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Entrepreneurship Inbetween: Where Bitcoin Meets New Mexico Film

Thema Entrepreneurship, Technology, Technology Commercialization, Video



Clay Space is a 21-year-old Albuquerque entrepreneur who raised over $1 million in 48 hours in a way that could revolutionize the future of the film business. His approach, which bridges the digital and real worlds through cryptocurrencies and multi-platform storytelling, could change the course of New Mexico’s $500 million dollar film industry.

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