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Crypto 101: An Introduction To Cryptocurrency And The Technology That Powers It

About the Event


As the internet moves from information transfer to asset transfer, tools like cryptocurrency, NFTs, blockchain, and their supporting technologies will become ever more useful and valuable.

Join our conversation with two experts in this burgeoning field to understand how and where value is created for investors:

  • Charles Allen, Founder and CEO of BTCS (NASDAQ: BTCS), a financial technology company that’s enabling the evolution of the internet by securing the next generation of blockchain.
  • John R. Sarson: CoFounder and CEO of Sarson Funds, an independent provider of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency educational services focusing on the financial professional community.

Sign up today to reserve your spot for this lively and informative panel discussion.

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