Crypto Assets 101: A Beginner’s Guide
to Bitcoin & Other Cryptocurrencies
Are you missing out on the cryptocurrency bull market?
Bitcoin’s price broke the $10,000 mark at the end of November and has continued to skyrocket to above $15,000. Put another way… $100 invested in Bitcoin in 2010 would be worth more than $19 million today—a 310% annualized gain over a roughly seven–year period.
But what are cryptocurrencies? How do they work? And are they secure?
Forbes will answer all these questions during this first ever webcast on cryptocurrencies! Join us as we present an easy–to–understand introduction to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that will cover the basics of how something digital could be worth anything … and how this new world of finance can impact you.
Register now and discover:
- What are cryptocurrencies?
- How do Bitcoin and Ethereum work?
- Why is Bitcoin so revolutionary?
- Why some digital currencies are worth so much today
- What is a blockchain? And why is everyone so excited about it?
- And much more
Plus: a live Q&A session to answer your most pressing questions and concerns about cryptocurrencies … and that includes questions you were too embarrassed to ask.
Watch now on demand by completing the registration form to the right.
Laura Shin is a Forbes senior editor, managing crypto and blockchain technology coverage (Bitcoin, Ethereum, ICOs, token sales, etc.), and is also co–lead reporter of the Forbes Fintech 50 list. She is the host of the podcast Unchained: Big Ideas From The Worlds Of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain and the editor of Forbes Crypto Confidential, a weekly eletter.
Laura graduated Phi Beta Kappa with Honors from Stanford University and has a master of arts from Columbia University’s School of Journalism. Follow her on Twitter: @laurashin.