Rachel Cook, Founder/CEO at Seeds, is one of 40 world-class blockchain gaming speakers appearing at Blockchain Gamer Connects San Francisco on May 14-15. To hear her speak in person, book your ticket now!
Q: What do you do?
A: I founded Seeds, which allows you to ask the blockchain for help, and receive it as a gift – no strings attached.
Q: What makes you most excited for blockchain gaming?
A: I’m excited about what blockchain can do to completely transform the world as we know it, so for me, it’s bigger than gaming. I can see blockchain tech transcending the economic system as we know it, and therefore rendering it obsolete, in a short amount of time.
Q: What are your thoughts on the way the sector has grown in the last 12 months?
A: I think the way the regulatory world has closed in on tokens has made things a lot more boring, but the old guard ultimately will not win, no matter what they try to do.
Q: What major trends do you predict for blockchain gaming in the next 12 months?
A: I don’t see any specific trends in blockchain gaming itself. Anything going on is economic-adjacent, I’d say, because blockchain tech can’t directly facilitate gaming on the chain, or anything even close, just yet because of issues relating to speed. But 2018 will be a big year for addressing scalability issues in the Etheream world as I understand, anyway. So we’ll see!
Q: Which part of Blockchain Gamer Connects/PGC San Francisco are you most looking forward to and why?
A: Discussing how blockchain can eliminate all of the institutions that make our lives worse and finding other folks who are excited about that as well. I’m stoked on that.
Don’t miss your chance to hear Cook take part in the panel session, The Future Of Blockchain And Its Use In Games, at Blockchain Gamer Connects San Francisco, at 16:40 on Tuesday May 15. Book your ticket now!
About The Speaker
Rachel Cook is the founder of Seeds, which allows you to ask the blockchain for help, and receive it as a monetary gift, with no strings attached. Seeds competed in Techcrunch Disrupt Battlefield in 2016, went through the Techstars startup accelerator in New York in 2015, and was a part of the Boost VC Bitcoin startup accelerator in 2014. Rachel was a futures and equities trader in Chicago and New York, and is a graduate of Duke University. She is currently homeless while awaiting the building of a shipping crate house in Southern California.
About Blockchain Gamer Connects San Francisco
More than 400 blockchain gaming delegates will gather at the Bespoke venue on May 14-15 for Blockchain Gamer Connects San Francisco. Over the two days of the event, there will be 40 expert speakers addressing the key issues for the blockchain gaming industry, from global trends and new tech to tips, tricks and strategies. Tickets are selling fast, so don’t miss out – get yours now!