Tech Intersect™ with Prof Tonya M. Evans

Tech Intersect #140: Naveen Jain on Owning your Online Identity

January 13, 2023 Tonya M. Evans Episode 140
Tech Intersect #140: Naveen Jain on Owning your Online Identity
Tech Intersect™ with Prof Tonya M. Evans
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Tech Intersect™ with Prof Tonya M. Evans
Tech Intersect #140: Naveen Jain on Owning your Online Identity
Jan 13, 2023 Episode 140
Tonya M. Evans

The idea that a person would have a single Gmail or a single Twitter handle for their entire lives is a silly idea. Life is a journey and as we go through different phases as a human, our identities change. We change, so our online identities should be able to change too. This week, episode 140 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about owning your online identity! 

POWERED BY ADVANTAGE EVANS™ ACADEMY 

Globally, crypto investors realized total crypto gains of $162.7 billion in 2021, compared to just $32.5 billion in 2020. And in 2022, more than 200 million people worldwide have used crypto. Governments, including the US, acknowledge the viability of this asset class and institutional investors are increasingly embracing digital currencies in their portfolios, even–and especially–in crypto winter’s bear market.

Even with all the price volatility, clearly digital currencies are increasing in popularity, acceptance and adoption. In fact, the only thing more popular than crypto right now (sadly) are crypto scams. Crypto scammers took a record $14 billion in 2021. And the trend continues. So you need to arm yourself with strategies and the latest best practices to help you identify scams and protect against self-custody losses due to user error.

You need a S.E.C.U.R.E. Advantage! I’ve got the keys.

Register now for this free opportunity to learn how to enter the new digital economy and future of wealth, and do so safely, legally and confidently. Register now at advantageevans.academy/masterclass

Naveen founded Sparkart, his digital agency, when he was 19. He got involved in the entertainment industry by cold calling Linkin Park prior to the release of their best-selling album Hybrid Theory

Some of the talking points Naveen Jain and I go over in this episode include:

  • How your digital social accounts don’t belong to you, so it’s important to have a website.
  • The ideas behind using NFT for creativity and SSI. 
  • Some of the history of emoticons and emojis and how Yat uses that for identity.
  • The importance of the privacy of people and why Naveen believes it’s a human right.

CONNECT WITH NAVEEN JAIN:

LinkedIn

Twitter

Yat

Tari

CONNECT WITH PROF. TONYA M. EVANS:

Questions and requests: hello@techintersectpodcast.com 

Follow: Twitter @AtTechIntersect | Instagram @TechIntersect 

Web: Tech Intersect Podcast

Rapternal Music (Regulate and The Rabbit Hole) by Notty Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribut

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Learn how to plan, record, and launch your podcast with this illustrated guide.

Regulate & The Rabbit Hole by Notty Prod licensed via Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Produced by Tonya M. Evans for Advantage Evans, LLC

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The idea that a person would have a single Gmail or a single Twitter handle for their entire lives is a silly idea. Life is a journey and as we go through different phases as a human, our identities change. We change, so our online identities should be able to change too. This week, episode 140 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about owning your online identity! 

POWERED BY ADVANTAGE EVANS™ ACADEMY 

Globally, crypto investors realized total crypto gains of $162.7 billion in 2021, compared to just $32.5 billion in 2020. And in 2022, more than 200 million people worldwide have used crypto. Governments, including the US, acknowledge the viability of this asset class and institutional investors are increasingly embracing digital currencies in their portfolios, even–and especially–in crypto winter’s bear market.

Even with all the price volatility, clearly digital currencies are increasing in popularity, acceptance and adoption. In fact, the only thing more popular than crypto right now (sadly) are crypto scams. Crypto scammers took a record $14 billion in 2021. And the trend continues. So you need to arm yourself with strategies and the latest best practices to help you identify scams and protect against self-custody losses due to user error.

You need a S.E.C.U.R.E. Advantage! I’ve got the keys.

Register now for this free opportunity to learn how to enter the new digital economy and future of wealth, and do so safely, legally and confidently. Register now at advantageevans.academy/masterclass

Naveen founded Sparkart, his digital agency, when he was 19. He got involved in the entertainment industry by cold calling Linkin Park prior to the release of their best-selling album Hybrid Theory

Some of the talking points Naveen Jain and I go over in this episode include:

  • How your digital social accounts don’t belong to you, so it’s important to have a website.
  • The ideas behind using NFT for creativity and SSI. 
  • Some of the history of emoticons and emojis and how Yat uses that for identity.
  • The importance of the privacy of people and why Naveen believes it’s a human right.

CONNECT WITH NAVEEN JAIN:

LinkedIn

Twitter

Yat

Tari

CONNECT WITH PROF. TONYA M. EVANS:

Questions and requests: hello@techintersectpodcast.com 

Follow: Twitter @AtTechIntersect | Instagram @TechIntersect 

Web: Tech Intersect Podcast

Rapternal Music (Regulate and The Rabbit Hole) by Notty Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribut

How to Start a Podcast Guide: The Complete Guide
Learn how to plan, record, and launch your podcast with this illustrated guide.

Regulate & The Rabbit Hole by Notty Prod licensed via Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Produced by Tonya M. Evans for Advantage Evans, LLC

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