Blog post on our TraSeable Farms concept which we pitched and won in the CTA's Pacific AgriHack Lab held in Tonga in 2018.
Over the next few blog posts I'll share my experiences with blockchain - it's been a crazy ride over the last year!
In July I took on a new consulting role with the Pacific Connect program which is an Australian DFAT-funded program being delivered by the International Centre for Democratic Partnerships (ICDP).
Like many firsts in life - the first time to watch TV, first time to use a computer, first time to fly on a plane, etc, I actually remember the first time I used the Internet.
It was the year 2000.
It was around 2am Fiji Time this past Tuesday when the ConsenSys Academy Developer Program 2018 officially started. I was awake and waiting patiently for the email that would provide all the necessary access. 2018 Developer Program My scholarship application into the program was accepted after I applied and then completed an online test which... Continue Reading →
[Iakwe (or Yokwe) is a greeting in Marshallese] With 5.5 hours in 3 different aeroplanes travelling from Majuro in the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) back home to Suva for what will take just under 12 hours altogether I figured I'd do some writing. The Marshall Islands has always been one of my favourite places... Continue Reading →
Changing the world begins with strengthening your own family - Bonnie L. Carson A couple hours away from 2018 is always a great time to reminisce the year that was. 2017 was eventful and I like the quote above from Bonnie L. Carson (Read more here: The Needs before Us). If there was one theme... Continue Reading →
Those words got me started in blockchain. [For the uninitiated, if you have 9:56 min to spare here's a pretty good video on blockchain - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3psxs3gyf8%5D Now I'm in Bonn, Germany to participate in Hack4Climate (www.hack4climate.org) which is a hackathon geared towards solving climate-related problems using blockchain tech. Wait. What's a hackathon? Good question! Never... Continue Reading →