Kevin Rose was the founder of Digg and has been investing and playing with Crypto. This one only has a couple of episodes under his belt, but Kevin has done a great job with his other podcasts however since it is not his full-time gig he sometimes goes on hiatus. Definitely has access to the right people and asks good questions.
This podcast has already recorded over 500 episodes and talks to all the movers and shakers especially in the European FinTech space. 11:FS concentrate a lot on banking and payments but also get into crypto. I like this podcast because they regularly have the CEOs and founders of European Fintech on the cast.
Hong Kong’s financial center status along with its location next to the Chinese mainland makes it a popular area for those interested in blockchain and digital currencies. Influentials in the crypto ecosystem often stop by. If you are in the crypto space it is an ideal destination to fly to and make some connections especially if you can spend some extra time touring Shenzhen. Miners and mining equipment are plentiful in China and Hong Kong peers into the Chinese crypto ecosystem.
Hong Kong is dotted with bitcoin ATMs as well as ATMs for converting physical fiat currency into other digital currencies such as buy cash and Etherium and Bitcoin cash. ATM fees are not always transparent and some ATMs are 24 hours and some are not so research closely before you go.
Online crypto exchanges based out of Hong Kong have also sprung up including OKCoinand ANX.
They Hong Kong government Cyberport is now supporting and incubating Fintechs. This government support helps promote blockchain in the city. The government of Hong Kong seems very supportive of blockchain based technology and keeps regulation favorable.
Attend Blockchain conferences such as Token2049. The first instance of this conference sold out very quickly. It is a sure thing that more Blockchain conferences will be organized here.