First there was Bitcoin and it’s blockchain.

Then there were alt-coins and many ideas to replace currency.

What we have now is a lot of blockchain that is not necessarily built for finance. And tools to make creating new tokens as simple as filling in forms at a web site.

Meet Jim and Michael from Aspire. On this episode of Distributed Conversations, we talk about the world of opportunities that are possible with tokens for anything you want to keep track of.

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Now Anyone Can Have Their Own Crypto Token with Michael Terpin and Jim Blasko

Warren Whitlock: Hello is Warren Whitlock with a Distributed Conversations interview.

Today, my guests are Michael Terpin and Jim Blasko of Aspire Crypto. And, we’re going to talk about, the innovation that Aspire is bringing to the market and changes, how fast you can get up and running and without turning your company into a cryptocurrency company…just add in this and not have to go out and hire developers and work for a couple of years.

Jim Blasko: Yeah.

Warren Whitlock: First of all, welcome to the show. guys. And, yeah. So, Jim, am I describing it? This is really, I can just go to the website instantly and have habitat token.

Jim Blasko: Pretty much. It takes about two minutes to create an asset on Aspire, which is really quick and easy. You don’t have to be a developer like you mention there. You don’t need to hire a whole cryptocurrency division, just to build a cryptocurrency for your company. Now you can do it.

Like we said in about two minutes, all you really need to do is have a name and, how many cryptocurrency tokens you want issued and a little description, and then you hit enter and create. And within two minutes, it’ll be on the network. It’ll run on the Aspire platform and, GASP blockchain. with that, in order to create your own token, you will need a little bit of our tokens.

You need like 10 ASP, which is short for Aspire, and you would need one GASP coin, which is our blockchain. the gas coin serves as the gas. very similar to Ethereum. What a lot of people are familiar with Ethereum is you need a little ETH for all your transactions on Ethereum with us.

You need a little GASP. On our platform. So that gas boat where we’re getting a little windy out here, I should probably go back inside. But, the thing with our GASP is that you can do about 380,000 transactions with just one of them, where you can see lately has been having major troubles and, gas fees are part of the reason we created Aspire to begin with years ago when we saw it being a problem with other software like counterparty.

Warren Whitlock: it sounds like it’s more geared for transactions than some of the, earlier cryptocurrencies and is, but meanwhile, is there anything about a spot. Or that doesn’t work as well as building on it theory.

Jim Blasko: right now we’re not doing smart contracts yet. we’re still getting there. We’re planning on that for a couple of years from now, but, in the meantime, we’ve got all the other features. you can easily make your asset, you can send it to anybody you want, everybody would use the same address.

So in a lot of ways we are like Ethereum. and like you mentioned, they’re designed for transactions, which is a big problem they have right now.

Warren Whitlock: Okay. great. do you see that, developers are going to move on to, To using this kind of thing, like we’re using object oriented programming today instead of coding in C plus, is this a natural change in the market?

Jim Blasko: I think they’re getting forced to, unfortunately I think with a, the way that a lot of the other platforms are running right now and their fees. And the fact that some of those other platforms are being double spent assets. Aren’t exactly safe. So I think they’re being forced to look for new options and that’s where we come in.

Warren Whitlock: All right. how, what’s the size of this market. Is this going to be, is every company going to wind up with some form of a token or individuals? Are they going to be multiple in a company? what’s the future for the need for more kinds of crypto.

Jim Blasko: I’ve always believed that everybody’s going to want their own cryptocurrency eventually. the only reason everybody didn’t have one or every company didn’t have one is because the technology wasn’t there. It was very difficult to build a blockchain as we’ve been doing for many years for the company.

We saw this need and it needed to be easier. It needed to be a lot simpler to do. And, that’s, one of the things that we, why we used counterparty because their software originally was very easy to use and it was very simple. So we took that and we just. Gutted it, we pulled Bitcoin out of it.

We redesigned it, we rebuilt it. And that’s where Aspire comes from. So yeah, I mean that we’re seeing that need around the world. I think everybody’s going to end up with their own cryptocurrency. I think every corporation and business is going to end up with one. I think we would have seen more if they weren’t so afraid of the possibilities of the double spending on platforms like Ethereum or Ethereum classic, even better to show as an example.


Michael Terpin: I think from my, I think from my perspective, in the 1980s, people were laughed at when the suggestion was made that everyone is going to need a computer. And, it’s just what, why would the average person need a computer? They go to work. There’s a big mainframe there. What is like your wife going to put recipes on it?

And literally that was a laughingstock thing to say, everybody needed a computer in the eighties and the 1990s. Why does everybody need a website? What are you going to just write about your company on a website. That’s going to cost millions of dollars to do. now you can do it for almost free, on a WordPress, in the two thousands, it was like, why would anybody need a blog?

What do you think everybody needs a blog for? and why, what is it, where do you need a social, a social network? why does anybody care? What I’m having for breakfast? Now, the average person who’s in technology at all is probably on four or five social networks. why does anybody need an app in the app store?

When the app store started, they had four or five apps. Now there’s like a billion of them. So I think the question for today is why do you need to have a cryptocurrency? And, the answer is, there are a lot of use cases for having your cryptocurrency around your passion, around your business, around, your, I think celebrities are going to be a huge, use case.

Digital collectibles have already exploded to the point that they’re, they’re closing dollar marketplaces for non-fungible assets and, spark and do both non fungible and fungible assets. And what is unique about Aspire is that you can create these things without programming teams.

and, and it can be a replicated to the point where you can make hundreds of assets, if you have the need for them, for, a budget of almost nothing.

Warren Whitlock: what flashed in my mind, which is not a direct comparison, but something in business where, it’s a great thing for your company to have a t-shirt that you can hand out. And that, that industry is huge of what they’re doing there. But, when I was working in the, in, computer printers, we saw a wave of things as the right stuff came out to you, take an eight and a half by 11 sheet of paper, put it a specialized paper, put it in your printer and then iron it onto a t-shirt.

So it got to be, everybody could make that. Of course now there’s custom t-shirts and this is 25 years later. There’s a lot of things like that, but you know what company doesn’t need its own. T-shirt.

Michael Terpin: another thing would be, let’s say you own a small hardware store in Las Vegas, and you want to go and do a promotion and you want to be like, Hey, come in these days and we’ll give you 10% on any, off anything and double off on the hammers or something. in the old days, you’d have to go and hire a printer, do physical coupons, then the internet let you do virtual coupons, but you had the problem that people could go and copy, and make a million of them and defraud you. the nice thing about digital, digital files, which was the original web 1.0 was that you could go and do something once and replicated, infinitely.

So you could go and take a picture, put it on Facebook, send it to a billion people and it doesn’t degrade. that’s a lousy quality for something that you want to be scarce. You only want to have a certain number of collectibles. You only want to have a certain number of a discount codes.

And that’s something that a digital asset can do for virtually free. That can solve your problems of, printing of distribution of, so many things. Jim, do you want to talk a little bit about the, the airdrop,

Jim Blasko: yeah, it’s pretty simple. we do very easy distribution. So if you contact us, if you make your own asset on Aspire , you contact us. We can actually distribute your assets pretty quickly. Instantly to everybody who’s holding one of another coin. So for instance, what we did was we created air coin.

We’re going to drop air to everybody and anybody who’s holding air can receive airdrops from us. Now at the same time that we’ve done this. Anybody can do this so anybody can create their own asset and then distribute that asset to all their friends who have an Aspire address, Then they can create another coin later and they can one drop click that coin to everybody that has the first point that they gave out.

So it’s a very easy way to give out, like Michael just said, a discount or a coupon to all your customers in one shot.

Warren Whitlock: and it automatically tracks what that is. I just recorded an episode of Distributed Conversations. It’s coming out in a couple of weeks on the regular schedule and yeah. And, it’s we were talking about ag tech and we were talking about tracking things and we got into too. When I started using the term database marketing was the mid-eighties.

And I heard that there was this way to keep track of everybody and then basically through anything in the old direct mail catalog, Titan of industry to the way most e-commerce works today. You want to know who your customers are. you’re wasting your ad dollars. If you go out and advertise to every house in a five-mile radius for your liquor store and half of the people do not drink, you need to.

So the very basics of marketing is to segment. And so every company needs to do that. They need to figure out who their best customers are and then they not just the, a discount type of promotion, but anything, the new products, whatever’s going on. What, but I got a question about the, the thing that we hear about so many people would say with crypto, and I’m speaking, like I’m hoping, to that audience that isn’t, aren’t, day traders of crypto.

what’s going to happen with the volatility of the pricing done for this, and can it be exchanged for dollars or for other crypto what’s, what’s the future there,

Jim Blasko: as far as Aspire goes, we will be listed on the exchange. A hit and change as well. And

Warren Whitlock: but that’s for the Aspire coin, right?

Jim Blasko: correct. Yeah.

Warren Whitlock: And then, so if I create a coin, then, it doesn’t change anything about the, it does it. Doesn’t get.

Michael Terpin: No, the vast majority of look at the apps on the app store. Not many of them are angry birds, right? They’re hobbyist, apps. there’s literally over a billion of them out there. And a lot of them are sorted to promote or to market other products or services. So the vast majority of assets created, as.

Fungible assets will never be on exchange will never be what they call a convertible virtual currency, where you’re getting exchange for dollars. They’re going to be, what’s called a closed loop system, which means it’s going to be a discount. It’s going to be loyalty. if you’re a celebrity and you want to have a.

Beyonce coin, or you want to have a, just pick your celebrity name and, in the early days of social media, people laughed at Twitter, right? Cause they said, of course, this Warren, you wrote one of the earliest books on Twitter. w there’ll be get your 500,000 followers and, it was like, why does anybody care?

What I have for breakfast? Why does, but, from that grew the influencers and the early, I remember the first year or two of Twitter that your top, most followed people were geeks. It was like Kevin Rose with the most followed person. Cause he started dig. And then all of a sudden you had this.

Wave of celebrities join. And now probably the top hundred are all celebrities or corporate grants. And, you, and so when that happened, you had companies like the audience that, literally, we’re all in Dubai, by people in the movie business and, William Morris, I think endeavor was one of the companies that started it and they would just go to all their, celebrities and say, Hey, how would you like to have a fan club that doesn’t cost you.

Hundreds of thousands of dollars to lick stamps and put them on mailers. And, and, do email marketing and worry about your bounce rate and things like that. we’ll help you get followers. And so if you, all of a sudden have, 3 million followers of Brittany Spears, you can go and get them to follow a promotion.

Like that. Now imagine if you take that Twitter following and you then put into your link, something that lets you to download a token. And from there you can redeem merchandise. you can enter a contest without having fake entries. the problem with social media is it’s so easy to fake things.

You can’t fake things on a blockchain that is, has the security levels that, Aspire does. So anything built on there? I’d say the vast majority, are going to be things that are not convertible to dollars on the non fungible on the fungible side. And on the non-financial side, they’re going to be things like artists saying I’m going to go and do a hundred limited additions of my Sarah graph.

It’s going to be a digital Sarah graph. This is already becoming, a very large. Rapidly growing business. And it’s been building mainly on Ethereum, who wants to have something where you’re going to have a lithograph of limited to a thousand for $5 a piece, and maybe a Sarah graph that has additional cookies and rights and things that are built in that adds scarcity and value, for, $50 a piece.

And then they sell after the aftermarket and open sea or other exchanges have developed, but it’s not based out of being, a commodity. It’s not based on being a commodity. It’s not based on it being a security. It’s that based on it being a payment vehicle, it’s based out of being a collectible and collectibles have fairly.

ascertain law about it, going in, investing in an antique and hoping you make money, doesn’t have to register with the sec. It’s a product and it’s a unique product that’s serialized, and there’s no better, faster and cheaper way of serializing a collectible, whether it’s linked to real art or whether it’s digital art, which I think is the faster growing area than to do it on Aspire.

Warren Whitlock: So we don’t see a problem with the sec trying to regulate, frequent flyer miles. yeah. of course some of those programs are so huge and that airlines and ball it’s a whole different they’re they’ve got their other

Michael Terpin:, the lot, I’m not a lawyer, but I pay a lot of them. So I know what I’m talking about to a certain extent. when you’re talking about something that’s fungible, like frequent flyer miles, it’s all about whether it is called an open loop or a closed loop system. If you’re only able to go and use your.

Airline miles within American airlines and it doesn’t work to, pay for your meal at Denny’s. Then it’s considered to be a closed loop and it’s not convertible to a currency. you can’t pay your taxes with it. Whereas Bitcoin, you can convert to us dollars. and even that, because of certain things is not considered, it’s considered to be convertible, currency.

But, basically that’s just the people who are selling it then. any kind of loyalty program that is not. that works with it. A closed loop is not generally considered to be, of interest to the sec or to, the fin sound, or to, but again, I’d say the vast majority of things that would be used here are going to be more in the digital collectibles and it’s going to be in the things that are just, it’s not going to be consideration.

It’s going to be giveaways to track your fans. It’s going to be giveaways for merchant is going to be things that are not. ever trading on an exchange, it costs a lot of money to get out of exchange. so

Jim Blasko: Yeah, but with that, but that’s not to say that it can’t be done, Michael. we did work out a deal with So that assets that are created on a Aspire can get listed onto these exchanges at a discounted rate. So I think that’s quite important because any corporation out there that’s thinking about going blockchain should really consider Aspire first before doing it on their own, because we do have that ability they can get listed onto exchanges.

It is it going to take some money and some work, of course, you’re going to have to be a major company or have a good brand or product or service behind your asset or your cryptocurrency that you made on Aspire. But it is possible. It is apps and we actually worked out the deal to make it easier.

You’re free.

Warren Whitlock: So there you go. but I like what Michael said about the. Majority of these things, not being used for paying payment of transactions like currency. and because I, it gets me thinking the vast majority of the population is not using it. So let’s turn to that is Aspire or things that are coming that will use Aspire getting to the point that we don’t need to have a separate wallet for every kind of token that we get and, have to understand crypto.

And now I guess, we do, but. I still find myself when I get something new, of where am I going to put this token and will I ever be able to convert it to anything? even if I’m just getting some as, as advising and somebody has sent me some tokens, where does this go

Jim Blasko: Keep in mind, Warren, that each token is its own blockchain chain. so well, not a token on Aspire , but each cryptocurrency generally is its own blockchain out there where Ethereum. Point light coin, whatever you want to bring out, those are all their own. So generally none of those are going to be interchangeable with each other.

Are there multi wallets that hold all those like edge and stuff like that? Sure. but, with Aspire , your Aspire wallet, Aspire you’ll have one address. And any token that ever gets created on Aspire will be sent to that one address.

Warren Whitlock: yeah. And for us lay users here, when you send me the tokens, they will be in actually a section of that wallet just for that token.

Michael Terpin: it’s similar for any of your, any, or any of your listeners who have an Ethereum wallet. You can see the amount of ether in there, and then you can go if you’re looking at, up on a, block Explorer, to see all the ERC 20 tokens you have. And, it’s very similar here.

it’s not the exact same interface, but you can look in your Aspire wallet and you can see how much Aspire you have, how much gas you have and how much air you have, how much, milk coin, how much, any of these other assets that have been created at Aspire ? You haven’t just say, you’ve got this, you have 500 MILK coin.

You have, a hundred, Aspire. You’ve got, 50, and some of them are going to be things that can trade and exchanges if you move them over there, other ones can’t. And, but they’re all in the same. They are all in the same

Warren Whitlock: that seems to be like, that’ll be worked out. I got an inAspire wallet, I’m in a rewards program, breakfast place. I like to go to, and, they said sign up here and you’re going to get 5% back. And I go, yeah, that sounds like a lot of work. And then they started sending me a coupon every month, a free breakfast once a month.

That’s fun. and it’s a constant hassle of making sure of the right app that it shows the bar code, that I do things right. That it’s their app. Once I joined a second one that had the same thing, I go Hey, this makes a lot of sense. I got the rewards thing on my phone. I go to any of the businesses that use that rewards program they’re interchangeable.

like Michael was saying before everybody thought they didn’t need a computer and website now, crypto, are we going to be having, that ease of, I can walk into the sandwich shop and,

Michael Terpin: Yeah. most of these sandwich shops don’t do it on their own. They do it for aggregators. And what happens is they have to change every year because the company goes out of business or because, the technology changes on the app store and you’re still at the behest of Apple. keeping it up there.

I can’t tell you the number of things, there’s a, a Greek restaurant, a middle Eastern restaurant, a couple blocks away from me that, I think I’ve been on six different reward programs for them. They were paper. Then they were an app and then went back to paper, then went back to an app and that company went out of business.

Then it did. And then another app, once you’re on Aspire. we’ll P w we will be approaching these types of companies, So we will be approaching, the aggregators of these types of things. And we can say, Hey, we can go and create. a, the restaurant thinking of is payments, right?

Payments is a middle Eastern restaurant. And so there’ll be a payments coin and there’ll be in the same wallet as the, w what other restaurant is the equity rig coin. I’m just naming Las Vegas, local restaurants, and that’d be in the same. And you’d probably have an aggregator who says, we’re going to go and aggregate all these things.

And then instead of having to have 15 different apps, or I remember the onboarding. The process of the app that payments used to use was horrific. And then none of it, none of the cashiers knew how to use it. And here is just going to be really simple. they’ll, any phone we’ll basically be able to, have access to their own little mobile display of a spiral wallet and, which you know, is going to cost nothing.

and they’ll see it.

Warren Whitlock: the one that works for all sorts of local businesses, Groupon, I, I’ve bought and redeemed hundreds of Groupon. And I sometimes in the early days, somebody who’d have the, who has a Groupon printed out on paper and look it up. but, today, if I happen to use a group on you hand any cashier, your phone with the barcode on it, they scan it with their app.

You’re done.

Um, that could all be that could all be hooked into a Aspire.

Michael Terpin: here’s the issue. It would actually be simplified by Aspire because what you don’t see with that barcode is the, the backend that group I’d have to raise a billion dollars for. And so it’s a very, it’s like moving from mainframe to LAN, to PC to the web.

And now this will be the blockchain. it’s just a much more simple, elegant structure, that, you don’t have to go in like forward it to the backend and process it and do batch programming. It’s just there, you end up having your, your group out or whatever, a discount and loyalty token it’s going to be, for, Warren’s breakfast.

place a coin and you just, you end up getting your, your discount and you just simply say, okay, I’m going to use it today. I’m going to send one token here and then they just say, yep, got it. And then you’ve got one lessen your wallet that you want to earn one. When you come in, they’re going to send them to your wallet.

And it’s really

Warren Whitlock: of course, I start thinking about where it could be hooked into other systems. beacons. I walk into the restaurant and I they’ve already rewarded me with points.

Michael Terpin: So these are things that we’re going to be looking at. we’re recording this before the announcement, but, we recently announced where we will have recently announced that I’m speaking in the future, that we, closed a, funding ground between, the equity for Aspire technology, inc, which is the for-profit company in Las Vegas, and then a based, pre-sale of the token, $2.4 million.

And so we’re going to be using that to go and, develop partnerships like the ones you’re speaking up. So we’re going to go and figure out. On the blockchain side, how can we go and work with a beacon company and which of the top ones that might be interested in a blockchain solution?

And so we’ll have, we’ll be hiring business development, people to go out in these separate areas and it’d be, one is focusing on digital collectibles. There’ll be one that really focusing on loyalty and rewards and, these are all, things that, are inexorably going to turn the block saying solutions.

And we believe that we’re. faster, better and cheaper than most of the other competing solutions out there.

Warren Whitlock: Sure. It just seems like at some point, whether or not I even, look into the Aspire wallet, I’m going to be to walk into the, the sporting goods store. Do my transaction, use some app that pays for it or the group on or the, whatever it is. And transactions will have taken place on the Aspire blockchain.

And, it’ll be all shielded by,

Jim Blasko: you’re talking about partnerships that have never happened yet. Lauren, so you got to give us some time, we.

Michael Terpin: we just wanted to maintain that. Now, what you can do is you can create your own token. and, you’re talking about stuff that could be two, three years down the road, but again, anybody that you’re listening based who wants to work with us on this, the technology is here. help us integrate into your technology.

Cause ours

Jim Blasko: to get in before others do you know, first come first

Warren Whitlock: Yeah. Yeah, exactly. And it won’t necessarily always be free. It’s free now and you need to get, do your own token. And you

Michael Terpin: I think, no, there’s two entities, right?

Jim Blasko: No, it’s not free. It’s not free. We’ve just been doing a bounty to give away some tokens as a promotion to make it free for users to create their own assets. But those tokens as fire and gas will go onto an exchange where people will have to buy them in order to create their own token.

So it’s not going to be free, but.

Michael Terpin: and there are, Leighton like many companies before us. There’s a for-profit company in the U S and then there’s the blockchain, which is, You can go and just deal directly with a blockchain, buy from an exchange DIY and, never deal with Aspire technology Inc. itself.

However many companies, particularly corporate are going to want to. So what Aspire technology? the LG, I like to give us a Aspire technology while it created. The token is really now focused on, D real world adoption. So think of Joe Lubin was one of the creators of Ethereum. He left the Ethereum foundation to then start consensus, which has merged with, the, or rather acquired the JP Morgan’s blockchain division.

And it’s got a multi-billion dollar valuation. Everything they do is on Ethereum. They support Ethereum, but they are a for-profit company that builds, corporate use cases, as well as, new, non-corporate use cases and, and new business models. And so what Aspire technology is going to be, is this going to be the one that if you have an idea, And you’re like, Macy’s, I’m just going to take a crazy example.

Macy’s wants to go and have a, a new loyalty program and they want to have it on blockchain. So we’re not going to say, Hey, go and download it and try to build it yourself. We’re going to say, yes, we’re going to have one of our reps talk to you and see what the specs are going to be. And they’re going to probably be talking to the consensus on building an Ethereum to be talking to us and building a Aspire.

And they’ll may be talking to, I don’t know, Neo or something like that, who knows. And they’ll go in and they’ll see quickly that we’re going to be faster, better and cheaper than most of the other solutions out there. And, the, this will be built right in Las Vegas. this will be, we’ll have a global presence, but, the core team of Aspire is right here in Las Vegas.

And, and we’re, proud of the startup ecosystem here. And, we, like the fact that we’re, an hour away, from, LA from San Francisco, a few hours from New York, the big hotspots of industry, but we’re a global solution and you take your pick. You want to DIY, you want to have your own developers work on it.

No charges by fire off the exchange. And, and we’ll have a lot of videos on DIY on the Aspire Cryptos page and then Aspire technology, will be the, corporate, entity that basically says you want to have us handle it all and you don’t want to deal with crypto. Great. Give us dollars and we’ll fix it all for you.

just like consensus would.

Warren Whitlock: So that, so I’ve just to be clear. I, when I mentioned free, I was talking about there’s a promotion now that you can go and create a coin and you’re giving some you’re giving some tokens for the gas. Is that true?

Michael Terpin: no. Now what it is we have a bounty airdrop, which is that you can go to our telegram page, which is a Aspire community. You can go to a Aspire crypto, that comments right on the front page to go in and just say, Hey, I’m here to build tokens and we will go and airdrop you. one GASP token, which is short for us, fire gas, it lasts over 300,000 transactions.

The average person may only ever need one for their lifetime. and then it’ll also give you the 10, Aspire tokens, to build your first asset. And, then you wanna, you want to get another one it’s going to start trading and you can go and say, Hey, I want to build 10 assets and whatever the market price of Aspire is, it’s, Likely to be in the pennies, not in the dollars or hundreds of dollars.

so it’s still gonna, it’s always been designed to be a very affordable solution, extremely affordable for gas, hundreds or thousands of a penny and extremely affordable to build an asset.

Warren Whitlock: And again, on the, pre or low cost thing, just if somebody’s trying to just wants to test this, try it out, look at it. you sign up something you’re not signing up for a monthly subscription or a,

Michael Terpin: Oh, God, no. You’re no. You’re simply

Warren Whitlock: use it.

Michael Terpin: you’re simply signing up. you’re basically going and getting a wallet address and then right out of the signing up, you sign up,

Jim Blasko: up. You’re just getting your address.

Michael Terpin: You join our team, you join our telegram group that we give you an airdrop.

Warren Whitlock: Wow, okay. Yeah. Great. no, it’s what I, that’s what I meant by free. so you started, of course, if you’re going to build something, you’re gonna have transactions somewhere down the line, something’s going to cost, but, but they, I want everybody

Michael Terpin: No, not necessarily if you’re building something and it’s the Warren coin, and you’re going to just simply give it out to listeners of your, podcasts and whatever our use you have, and that’s it. And it’s always going to be free. It’s just going to be for your tracking and your loyalty purposes.

you’re not going to need to buy anything else ever until you pass 300,000 transactions and then it’s going to be something that might cost you a couple of pennies.

Warren Whitlock: Yeah, exactly.

Michael Terpin: So there is no, there is none. There is no, yeah. exactly.

Warren Whitlock: So if you’re listening, you got this far time to go to, a Aspire. No. which psyched creates the coin.

Michael Terpin: so you go to Aspire to learn about it, and then you go to a Aspire wallet that time to actually, get it. And when you go to Aspire Crypto, you have to at the top of the page, join the telegram group. That’s where you get your frequency.

Warren Whitlock: All right. And if you’re interested in following what’s going on, that’ll do it signing up and doing that. You guys are going to stay in touch with the telegram group and probably have an airdrop, or something in the future. So you

Jim Blasko: spend all day in that place.

Warren Whitlock: list or a phone tree to get a hold of people.

which is

Michael Terpin: now we’re really accessible. Jim never sleeps He spends most of his time in the telegram group while he’s programmed with four hands.

Warren Whitlock: I’m in the group. my phone is notifying me all day long. so Jim, you’re doing a great job there and, yeah. if you really want, if you’re not into crypto yet, Now is the time to go do something and look at this and start thinking about what you can possibly do. and the, the easy sandwich shop app might be a little bit off, but, if you’re, you might be the guy to do it.

Jim Blasko: We’ve got lots of plans for integration out there in the world, one step at a time.

Warren Whitlock: I think of the implications of what happens when you go to DisneyWorld and you don’t need a band, you just put your phone in your pocket and you’re set to go and you don’t need to pay for anything. It’s all in that closed-loop system.

Go to Aspire right now. So thanks a lot guys. and, I’m sure we’ll be talking to you more.

Michael Terpin: We’ll keep you updated.

Jim Blasko: Thank you, Warren.

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About Michael Terpin

CEO, Transform Group (leading blockchain PR/advisory firm w 100+ ICO/STOs), CoinAgenda, TokenMatch, BitAngels; partner, Alphabit Fund; founded Marketwire..

About Jim Blasko

Jim Blasko is the founder and CEO of Aspire. Jim appeared in the crypto space in late 2010 and has been building blockchains and platforms since the birth of Unbreakablecoin in 2013. Jim Blasko also co founded bCommerce Labs with Michael Terpin and Bitcoin Talk Radio with Tom King. Blasko has been featured on CNBC, NABC, and covered by internet publications such as SlashDot, Coindesk, Bitcoinist, KLAS
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