Cryptocurrency was created in 1998 as a digital alternative to the existing financial stock exchange. A number of variants were born from cryptocurrency, but it was the creation of bitcoin in 2009 that got worldwide attention. Today, bitcoin is the hottest digital currency, operating outside the watching eye of a central authority. Today, nearly six million people worldwide use bitcoin, mainly because it is a decentralized cryptocurrency, and many have reaped the rewards of investing to the tune of millions of dollars. Yet Indigenous Negroes are largely out of the loop when it comes to cryptocurrency. Are we missing out on a financial windfall? What can we do to learn more about bitcoin? Join me and guest Darrell Hubbard as we discuss cryptocurrency and his plans to impact the bitcoin market.
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