Last Month, we had the pleasure to attending the Reinvent Yourself With Crypto Conference powered by Rodney Burton a.k.a. Bitcoin Rodney. The 3-Day was filled with tons of guest speakers, attendees, special acts and most of all informative workshops educating individual about cryptocurrency. While at the conference, we had a chance to speak with Richard Thompson, founder of Digital Air Technology & Analytics, along with Actress/Comedian Tiffany Haddish, who recently partnered up with the company. During our discussion, we had the chance to learn more about the company and formation of the new partnership.
Q: What is the overall goal of Digital Air Technology how the partnership came about.
Richard Thompson: The overall goal is actually to bring our community together and put it in the forefront of technology. The company itself now allows us to go places where companies such Google and Microsoft has gone. Our vision, our table’s going to have a community.
Tiffany Haddish: The partnership came about through one of my good friends, Jimmy Martinez. When I started to make to money, I started telling certain people that I want to make investments. So Jimmy let me know about Richard and I loved what I was hearing.
This opportunity was about opening up the doors for our community and having an ownership for ourselves. So we have Jaro, which is like our Google basically, and where we can, we communicate with each other, but we get our information.
Like you, you’re a writer, right? Well I’m a reader who put your stuff up on dry road for me, I’ll read what you write. Then we get advertising. It’s our stuff is for us, it is another way for us to communicate with each other without necessarily. Then if people want to join it and they’re more than welcome to pay for subscription as well, but we can list them for us. We also have busier, which is basically like our zoom. It’s a way for us to communicate with each other.
We are doing a lot of things. We are in many countries right now and on our continent. We have schools that we are bringing us together, building that bridge. Earlier we talked about China and the people here. They still have a direct connection to China. The Italians come over, Irish, come over to English, come on. They still have a connection to that country. We came here and our connection was cut off so we have to build our bridge back.
We have to, we have to come together. I would love for, you know, as to be, instead of my things saying made in China, I would like it to say like Made In Nigeria, Made In South Africa, Made In Ghana, Made In Eritrea and Ethiopia. That’s what I would like to see more of. I would like to buy things and, and, and be in communication with, and work with people.