CryptoCanary, consolidating community reviews and research to help beginners avoid crypto scams
Kevin Ting, Founder & CEO of CryptoCanary, a peer-to-peer online resource offering crypto investors access to hundreds of cryptocurrency reviews enabling them to make informed decisions and quickly identify bogus coin offerings joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kevin Ting discuss the following:
- Can you tell us more about yourself and your journey into the cryptocurrency and blockchain world?
- What was the inspiration behind CryptoCanary?
- Why are these scammy or illegitimate projects such a big problem for the crypto world?
- How does CryptoCanary aim to solve these problems?
- Is CryptoCanary just about helping people to avoid scams? Or can it help crypto users in other ways as well?
- I understand you’re working with Polyient Labs. We’ve actually interviewed Nick Casares, Polyient’s product director, on two occasions. Can you talk a little bit about Polyient?
- Where are you at right now with CryptoCanary and what are you focused on in the upcoming future?
- So, earlier you founded Bitcoin for Beginners. Can you tell our listeners a little bit about that project?
- What would say is the biggest misconception or misunderstanding about Bitcoin? How about cryptocurrencies in general? What should the general public know about cryptocurrencies?
- How do you see this space evolving in the next 5-10 years?
Kevin Ting is the founder of CryptoCanary, a community-powered reviews platform where users can share their experiences and find the information they need regarding thousands of crypto projects.
He founded CryptoCanary in 2018 as a resource for crypto investors seeking insight to make better-informed decisions in the crypto world. Prior to launching
CryptoCanary, Ting founded Bitcoin for Beginners, an educational platform created to help teach people the ins and outs of the crypto world. Launched in 2017, Bitcoin for Beginners already has a community made up of more than 100,000 members.
Before pursuing his own entrepreneurial efforts, he spent several years in Silicon Valley at tech companies including ShoreTel and HealthCrowd.
Ting earned his Master’s degree from UCLA and his Bachelor’s degree from Rice University.
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