In today’s episode of the podcast, guest Eric Moes is on the show to share his knowledge of blockchain technology and its potential impact in ranching. He shares how it works, the principles and concepts behind it, and potential challenges it presents. Eric further discusses a few intriguing use cases, from traceability of livestock management data to fractionalized ranch ownership.
In this episode, BlockChain - The Beginners Guide with Eric Moes, we cover:
The collapse of FDS and the negative news surrounding cryptocurrency
Differentiating between blockchain and bitcoin
How blockchain can be a useful tool for various agricultural applications
How blockchain could potentially disrupt traditional systems such as accounting and sale barns
Understanding Web 3.0 and the fusion of digital and physical world
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Ranching.FYI is dedicated to providing quality education for ranchers. The podcast serves as a convenient and accessible tool for ranchers to gain valuable insights, strategies, and principles to enhance their ranching practices.
The Ranching.FYI podcast is part of a larger initiative to create an online library of the best information available for ranchers. The hosts recognize the need for professional development that doesn't require ranchers to leave their properties for extended periods. By providing access to a variety of quality education, Ranching.FYI aims to empower ranchers to improve their practices and achieve greater success.
The hosts of the podcast, John Haskell, owns Ranch Right LLC. He serves as a resource for ranchers who want to know their numbers and manage more effectively. He also offers consulting and monthly bookkeeping services.
Wally Olsen, an Oklahoma rancher and is a firm believer in helping place an old head on young shoulders. It is this belief that lead to Ranching.FYI. Wally teaches cattle marketing schools and loves to help young people get started in ranching.
Cinnamon Lenhart, a fourth-generation rancher from northeastern Wyoming, she helps business owners take their stories and turn them into profit, which can be particularly valuable for ranchers looking to differentiate themselves in the market.
By sharing their knowledge and experiences, the hosts of Ranching.FYI hope to empower ranchers to ranch better and achieve greater profitability and success in their operations.
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