Fundamentals of Why Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
April 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
What is money? Do you currently own any Bitcoin or Cryptocurrencies? Should you own some in the future? Do you read contradicting headlines (positive and negative) about Bitcoin and wonder why it seems to matter so much? What’s Blockchain have to do with this all? This is a conversation dedicated to dispensing with the hype and hyperbole of Bitcoin and delivering in their place a practical understanding of this new (and some would say inevitable) new form of money.
In this presentation, we will tackle the question: “What is the most important thing that experts in Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency understand and that we (people new to the space) don’t realize, recognize or consistently misunderstand?”
Arry Yu, Chair of the WTIA Cascadia Blockchain Council
Strategic operator, venture investor and portfolio entrepreneur with expertise in scaling businesses with a consistent track record building high performing businesses and teams. Co-founder and Chair of the Cascadia Blockchain Council with the WTIA, who raised over $32 million dollars worth in crypto assets in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in 2017. Arry is the cohost of Windshield Time Podcast. She also serves as a Fractional COO to a handful of clients.
ArryinSeattle | @CascadiaCounci1
Event is free but registration required: https://nwirccryptofundamentals.eventbrite.com