The CryptoManiacs Podcast - Episode 80-ish w/ BlockchainCards

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What a fun episode this was :)

There is something to be said about hanging out with the members of this blockchain that have been here since day one and have seen the highs and lows of the blockchain space over the past 4 years...

And @reseller has seen a LOT!

Known as Blockchain Cards on Twitter, Chris has been a pioneer with all things NFT related in the space.

One of the first team members of @splinterlands he helped bring some massive awareness to the game and also the entire NFT movement!

We spoke to him about that and so much more in today's episode....What a treat this was!!

Hope you guys enjoy the talk as much as we did!


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Quite a long show just about Splinterlands. I didn't realize there was physical items about Splinterlands and maybe you can show them off when you do get them.

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oh man. when i do it might end up being a week long feature lol

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That was a great podcast guys! I actually didn't know so much about Chris other than he is a major Splinterlands asset holder. Glad to see him as a guest and learn more about him.

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thanks man. yeah dude is an OG in this nft stuff. tons of knowledge.

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Now I'm curious if he still collects physical baseball cards and whether he has more baseball cards or Splinterlands cards.

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I'm sure he has a ton of baseball cards! Just hearing his story how he got into it, I'm willing to bet :)

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Awesome episode. Feels like I just got a much clearer picture of what's going (both in the space and in general)

Especially liked the part about how the boomers got everything so easily and just screwed it up, and how these new technologies are our generations chance at making the world a little better

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