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Bitcoin's market cap has skyrocketed to over $158 billion. But what are they, how do they work? And what makes them secure?

Tomorrow, May 2, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST, Bitcoin and crypto assets expert Jack Tatar will answer these questions…and much more!

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Meet The Experts

Jack Tatar

Jack Tatar:

Jack Tatar is co-author of the current best seller, “Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond” and is Managing Partner of Doyle Capital Management, an investment firm that invests in, and advises early stage companies in the cryptoasset and blockchain technology space. With over two decades of experience in financial services, he was one of the first financial professionals to receive certification in Bitcoin and blockchain technology from the Digital Currency Council. He is the coauthor of one of the earliest books on Bitcoin, “What's the Deal with Bitcoins?” and has written numerous books on retirement and finance. He's currently a contributor to Forbes and has written for Marketwatch.com, CNBC and About.com. Follow Jack on Twitter: @JackTatar

Jack Tatar

Matt Schifrin:

Matt Schifrin is Vice President and Managing Editor of Forbes Media LLC. He oversees all Money & Markets coverage for Forbes.com and Forbes Magazine, including such areas as investing, personal finance, Wall Street, fintech and crypto-assets. Schifrin is also editor of Forbes Newsletters and has been instrumental in numerous Forbes launches including Forbes Best Of The Web, Unchained podcast, Forbes Emerging Tech Report and Forbes Crypto-Confidential e-letter. Schifrin is an award-winning reporter who has more than 25 years of experience covering a wide variety of business and financial topics for Forbes, and has appeared on television and radio numerous times. He is the author of The Warren Buffetts Next Door:The World's Greatest Investors You've Never Heard Of And What You Can Learn From Them (Wiley, 2011) and is a graduate of Cornell University.







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