CNET founder, Halsey Minor is a technology visionary behind some of the greatest successes in enterprise computing, which have anticipated “what’s next” in enterprise architecture and technology adoption. Minor’s extensive resume includes launching a vast portfolio of companies worth over $185 billion in cumulative value, building a Nasdaq 100 company from scratch, and pioneering countless disruptive technologies. His achievements as founder, co-founder, or investor include CNET, Salesforce, Uphold, Google Voice, OpenDNS, and Vignette (now a part of OpenText), VideoCoin Network, and Live Planet.
Halsey founded and is CEO at Live Planet, a developer of infrastructural technologies to enable next-generation video applications. At Live Planet, Halsey introduced the VideoCoin Network, video infrastructure for the blockchain-enabled internet, delivering decentralized video encoding, storage, and content distribution. His groundbreaking work with VideoCoin Network has prompted features in Forbes, Inc., CoinTelegraph, and CoinDesk to name a few.