CoinDesk Live is back! Twice a week, the Lockdown Edition will feature discussions and public AMAs via Zoom with key speakers from the Consensus: Distributed agenda. Here, you'll get a preview of the content we have planned for our first fully virtual conference happening May 11-15.
On the show, we'll chat with developers from the most exciting crypto projects, unpack the basics - and not so basics - of the industry and hear from entrepreneurs disrupting traditional industries. Then we’ll open the floor for you to ask questions directly to our guests.
Register to join CoinDesk Live on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 p.m. EST / 1 p.m. PST.
Thursday, April 16: Data trails and digital personas with Alex McDougall, cofounder and chief investment officer at Bicameral Ventures, hosted by Consensus organizer Bailey Reutzel. Listen to the CoinDesk Live podcast
Tuesday, April 21: For-profit DAOs with Priyanka Desai and Aaron Wright from The Lao, hosted by CoinDesk business editor Zack Seward Listen to the CoinDesk Live podcast
Tuesday, April 28: Financial inclusion and diversity in the cryptocurrency space with Carlos Acevedo from Brave, hosted by Consensus organizer Stephanie Izquieta. Listen to the CoinDesk Live podcast
Thursday, April 30: Private transactions, client improvements and dealing with FUD on Ethereum with Hudson Jameson from Ethereum Foundation, hosted by Consensus organizer Nolan Bauerle. Listen to the CoinDesk Live podcast
Then join us at Consensus: Distributed May 11-15, 2020.
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