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Crypto 2020 Summit

Crypto 2020 Summit

29-31.01.2020

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Crypto sectors covered:

1. Initial Exchange Offerings (IEO)

It’s no secret that the most money is now made on alt-coins over Bitcoin. But making money with alt-coins in 2020 is going to be far different than 2017. For one, initial coin offerings (ICOs) don’t exist. Instead, they’ve been replaced by initial exchange offerings (IEO).

The rules are different. But if you have the know how, the opportunity is the same (if not better). By the end of Crypto Summit you’ll know everything there is to know about IEOs. And you’ll know the best ones coming up just in time for the 2020 bull run.

2. Tokenized Security Assets

Security Tokens are opening up a massive market for investors all around the world, cutting out the middleman for the first time in history. Security Tokens are like ICOs backed by physical assets. They’re incredible opportunities to make money, but they’re highly regulated. Learn how you can get a piece of the profits without being an accredited investor (net worth over $1,000,000).

3. Lending and Interest on the Blockchain

With new blockchain protocols, it’s possible to earn interest from your crypto for the first time. For the first time, you can lend and invest your money anywhere in the world. Imagine investing in start-ups in hot developing countries. Improving their quality of life while earning huge returns. And it’s all on the Blockchain. No governments… no middlemen.

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