Samson Mow News
Samson Mow is a Canadian video game developer, CEO and founder of the game development company Pixelmatic. Mow has a Bachelor of Business Administrator form Simon Fraser University. Samson worked in Relic Entertainment, where he was in charge of game balance for Company of Heroes and Dawn of War — both of which later became critically approved and successful games. Samson Mow later worked as COO in BTC China and as director of production for Ubisoft Entertainment. Today, Samson Mow is the CSO of Blockstream, an entrepreneur and marketing strategist. Samson Mow is a Bitcoin expert and is often invited to various blockchain gatherings, events and conferences, where he, for example, famously debated Roger Ver about Bitcoin scaling. Mow is also a popular author for various financial and cryptocurrency-related magazines.
Pixelmatic hopes to use the support of major crypto players for mainstream gamer adoption of digital currency with its INF token.
Samson Mow’s Infinite Fleet Game 2020 Launch Backed by Major Players
In a Cointelegraph BlockShow panel, the Blockstream CSO delivered a frank appraisal of the stablecoin space’s present and future.
Samson Mow: Stablecoins Are a ‘Mid-Step Towards Hyperbitcoinization’
Bitcoin is digital freedom because it allows making the transactions that others don’t want you to make, Blockstream CSO says.
Regulators Hostile to Bitcoin Will Fall Out of Favor, Warns Samson Mow
Blockstream Chief Strategy Officer Samson Mow says Bitcoin is bad for payments but the Lightning Network solves this.
Bitcoin Is Bad for Payments, But Lightning Solves This: Samson Mow
Blockstream CSO, Samson Mow, says that Facebook should have just used Bitcoin instead of developing Libra because regulators won’t let it happen.
‘Libra Is so Screwed’ — Should Have Used Bitcoin, Says Samson Mow
Bitmain has reportedly fired all staff working on its Bitcoin Cash client, and could dismiss over 1,000 more, social media messages allege.
Reports: Bitmain Allegedly Fires All BCH Developers in Wave of Redundancies
Jihan Wu and Bitmain hold so much mining power that they could indeed be manipulating the market.
Bitmain's Mining Monopoly Compromises Bitcoin's Decentralized Nature