They will debate the ‘Future of Digital Money’ and examine the trigger points that could lead to the ubiquitous use of cryptocurrencies as a means of payment, store of value and settlement.
Following recent news from Paypal, Tesla and Square that they are now accepting crypto as a means of payment, the future of digital money is being debated widely from Central Bankers to crypto investing enthusiasts.
The increasing adoption by institutional investors, and the widening acceptance of crypto as a settlement currency, has seen the market value of the asset surpass $2 trillion for the first time in its history.
During a live event on April 21st, Ver and Byworth will look at the drivers of crypto market value growth, potential headwinds and the progression of two of the best-known cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.
The webinar follows the decision by the EQUOS Listing Committee to approve the listing of Bitcoin Cash, which was initially developed by Roger Ver, on EQUOS in March.
The listing followed careful consideration by the committee, which analyses every coin and its underlying blockchain to assess it for its utility, degree of decentralization, current usage and transaction flow, ongoing development effort, innovation over other blockchains and its long-term prospects.
As a core objective, EQUOS aims to list quality projects that align with its own core values of transparency, fairness, innovation and compliance.
EQUOS is proud to host Roger Ver and Richard Byworth in a Live Webinar titled “Roger Ver and Richard Byworth tackle Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and the Future of Digital Money” on April 21st 9am ET/9pm HKT. Register here.
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MATIC, the native token of the Polygon platform, has been one of the best-performing coins of 2021, with an overall increase in value of over 12,000%. What's more, the price spike isn't a result of speculative capital at play, rather an increase in adoption by Polygon's core users.
Are crypto assets really a viable treasury investment? What are the regulatory risks? How does the custody of crypto assets work? EQONEX CEO Richard Byworth answered this and more alongside other industry leaders in TMI's Webinar "The Questions Every Treasurer Should be Asking." Watch Richard's highlights below.
Treasury Management International (TMI), the leading corporate treasury industry group, has received payment in bitcoin for costs associated with researching the utility of Crypto Assets for its subscribers and readers.