February 22, 2018.
Interview in DN
Jon Ramvi is one of Norway’s most talented in blockchains. He is the entrepreneur behind the blockcompany, Blockchanges, which has customers like DNB, Storebrand and Statkraft.
December 5, 2017.
Interview on digi.no
We’re learning from Spotify and Valve. We also aim to challenge the myths that there are differences between owners and employees in the company. All employees will be owners. Ramvi also says that he is implementing a flat structure in the company.
December 4, 2017.
Interview in Finansavisen
Blockchain will be the new Internet.
September 10, 2017.
Interview on E24
Jon Ramvi in Blockchangers believes people who do not know what they are doing should be very careful before investing in Initial Coin Offerings (ICO).
May 29, 2017.
Interview on Shifter.no podcast
Blockchain expert Jon Ramvi discusses digital currency and Tesla in Shifter’s podcast. One of the questions asked: Should you invest in bitcoin now?
May 19, 2017.
Interview on Shifter.no
EasyPeasy founder Jon Ramvi leaves DNB Bank to build blockchain company
February 11, 2017.
Technical analysis of OneCoin for Aftenposten
Aftenposten engaged Jon Ramvi to evaluate Onecoin as a crypto currency based on how Onelife presents the currency. He has worked full-time with blockchain for over three years.
February 6, 2017.
Interview on NRK.no
I think we will see blockchain enter into all industries and in all parts of our lives.
December 7, 2016.
Interview on Kampanje.com
This is what blockchain may mean for the media and advertising industry. “We can see for us a future where the user sells data”
May 26, 2016.
Interview on NRK1
Blockchain is an exciting new technology which can disrupt the world as much as the Internet did
May 25, 2016.
Interview on NRK about liquid democracy on the blockchain
Norway will probably not be the first to use blockchain in this area as we have very great confidence in the government.
April 26, 2016.
Interview in NITO Refleks about blockchain
New technology is going to remove intermediaries and may give unions more power, if you believe the expert.
April 19, 2016.
Interview about blockchains on NRK P1 (radio) (no)
Listen online (Norwegian)
March 22, 2016.
Interview in Dagens Næringsliv about GameCoin.io
The largest industries, such as hotels and transportation, have already been done in the sharing economy. The next major industry of the sharing economy is competence.
March 4, 2016.
Short interview about blockchains on NRK P2 (radio) (no)
Interview on Culture News on NRK. Listen online (Norwegian)
February 19, 2016.
Interview in Aftenposten about the blockchain
You can use the blockchain for a thousand things. The more you learn about it, the more opportunities are revealed.
January 16, 2016.
Opinion piece in Klassekampen about the sharing economy II
Rather than speculate on whether the driver pay taxes, I hope we can use the time to discuss the more interesting aspect of the question: how does it take society forward? Where would we, and how can we regulate the sharing economy to get there?
January 13, 2016.
Opinion piece in Klassekampen about the sharing economy I
If we’re clever now, may the sharing economy flourish and live side by side with the markets we know today.
April 23, 2014.
Interview on NRK.no about the Heartbleed bug II
Android users should update the operating system to be safe from computer attacks, said Jon Ramvi, an expert on computer security.
April 10, 2014.
Interview on NRK.no about the Heartbleed bug I
Fraudsters have been able to flea accounts for two years
October 27, 2009.
Interview on VG.no about EasyPeasy
EasyPeasy is doing fine so far, but we have to find our niche now that Chrome Os and Moblin are on the move
May 7, 2009.
Interview on TEK.no about EasyPeasy
Easy Peasy 1.1 was released last week and ble sluppet for en uke siden og er blitt lastet ned 17 040 ganger.
February 9, 2009.
Interview on ITavisen.no about EasyPeasy
I started Ubuntu Eee (now Easy Peasy) Christmas ’07 as a script that changed a standard Ubuntu installation to work with Asus Eee
October 24, 2008.
Interview on intel.com about EasyPeasy
The whole project started out just like that, making a tutorial on how to fix the regular Ubuntu install. Then I made a script which did it automatically and then I started a whole new distribution.