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CryptoNewsAudio, a service of CryptoCurrencyWire (CCW), allows you to sit back and listen to market updates, interviews and company press releases. CryptoNewsAudio keeps you informed on publicly traded companies we’re watching. The audio clips provide snapshots of position, opportunity and momentum. CryptoNewsAudio is a Brand Awareness Distribution Solution from CryptoCurrencyWire.

    CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER

    CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest production features Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER, the world’s first intelligent software platform that engages, verifies and rewards retail shareholders.

     

    To begin the interview, Lambert discussed TiiCKER and the role it plays for public companies looking to connect with retail investors.

     

    “TiiCKER really came out of frustration. I’ve been doing investor relations for public companies for 25 years, and we could never… connect with individual investors. During that time, they’ve become a larger audience… It’s gone from 56 million Americans to 130 million Americans with their own brokerage accounts in the last five years,” Lambert said during the interview. “What we discovered is that if you create a platform to connect [companies with investors], companies really want to provide perks or shareholder rewards to their owners… That’s what TiiCKER does.”

     

    “A year ago, there were six or seven public companies offering perks or rewards. Disney has a commemorative stock certificate; Carnival and Royal Caribbean give a discount on cruises. Perks have been around for a long time, but they were a very small percentage of public companies, because there was no way for them to verify [ownership],” he continued. “Now, there’s 40 public companies, thanks to TiiCKER, that offer some reward. Those could be a discount on wine from Willamette Valley Vineyards or a discount on food products from Real Good Foods… Ownership should have its privileges.”

     

    Lambert then turned his attention to TiiCKER’s recent launch of Tii:MARK, the world’s first personal-brand NFT.

     

    “The ‘Tii’ in TiiCKER has become, for us, a ubiquitous prefix… Instead of ‘NYSE’ or ‘NASDAQ’, we have used ‘Tii’ to put all public companies on an even playing field… As my member profile… I thought ‘what if we did ticker symbols’; that’d be a fun way to do it,” Lambert added. “It’s a unique brand that is a ticker symbol for you, one individual. We’re NFT-ing, on the ethereum blockchain, your own ticker symbol… You also get a digital animation. It’s connected to a store where you can buy one-of-one products that only you can have… and, ultimately, experiences and access to an event that we’re planning for next year… This is a way for you to get an NFT that is yours… and there is usability to it.”

     

    Join IBN’s Jonathan Keim and Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER, as they discuss the long-term vision for Tii:MARK and plans for future drops.

     

    To view the video edition, visit: https://ibn.fm/TiiCKERVideoInterview

    • 18 min
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    CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest production features Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER, the world’s first intelligent software platform that engages, verifies and rewards retail shareholders.

     

    To begin the interview, Lambert discussed TiiCKER and the role it plays for public companies looking to connect with retail investors.

     

    “TiiCKER really came out of frustration. I’ve been doing investor relations for public companies for 25 years, and we could never… connect with individual investors. During that time, they’ve become a larger audience… It’s gone from 56 million Americans to 130 million Americans with their own brokerage accounts in the last five years,” Lambert said during the interview. “What we discovered is that if you create a platform to connect [companies with investors], companies really want to provide perks or shareholder rewards to their owners… That’s what TiiCKER does.”

     

    “A year ago, there were six or seven public companies offering perks or rewards. Disney has a commemorative stock certificate; Carnival and Royal Caribbean give a discount on cruises. Perks have been around for a long time, but they were a very small percentage of public companies, because there was no way for them to verify [ownership],” he continued. “Now, there’s 40 public companies, thanks to TiiCKER, that offer some reward. Those could be a discount on wine from Willamette Valley Vineyards or a discount on food products from Real Good Foods… Ownership should have its privileges.”

     

    Lambert then turned his attention to TiiCKER’s recent launch of Tii:MARK, the world’s first personal-brand NFT.

     

    “The ‘Tii’ in TiiCKER has become, for us, a ubiquitous prefix… Instead of ‘NYSE’ or ‘NASDAQ’, we have used ‘Tii’ to put all public companies on an even playing field… As my member profile… I thought ‘what if we did ticker symbols’; that’d be a fun way to do it,” Lambert added. “It’s a unique brand that is a ticker symbol for you, one individual. We’re NFT-ing, on the ethereum blockchain, your own ticker symbol… You also get a digital animation. It’s connected to a store where you can buy one-of-one products that only you can have… and, ultimately, experiences and access to an event that we’re planning for next year… This is a way for you to get an NFT that is yours… and there is usability to it.”

     

    Join IBN’s Jonathan Keim and Jeff Lambert, Founder and CEO of TiiCKER, as they discuss the long-term vision for Tii:MARK and plans for future drops.

    • 18 min
    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Shone Anstey, CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF)

    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Shone Anstey, CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF)

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Shone Anstey, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF), a financial technology company focused on creating enterprise-grade infrastructure to drive bitcoin adoption.

    To begin the interview, Anstey discussed his extensive background in tech and crypto leading up to his time with LQwD FinTech.

    “I’ve been in tech for 25 years… I heard about crypto in 2011 and got involved in 2012, so I’ve been in the bitcoin area for quite some time,” he said. “In 2015, I co-founded a company called Blockchain Intelligence Group… We actually acquired a company called Netcoins.ca… It is now Canada’s first publicly traded crypto exchange that actually has a license from regulators as of a few weeks ago… I’m still there as a director and a large shareholder, but I’ve been involved in LQwD and the Lightning Network for the last two years. We’re working where I like to be – on stuff that’s cutting edge and about to become mainstream over the next few years. That’s the Lightning Network itself.”

    Anstey then provided an overview of the Lightning Network and detailed how it could revolutionize bitcoin transactions and the entirety of the crypto space.

    “The Lightning Network is a solution to scaling bitcoin,” he continued. “Bitcoin, which is the anchor cryptocurrency for the entire crypto market… is backed by millions of computers doing bitcoin mining, which helps secure the network and make it really safe with an immutable ledger. But it can only handle so many transactions with its current technology – about seven transactions a second. The Lightning Network steps in there and scales it to the next level.”

    “The Lightning Network is a mesh-style network, very similar to how the internet functions. It’s made up of a series of nodes – computers and servers – and on those nodes you run open-source Lightning Network software,” he added. “That Lightning Network software creates payment channels to other companies running Lightning Network software… This whole mesh network happens around the world. There’re now 60,000 nodes and all kinds of payment channels that have been growing very, very quickly over the last number of years. This year alone it’s increased by about 182% since January… This whole interconnected mesh network… allows transactions to find a place very quickly with very low fees. It’s designed for massive volume… You’re seeing the uptick with countries like El Salvador taking on bitcoin as a national currency. The Lightning Network is one of the catalysts to make that happen.”

    Join both Shone Anstey, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF), and Jonathan Keim, IBN’s Director of Communications, as they discuss the long-term applications and potential for crypto, the benefits of LQwD’s position as a publicly traded company and the company’s business model relating to bitcoin investing.

    To hear the entire episode, please visit: https://www.CryptoCurrencyWire.com/CryptoNewsAudio

    • 18 min
    • video
    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Shone Anstey, CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF) [Video Edition]

    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Shone Anstey, CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF) [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Shone Anstey, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF), a financial technology company focused on creating enterprise-grade infrastructure to drive bitcoin adoption.

    To begin the interview, Anstey discussed his extensive background in tech and crypto leading up to his time with LQwD FinTech.

    “I’ve been in tech for 25 years… I heard about crypto in 2011 and got involved in 2012, so I’ve been in the bitcoin area for quite some time,” he said. “In 2015, I co-founded a company called Blockchain Intelligence Group… We actually acquired a company called Netcoins.ca… It is now Canada’s first publicly traded crypto exchange that actually has a license from regulators as of a few weeks ago… I’m still there as a director and a large shareholder, but I’ve been involved in LQwD and the Lightning Network for the last two years. We’re working where I like to be – on stuff that’s cutting edge and about to become mainstream over the next few years. That’s the Lightning Network itself.”

    Anstey then provided an overview of the Lightning Network and detailed how it could revolutionize bitcoin transactions and the entirety of the crypto space.

    “The Lightning Network is a solution to scaling bitcoin,” he continued. “Bitcoin, which is the anchor cryptocurrency for the entire crypto market… is backed by millions of computers doing bitcoin mining, which helps secure the network and make it really safe with an immutable ledger. But it can only handle so many transactions with its current technology – about seven transactions a second. The Lightning Network steps in there and scales it to the next level.”

    “The Lightning Network is a mesh-style network, very similar to how the internet functions. It’s made up of a series of nodes – computers and servers – and on those nodes you run open-source Lightning Network software,” he added. “That Lightning Network software creates payment channels to other companies running Lightning Network software… This whole mesh network happens around the world. There’re now 60,000 nodes and all kinds of payment channels that have been growing very, very quickly over the last number of years. This year alone it’s increased by about 182% since January… This whole interconnected mesh network… allows transactions to find a place very quickly with very low fees. It’s designed for massive volume… You’re seeing the uptick with countries like El Salvador taking on bitcoin as a national currency. The Lightning Network is one of the catalysts to make that happen.”

    Join both Shone Anstey, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of LQwD FinTech Corp. (TSX.V: LQWD) (OTCQB: LQWDF), and Jonathan Keim, IBN’s Director of Communications, as they discuss the long-term applications and potential for crypto, the benefits of LQwD’s position as a publicly traded company and the company’s business model relating to bitcoin investing.

    To hear the entire episode, please visit: https://www.CryptoCurrencyWire.com/CryptoNewsAudio

    • 18 min
    • video
    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge Capital [Video Edition]

    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge Capital [Video Edition]

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of Skybridge Capital and former White House Communications Director under the Trump administration.

    SkyBridge Capital is a global alternative investment firm specializing in hedge fund solutions and opportunistic investment vehicles. Scaramucci founded SkyBridge in 2005, following a stint at Goldman Sachs and the sale of an investment firm he cofounded.

    He guided Skybridge into cryptocurrency investments following his experience in Washington D.C., and only after extensive research, as Scaramucci detailed during the interview.

    “When I was unceremoniously fired from the White House, the first thing I did was register the URL SkybridgeBitcoin.com. The reason I did was, my experience in Washington led me to believe that the U.S. dollar would eventually be digitized,” he said. “We heard, even back then, four-plus years ago, that the Chinese currency, the renminbi, was going to be digitized. Bitcoin at that point was accelerating. The bubble had popped at $20,000, and it was heading back down to $3,000. I said we’re going to do extensive research on this, because I believe this is going to be a big part of our future.”

    Still, Scaramucci said, some very specific criteria would have to be met before Skybridge would open a bitcoin fund to investors.

    “I said in my notes from 2017 if three things happen to bitcoin then I would be an investor, and I would build a bitcoin product,” he said. “One, it must continue to scale. I arbitrarily picked the number 100 million users. I think we’re well over that now. Two was regulation. How would the government regulate bitcoin and other digital assets? I think the regulation has been more or less benign. The third thing, equally important, was storage. Were we going to be able to store hundreds of millions of dollars of bitcoin and not have to worry that our keys would be stolen, our passwords taken, or we would be hacked? So now we’re storing our bitcoin at Fidelity.”

    Scaramucci said he stands by the bitcoin price prediction he made earlier this year.

    “I said a month or two back when bitcoin was at, call it the low 40s, that it would reach $100,000 by the end of the year. It shot up to $64,000, so I said, ‘It looks like it’s getting there more quickly than I expected.’ I’m going to maintain that prediction, $100,000, because I’m looking at the exponential growth of wallets, and bitcoin users and bitcoin owners. It makes me think there’s nowhere for the price to go, long-term, other than up because of the supply and demand imbalance.”

    Join InvestorBrandNetwork’s Jonathan Keim and Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of Skybridge Capital, as they discuss why Skybridge chooses not to hedge its bitcoin position, Scaramucci’s reaction to Elon Musk’s recent tweets regarding bitcoin and why he prefers to invest in bitcoin over other cryptocurrencies. 

    • 33 min
    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge Capital

    InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces CryptoCurrencyWire Podcast featuring Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge Capital

    CryptoCurrencyWire’s latest audio production features Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of Skybridge Capital and former White House Communications Director under the Trump administration.

    SkyBridge Capital is a global alternative investment firm specializing in hedge fund solutions and opportunistic investment vehicles. Scaramucci founded SkyBridge in 2005, following a stint at Goldman Sachs and the sale of an investment firm he cofounded.

    He guided Skybridge into cryptocurrency investments following his experience in Washington D.C., and only after extensive research, as Scaramucci detailed during the interview.

    “When I was unceremoniously fired from the White House, the first thing I did was register the URL SkybridgeBitcoin.com. The reason I did was, my experience in Washington led me to believe that the U.S. dollar would eventually be digitized,” he said. “We heard, even back then, four-plus years ago, that the Chinese currency, the renminbi, was going to be digitized. Bitcoin at that point was accelerating. The bubble had popped at $20,000, and it was heading back down to $3,000. I said we’re going to do extensive research on this, because I believe this is going to be a big part of our future.”

    Still, Scaramucci said, some very specific criteria would have to be met before Skybridge would open a bitcoin fund to investors.

    “I said in my notes from 2017 if three things happen to bitcoin then I would be an investor, and I would build a bitcoin product,” he said. “One, it must continue to scale. I arbitrarily picked the number 100 million users. I think we’re well over that now. Two was regulation. How would the government regulate bitcoin and other digital assets? I think the regulation has been more or less benign. The third thing, equally important, was storage. Were we going to be able to store hundreds of millions of dollars of bitcoin and not have to worry that our keys would be stolen, our passwords taken, or we would be hacked? So now we’re storing our bitcoin at Fidelity.”

    Scaramucci said he stands by the bitcoin price prediction he made earlier this year.

    “I said a month or two back when bitcoin was at, call it the low 40s, that it would reach $100,000 by the end of the year. It shot up to $64,000, so I said, ‘It looks like it’s getting there more quickly than I expected.’ I’m going to maintain that prediction, $100,000, because I’m looking at the exponential growth of wallets, and bitcoin users and bitcoin owners. It makes me think there’s nowhere for the price to go, long-term, other than up because of the supply and demand imbalance.”

    Join InvestorBrandNetwork’s Jonathan Keim and Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of Skybridge Capital, as they discuss why Skybridge chooses not to hedge its bitcoin position, Scaramucci’s reaction to Elon Musk’s recent tweets regarding bitcoin and why he prefers to invest in bitcoin over other cryptocurrencies. 

    • 33 min

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