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Crypto and Blockchain Talk - Making You Smarter

Crypto and Blockchain Talk - Making You Smarter

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Crypto and Blockchain Talk is a podcast for everyone who is new to the crypto and blockchain space. If you are you lost in the world of cryptocurrencies and you don’t know the difference between a chain-gang and the blockchain then this online podcast is for you!
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What do you do after working at NASA, Boeing, and Samsung? You open a company called Shrimpy.io and make a crypto exchange trading bot for portfolio management, indexing the market, rebalancing, and strategy backtesting! Join Michael McCarty, the CEO of Shrimpy and me, Aviva Ounap, as we discuss how the cryptocurrency market is shaping the personal finance space and thought that the next big wave in the crypto market will be crypto brokerages. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
The former CTFC Chairman, J. Christopher Giancarlo, and Accenture have launched a "Think Tank" To digitize the U.S Dollar, but does this really need to be organized outside of government departments and their employees? Is the next step that Amazon will be leading a "Think Tank" on minting and issuing US Dollars and Euros? They already print books, so hey, why not? Also, they are looking at amending the requirements for accredited investors, but what will that mean for US investors? Furthermore, if more people invest in crypto, how do the tax regulations apply to them? Join me, Aviva Ounap and Ben Jessel, writer for Forbes.com for this podcast as we look at these topics, and even have a bit of a laugh!
I love the smell of a legitimate project, which is the reason why I found this podcast topic to be of interest. Lightnet, a project based on the Stellar blockchain, will apparently be moving $50 Billion of International Payments by 2022 by targeting the Southeast Asian region. But I never heard of it, until this morning. That is not normal as usually projects like this are splashed everywhere, or at least that is the way that we do it in the marketing world. What is even more interesting is that Lightnets’ CEO is Mike Kennedy previously founded Zelle, a digital payments network which processes over $75bn in transactions on an annual basis. They are actually launching this platform now, as in Q1 of 2020, which raises the question, what marketing have they done to this region, what is the plan to gain traction for the use of this platform, and will it be as successful as Zelle. Why Stellar? Join me and Forbes.com writer Ben Jessel and learn about a project which may be my new case study in marketing a financial platform. Here is a link to the article which attracted my interest: https://www.forbes.com/sites/benjessel/2020/01/15/lightnet-targets-moving-50bn-annually-in-international-payments-on-the-stellar-blockchain-network/ SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Mattias Bergstrom, CEO of Quantum1Net has been right about many things, so how will his predictions for the next decade fare? Join me, Aviva Õunap, as I talk to Mattias about some of his thoughts on developments within the tech space over the next ten years and have a chat about general related topics. Plus, when am I getting my quantum blessed tricorder? We have a little wager on when this will appear in my hot little hands! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Being financially savvy is important these days, and ETFs have been around for a while. But what are they? And what do they have to do with crypto and blockchain? Tune in and listen to me, Aviva Õunap and Forbes.com writer Ben Jessel explain what ETFs are and what they do, and how it may impact you and investments in the future. One thing is that during this podcast we mention two of the more popular indices, the S&P 500 and the Russell 2000, and I wanted to put more information here for you to read so that you would be able to look anyone in the eye as they talked about ETPs and indices. Thank you, Investopedia! The Standard & Poor's 500 (S&P 500) is a market-capitalization, weighted index of some of the largest publicly traded U.S. corporations. Most analysts see the S&P 500 as the best indicator of the U.S. equity market. This index is a commonly used benchmark for many portfolio managers, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds. The three most commonly traded ETFs that track the performance of the S&P 500 index include: 1. State Street’s SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) 2. BlackRock’s iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV) 3. Vanguard’s S&P 500 ETF (VOO) The common theme between all three funds is, of course, the index they track—the S&P 500. Many investors consider this index to be the pulse of the U.S. equity market. It is calculated using the market capitalizations of the 500 largest U.S. companies with stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or the Nasdaq Stock Market. Index constituents are selected by a committee, which takes into account criteria such as market capitalization, liquidity, financial viability, length of trading, and other factors. On the opposite side of the spectrum is the Russell 2000 Index that follows the performance of around 2,000 U.S. small-cap firms. Like the S&P, the index is weighted and regularly serves as a benchmark index. As the name suggests, Russell 2000 ETFs closely track the Russell 2000 Index, which combines 2000 of the small-cap companies in the Russell universe of 3000 stocks. The Russell 3000 tracks nearly 98% of all publicly traded U.S. stocks. Both the S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indexes are market-capitalization-weighted. Unlike the S&P 500 index, however, the securities in the Russell 2000 index are not selected by a committee, but rather through a formula based on their market cap and current index membership. The most notable ETFs tracking the Russell 2000 index, in the order of their significance, are: 1. BlackRock’s iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) 2. Vanguard’s Russell 2000 ETF (VTWO) 3. Direxion Daily Small Cap Bill 3x Shares (TNA) Russell 2000 ETFs may look more attractive than S&P 500 ETFs at the start of a bull market. The Russell 2000 constituents on average are bound to outperform their big brothers in the S&P 500 Index if the uptrend continues. The challenge is the volatility of their returns. So, as an investor, you may be in for a rough ride. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Welcome to a brand new decade, with the same old scams! It may be the roaring '20s all over again, with the SEC coming out of the gates like a lion, looking to pounce on any companies trying to offload their coins and tokens without properly registering them as securities. The SEC has fined BCOT, but they have been kinda nice about it, considering some of the other fines they have dished out! And now, another ICO has oozed out of the swamp, aptly named Hydra after the mythical gigantic water-snake-like monster with nine heads. There have been warnings from Russian sources to not invest as it may be a scam, but how can you be sure? Well, like any project, you have to do your own homework, look at the team, and then if you think the risk is worth it, go for it. But if your stomach is turning like you just ate a bad taco, leave it alone. And sometimes you do your best, but you lose everything, like with QuadirigaCX (for more backstory, please refer back to Episodes 71 and 49). But what is the very latest with QuadrigaCX? Listen today and find out! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
“As alleged, these defendants created a multibillion-dollar ‘cryptocurrency’ company based completely on lies and deceit. They promised big returns and minimal risk, but, as alleged, this business was a pyramid scheme based on smoke and mirrors more than zeroes and ones. Investors were victimized while the defendants got rich.” This statement was released by Manhattan U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman after announcing the arrest of the current leader of the company Onecoin, Konstantin Ignatov, on the 6th May of 2019 at Los Angeles International Airport. Investigators from the Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) branch and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have proven Onecoin to be, in fact, an international pyramid scheme. (Worse than BitConnect? Leader of Billion Dollar Cryptocurrency Pyramid Scam “OneCoin” Arrested, 2019) According to the investigations, from 2014 to 2016, Onecoin conned around 3 million people worldwide by creating a pyramid scheme based on fraudulent claims. By misleading purposely their investors, the organisation has generated around 4 billion US dollars worldwide from victims between the fourth quarter of 2014 and the third quarter of 2016, according to US prosecutors. Onecoin was founded by Ruja Ignatova with her business partner, Sebastian Greenwood in 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Ruja Ignatova assumed the role of CEO until her disappearance in 2017. After her disappearance from the public eye in 2017, her brother, Konstantin Ignatov, inherited the leadership of the company and continued directing it as CEO until his arrest in March of 2019. So where is Ruja? And more importantly, where is their money – and will they ever see it again. Join me as we look at one of the greatest crypto scams to date. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Alan Goodman is not just one of the geniuses behind MTV. He is a branding God, and one who applies his knowledge of branding, marketing and trust to crypto and blockchain. Listen to this fabulous podcast where I, Aviva Ounap, talk to the man who has created global brands from fairy dust, as we explore the world of crypto and blockchain. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Mattias Bergstrom, CEO of Quantum1Net does not fear the future. Nor should you, when people like him are on the scene. Yes, the future of blockchain is still young and confusing for many, and with new technology like Quantum coming onto the scene, what will happen to our lovely blockchain? Yes, Quantum is the hardware and blockchain is a software, but Quantum has amazing capabilities that can really scare blockchain lovers like you and me. But Mattias is light years ahead, and with him on guard, we know that people are out there are thinking light years ahead. Join me, Aviva Õunap, and Mattias Bergstrom as we explore these worlds of Quantum, blockchain, AI and much more! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
I guess it is goodbye, my beautiful night sky… We all know that blockchain needs the internet as parties within a transaction have to be connected to the internet to verify the transaction, and once a transaction is verified then it is broadcast to all of the nodes which are connected on the network. So, having internet access is important. Currently, our internet is delivered through a network of cables lacing the ocean floor. But Elon Musk had an idea, an idea that he implemented at the beginning of 2019, which is to fill our beautiful night sky with satellites. How many you ask? 40,000. Yes, forty thousand. With four zeros. The first lots have already been launched. And he is not the only one who wants to clutter our night skies with more space junk (which does not include the Tesla that he launched into the galaxy as a marketing exercise). Bezos and Branson want to do the same. And other companies are also lining up, and countries. So, multiply that 40,000 by three, at least. Join me, Aviva Ounap, as I talk about what is on my mind, and what is happening to ensure that blockchain thrives, but not at any cost. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
In this episode we talk to Professor Andrew Hacker of Thought, an AI Blockchain company, on all of the good AI will bring to the human, and even non-human, population. We all know how easy it is to find negative articles on AI, as they are written by the dozen daily, but what about the good? And what is the Singularity, exactly? And what will Quantum do to the AI and blockchain landscape? Listen to this podcast and you will find out just what Professor Hacker’s take on all of this is, and perhaps even learn something new that you can use in your everyday conversation. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast   podnews   Castbox   poddtoppen   Feedspot   kimcoin   PodBean   Chartable   LISTEN NOTES    ____________________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
E-RESIDENCY IN ESTONIA? Join me, Aviva Ounap and Marek Herm from Attela.ee as we talk about what the Estonian e-residency program is, plus we discuss some other interesting information surrounding this initiative. To become an e-resident there is an application form, a €100 fee, and a wait until you receive your approval from the government. Estonia’s e-residency initiative offers foreigners the chance to base their business and finances in a country with not even 2 million citizens – but just how effortless is this program? Since 2014, the Estonian program has issued approximately 60,000 e-residency permits for over 6,000 companies operated remotely from 136 countries around the world. E-residents also brought in over €15 million in tax revenue for Estonia, so it really is a great program for the country, but what about the participants? Listen and find out! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
The Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, announced that it has filed an emergency action and obtained a temporary restraining order against the Telegram Group Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary TON Issuer Inc. Telegram raised approximately $1.8 BILLION USD during their ICO, which saw the sale of approximately 2.9 billion of their digital tokens called “Grams” at discounted prices to 171 initial purchasers worldwide, including more than 1 billion Grams to 39 U.S. purchasers. The complaint by the SEC alleges that defendants failed to register their offers and sales of Grams, which are securities, in violation of the registration provisions of the Securities Act of 1933. What will happen next? On a positive note, the SEC granted Paxos Trust Company a no-action relief Monday to settle equity securities trades on a blockchain platform for broker-dealers. Paxos is seeking to modernize the equities settlement process using a regulator-approved blockchain process with Credit Suisse and Société Générale the first two companies to utilize the new Paxos Settlement Service, which will operate on a private and permissioned network. This is great news, but why should you care? A no-action letter is a letter written by the staff members of a government indicating that the staff will not recommend that the agency, which in this case is the SEC, take legal action against the entity or company. We also look at the progress China is making on their own cryptocurrency, and you can bet that the world is watching how this will shape the crypto space. So, join me, Aviva Ounap, host of Crypto and Blockchain Talk, and my guest Jonathan Dunsmoor of Dunsmoor Law, as we explore these topics with an undertone of having some serious fun! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Hot Wallets? Cold Wallets? Which Wallet is the safest? And which is the best for you? Join me as I talk to Craig du Plooy and Karhrman Ziegenbein of Tomoko Discovery, two of the greatest Cyber Detectives in the world as we delve into the topic of Hot and Cold Wallets, which are ways to store your cryptocurrency for safekeeping. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Sim Swaps? "How can this possibly affect me?" you ask yourself... Well, it certainly can, and this type of fraud where your phone is essentially taken over is growing exponentially. SIM swap fraud is a type of account takeover fraud that generally targets a weakness in two-factor authentication and two-step verification, where the second factor or step is an SMS or a call placed to a mobile telephone. The fraud centers around exploiting a mobile phone operator’s ability to seamlessly port a telephone number to a new SIM. This feature is normally used when a customer has lost or had their phone stolen. Attacks like these are now widespread, with cybercriminals using them not only to steal credentials and capture OTPs (one-time passwords) sent via SMS but also to cause financial damage to victims. Join me as I talk to Craig du Plooy and Karhrman Ziegenbein of Tomoko Discovery, two of the greatest Cyber Detectives in the world. SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
It is only the beginning of October and there is so much to talk about! The SEC is making a stand, and their presence is known, by going after a number of companies with gusto. Those companies and individuals include ICOBox.io, Block.one, KIK, and so many more. Join us as we talk about what is happening, as it is only the beginning! In addition, we have a FREE checklist on how to research if an investment is worthwhile. Enjoy this podcast, and remember, protect yourself and your money by doing your due diligence! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
Well, surprise, surprise. After hearing on a news program about the worldwide decline in schools teaching technology, and the parallel decline of students who want to go into tech, I decided to talk to Fran Villalba Segarra of Internxt to find out what he thought about this interesting and quite unbelievable piece of news. Hey Educators! Wake up, and have a listen to our FREE podcast - and if you are in education or a decision-maker in the public sector (educational departments or libraries) and want a free copy of one of the textbooks we have written for schools, email us at education@saviidigital.com. The next generation needs you. Articles we reference: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-48188877 https://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/2017/03/10/design-technology-gcse-axed-nearly-half-schools-survey-finds/ https://www.techuk.org/insights/news/item/15338-decline-in-study-of-computer-science-and-ict-by-gcse-students https://www.insidehighered.com/quicktakes/2019/05/30/college-enrollment-declines-continue https://www.firetech.wa.edu.au/news-and-media/stemunited-launch/ https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/DATE/article/view/1683 https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2019/08/children-s-love-for-stem-on-the-decline-iet-survey-finds/ For more information on Blockwalks 2019 and to see Stefan Junestrand live, please visit www.blockwalks.com and buy your tickets today! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com  
Blockwalks, the only conference in the world dedicated to exploring the topics of Blockchain and Smart Cities for the Public Sector, will have a special speaker at this year’s conference. That speaker is 14-year-old Alexander Knoll, the CEO of Ability App. The Ability App will help people find jobs and accessible places, regardless of the type of disability (cognitive, hearing, vision and mobility). Blockwalks is allowing public sector employees to go FREE this year, in a bid to help educate public sector workers on what blockchain technology means to them and how smart cities offer a better future for everyone involved. Ability App is still in development, but Alexander will be at Blockwalks (www.blockwalks.com) so you can go and meet the tech stars of tomorrow! But join us now as we talk to Alexander and find out what makes him tick (or tech)! For more information on Blockwalks 2019 and to see Stefan Junestrand live, please visit www.blockwalks.com and buy your tickets today! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com  
Extortion, Sextortion, and Crypto! Oh My! Crime has been around from the moment two people existed at the same time on planet Earth. Now that crypto has arrived on the scene, people are using it along with fiat (government-issued currency), gold and other accepted tender to benefit from a number of crimes ranging from simple theft and extortion to murder. Join me, Aviva Ounap, as I talk to Karhrman Ziegenbein and Craig du Plooy of Tomoko Discovery (https://tomokodiscovery.com)  as this modern-day ‘Sherlock Holmes and Watson’ team uncover a number of methods they use to track down modern-day crypto-criminals. Remember, to find out more about what blockchain and cryptocurrency are, have a look at our books, Crypto and Blockchain for Beginners, Meet Bob the Blocktrain, The Beginner’s Guide to Crypto Mining and The  Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Activity Book. For more information on Blockwalks 2019 and to see Stefan Junestrand live, please visit www.blockwalks.com and buy your tickets today! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
We talk to Stefan Junestrand, the renowned CEO and co-founder of Grupo Tecma Red, a prominent Media Company based in Spain, who provide information and knowledge about Sustainability, Energy and New Technologies for Buildings and Cities. Stefan is well versed to talk on this subject, as he holds a Ph.D. in Architecture and is considered a leading international expert in areas related to Smart Cities, Intelligent Buildings, Sustainability and Blockchain. What is every more exciting is that he will be a key speaker at Blockwalks 2019, the only blockchain and smart city conference for the public sector. He is a member of the "EU Blockchain Observatory" and the main contributor to the "Blockchain 4 Cities" report by U4SSC (United Nations / ITU). Join us for this podcast – it is surely not to be missed! For more information on Blockwalks 2019 and to see Stefan Junestrand live, please visit www.blockwalks.com and buy your tickets today! SUBSCRIBE to our social channels and never miss an episode: SPOTIFY   iTunes   Stitcher   Soundcloud   Google Play Music   Tunein   Castbox   Podchaser   Pocket Casts   Overcast   iHeartRadio   PlayerFM   YouTube   acast ________________ Do you want us to talk about your project or company? Email us: education@saviidigital.com
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Joseph Martino

love your show where is the best site to look at legit ICOS?

Dec 17th
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