TSP Ep. 6: Interview w/Dave Balter, Team Behind FCAS Score

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Today’s episode of The Steemit Podcast is an interview with the CEO of Flipside Crypto, Dave Balter. This is another installment in our Decentralized Entrepreneurship and Marketing series in which we help prepare you for a future that is being disrupted at an exponential rate by decentralized technologies like the internet and blockchain.

Serial Entrepreneur

Dave is a serial entrepreneur who has started 7 companies including Flipside, the crypto rating company which issues the Fundamental Crypto Asset Score, or FCAS. FCAS is a comparative metric used to assess the fundamental health of crypto projects. The score is derived from the interactivity between primary project lifecycle fundamentals: User Activity, Developer Behavior, and Market Maturity.

Entrepreneurial Lessons

In this interview we discuss the lessons he’s learned starting multiple successful companies, like the “Sponge and Stone” system, how he’s managed to succeed in a highly technical industry as a sales and marketing person, and the most surprising lessons he’s learned inside the blockchain space.


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  • @inertia

    I agree that perhaps "dictating from the top" is a bad strategy (10:30). But that doesn't mean the people at the top should be completely "hands-off." For example, the people at the top should at least have a succinct vision that everyone understands.

  • @fanclubspheroid

    steem platform is awesome, nice post @steem.marketing

  • @hardaeborla

    This is actually impressive. I don't know we have great initiative like @steem.marketing on the Steemit platform. I have actually learnt lot of lessons from this great crypto tycoon known as Dave Balter... I can't just wait to be like him 😊.

    Does anyone knows how I can be successful in the crypto world without having any money to begin with.

    Thanks for sharing this great post and I also use this medium to thank all great supporters of Steemit including all consistent Steemians and investors and Steemit Inc for their great impact on the steem blockchain.

  • @thedegensloth

    Volume is really low on both audio and video.

  • @roselover

    good man

  • @bitrocker2020

    is it just me or the sound is just soo very low

  • @garrettwallace

    Great news but sound could be better

  • @cryptogee

    Why not get the sound levels right before you start recording? Or at least boost it up in post?

    Also isn't the update log the place for these posts, it's really starting to grate seeing these at the top of my feed everytime I log in.


  • @soshiance.tech

    Liked it

  • @acidyo

    Gotta love how 50%+ of the comments are about the sound level instead of the content. :D

  • @wondering.world

    Inspiring person

  • @mrblu

    wow this is great, i love this community keep it up steemit.

  • @cloudspyder

    Hi steem marketing, I am very seldom finding YouTube videos about steem, steemit and other steem dApp on YouTube.

    Plus the podcast seems very amateur...

  • @aaronhawk

    If you need an Audio Engineer let me know lol. :D

  • @inprovision

    This is such a resource! Thank you for sharing.

  • @jonyoudyer

    Hey steem marketing, take notice of this content creator here. So many people doing good things, I think it is best you scoop these people up under your wing.

  • @lordbutterfly

    FCAS pretty much sucks and is driven primarily by the Twitter "crypto mafia" sentiment. Its basically bullshit. Id trust Treyvon more to rate my crypto then FCAS.

  • @vlemon

    We need more of these ! I loved them and was sharing them to my network. Best, @vlemon

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