In this episode, I interview Clay Collins, the CEO of Nomics. Nomics is an API to capture and make available for use all cryptocurrency price data and coin information that’s out there.
The information in this podcast should not be construed as investment advice, it is purely educational material and you should always do your own research before buying.
Clay Collins is the CEO of Nomics, a company he’s building to be the data layer for crypto. They currently maintain an API will historical and real time price data on thousands of crypto projects from dozens of markets, going back to their inception.
The Nomics API is in use on their own website, nomics.com, which is essentially designed as a competitor to Coin Market Cap.
I have been chatting with Clay about being a user of their API and have been really impressed with the API (including all that they offer for free) and what his goals are for this project. I asked him to come on to discuss Nomics, but also more.
He hosts a podcast called Flippening that is well worth listening to. It is a great podcast and well produced. They recently did a three part series on security tokens that is a must listen.
Clay has been an entrepreneur for a long time, and already grew one startup into a a profitable and successful mid-size business –in Lead Pages. I believe that he has a good voice for the crypto ecosystem and that you’ll enjoy hearing this interview.
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Music: “Oh, the chains” by Joel Madison Blount