Bitcoin for Advisors
October 6, 2021
The goal of Bitcoin for Advisors is to equip investment advisors with tools to better understand bitcoin, talk to their clients about bitcoin, and work bitcoin into their business. We’re working closely with professional advisors to build out a program that is timely, valuable, and actionable for the financial advisor community, and presented in a manner that is targeted and relevant to their interests. Through a series of keynotes, panels, and interactive roundtable sessions, we will discuss investment theses for bitcoin, why younger demographics are turning to this asset, and how it fits into the current global macroeconomic picture. We will also walk through the practicalities: how to answer client questions about bitcoin, how to talk to your compliance department about bitcoin, how can bitcoin help grow your book. Advisors will walk away from this virtual event with a grasp of how bitcoin fits into the world and their business.
Crypto State 2021
November 11, 2021
The cryptocurrency movement has never been so sprawling, reaching every corner of the planet. Crypto State by CoinDesk aims to connect with local communities to explore this movement of financial disruption and how it trickles down to every corner of the globe, from DeFi investment opportunities to alternative ways to transact and store wealth. Join us in Nigeria, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa and beyond. Stops are added continuously.
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June 10-12, 2022
Consensus, will return to an in-person format and be held in Austin, Texas, for the first time ever. Since 2015, Consensus has been recognized as the most influential event in cryptocurrency and blockchain. Consensus will bring together thousands of attendees to hear from the most sought-after thought leaders and experience a wide range of keynotes, exclusive panels, workshops, and networking opportunities. The festival-style event will be held June 10th - 12th, 2022, with the Austin Convention Center as its hub, while other locations throughout the city will host a variety of additional programming from CoinDesk, the World Economic Forum, Coin Center and other partner organizations.
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