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I had the opportunity to discuss OpenOrchard with Andrew Levine who is the co-founder and CEO there. You may know him from Steemit where he worked since the beginning. He’s moved on to bigger and better things and we spend some time diving into all of it.
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These are some of the questions we went over:
• Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
• How and when did you originally get into cryptocurrency
• Can you give us a brief introduction to OpenOrchard?
• What problem does OpenOrchard solve?
• How did OpenOrchard get its name and what was the original idea or motivation to start it?
• What are the next big updates for OpenOrchard to release soon or that are in the works?
• Where does OpenOrchard fit in with other existing similar projects?
• Where do you see OpenOrchard going in the next year? The next 5 years?
• What is the current userbase size and how well is the project growing?
• So where can everyone go to learn more about this?