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#76 SHOULD YOU INVEST IN CRYPTOCURRENCY? – MJ THE ACTUARY

Michael Jordan (MJ) is on track to getting his FASSA(in Finance) and CERA qualification. He passed all his Actuarial exams and now waiting for his graduation. He is now interested in Blockchain technology and digital currencies in which he has managed to pull out a few Blockchain based projects on his own.

He consults as an actuary, sometimes write for media outlets like Entrepreneur Magazine. He also has a Youtube channel MJ the Student Actuary where he post videos.

In this episode we discuss:
– Should you in invest in Cryptocurrencies
– What Cryptocurrency tokens represent
– Risks involved
– How to get started
– Governance
– Money
– Religion

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EP#71 MPHO DAGADA – THE BITCOIN ENTREPRENEUR

I met the Invest in Future Currency chief and Nda Exchange executive Mpho Dagada, 24, who has already made more than Millions through cryptocurrency in Johannesburg.

He has been all over the tv and radio in South Africa preaching the good story of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency in general.

Since I’m a crypto-bug myself, I had to find Mpho and have a chat which I think you’ll enjoy and learn something from.

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Links to Mpho:

Website:
https://www.mphod.com/
https://www.investinfuturecurrency.com/

Link to my youtube channel focused on Cryptocurrency.

#69 SONYA KUHNEL – THE BLOCKCHAIN AFRICA CONFERENCE

Sonya Kuhnel has been interested in digital currencies since late 2013 and one of the first women involved in the industry in South Africa. In 2013, she started a bitcoin payment company called Bitcoin Payments, a BitPay Affiliate partner, which allowed online merchants in South Africa to accept bitcoin as a payment method for goods and services.

In 2014, Sonya co-founded Bitcoin Events, a company that hosts the Bitcoin & Blockchain Africa Conferences in Cape Town and Johannesburg. The conferences attract local and international venture capitalists, government delegates, top level executives from large financial institutions as well as experts in the industry.

In this episode, Sonya shares the history of Bitcoin events. A company she co-founded which is behind the Bitcoin Africa conference. We also discuss the state of cryptocurencies in South Africa, how she got herself involved with Bitcoin and more.

We give away free tickets to the conference. Listen to the podcast for instructions.

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#49 PAUL DININ- A FIRESIDE CHAT ON CRYPTOCURRENCY

In this episode. Grey brings back Paul Dinin the Bitcoin geek to talk about Cryptocurrency. We covered Blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum, shared ledger, peer to peer sharing, encryption and more.

My goal was to cover the very basics and simplify it as much as possible for anyone to understand and I hope I did a good job on that.

We also talked about some unrelated subjects like Tinder, Paul’s childhood, some of which cringe worthy. I hope I don’t embarrass myself.

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LINKS:
To learn more about Cryptocurrency follow the links below:
http://www.coindesk.com/
http://www.cryptocurrency.net/
https://cointelegraph.com/

You can find Paul’s music playlist here https://www.spotify.com//

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EP#17 PAUL DININ: BITCOIN CURRENCY EXPLAINED

Surely you have seen, read or heard about bitcoin or cryptocurrency. Chances are you couldn’t understand it simply because it seems very complicated and out of this world. Bitcoin is known to be the biggest invention since the internet.

Paul was an early adopter of Bitcoin. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, I met him in Capetown at an undisclosed hotel where he gave me a lecture on Bitcoin. For a number of years now, his clients pays him only in Bitcoin.

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Below are the links to all the sites Paul mentioned in this podcast:
South African Meetup group
Blockchain academy
BitX
Coinbase