Winning the “Gorilla Game” in Blockchain

UDC Story — Insights from UDC 2018

◇ Do you know Netscape? Then you might be old

The Internet was first developed in 1960 for the military, not spreading to the mainstream until the establishment of the TCP/IP protocol. The World Wide Web (WWW) was born in 1991, developed by Tim Berners-Lee. At the time, it lacked the intuitive appearance of today, and the Internet was an exclusive property used by a small minority.

◇ Finding the gorilla amongst the monkeys

The Gorilla Game, written by American venture specialist Geoffrey A. Moore and other authors, was published in 1998 during the height of the dotcom bubble. It introduced the principles and techniques of making money by investing in advanced technology stocks.

◇ Who is the blockchain gorilla?

Some view blockchain and cryptocurrency as nothing more than a ‘convoluted and elegant scam’ but many certainly view it as a discontinuous innovation technology. Dunamu & Partners CEO Ryan Lee definitely belongs in the latter category, as he made clear during his presentation at UDC 2018.

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