Jack Tatar speaks about his book "Cryptoassets" (written with Chris Burniske), why the real value of bitcoin is not zero (answering to Adriano Lucatelli), the real value of the crypto ecosystem, financial companies dipping their feet in the crypto waters, tools for analysis and management of crypto portfolios, risk and reward of cryptoassets, comparing them with other assets, institutional investors and cryptoassets, evaluating crypto investments and founders, the ideologie of decentralization, and when banks will exchange Bitcoins for U.S. dollars.
Jack is the co-author (together with Chris Burniske) of the bestselling book “Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond”. He is managing partner of Doyle Capital Management, an investment firm that invests in, and advises early stage companies in the cryptoasset and blockchain technology space. Jack has over two decades of experience in financial services, and he is the Chair of the Cryptoassets Working Group for the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance. He is also the co-author of one of the earliest books on Bitcoin, “What's the Deal with Bitcoins?” and has written numerous books on retirement and finance. Jack is also a contributor to Forbes and has written for Marketwatch, CNBC and About.com.
Book "Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond": https://www.bitcoinandbeyond.com
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