DCentral – Miami: Michael Huynh and Eric Spivak

By Jennifer Johnson Jennifer Johnson has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
Published on February 24, 2023

Introducing Grit Daily’s Startup Show, hosted by Sebastian Rusk! This podcast features candid conversations with ambitious entrepreneurs and industry leaders, giving a voice to the underdog, and inspiring audiences to break free from the traditional box of education. In this episode, Michael Huynh takes a frank look at blockchain technology, urging educational reform and advocating for free, accessible information. Meanwhile, Eric Spivak speaks on the unique opportunity that comes with digital knowledge and the power of education. Join Sebastian Rusk as he continues to open the floor to inspiring conversations with these dynamic tech professionals. Tune in to the Grit Daily Startup Show!

Key Takeaways:

  • The Power of Taking Action: Empowering the Underdog
  •  The Lack of US Companies Focusing on Cryptocurrency Development
  •  The Uncertainty of Block Trade in the Future
  •  The Benefits of Entrepreneurship in Asia Compared to the US Education System
  •  Dropping Out of High School to Make Money Through Online Gaming
  •  Free Access to Information.

Topics with Timestamps:

[00:03:16] The Empowerment of Taking Action: Giving Power to the Underdog

[00:06:43] A Scarcity of US Companies Concentrating on Cryptocurrency Development

[00:09:50] The Possibilities of Block Trade in the Future

[00:13:12] The Advantages of Introducing Innovative Solutions to Challenges

[00:16:55] Brands Launching into Digital Channels with a Focus on Revenue.

[00:19:49] Comparing the Benefits of Entrepreneurship in Asia to those of the US Education System

[00:22:48] Skipping High School to Earn Money Through Online Gaming

[00:25:50] Access to Information Free of Charge.

Notable Quotes:

“We wanted it to be where the little guy actually gets a voice.” 

“The blunt truth of crypto and what Webroot is all about is that there are big players in here. And you have to make sure that you are not overleveraging yourselves.” 

“I think with that level of adoption and adaptation and how to overcome adversity, that’s what you’re seeing in this space. You’re seeing a lot of really, really, really intelligent individuals creating solutions for problems that we’ve not had a whole new trick up our sleeve to play with.”

“It’s bigger than rap. It’s much more than commerce and transactional and financial shifts. It’s a global shift and a format change.” 

By Jennifer Johnson Jennifer Johnson has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team

Jennifer Johnson is an Operations Specialist and Booking Producer at Grit Daily.

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