Is This the Way to Have a "Private Sector UBI"?
According to Jonathan Padilla, CEO and founder of Snickerdoodle, you can sell your data using blockchain technology.
In this Unchained Premium interview, Laura talks with Jonathan Padilla, CEO and founder of Snickerdoodle, who discussed the difficulty of launching a Web3 business without data, the value proposition of Snickerdoodle, his views on crypto regulation, and much more!
how Jonathan got into crypto and what he did before he founded Snickerdoodle
what are the problems that Snickerdoodle is trying to solve and how they try to give users the ability to lease their data
why Jonathan claims that they solved a big infrastructure problem in web3
what chains the protocol is supporting, and the plans for the future
why they are focused on working with 'key partners,' rather than using a B2C growth strategy
how much money customers can expect by selling their data to other companies
the ambitious goal of becoming a private-sector UBI
how Snickerdoodle intended to design the protocol in a way so that people cannot be doxed
what is Snickerdoodle's business model
whether US Senators are reticent to deal with crypto
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What is a behind-the-scenes interview?
Behind-the-scenes interviews have long been part of my journalistic process. With only 100 episodes of Unchained slots per year, it's impossible to fit every project, creator, or builder into the editorial calendar. However, I love to learn about the latest developments in crypto, so I usually conduct a few such interviews per month with projects who I might want to have on an episode.
These chats usually last 30 minutes and I rarely do much research or write questions for them -- so get ready for tons of straightforward questions and more banter than you might find in an Unchained episode.
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