BTCS & Rubicon Crypto
Coming December 6

Why the collapse of FTX will be a stabilizing event for cryptocurrency

Date & Time

December 6, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar details will be provided upon approval

About the Event

While the news surrounding FTX makes headlines and obscures other more positive industry stories, the exchange’s bankruptcy also demonstrates the benefit of decentralized finance strategies and the importance of industry regulation.

Join our webinar with Charles Allen, CEO of BTCS, and Greg Johnson, CEO of Rubicon Crypto, to hear more about why despite recent events, crypto and digital finance technologies still offer many benefits for investors.

Greg Johnson, CEO, Rubicon Crypto
Since co-founding Rubicon Crypto in 2001, Greg has become one of the leading voices in the digital asset industry and is a much sought-after speaker on topics ranging from cryptocurrency, technology innovation, and leadership development.

Charles Allen, CEO, BTCS
Charles has been involved in the blockchain industry since its earliest days and he has leveraged this extensive experience in business strategy, investment banking, and capital markets transactions to develop and lead BTCS’s evolving business model.

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