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[e27 Podcast] ICOs will co-exist with venture capital, says Datum CEO Roger Haenni

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In this edition of the e27 podcast, we digress a bit from the usual “do not talk about work” topic

“Data is the new oil.”

Recall that a few weeks back, I wrote about Datum, a data marketplace that runs on the Ethereum blockchain. In this podcast, I have a chat with Roger Haenni, co-founder and CEO of Datum, and he shares about privacy, artificial intelligence, ICOs and venture capital, as well as moving all the way from Switzerland to Hong Kong a decade back.

Also read: For Datum’s Theo Valich, universal basic income can be addressed through a data marketplace

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The takeaway: Running a blockchain company is hard work, and Roger finds joy in spending as much time with his family (3 year old kid and all) as he can.

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