Patrik Krasnic of Konios

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Hello, my friends and welcome to The Talking Cryptocurrency Podcast. I’m your host Jason Rigden. On this episode we are talking to Patrik Krasnic of Konios. They are building a decentralized platform to exchange cash to crypto. They are having an ICO on July 1st, 2018. So that’s just a couple of days from now. It was an interesting conversation. Their project really addresses some the real world problems of using cryptocurrency. But before we go to the interview, I’ve got a quick message.

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Thanks Patrick for telling us all about Konious. It sounds like a great solution to some of the real world challenges of using cryptocurrency. And it was interesting to here a bit about SwitzerlandÂ’s attitude toward the crypto industry. Seems to me that the countries that donÂ’t embrace this revolution now, will be left behind. If you want to know more about Konious, I’ve all the important links in the show notes.

You’ve been listening to The Talking Cryptocurrency Podcast. My name is Jason Rigden and I have been you’re host. Thanks again for listening and I look forward to talking to you again soon. Have a great day.

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