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Archive: FutureProof: What’s Next for Bitcoin?

August 20, 2020

After an extended period of uncommon tranquility, bitcoin is moving again in a big way—its value recently increased by 25% in just a few weeks. This jump was seemingly supported by news on the policy and regulatory fronts; the Fed continues to print money in response to COVID-19, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency approved national bank custody of digital assets. Is this the start of a whole new era for bitcoin, or just one more step along the path?

FutureProof will try to answer those questions with our special guest, Mike Novogratz, founder and CEO of Galaxy Digital. Mike is a pioneer in the space and a noted macro investor, making him the right person to ask about what’s going to come next for bitcoin.

"What's Next for Bitcoin?" will air at 12pm on Thursday, August 20th. You can register today. Among the topics we'll cover are whether now is a good time for financial advisors to invest their clients in digital assets, what to expect over the next 12 months, and the evolution of the cryptocurrency space.

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Panelists:
Michael Novogratz, Founder & CEO, Galaxy Digital

Moderator:
Jonathan E. Braunstein

FutureProof is a webcast series from Financial Advisor IQ and Galaxy Fund Management, focused on digital assets for the modern financial advisor. Each webcast will tackle a single question related to how financial advisors can help their clients invest in digital assets such as bitcoin, ethereum and others. Our quick hitting conversations will seek to answer that single question and provide actionable insights in just 20 minutes.

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