174. Blockchain, Building Recycled Plastic Homes and Redistributing Wealth | Morten Bove

morten bove wohn home startup founder

Morten Bove (@mbove) is the founder and CEO of Wohn Homes, a Danish startup revolutionizing modular, eco-friendly affordable housing designed with tokenized ownership for students. Morten also runs Block21, a blockchain-focused tech podcast on the future of decentralization.

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In today’s episode we discuss:

  • How recycled plastic can be used to make sustainable housing
  • Why inequality is the driving factor in almost all social unrest
  • What does the future of cities look like
  • Why Morten is big on blockchain and tokenization
  • What happens now that the ICO bubble burst, and where crypto is headed
  • The big difference between European and US startups
  • Why smaller countries make things simpler
  • How to build better triple-bottom-line businesses (here’s a free guide for founders)
  • How business can be used as a force for good
  • Why it’s so hard for startups to raise funding (ps. here’s a free pitch deck guide!)
  • The scary truth about surveillance and privacy
  • Why Trump pulling out of the Paris accord wasn’t all bad

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