In this Episode
Doug Pepe, co-founder of Mango Farm, talks with Rob McNealy about the tokenization of physical assets, the SEC, and accredited investor laws.
About Doug Pepe
Douglas J. Pepe is teaches Blockchain Law and Policy at The George Washington University School of Law in Washington, D.C. He is an attorney and partner at Joseph Hage Aaronson LLC and co-founder of Mango Farm Assets, building asset tokenization software on the Ravencoin blockchain.
In This Episode
In this podcast, Rob McNealy interviews Tron Black, the lead developer for Ravencoin.
About Tron Black
Tron Black is an entrepreneur and founder of two startups which both sold to publicly traded companies. Since 2013, Tron has been working in the crypto-currency space as a miner, developer, investor, and trader. He was one of the first four employees of t0 (tzero), and helped issue the first publicly traded SEC acknowledged parallel crypto-equity for Overstock.com and the world’s first crypto bond offering. He worked for ANX International, a Fintech company located in Hong Kong which runs a Bitcoin exchange, and offers Bitcoin Debit cards.
Tron is currently a Principal Developer for Medici Ventures which invests in a portfolio of companies including Factom, Bitt, Ripio, SettleMint, and Spera. Tron has given crypto-currencies to hundreds of people to help increase awareness of how value now moves as easily as e-mail. He’s written articles about Bitcoin, Monero, Dash and Ravencoin, and been featured on several crypto-currency podcasts. He has been a panelist at an international blockchain conference and regularly gives talks on crypto-currency topics. Tron is currently an advisor to TZero, and the lead developer for Ravencoin which is both a crypto-currency, and a crypto-asset platform.