Jul 27th, 2018
A serial entrepreneur for over fifteen years, in his early twenties, Joseph Snyder started his career in real estate, then began working in risk management, where he built an agency into 32 states that serves thousands of clients. That was just the beginning of his business success. Now, Joseph is the CEO of the publicly traded, revolutionary blockchain development company Lannister Holdings, based out of Phoenix, Arizona. He looks not only to bring Arizona into a wave of tech disruption but to bring to it to the world. His personal business philosophy: Be open-minded, work hard, be forward thinking, and create a lifestyle by design.
Lannister Holdings’ CTO, Chris Brown, has 14 years of experience in the IT industry. From Chris’ background in Air Force Intelligence to earning dual B.S. degrees in Computational Mathematics and Biochemistry from ASU Chris has been deeply engrossed in the interconnection between real-world business applications, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain Smart Contracts, and Coding. Chris quickly adapted and learned new Blockchain technologies while keeping in perspective their modern use cases.
Chris uses his intricate technology knowledge in this blue ocean that is blockchain development to allow the pieces of Lannister Development to move forward. Joined together this mastermind and brain present a great attribute to their clients and to the future of blockchain development.
1) Joe tell us about your back ground in the real estate world. How did you get into real estate?
2) Tell us about your company Lannister Holdings.
3) What is meant by Blockchain?
4) What are the mechanics of Blockchain technology?
5) Can Blockchains be used for anything other than currency applications like Bitcoin?
6) Are big companies using blockchain tech? If so, who and why?
7) What is Fintech?
8) What does Blockchain tech and crypto currency have to do with real estate transactions?
9) What are the advantages of using block chain tech in real estate transactions?
10) You like to talk about entrepreneurship. What does that mean to you?