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. She wanted to know about the latest emerging projects in blockchain technology and realised there was a gap in the market. Ash met established emerging technology author Kate Baucherel through women in blockchain network The Bigger Pie, and the two collaborated to launch the book in time for Paris Blockchain Week, 8-9 December. This is only the first in the series – work has already begun on the next volume, due for publication in March 2021,

What’s Hot in Blockchain and Crypto – Volume 1‘ by Ash Costello and Kate Baucherel, with a foreword by Linda Goetze, is now available on Amazon Kindle worldwide. If you have a groundbreaking project that could be featured in a future edition, please get in touch.