A Comprehensive Crypto Outlook: Pain, Progress and Metaphors

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Editor

It’s been 10 years and crypto – despite all of the debates and naysaying – is still here.

In this video, Bcause Founder and Chief Marketing Officer Thomas Flake, Coinigy CFO and Director of Business Development Derek Urben, and Hehmeyer Trading + Investments CEO Chris Hehmeyer, talk about culling the crypto herd, mining hardware, scary practices, and institutional money in the space. 

Produced by Mike Forrester

 

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