Bitcoin and crypto demystified: Do you have a question you want answered? Find out how to ask our experts
Do you have a bitcoin or crypto question that you would like answered?
Our special video panel discussion, Bitcoin and crypto demystified, will explain what you need to know about one of the big financial stories of recent years. And you can send us questions that you would like our expert guests to answer.
While the rollercoaster ride of crypto prices dominates headlines – and has made some investors a mint – blockchain is also considered to have the potential to radically remake technology and the internet.
For many crypto remains something of a mystery, however, and in this special live streamed discussion at 1pm on Tuesday 16th November, This is Money will gather a panel of experts to take an open-minded but healthily sceptical look at crypto and answer your questions.
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Hosted by Simon Lambert, the event will delve into the world of bitcoin and crypto, where returns can be stratospheric but the risk is immense too.
It will look at what investors already dabbling in digital assets or considering buying them need to know.
Among our guests will be Glen Goodman, author of the bestselling book The Crypto Trader, who forecast the crash that followed the last bitcoin boom – and encourages those investing or trading in bitcoin or crypto to manage their risks carefully.
From bitcoin, its history and whether it is staking a claim to digital gold, to ethereum and altcoin rivals, and stablecoins such as tether, the event will look at the opportunities and risks of crypto and decentralised finance.
Our experts will explain how blockchain works, why it is considered important, and how innovative entrepreneurs are coming up with ideas for decentralised platforms and applications.
> Register here now to watch the event live on Tuesday at 1pm or get access to catch up on the video at a time that suits you.
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