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The Tatiana Show - Frederick Steinmann, Lyn Ulbricht, Chris Eley & Rafael Hauxley

Published on October 1st, 2018 by TatianaMoroz

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This week we had a lot of action, a lot of fun, and a lot of guests spanning a variety of topics.  Special thanks to our sponsor Stamps.com. Use the code ”Moroz” to get the promo from the show. We had our friend Lyn Ulbricht back on to give us the latest update on Ross.  We remind everyone to sign the petition to help him get clemency for his double life sentence for all non-violent charges, which you can find here. 

Frederick, who is a relatively new, but very cool friend came on the show talking about Mondo.NYC which focused on music and tech.  As a performer and panelist, I was really excited to learn more about what to expect. Fred is really enthusiastic and I look forward to having him back on!

Chris told me all about the latest news at the LTB Network, as well as the upcoming Nashville conference Distributed Health (https://health.distributed.com/).  He has great energy, just like the rest of the BTC Media team.  Plus, who doesn’t love Nashville!

Finally, Rafael told us all about what it’s like to live life off of one bitcoin!  What a whirlwind of travel, we can’t wait till his video is released. Learn where to support him and possibly gain visibility for your brand with the links below.  

About the Guests:

Lyn Ulbricht is the mother of Ross Ulbricht, a peaceful 33-year old and alleged creator of the Silk Road website. Ross was sentenced to double life without parole for all non-violent charges.

Since Ross’ arrest Lyn has strived to direct awareness beyond the sensationalism to issues at stake and how the case impacts freedom in the digital age. She has spoken at numerous events; appeared on many TV, radio and podcast shows, including Reason TV, CNN, HuffPost Live and Fox; and conducted interviews with major and alternative media, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The Guardian. She is also featured in the documentary Deep Web.  

When not working to raise awareness, Lyn focuses on raising funds for Ross’s appeal through www.freeross.org

Frederick Steinmann has advised early stage tech, media and crypto companies in matters of accounting, finance, tax, strategy and business development.  From 2004-2007 Fred worked at Cohn Reznick on music, media, tech and hospitality clients. At the 7 years Fred spent at Blackstone implemented technology and processes to scale from a private company to a public company and was a key member of the finance team.  Fred first learned about Ethereum in 2016, but did not buy, at a crowd funding conference at Baruch College. In October 2017 Fred decided to go all in with implementation of Blockchain technology to rebuild the Financial infrastructure in the Media & Entertainment industries.  It is Fred’s mission to find new ways to discover talent and create new financial eco system. Fred joined Mondo.NYC in February 2017 and is a partner responsible to find and develop business relationships, operations, strategy and finance.

Christopher Eley is a chemist turned nuclear engineer, turned web developer, turned crypto sales guy.

Rafael Hauxley traveled around the world … On 1 Bitcoin. 18 countries, 12 months, 1 Bitcoin.

Rafael was born in Poland, grew up in Portland. Just a few letters different — but worlds apart. He learned about Bitcoin in 2011 — he didn’t understand until all the way in 2017. Since then he dedicated his resources, passion, and curiosity to the blockchain — and how it’ll give people around the world true financial freedom.

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