Isaiah Douglass

Isaiah Douglass

Isaiah Douglass, CFP®, CEPA, is a partner at Vincere Wealth Management. He is a contributing writer for CoinDesk’s Crypto for Advisors newsletter.

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Price, Not Intrinsic Value, Is the True Measure of Bitcoin’s Success
Many financial advisors cite lack of intrinsic value as a case against bitcoin. But demand and global adoption, evidenced by bitcoin's steadily increasing price, are what they...
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Bitcoin NFTs Challenge the Blockchain’s Largest Use Case: Money
The Bitcoin community has been abuzz with conversations around how Ordinal Inscriptions could signal a technical improvement to NFTs. But the increased fees and transaction sp...
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The CFP Board’s Latest Report on Crypto Sets High Standards for Advisors
Decisions to recommend bitcoin should depend on an advisor's crypto competency and a client’s personal/financial circumstances, the CFP Board’s notice rightly says.
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Bitcoin Is the Song That Does Not End
Bitcoin prices have fallen, but user interest and developer activity remain as strong as ever.
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Worried About a Financial Crisis? Enter – Self Custody.
Placing bitcoin in cold storage won't prevent losses, but it can eliminate counterparty risk.
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Bitcoin Doesn’t Need Yield When Holding Will Suffice
Bitcoin yields present risks and are unnecessary.
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Facts or Feelings? Bitcoin Allocation Makes Sense Even in Nasty Bear Markets
If you run the numbers, bitcoin still belongs in a financial advisor’s investment toolbox.
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How Bitcoin Could Power a New Wave of Small Business Innovation
Bitcoin payments are dramatically underutilized – and transacting in bitcoin introduces more ways for a small business to capitalize.
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To Understand Bitcoin, We Need to Understand What Money Is
How do financial experts reach vastly different conclusions about bitcoin and its role? The answer lies in a misunderstanding of what money is.
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What Advisors Should Know About Bitcoin and Inflation
Bitcoin can function as a store of value that avoids the inflation seen with fiat money and helps clients plan for and reach future goals.
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