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Decentralized Economy - 1st Episode

This 1st episode of the new series I am hosting with SingularityNET -- Decentralized Economy -- was a great one with the Founder of the Transform Group and the "Godfather of Crypto", as he is known, Michael Terpin.

  • He is a serial entrepreneur - PR, Marketing, Innovation, and of course crypto

  • Recognized as one of the top 100 people in blockchain by CoinTelegraph

  • His company Transform Group is the world leader in blockchain and crypto PR and advisory services

  • Has been a part of over 150 token sales and have advised over 300 clients in the crypto industry.

  • Previously in his career through his PR companies and at the advent of the Internet he created one of the first PR firms for new media and oversaw launches for many well known properties including Motley Fool, America Online and EarthLink.

  • Advised multiple companies and also invested in many of them for which he was featured in Inc. 500.

  • Founded Internet Wire in 1994 which became Market Wire where he raised $18M from Hummer Winblad and Sequoia Capital. Grew the company to be the world’s third largest company newswire which was finally acquired by NASDAQ in 2016.

  • Deep experience in social media having founded SocialRadius, a social media marketing firm which worked with Bombay Sapphire, Constant Contact, Marriott and AT&T.

  • Founded BitAngels, the global blockchain investor network focused on investments in seed and early stage startups which I am involved with today.

  • Founder of CoinAgenda the first and largest conference series connecting blockchain and crypto investors with opportunities.

  • Has a Masters in Fine Arts from SUNY at Buffalo and a Dual Bachelors in Newspaper Journalism and English Literature from Syracuse.

Decentralizing all the slant of the global economy reveals hidden possibilities in today’s era. Watch the video and join us as we take a look at the looming risks, advances and the continuous metamorphosis of technology and the tokenization of everything.

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