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Exclusive video interviews with AIM-listed MySQUAR CEO Eric Schaer, NEX-listed Coinsilium CEO Eddy Travia, Kryptonite1 CEO George Mcdonaugh, and My Pay CEO Mark Carter.

Wednesday 11th October 2017


MySQUAR CEO talks latest revenue numbers and strategy for Myanmar social media platform

Eric Schaer, CEO of Myanmar-language social media platform MySQUAR talks to us about about paying down loan notes, raising money for acquisitions, revenue number confusion and the Rohyinga crisis.

Coinsilium CEO Eddy Travia on investing in much-hyped blockchain technologies

Eddy Travia, CEO of crypro Incubator fund NEX-listed Coinsilium, explains the latest much-hyped asset class of Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain and Tokens - and why investing in his incubator fund is 'one way to gain exposure to this new market whilst spreading risk'.

Mark Carter, My Pay CEO, a Singapore-based mobile payments supplier

Mark Carter CEO runs a mobile and online payments business called My Pay, a wholesale provider of payment services for social media operators based in Singapore. My Pay have a commercial agreement to supply mobile payment services to several million MySQUAR users in Myanmar. My Pay hopes to go public in the future.

George Mcdonaugh, CEO Kryptonite1, a NEX-listed 'Token Economy' early stage investor

George McDonaugh runs Kryptonite1, a NEX-listed early stage investor in the 'Token Economy'. With 200 token/ICO launches just in October, this has become big business, and the fund invests in likely token floats, often both getting it's return back early and then continuing to hold a token stake in the project. Has a new electronic bubble economy just arrived?

Catch up with what was said at the Technology Investor Evening here.

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