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Ready, Set, Crypto: the fast-moving world of digital assets with Steve Kurz, Partner at Galaxy Digital

December 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Steve Kruz, Presenter | Nicholas Millikan, CFA, CAIA, Presenter

As the crypto industry continues to mature and adoption trends accelerate, driving both market cap growth and greater quantities of institutional capital into the space1, is now the right time to invest?

Join us on Wednesday, December 8, at 2:00 PM EST, as Nicholas Millikan, CFA, CAIA, Managing Director, Investment Strategy for CAIS, and Steve Kurz, Head of Asset Management and Global Distribution of Galaxy Digital Partners, LLC, explain how to access value across the digital assets ecosystem. During this insightful conversation, Galaxy Digital will share their views on how they believe digital assets can be leveraged to bring valuable investment characteristics and solutions to the independent wealth channel.

Hear Galaxy Digital share their views on:

  • Recent news and an overview of the crypto macro environment
  • Opportunities and implications of considering Bitcoin as Digital Gold
  • Summary of Web 3.0 (ETH and Solana) and the potential impact of this new technology
  • Navigating DeFi and the future of finance and their views of potential future disruption

There will be time for audience questions. Register today to reserve your spot.

Register Here




1: https://investor.galaxydigital.io/news/news-details/2021/Galaxy-Digital-Announces-Third-Quarter-2021-Financial-Results/default.aspx

Steve Kruz
Head of Asset Management & Global Distribution Galaxy Digital Partners, LLC

Nicholas Millikan, CFA, CAIA
Managing Director | Investment Strategy CAIS

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