There’s a decent chance that during the pandemic and the ensuing months, that you were stuck at home with some extra cash on hand, but with no way to spend that money. So you got into crypto- and unfortunately, there’s a very good chance that your holdings are worth much less and you might be a little concerned. And you’re not alone because a recent Bankrate survey showed that only about 30% of millennials are comfortable investing in crypto which is down from 50% a year ago. There’s just not as much confidence and excitement as there used to be and so we’re excited to be joined by Stacy-Marie Ishmael. For years Stacy used to work at the Financial Times where she started the blog Alphaville, she’s worked as a senior editor at Apple, and now she’s a writer & podcaster at Bloomberg where she dedicates nearly all of her time to cryptocurrencies. Listen as we discuss why crypto exploded the way that it did in recent years and why everyone thought it was going to the moon, why crypto hasn’t acted as an investing hedge, why countries are struggling to implement it as their national currency, and what the future holds in the realm of crypto!

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