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Financial professionals can no longer ignore questions about crypto and digital assets. With increased institutional adoption, improved market conditions, and regulatory clarity beginning to take shape, investors are beginning to ask long-term questions and consider the mainstream adoption of crypto.

In this hour-long webinar, Bitwise CIO Matt Hougan will review the basics of crypto from a professional investor’s point of view: What’s a blockchain? What made bitcoin groundbreaking? And why are there thousands of crypto assets? Join this webinar to get a clear, straightforward, jargon-free explanation of what crypto is, why it matters, and where it’s going.

Topics include:

  • What crypto is, what it’s not, and the technological breakthroughs it has facilitated
  • Why is there more than one crypto asset?
  • The long-term fundamentals of crypto, including increased institutional adoption
  • Stablecoins – and whether crypto should be categorized as commodities or securities
  • What’s next on the regulatory horizon

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