Episode 71: The future of The Children’s Media Conference & asking what the heck happened with Cryptopunk NFTs

After a six month break, the Sheffield Digital podcast is back with a special episode featuring two fantastic guests!

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    In episode 71 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we speak to Kathy Loizou, Co-founder and Director of The Children’s Media Conference, and we’re also joined by Alex Amsel, award-winning game developer and blockchain expert.

    In the first part of the episode, Kathy fills us in on the history of The Children’s Media Conference, how it’s adapted during Covid-times and why digital folk should attend this year’s event (tip: there’s a discount for Sheffield Digital members too). Kathy also tells us about Playground at Site Gallery in Sheffield, which is taking place from 1 to 11 July in 2021.

    In the second part of the episode, we speak to Alex about NFTs – what they are, why there’s been a recent boom, his views on sustainability issues, and how to learn more about bitcoin. Chris also asks him what the heck happened with Cryptopunk NFTs.

    Don’t forget, you can always join the Sheffield Digital Slack community or email info@sheffield.digital to get in touch and share your thoughts.

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    Thank you for the music

    Thanks to Alex Mclean – aka Yaxu – for the show’s intro music, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

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