CryptoCoinCon – Daniel Keller

Up next from from CryptoCoinCon 2018 is Daniel Keller, who has over two decades with some of the largest healthcare technology companies. Dan walks through his roles as executive and adviser for several crypto related projects, including Windfall Mining, which rents, sells and manages  speculative mining equipment, and Black River Crypto, which is a venture fund.

CryptoCoinCon – Charlie “Mav” Severson

We start our presentation of content from the CryptoCoinCon event on August 18th in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, with the opening talk from Charlie “Mav” Severson, host of ReadySetCrypto. Mav’s presentation kicked off the event and serves as a good intro for newbies as well as a refresher about the promise of cryptoasset technology. Enjoy!

Launching Podcast and Video Channels

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We are excited to announce that we are launching new podcast and video channels on YouTube and Bit.Tube. This first episode is just a short introduction about SEVAITS. Upcoming episodes will feature content from our trip to CryptoCoinCon last weekend, and we will be bringing more features from upcoming events and interviews. Thanks for checking it out!

[Update: we are in the process of submitting the pod to the major aggregators like iTunes and Google Play. In the meantime, you can manually add the show feed with this url:]

Hitting the Road

We’re gearing up for CryptoCoinCon this weekend in Valley Forge, PA, and since we’re overdue for an update I wanted to get a post out before we head out.

As they say, everyone is a genius in a bull market, and this bear market has given us ample opportunity to focus on the tech. We’ve (temporarily) ceased active trading, setup passive income growth with a masternode, and been actively building community with a small coin fork to hone our development chops.


We’ve refrained from all trading the last two months. After failing to hold to our 2% risk management rule with our holdings on IDEX (AURA and SEN), we decided that it wouldn’t be appropriate to continue until these open positions returned to profitability. We did have a nice gain on ZRX that closed in early July, but were offset by a stopped-out position in BNB.


We setup our first masternode (MN) in early July, finally picking XDNA after several weeks of research. We gave a presentation on MN at the July Blockheads meetup, and we’ll expand the discussion on the experience at a later date. 


Measured in USD, our mining portfolio for July and August so far hasn’t quite made up for June, but the last 90 days have been profitable, BTC-wise. 

PennyKoin (PK) is going to get a full write up here at some point, a lot of our attention has been on this one over the last month or so. For now we’ll say that it’s a CryptoNote fork run by a solo developer, and we’ve now functioning as one of the core devs/community leaders. We’ve setup a mining pool and block explorer, and have even contributed to the project’s Github. It’s also inspired a related software development project that has income potential, and we’ve learned so much about blockchains while debugging the code. 

We also spent a couple weeks mining TUBE, the token for BitTube, a decentralized YouTube clone that looks really interesting, but we’ve since switched back over to our profit-switching pool of choice, MiningPoolHub

Introducing Ambia Fund and Bela

One of our goals with this blog is to spotlight local projects in the crypto-world, and so I want to bring your attention to the folks over at Charlottesville-based Ambia Fund, namely Tyler Marx and Tanner Roughton, two young gents who have been working hard on a project called Bela. We first met Tanner at a meetup way back in January, where he gave an early demo of Belacam, a social media photo-sharing site that pays users for receiving likes, and he and Tyler came back down this past week to give another demo right before go-live. The level of effort that they have put into the project is considerable, and deserves mention here.

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