Cointelegraph: Hey guys, this is Catherine Ross from Cointelegraph. We’re here in Berlin with Jimmy Wales. Hi Jimmy, it is a pleasure to meet you. First of all, how is it going on BlockShow? JW: Great! I just came offstage. I spoke about Wikipedia a little bit and about decentralized
(crowd cheers) – Hand in there like we showed you. – [Jimmy] I’m a little nervous. – I bet. – [Announcer] 111, you ready? – I think Jimmy’s a survivor, really, and he’s starting to flourish. – Jimmy’s storyline is so great. – I mean, how can you not love
(energetic music) – Pray like hell and hold on. (truck horn blaring) – You’re a two-time loser, Jimmy. One more felony and they throw away the keys. – Know how to ride horse? – I’d expect some resistance. – Define resistance. – Resistance the kinda thing that defines itself, Jimmy.
-Did you know that the Worldwide Web just turned 30 years old? -What? -Yeah. It’s the 30th anniversary — or birthday, I guess — of the Internet. -That’s crazy. -Is that the same thing — the Worldwide Web and the Internet? -I think they’re two different things. -They’re two different
ELSIE FISHER AND MUSIC FROM DENNIS LLOYD IS ON THE WAY AS WELL AS MANDY MOORE. HOUSE KEEPING TO, DO THOSE WHO WORK IN AN OFFICE MIGHT BE ABLE TO RELATE BUT I DON’T KNOW THAT YOU CAN. WE HAVE A WRITER, NAME’S GARY, WE LOVE GARY BUT GARY HAS
Jimmy Fallon hosts the most watched late-night show on television and in an industry where most games, stunts and celebrities are interchangeable, that says a lot about his likability. But Jimmy is not universally adored. A glance at the YouTube comments section shows that some people find him fake and