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Daniel Garcia - PolygonalMind.com



Published on
September 3, 2019
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Show Notes:


  1. First up, we get an introduction on how Daniel got started creating assets for Decentraland and how he got into cryptocurrencies overall
  2. Next, we discuss the addictive nature of World of Warcraft and how it contributes positively to society.
  3. Then we discuss impact of Neuralink and the potential hacking hazard it may cause.
  4. And Finally, We get an outsiders perspective on mass shootings in the US.

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We were recommended to have Daniel Garcia join the show to discuss how cryptocurrencies have affected 3d design and virtual worlds. Daniel is the creator of PolygonalMind.com and has a huge passion for design and gaming. We dive into detail into the world of Decentraland and we touch his team’s creation of a virtual escape room. The nostalgic game of World of Warcraft Classic recently launched and we get into its addictive affects. Its not all bad though, gaming was responsible for teaching children new languages to financial responsibility. We migrate our discussion to Neuralink and how the threat of a hack is heightened because a brain interface would be the ultimate form of privacy invasion. Finally, we get an outsider’s perspective of the U.S.’s mass shooting epidemic.