Ep. 67: Emergency Asset Management – Stephen Meade (CEO MonetaPro)

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Ep. 67: Emergency Asset Management – Stephen Meade (CEO MonetaPro)

Stephen Meade is a Business Executive, strategic …
July 6, 2020

Ep. 67: Emergency Asset Management – Stephen Meade (CEO MonetaPro)

Stephen Meade is a Business Executive, strategic adviser and lifelong entrepreneur. He has created and ran three Public OTC companies in the US. He has started 11 total companies. Meade is known globally as “The BullsEye Guy” for being able to create and target exactly what’s needed to succeed. Currently, Stephen serves as the Chairman at BigBamboo LLC, a holding company that incubates start-up companies and is also head of MonetaPro, MagMo, My Wet Rock, RONAstar and ComCom (Community Commerce) Networks.

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Show Notes

•Introduction of Stephen’s background
•The Arc of Entrepreneurship
•Experience during the e-commerce internet bubble
•BullsEye Guy Podcast and Youtube Experience
•Asset Management during a Disaster
•Origins of MonetaPro
•How can an industry bartering systems work?
•MontePro Vision and value proposition
•EAMS – Emergency Asset Management System
•MontePro Software Tech Stack – Two parts—One; MonetaPro Marketplace, Two; Blockchain Invoicing and Audit
o Blockchain protocol
o Data storage
o GBUC – general business usage credit
o Smart contracts
•Does MonetaPro need blockchain? Why?
•How is COVID19 impacting healthcare supply chains?
•Jared Kushner should hit up Stephen Meade because his “McKinsey deal failed”
•Competitive landscape and any direct competitors
•Product roadmap 2020 and beyond
•Bullseye Advice
•If you had to have micro chip implanted in your body, where would you want it to be implanted?
•Do you miss traveling? Travel video Stephen put together-

News Corner

Civic, a San Francisco-based blockchain startup that raised $43 million in a 2017 initial coin offering, has partnered with Circle Medical, a well-connected affiliate of UCSF Health, a San Francisco hospital, that will let employees prove to their employers the results of their most recent Covid-19 tests. The organization plans to also allow users to prove they received a COVID19 vaccination, when it hopefully becomes available.
The solution is called Health Key by Civic™ and it offers employers the ability to create safer working environments by securely verifying employee health status without compromising their privacy.
It puts employees in control of their digital identities, and is future proof as it can be updated with test results and vaccination records anytime.

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