Jul 22, 2021
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM (America/Chicago)

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Is Cryptocurrency really worth the hype?

Cryptocurrencies represent the future - Do they?

Are they the key technological element to creating a new Decentralized Economy that is fairer, freer, and faster?

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Coin, Cardano, Ripple, Dogecoin – what are these?

Why do I care about bitcoin and why is it important?

Cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin, have been on a wild ride in the last 12 months or so. They have rocketed to astronomical heights only to fall back to more modest heights because of something Elon Musk said. But the cracks are beginning to show. Cryptos are currently in the initial stages of the “Peak of Inflated Expectations” phase. The mainstream media’s coverage of cryptocurrencies (and their NFT cousins) has been increasing over the past few years, and the mass proliferation of altcoins in the market has dramatically accelerated in 2021. The actual usage of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, though, still remains largely a niche.

Find out everything that you wanted and need to know – from Crypto 101 through investor issues and beyond.

Jason Yanowitz will address the key question of “how does this impact my business?” He will take live questions and answer in an interactive open dialogue.

Jason Yanowitz is the Co-Founder of Blockworks, a financial media brand that delivers news and insights about digital assets to millions of investors. Prior to Blockworks, Jason helped build the business development team at Sisense, a data analytics startup that raised nearly $300M, and worked in venture capital at Intuitive Venture Partners.

Parth Vakil, Wealth Management Advisor, Partner at The Piedmont Group, will moderate this webinar. Parth has been named a “Top 40 Advisor Under 40” for the last four years in a row. He is also a Million Dollar Round Table Producer since 2019.


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