Crypto Currencies are becoming mainstream. Those who support it have a vision that it will become a stand-alone credible asset category. Whether or not you think their vision will turn to reality, cryptocurrencies cannot be ignored and every investor should have an informed perspective.
What are the implications of cryptocurrency for the global economy and where are we headed? This will be the subject of our last addition to Montgomery Summit program for 2021.
Join us at The Montgomery Summit presented March Capital on March 4th at 3-4pm for an engaging discussion with leading cryptocurrency experts and investors, Daniel Roberts, Michael Sonnenshein, and Tim Draper.
Tim Draper is both an established Silicon Valley venture capitalist and the leading spokesperson for Bitcoin, Blockchain, ICOs, and cryptocurrencies. He is the founder of Draper Associates, DFJ, and the Draper Venture Network, and has been honored as the World Entrepreneurship Forum’s “Entrepreneur of the World”, one of the top 100 most powerful people in finance by Worth Magazine, one of the top 20 most influential people in Crypto by Crypto Weekly, and much more.
Michael Sonnenshein is the CEO of Grayscale Investments, the world’s largest digital currency asset manager with over $30 billion in AUM as of early this month. He has been recognized as one of Business Insider’s Rising Stars of Wall Street and though he comes from a traditional banking background, he now focuses on connecting the legacy financial systems with the new, digital currency-driven asset classes.
Prominent crypto tweeter and journalist, Daniel Roberts, works to demystify the world of crypto as the Editor-in-Chief of Decrypt Media, which covers cryptocurrency and bitcoin news. Prior to joining Decrypt, he was Editor-at-Large at Yahoo Finance and Fortune Magazine.
It’s no secret that there’s value in crypto. Bitcoin surpassed $55,000 earlier this month and Coinbase, the most prominent cryptocurrency exchange with over 43 million verified users as of the end of 2020, filed to go public on Friday. Early reports suggest the company will be worth around $104 billion. The listing revealed that it made quite a splash in 2020, with 140% revenue growth year over year and a $322 million profit.