Opolis Public Radio | Freelancing, Finances and the Future of Work

Episode 5: Sean Li of Magic Labs - Digital Identity, Big Data & Web3 Mass Adoption

July 09, 2020 Opolis Episode 5
Opolis Public Radio | Freelancing, Finances and the Future of Work
Episode 5: Sean Li of Magic Labs - Digital Identity, Big Data & Web3 Mass Adoption
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Opolis Public Radio | Freelancing, Finances and the Future of Work
Episode 5: Sean Li of Magic Labs - Digital Identity, Big Data & Web3 Mass Adoption
Jul 09, 2020 Episode 5
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On Opolis Public Radio (OPR), we dig into how changes in the world are changing people’s lives with a focus on freelancing, finances and the future of work.

With Opolis, freelancers and gig workers everywhere have access to the same health benefits, life and disability insurance, and other services that only corporate employees have had access to traditionally.

Subscribe to Opolis’ YouTube channel to stay in the loop: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxpG_XyDTUvYmrTfiexmU2A?view_as=subscriber

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Speaker: In this episode of OPR, Opolis Founder & Executive Steward John Paller chats with Sean Li, Co-Founder & CEO of Magic Labs (formerly Fortmatic). Sean has served as the co-founder & CEO of Magic Labs, formerly Fortmatic, since 2018. He previously worked at Docker and Kitematic, served as a Fellow at Lightspeed Venture Partners, and is a University of Waterloo graduate in computer software engineering.

Follow John Paller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PallerJohn

Follow Sean Li on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_seanli

Abstract: On this episode of Opolis Public Radio (OPR), we dig into digital identity, user-friendly authentication, how to bring Web3 to your next-door neighbor, and the shared revenue model of The Employment Commons.

 This talk was recorded on July 8th, 2020.

About Sean Li: Sean Li has served as the co-founder & CEO of Magic Labs, formerly Fortmatic, since 2018. He previously worked at Docker and Kitematic, served as a Fellow at Lightspeed Venture Partners, and is a University of Waterloo graduate in computer software engineering.

About Opolis: Opolis is building a next generation employment ecosystem for the self-sovereign worker. With Opolis, freelancers and gig workers everywhere have access to the same health benefits, life and disability insurance, and other services that only corporate employees have had access to traditionally.

Show Notes

On Opolis Public Radio (OPR), we dig into how changes in the world are changing people’s lives with a focus on freelancing, finances and the future of work.

With Opolis, freelancers and gig workers everywhere have access to the same health benefits, life and disability insurance, and other services that only corporate employees have had access to traditionally.

Subscribe to Opolis’ YouTube channel to stay in the loop: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxpG_XyDTUvYmrTfiexmU2A?view_as=subscriber

Join the discussion on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Opolis

Speaker: In this episode of OPR, Opolis Founder & Executive Steward John Paller chats with Sean Li, Co-Founder & CEO of Magic Labs (formerly Fortmatic). Sean has served as the co-founder & CEO of Magic Labs, formerly Fortmatic, since 2018. He previously worked at Docker and Kitematic, served as a Fellow at Lightspeed Venture Partners, and is a University of Waterloo graduate in computer software engineering.

Follow John Paller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PallerJohn

Follow Sean Li on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_seanli

Abstract: On this episode of Opolis Public Radio (OPR), we dig into digital identity, user-friendly authentication, how to bring Web3 to your next-door neighbor, and the shared revenue model of The Employment Commons.

 This talk was recorded on July 8th, 2020.

About Sean Li: Sean Li has served as the co-founder & CEO of Magic Labs, formerly Fortmatic, since 2018. He previously worked at Docker and Kitematic, served as a Fellow at Lightspeed Venture Partners, and is a University of Waterloo graduate in computer software engineering.

About Opolis: Opolis is building a next generation employment ecosystem for the self-sovereign worker. With Opolis, freelancers and gig workers everywhere have access to the same health benefits, life and disability insurance, and other services that only corporate employees have had access to traditionally.