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First of all, I’d like to thank you for your support and positive feedback. I’ve been publishing weekly content for over a year, and the response has been phenomenal!

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Tell me at least one thing you really enjoy about my content, and one thing you do not (or at least, one thing you thing I could improve).

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5 Reasons Every Business Should Accept Bitcoin Today

Bitcoin is a technological tour de force, but you don’t have to take my word for it—that’s what Bill Gates said. As a payment system and digital currency, Bitcoin is vastly superior to any technology available before now.

5 Reasons Every Business Should Accept Bitcoin Today

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This past July, when Dell started accepting bitcoin, Michael Dell (the current CEO) stated,

If you’re a retailer, there’s really no reason not to accept bitcoin at this point.

And he was right!

I’m looking forward to talking about Bitcoin with a large number of financial professionals from the Nashville area, and introducing them to the Tennessee Bitcoin Alliance.

Date: February 13, 2015
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
Event: AFP - Nashville Luncheon
Topic: Decrypting the Bitcoin Phenomenon
Sponsor: Nashville Association for Finance Professionals
Venue: LifeWay Corporate Headquarters
Location: 1 Lifeway Plaza
Nashville, TN 37203
Public: Private

To learn more about booking me to speak at your event, check out my speaking page.

Welcome to the Future

Since the dawn of time, mankind has practiced the art of trade. The concept has always remained more or less the same (one entity exchanges a set of goods or services for another), but much has changed.

Welcome to World Economy 3.0

The way the economy functions today is incredibly different from how it did hundreds of years ago. One aspect of that change involves the technology used by each new generation, but there is a much broader economic evolution. Throughout history, the global economy can be segmented into three distinct generations of commerce.