Anzo Capital Free Educational Webinar
- Improve your trading knowledge and technical skills with insights from our professional
- Identify the latest and hottest topics and look at how they affect the markets.
About Speaker - Lauren Carmouche
Lauren is our Global Head of Research and Analysis, having worked in the Forex industry for the past 5 years. As an Economics graduate from Warwick University, Lauren’s area of special interest includes Time-series Econometrics. As part of her thesis project, Lauren completed research analyzing the Macroeconomic implications of the U.K.’s decision not to join the European Monetary Union.
- What is Cryptocurrency?
- What are miners and what do they do?
- What are the special features of Cryptocurrency?
- Types of Cryptocurrency and their features.
- What is the future of Cryptocurrency?
22 August 2018
Vietnam 6pm (GMT +7) | Kuala Lumpur 7pm (GMT +8) | Manila 7pm (GMT +8) | Nigeria 12pm (GMT +1)
30 min + Q&A 15 min
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