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Top Cryptocurrencies Performance Summary – Coincast TV | Episode 1 – 11

Originally published in Multiplier Crypto Business News

Over the past 11 Weeks (Week 12, Season Finale is let to be aired at the time of this report), Caleb and Brown have been providing their trading insights and expertise to Coincast TV as a part of – Top cryptocurrencies of the week.

Through our experience in crypto assets management, we decided to pick what we thought were the best buys of that week and put our money where our mouth is — on public television.

Reviewing the overall market performance, we have seen on a seven-day exist trading strategy we have seen an overall trading increase of 123 percent across nine trades.

What is most interesting is that this has not just outperformed the market but has broken the bearish trend which has been seen across the crypto market. The global crypto market has slid by US$45 billion during the same period resulting in an 18 percent decrease in performance across the board and a 21 percent decrease across the top 20 coins.

When looking across all trades, it is worth recognising the worst performing trade was ETH which saw a decrease of 15 percent over the week since spotlight by Coincast TV.

What we have seen is that the worst performing trade was still above the global market average.

In other words, it wasn’t one trade which outperformed the market, but every trade with risk considered in the trading strategy along upside.

With a 131 percent above-market performance, we hope to demonstrate Caleb and Brown, with over 30 years in combined crypto trading have the expertise and strategies to buck the trend.

Caleb and Brown’s Spotlight Cryptocurrencies

Performance Overview:

 

How did we do compare to Global Index?

Note: Information as of 18 October 2018.
Disclaimer: The information herein is not intended as legal, financial or investment advice and should not be construed or relied on as such. No material contained herein should be construed or relied upon as providing recommendations in relation to any legal or financial product.

Whether you are new to the market, or a seasoned trader, Caleb & Brown can help to realise your goals. Call us on +61 1800 849 149  or Contact Us to discuss further.

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Why Bitcoin and Crypto Have No Future

Originally published in Think Outside the Blox, Medium

Why Bitcoin and Crypto Have No Future

A popular post on social media over the past week lists out some of the major events/announcements in Crypto space. Taking a light-hearted sarcastic jab at the naysayers.

And, Here We Go!

  • when the NYSE is creating the cryptocurrency trading platform Bakkt in collaboration with Microsoft and Starbucks with physically backed Bitcoin futures contracts.
  • when Fidelity is offering it to its clients and has been mining it since 2015.
  • when Steve Wozniak is co-founding a cryptoasset investment firm.
  • when Katy Perry IG’d this!

  • when Brendan Eich, creator of JavaScript and Mozilla, started Brave Browser with a built-in ad-blocker and Basic Attention Token (BAT) to reward content creators.
  • when Amazon Web Services partnered with QTUM.
  • when the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is utilizing Ripple’s interledger protocol to help with payment services for the financially impoverished and unbanked.
  • when IBM is partnering with Stellar Lumens (XLM) for cross-border payment solutions.
  • when Jamie Dimon, tells all that it Bitcoin is a “fraud” and that if he catches any employees who own it he would fire them, while in the background JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley bought Bitcoin ETNs on the dip.
  • when the MLB is launching a crypto-based game on the blockchain using the ERC-721 standard for non-fungible tokens.

  • when George Soros initially bashed cryptocurrencies, only to later buy a stack of Bitcoin at the $6k low.
  • when Alibaba and IBM have the most blockchain patents in the world.
  • when Yale’s endowment invested $400 million in cyptoasset funds.
  • when the Winklevoss twins took $11 million of their Facebook money and put it into Bitcoin in 2013 when it was $120 each.

Should I go on?

Yeah. This has no future.

Accumulate, HODL, and think outside the blox!

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Coincast TV – Episode 11 broadcasted on 19 Oct, 2018 | Sky News Business

Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week – As at Oct 18, 2018

  • Bitcoin (BTC) – This week, the insolvency scare of stablecoin Tether, caused a short-lived spike in Bitcoin’s price.

    In a rush to withdraw funds from the Bitfinex exchange, investors purchased BTC, pushing the price from just $6400 to almost $7800 USD on the exchange. This happened in only a two hour window, before settling back down. This sudden spike cleared out $60 million dollars of short volume. But over a 48 hour period, short trader volume returned and is now over 50% greater than longs, demonstrating a pessimistic sentiment on price.

    We suspect bitcoin price may fall further next week as those who moved their tether holdings into BTC are opening accounts in other locations to sell their bitcoin back into US dollars.

Caleb and Brown’s Spotlight Cryptocurrencies of the Week:

  • 0x Protocol (ZRX) – The open protocol for decentralized exchange on the Ethereum blockchain, became only the 6th cryptocurrency to be listed on Coinbase Pro. With the ongoing Bitfinex controversy, we anticipate trading volume to migrate to Coinbase Pro, providing further exposure to the ZRX token.
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH) – The Bitcoin fork has been gathering steady merchant adoption across Australia. Having fallen to 6.8% of the BTC price, if it reaches the next point of support at 5.5% of BTC, it may represent a resilient entry point, as the asset is held by a community of ardent believers in the bitcoin fork.

Watch full episodes, here www.coincasttv.com

Caleb and Brown is proud to sponsor “Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week”  segment of Coincast TV, a show that promises to bring education, up to date market information and the latest news from the Cryptocurrency world to mainstream investors. It furthers our commitment to helping bridge the gap between traditional investors and the cryptocurrency markets.

Broadcasted on Sky News Business and syndicated across Apple TV, The Wall St Journal and related social platforms, reaching an audience of almost 200 million viewers worldwide.

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The show will air weekly on Sky News Business in Australia at 7.30pm (EST) on Friday evenings, with several repeat episodes over the weekend.

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ASIC Tightening Regulation On ICOs

Originally published in Dynamics Business

ASIC tightening regulation on ICOs is a positive move for the industry by Dr. Prash P, CEO Caleb and Brown

ASIC recently announced that it has shut down several Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) for misleading or deceptive statements in their marketing and operation of unlicensed managed investment schemes. This once again casts the spotlight on the unregulated nature of the Cryptocurrency industry and the need for investor protection.

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Dr. Prash P CEO, Caleb and Brown on Dynamic Business.

Cryptocurrencies and, by association with the larger category of digital assets that they enable and are often confused with, continue to be viewed with suspicion by much of the mainstream public. This is despite, or in some cases as a result of, their explosion into the public consciousness in the last year. The reasons for this are varied.

The early association with nefarious activity has probably cast the darkest and most dogged shadow, one which continues to plague its legacy despite that being increasingly a historical issue. A 2018 Bloomberg report states that criminal activity accounts for only 10% of Bitcoin transactions. In contrast, a study by The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC in 2009 estimated that criminal activity amounted to 3.6% of Global GDP with 1.6 Trillion USD of that being laundered. It is worth noting that the entire market capital of all Cryptocurrencies currently is only about $200 Billion USD.

The very rapid rise in Cryptocurrency prices at the end of 2017 and then a very dramatic slump which has persisted across 2018 raised new concerns. That 75% drop in the total market capital compared to its peak at the start of the year, catalysed by speculative investors panic selling or exiting the market after making quick gains, had significant ramifications for confidence in the industry. Investors who got in at the crest of the wave made huge losses, the dramatic dip intensified talk of the industry being a “bubble” and the financial services industry saw further reason to shy away. Those in the industry though, will point to the fact that it was speculative investment and not the underlying technology that should be held culpable and the small market capitalisation which makes it so vulnerable to volatility. In addition, this industry remains very much in its infancy and as such lacking the solid foundations which would allow for a quick bounce back. For context, on the 26th of July this year, Facebook lost $119 Billion USD in a single day without similar rhetoric following it.

And then there have been scams capitalising on the anonymity the industry offers, hacks preying on the infancy of the infrastructure built around the technology, and the murmurings of market manipulation. All issues of concern but again not deficits of the technology itself but of the ecosystem building itself around it.

However, a more pertinent and relevant reason for oversight of this space has been the rampant and long unregulated rise of the ICO phenomenon. Initial Coin Offerings, the Cryptocurrency equivalent of Initial Public Offerings, grew in prominence in 2017 as projects raised huge sums of money based in some cases on little more than a whitepaper and an idea. The unregulated nature of this market reduced the impedance to capital rising by allowing crowd sourcing of capital as well as allowing it to ride on the coat-tails of a technology that showed the promise to revolutionise the way industries and business would operate.

Much of that promise remains valid. The technology underpinning many of these ICO projects, as well as the innovations they bring to the fore, are likely to continue to develop and cement their place in the future. The capital raise model pioneered by ICOs, based on decentralisation and the efficiency of smart contracts will likely evolve into a model that the future of business will be built on.

However, the potential of these technologies and innovations are likely to be curtailed by rogue projects without appropriate investor protections and/or individuals seeking to capitalise on the promise of the industry to raise capital for unvalidated ventures. This would be damaging to market sentiment to an extent that it would hamper the growth of the industry.

The industry then, rather than view the greater scrutiny by ASIC with pessimism, should instead welcome the move as a means of separating the wheat from the chaff, with a long term view towards increased legitimacy within a young, growing movement. These are but the early steps on the long road towards assimilation with, and adoption by, the greater financial services industry.

Dr. Prash is the CEO at Caleb and Brown is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

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Prash is considered a thought leader in the philosophical and existential implications of this emerging technology and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

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The Future of Crypto Assets and Blockchain

Dr Prash Puspanathan CEO, Caleb and Brown on #Coincast TV | Sky News Business

First came the millennials, then the first tech-savvy adopters, but when will financial services finally take the plunge into crypto?
Dr. Prash speaks to Coincast TV reporter Heidi Cuthbert about the future of Crypto Assets and Blockchain.

Interview Transcripts:

1. The first wave ofcrypto assetsinto cryptoassets has been young tech-savvy millenials, who’s the second wave going to be?

I think we are firmly in the 2nd wave now. There is a commonly talked about S-curve of adoption staring with innovators, probably the tech savvy millennials you brought up right at the outset. Then come the early adopters which is probably what we are seeing now. Running a brokerage, I have the luxury of an intimate insight into investor demographics and it is heartening to see that there really isn’t a typical one. Our oldest investor is 75, we are gradually seeing an increase in female investors which is something the industry still lacks, the diversity is promising for the market as a whole.

The third wave, almost counter-intuitively, appears likely to be the financial services industry. We already seeing big moves by large institutional players globally which is forging the path and as regulation moves gradually towards Cryptocurrencies becoming a regulated financial instrument, I expect to see Wealth managers and financial advisors who are currently constrained by its unregulated nature being able to invest into this market. However, that will only come with greater oversight, improved custodial solutions and greater adoption and usage of Crypto.

But, baby steps.

2. Why is holding crypto better than holding cash?

I guess this is first best qualified by asking another question, which is “Who’s asking?”

If you are a Syrian refugee trying to flee across a border, then Crypto is definitely a more portable asset than a bag of cash
If you live in Venezuela where hyperinflation has made your local currency a worthless store of value, then yes

But if you are asking from the perspective of a developed world investor in a stable economy, government and political climate such as we are in, then perhaps one of the main value propositions of Crypto is its capacity to act as a Non-correlated asset as compared to any Fiat currency markets. Whether or not you believe that the next global financial downturn is imminent, inevitable or likely, Cryptocurrencies allow investors the opportunity to diversify their portfolios by acting as a hedge against Fiat market risk.

3. There are over 1700 different Cryptocurrencies out there. What do you think the future of all of these will be?

I expect that the future will see a consolidation, and a dramatic one at that, of the different coins out there with a narrowing down to a few select categories, broad use-case scenarios.

Specific coins which hold the mantle of both market share and value proposition within those categories will likely garner market share from the rest and establish themselves as the sole primary currency for that broader purpose.

To compensate, infrastructure that is built around the current multiple different coins will adapt to make themselves malleable enough to work with the reduced specificity of the eventual coin that is used for their industry or purpose.
This would lead to a situation more analogous to the current currency landscape.

4. How can investors manage the extreme volatility of crypto assets?

The short answer is…with difficulty.

Look Crypto markets are going to be inevitably volatile, a reflection of the small market capital and just how early on we are in the cycle of adoption. The total market capital of Bitcoin is only $200Billion. In comparison, the market capital of Gold is $7 trillion. So any event geopolitical, economic, local or international that causes market fluctuations which would cause barely a ripple in the depth of the fiat currency market is likely to be reflected by shifts in the Crypto market. It’s like throwing a pebble into the ocean vs into your bathtub.

To minimise volatility, investing in the currencies with a larger market capital, that have been around for longer and have a more stable architecture and infrastructure around them and not chasing the ludicrous 100x gains from newer, speculative coins is probably the most sensible strategy I can recommend alongside having a diversified Crypto portfolio. It’s one of the key lessons we educate our clients on.

5. What’s the future of blockchain – is it bigger than the internet?

The internet was arguably the greatest revolution in the way society operates, relates to each other and functions. Ever.
Comparisons have been made suggesting that “Blockchain technology” in all its iterations may eclipse that.
I think the greatest promise though lies in the confluence of almost mind-bendingly revolutionary technologies that we sit on the cusp of, the synergy of which would mean a sum that is exponentially greater than its parts.
Blockchain technology, Cryptocurrencies, Artificial Intelligence, VR technology, renewable energy, Quantum Computing.

We are heading into a time of the greatest ideological and functional change the world has ever seen, led by technology. But more than the volume of change, the rate of change has never been higher than it is now. And crucially the acceleration of change: The rate of change of the rate of change is what truly gives me goosebumps and I’m glad to be alive and part of this.

Dr. Prash is the CEO at Caleb and Brown is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

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Prash is considered a thought leader in the philosophical and existential implications of this emerging technology and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

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Coincast TV – Episode 10 broadcasted on 12 Oct, 2018 | Sky News Business

Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week – As at Oct 11, 2018

  • Bitcoin (BTC) – After three weeks of stable bitcoin pricing without major announcements occurring, Bitcoin has taken a small tumble.

    It could potentially be looking to test the $6150 support price again. Bitfinex Short traders volume continues to be a mild 18% greater than long volumes.

    60-day price volatility down to just 4%, we haven’t seen Bitcoin this steady for 2 years, since October 2016. As a comparison, since then, bitcoin’s market cap has grown 10 times while trading volume has grown 80 times.

Caleb and Brown’s Spotlight Cryptocurrencies of the Week:

  • TRON (TRX) – The smart contract platform claims to be 200 times faster than Ethereum and 100 times cheaper than EOS. Their version 3.1 update goes live this week, enabling the Tron Virtual Machine for decentralised application developers and users to start testing their smart contracts.
  • Basic Attention Token (BAT) – The BAT token is the payment method used by publishers, advertisers and users for the new web browser, Brave, which has gathered an impressive 4.6 million active users in a short amount of time.

Watch full episodes, here www.coincasttv.com

Caleb and Brown is proud to sponsor “Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week”  segment of Coincast TV, a show that promises to bring education, up to date market information and the latest news from the Cryptocurrency world to mainstream investors. It furthers our commitment to helping bridge the gap between traditional investors and the cryptocurrency markets.

Broadcasted on Sky News Business and syndicated across Apple TV, The Wall St Journal and related social platforms, reaching an audience of almost 200 million viewers worldwide.

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The show will air weekly on Sky News Business in Australia at 7.30pm (EST) on Friday evenings, with several repeat episodes over the weekend.

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The Y-House Ball 2018

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We are thrilled to support The Y-House Ball!!! The event will be held on Saturday October 13th at the RACV City Club. It’s sure to be a great night featuring amazing food & wine, as well as incredible entertainment & performances and live & silent auctions.

Tickets to the event are $175pp and include a three-course meal, drinks throughout the evening, amazing entertainment, inspiring guest speakers and most of all a REALLY FUN time! Buy Tickets Now!

For more information on the event or for partnership opportunities please contact georgia.retallick@y-house.org

About Y-House Foundation

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MISSION

Y-House’s mission is to keep young people out of aged care.

Across Australia, there are over 6,400 young people living in aged care and this is a number that must be changed. In our pursuit to tackle this issue, we want to provide age-appropriate supports and programs with a strong focus on preventing young Australians from entering aged care unnecessarily. In addition, we want to provide a collective voice to the many individuals living in aged care, as well as those at risk of living in aged care.

We aim to achieve these goals through the development of transitional care and housing, use of advocacy and creation of awareness campaigns, via the following three initiatives:

1. Y-HOUSE
The Y-House model is about providing transitional care and housing to young people post suffering a severe brain or spinal injury, or diagnosis of a degenerative disease. The purpose of the project is to provide that stepping stone of rehabilitation and recovery between the hospital stay and either getting back home, living independently or moving on to supported accommodation.

2. Y-ASSIST
In 2018 we aim to launch Y-Assist, a brand new advocacy program aimed directly at preventing young people from being placed into aged care directly from hospitals and rehabilitation centers. As part of the Y-Assist program, our organisation will fund a case management role within a hospital to directly assist healthcare staff in navigating the discharge planning process for young people with complex disabilities.

3. Y-GIVE
Y-Give is an awareness program designed to showcase the many differing stories of young people living in, or at risk of living in aged care. Through the Y-House Giving Program we are able to share the unique stories of how people have come to be where they are today and their goals and hopes for the future, as well as highlighting small ways in which we can support those goals/dreams.

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The team at Caleb and Brown is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

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Caleb and Brown gives clients the means to legally and safely engage in the cryptocurrency market. Our brokerage team provides an unparalleled service for both new investors and seasoned traders.

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The World of Security Tokens

The World of Security Tokens hosted by Nugget’s News & Huobi Australia

Melbourne 15th October – 6:00PM – 8:30PM
Stone & Chalk – 710 Collins Street, Docklands, Victoria 3000
FREE Event, Pizza & Drinks

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The Blockchain space is officially maturing. Regulation is catching up & established businesses are looking to enter the space. Many believe security tokens are key to bridging the old world & the new financial system. Learn about Security Tokens, why they are important and how they’ll affect the world of Cryptocurrency from industry professionals.

– What is a security token?
– How is it different from a utility token?
– Why these are important?
– The regulation of Security Tokens
– Who can invest in them?
– What are benefits?
– How will security tokens affect the world of Cryptocurrency?

In association with Huobi Australia, Living Room of Satoshi, NEM Blockchain & Caleb & Brown

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Speakers:

Alex Saunders – CEO & Founder of Nugget’s News

Alex has been immersed in cryptocurrency since discovering Bitcoin in 2012. Alex has a unique investment style that combines fundamental analysis, technical analysis and market sentiment as key drivers in decision making. Alex’s passion lead him to leave his successful career as a head Pharmacist in 2017, to found Nugget’s News. He established the brand through a loyal following on his educational YouTube channel and his crypto community discussion group. Alex is a trusted voice in the Australian crypto community, conducts many speaking engagements to spread the word of crypto and helps to accelerate blockchain start-ups through applying his years of experience and wisdom.

Rick Klink – CEO at Malta Digital Exchange

In 2005, Rick founded D2MX, an independent Australian direct execution StockBroking firm. D2MX rose to over $700 million per month in trading turnover per month. D2MX was sold to Penson Inc in 2008

In 2009, Rick founded Bespoke Portfolio, a dealer group focusing on FinTech / RoboAdvice companies providing Managed Account services. Bespoke Portfolio now provides services to some of the largest RoboAdvice companies in Australia.

In 2013, Rick co-founded OpenMarkets, an independent Australian StockBroking firm. Rick was CEO until 2017, then moving to CTO and Executive Director role. OpenMarkets now has a turnover of approximately $4Billion per month and Assets on platform of over $1.5 billion.

In 2018, Rick and his team founded Malta Digital Exchange, a Securities Token Exchange regulated in Malta.

John Bassilios – Special Counsel, Hall & Wilcox

John has broad experience in financial services, funds management, blockchain, corporate and commercial law, with a particular emphasis on funds management related matters.

John has acted for a wide range of financial services providers (both start-ups and established industry providers), including retail and wholesale fund managers, investment advisers, financial planners, stockbrokers, IDPS operators, managed discretionary account providers and consumer credit providers. He has advised financial services providers on all aspects of managed investments schemes, AFSL and ACL licensing, disclosure requirements, and ongoing compliance with regulatory requirements.

More recently John has taken a keen interest in Blockchain related matters and gained significant experience advising on, and establishing, crypto currency funds, reviewing Whitepapers for Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) and Securities Token Offerings (STO) and advising on the establishment of cryptocurrency exchanges. John is currently a mentor for the RMIT Blockchain Strategy Course.

Dr. Prash P, CEO Caleb and Brown

Dr. Prash is considered a thought leader in the philosophical and existential implications of this emerging technology and is a regular speaker at the industry conferences.

As the Founder & CEO of Caleb and Brown, he witnessed first-hand the seismic shift the financial world is seeing with the rise of cryptocurrencies. Dr. Prash watched early movers make huge profits whilst seasoned investors were locked out of the market due to limited access and high barriers to entry. Early on he recognised that not only were these roadblocks alienating a majority of investors from profiting from these emerging markets, but also preventing them from future proofing and diversifying their portfolios.

Caleb & Brown was named FinTech start-up of the year at the Stockbroker and Financial Advisors Association (SAFAA) conference 2018.

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Caleb and Brown join hands with Token Tank to interview: Reserve | Stablecoin

Interview with Nevin Freeman, CEO of San Francisco-based stablecoin firm Reserve

Jackson Zeng, COO Caleb and Brown teamed up with Token Tank to Interview with the much-hyped about Stablecoin – Reserve Currency.

Reserve has big-name Investors that includes Coinbase Ventures, Distributed Global, GSR.IO, Peter Thiel, Sam Altman, Velorum Capital, Blocktower Capital, Rocket Fuel, NEO Global Capital, Fenbushi, PreAngel, CryptoLotus, Arrington XRP Capital, Digital Currency Group, and many others.

    What is Reserve?
    Reserve is a decentralized digital currency that is designed to be used like normal money. This concept is often referred to as a “stablecoin” in the crypto community, and it’s widely agreed that it’s essential for crypto to make the transition from a fun speculation game to a legitimately useful form of money. The protocol controls the supply of Reserve to keep the price stable relative to the US dollar.

    About Nevin Freeman, CEO Reserve Token

    Nevin is the Reserve project CEO. He oversees strategy, legal, and team coordination.

    Nevin Freeman is an entrepreneur. He’s co-founded three companies: He was the CTO of a financial news website (successful), CIO of a medical research company (failed), and COO of a training-heavy startup incubator (in progress, $25m valuation at current seed stage, investment led by Peter Thiel). He’s built two full-stack websites himself from the ground up, co-founded, directed, and handed off a conference for the Effective Altruism movement that’s grown to over 1k in annual attendance, and handled incorporation, fundraising, recruiting, immigration, contracts, office rental, etc. for multiple nonprofit and for-profit companies. His mission in life is to solve the coordination problems that are stopping humanity achieving its potential, and he’s particularly concerned about averting the long-term risks posed by the development of artificial intelligence.

    Find out more about Reserve Token, here reserve.org.

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    Jackson Zeng is the COO at Caleb and Brown is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

    About Jackson Zeng:
    Jackson has five years of trading experience in the cryptocurrency space and founded Bit By Bit Capital, one of Australia’s first private trusts investing in cryptocurrency.

    Call Jackson on +61 1800 849 149  or Contact Us to discuss further.