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28May

The Near Future of Regulated DLT Markets

This week, John is joined by returning guest Nick Cowan of the Gibralter Exchange for Cryptocurriences for a discussion on how regulation in the greater world will affect the use of blockchain and DLT markets. Join along as they discuss the potential of micro-stocks and the future of trading securities outside of the fiat world, timeliness of trading in the DLT space, and how unstable societies are increasingly depending upon blockchain as an alternative to hyperinflation.

 

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Nick Cowan’s last appearance on the BIGCast

 

John Best’s Book Breaking Digital Gridlock

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John Best

John Best

CEO

Best Innovation Group

John Best is recognized as a thought leader and visionary of technology advancements and financial application development within the credit union industry.

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