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    CRYPTO-TRADING 101 : ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW GET STARTED Decentrl and BIGA Recorded: Jun 21 2018 30 mins
    Individuals and businesses en masse are realizing the potential of blockchain, and are eager to invest in the vast and growing number of products and solutions this revolutionary technology has produced. There are huge gains and losses to be made from investing in crypto; getting an understanding of blockchain technology is pretty essential for everyone in looking to enter.

    Though, even with an investment background, things can get complicated fairly quick. With so much advice out there, it’s difficult, if not seemingly impossible, to find the signal amongst the noise.

    Decentrl has partnered with BIGA to cut through the noise. We are a boutique consultancy that advises fellow blockchain startups, enterprises, and governments on crypto-economics, investor relations, business development, and community building, and have collectively raised over $600M.

    Together, our team of analysts, community leaders, and investors bring you an insightful webinar so you and your network can be given a straightforward introduction to the complex and sensational world of crypto.

    We’ll teach you everything you need to know to get started, including:

    • How to set up your first wallet
    • Using altcoin exchanges
    • How to start trading
    • The risks

    We will follow-up our talk with our Macro Trading Report, which will be of interest to more seasoned traders, but also very insightful to beginners, which will include:

    • An overview of the current market state (including Bitcoin & Ethereum)
    • Upcoming major news events for the top 100 ranked cryptocurrencies
    • Projects to watch
    • Updates from major conferences & events

    There will also be a chance to have your questions answered during our live Q&A.

    To join us for the webinar, simply make a free account on BrightTALK.

    Surprise guest appearances will also be featured live from our office in Los Angeles!
  • Building the decentralised future; an introduction to ConsenSys
    Building the decentralised future; an introduction to ConsenSys Niamh O'Connell, Senior Solutions Associate at ConsenSys Dublin Recorded: Jun 14 2018 25 mins
    Learn about the work being undertaken to build the decentralised future with the following areas being covered in this session:

    - The ConsenSys Vision
    - The Ethereum Advantage
    - The Spokes of ConsenSys
    - Notable client engagements
  • Price Discovery in the Digital Assets space
    Price Discovery in the Digital Assets space Ambre Soubiran, CEO, Kaiko Recorded: Jun 14 2018 31 mins
    Pricing digital assets in the marketplace through the interactions of buyers and seller.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    - Importance of price discovery and having a reference point for digital assets' value
    - Cryptocurrency exchanges, order books and resulting trades
    - Prices at any given time is a natural result of the buying / selling that happens on exchanges around the world
    - Institutional asset allocators are warming up to the idea of investing in crypto
  • Making Sense of Smart Contracts
    Making Sense of Smart Contracts Amy Wan, CEO, Sagewise Recorded: Jun 13 2018 39 mins
    Smart contracts present great potential, but in order to use them, users should understand their advantages and limitations.

    This presentation will discuss:
    1. The benefits of smart contracts
    2. Features of Blockchain
    3. Strengths of smart contracts
    4. Shortcomings and vulnerabilities of smart contracts
    5. How to minimize smart contract shortcomings

    Amy Wan, Esq., is Founder and Chief Legal Hacker at Sagewise, a project of Bootstrap Legal. Sagewise aims to build a dispute resolution infrastructure for smart contract disputes. Amy was previously a Partner at a law firm and general counsel of a real estate crowdfunding startup. Amy is also Founder and Co-Organizer of Legal Hackers LA and served as a Presidential Management Fellow.
  • Why Smart Cities Must Embrace Decentralization: The Case for Blockchain Cities
    Why Smart Cities Must Embrace Decentralization: The Case for Blockchain Cities David LEE Kuo Chuen (BlockAsset Ventures & LeftCoast) Boyd Cohen (EADA Business School and IoMob) Recorded: Jun 13 2018 61 mins
    The concept of smart cities has evolved greatly in the past decade. One common trend we have noticed is the growing appreciate for active citizen engagement and contribution towards smarter, more efficient and happier cities.

    At the same time there are competing models for the role of technology in society: proprietary, venture capital-backed and frequently extractive (Web 2.0) versus open, co-creative and decentralized (Web 3.0).

    In this webinar, blockchain professors and entrepreneurs, David Lee and Boyd Cohen will explore the myriad of reasons why a blockchain approach to the evolution of cities is the superior choice for improving quality of life, ensuring resilience and for enabling urban innovation.

    David LEE Kuo Chuen: BlockAsset Ventures and LeftCoast co-founder
    Boyd Cohen: Dean of Research at EADA Business School and CEO, Co-founder of IoMob
  • Introduction to Cryptoeconomics
    Introduction to Cryptoeconomics Dr. Cathy Barrera, Co-Founder and Chief Economist Prysm Group Recorded: Jun 11 2018 60 mins
    Economics is the study of resource production and distribution via individual optimization and strategic interaction. Nowhere is this body of knowledge more important than in the development of distributed systems in which a large number of individuals must coordinate their actions to create joint value.

    In this session, Dr. Cathy Barrera, co-founder and chief economist at Prysm Group, will discuss the three levels of analysis at which economics can be applied to blockchain technology--the ecosystem level, the protocol level, and the app level——and present lessons development teams should learn from each.
  • IoT, Blockchain and Healthcare: Are we Ready?
    IoT, Blockchain and Healthcare: Are we Ready? Monique J. Morrow, President & Co-Founder, The Humanized Internet Recorded: Jun 5 2018 44 mins
    With the Internet of Things and applications such as wearable personal health trackers, we are becoming more the center of our active care management. The issues of privacy and security are foundational to the safety of our healthcare data.

    What is the possible function of blockchain, in our healthcare industry given the numerous players such as insurance, physicians, pharmaceuticals, researchers and above all the patient where transactions such as medical care records; drug trial results may be transacted immutably on a public ledger or perhaps a ledger that is hybrid, public-private? The speaker will articulate blockchain use cases that may be considered for application in the healthcare industry.

    There is work in progress in this space of healthcare and blockchain, however, what must be pivotal in the discussion is that the patient remain the center of this dynamically changing universe. Education will be critical and an opportunity for this industry!

    The key takeaways from this webinar are:
    1.Assess Blockchain and its application in the healthcare industry;
    2.Understand the polarity between regulation-privacy-security and transparency;
    3.Call to action re: Education for all players especially the patient

    About the presenter:

    Monique is President and Co-Founder of the Humanized Internet, a non-profit organization focused on providing digital identity for those individuals most underserved. Blockchain is certainly a potential mechanism for this billion-people challenge. Visit thehumanizedinternet.org for more information.
  • The Intersection of IoT & Blockchain: Two Great Tastes That Taste Great Together
    The Intersection of IoT & Blockchain: Two Great Tastes That Taste Great Together Scott Udell, VP IoT Solutions and Ed Featherston, VP Principal Architect, Cloud Technology Partners Recorded: Jun 5 2018 46 mins
    The recent Southwest Airlines fatal engine failure has brought the discussion around predictive maintenance to the forefront. This webinar discusses how the intersection of two disruptive technologies, The Internet of Things and blockchain, could be applied in the development of a Predictive Maintenance As A Service solution.

    Discussion points will include:

    - Internet of Things, sensors
    - Blockchain concepts, distributed ledger, smart contracts
    - Intersection of these technologies through the supply chain
    - How to leverage the features of that intersection towards a predictive maintenance as a Service

    About the speakers:

    Scott Udell is VP, IoT Solutions at Cloud Technology Partners. He brings 27+ years of consulting and technology industry success. He has spent most of the last 15 years working in startups focused on IoT, M2M, Video Analytics, RFID, Retail/CPG/Supply Chain and Logistics.

    Ed Featherston is VP, Principal Architect at Cloud Technology Partners. He brings 35+ years of technology experience in designing, building, and implementing large complex solutions. He has significant expertise in systems integration, Internet/intranet, and cloud technologies. He has delivered projects in various industries, including financial services, pharmacy, government and retail.
  • Important Events in Cryptocurrency History: 2013
    Important Events in Cryptocurrency History: 2013 Travin Keith, Managing Director at Agavon Recorded: May 31 2018 59 mins
    New or relatively new to cryptocurrencies and want to catch up on its history? Here's a rundown of some of the most important events in 2013 that you need to know about as you continue along learning about cryptocurrencies to better understand why things are the way they are today.
  • Everything An Issuer Needs to Know about Token Offerings
    Everything An Issuer Needs to Know about Token Offerings Dara Albright, Darren Marble Recorded: May 31 2018 59 mins
    This is the must-view webinar for any company interested in launching a token offering. Listeners will gain a firm understanding of the types of token offerings, the differences between ICOs and STOs, the regulatory landscape, the costs involved as well as insight into the ecosystem of token buyers and advisors.

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