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Ep. 15– CryptoCharacters with Jason Nagi

Daniel Dewar- Co Founder at Paperchain- Music, Money, Media The music business is a messy one.  Enter Daniel Dewar and the folks at Paperchain, who are now enabling faster payments for the digital media industry with analytics data.   With a blend of business smarts and the help of technology Paperchain has figured out how…

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Ep. 14– CryptoCharacters with Jason Nagi

Mikhail Gurevich- Founder/Managing Partner- Dominion Capital LLC- Value, Growth, Innovation Take a trip down entrepreneur lane, and learn what drew Mikhail to the first Ycombinator class as a young engineering student, along with the likes of Redidit.  Get Mikhail’s take on value, what it takes to build companies, innovation’s quickening pace, and innovation barriers in…

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Ep. 17- Exchanges, Equities, Execution, Roman Ginis – CEO Imperative Execution

CryptoCharacters with Jason Nagi Roman Ginis, earned his PhD in computer science from CalTech, with four patents to his name, is the founder and CEO of Imperative Execution, a trading venue that uses artificial intelligence to systematically reduce the key implicit costs of trading: market impact, price dislocation and adverse selection.  Roman discusses his journey…

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Cryptocurrency & Value – Jack Tatar & Ron Kochman, Doyle Capital Management

Ep. 10 – CryptoCharacters with Jason Nagi Join Jack Tatar and Ron Kochman of Doyle Capital Management in our roving discussion of the crypto-revolution, the nature of value, and the principles underlying current monetary systems. Gain their perspective on the ways to analyze the elusive nature of cryptocurrencues, including little known markers like the 200…

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Blockchain, Privacy & GDPR- Jarno Vanto, Privacy Lawyer

Ep. 9- CryptoCharacters with Jason Nagi Take a deep dive into the way your data is collected, mined, stored, and the way governments seek to safeguard our privacy, with Jarno Vanto, privacy and data lawyer. Learn how blockchain’s immutability and pseudonymity can coexist with GDPR, and the way GDPR is influencing privacy regulation in the…

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Blockchain & Electronic Trading (or Chaos Breeds Knowledge) Julian Jacobson

Ep. 8- CryptoCharacters with Jason Nagi Learn about how securities markets work, how matching engines function in traditional markets and how blockchain can increase electronic trading efficiencies—from releasing “stranded paper securities” which have no secondary market because they lack post-issuance support, to removal of transfer agents.  Discover the barriers to institutional adoption of blockchain technology…

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BitAngels NYC

    Join Us for the Official Launch of BitAngels NYC! BitAngels NYC is a group of investors in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and other cryptocurrencies and tokens. The group was launched to promote education, ideas, and a peer community of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency enthusiasts. BitAngels NYC is the brainchild of Michael Terpin. BitAngels was an…

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OP Ed: Distrust noun, the feeling that someone or something cannot be relied upon.

verb, doubt the honesty or reliability of; regard with suspicion. Current Definition: medical reports on President Trump condition. (Author’s Note: This is the sixth in a series of political articles for CommPRO.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI – My first public relations job was with a political firm, where I worked on local, statewide…

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COVID-19’s Impact on Sustainability: 3 Trends in Media Coverage

Ellen Mallernee Barnes, Vice President of Content; Stephanie Clarke, Vice President; Lesley Sillaman, Senior Vice President; Linda Descano, Executive Vice President; Deanna Tomaselli, Account Supervisor; and Audrey Arbogast, Senior Account Executive at Red Havas Had this past April been an ordinary April, the news media would have likely done its usual flurry of Earth Month—and…

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Media Lessons Learned From The Trump Senate (Impeachment) Trial

(That Were Probably Not Taught In Communications Classes) Arthur Solomon, Public Relations Consultant On January 13, on this web site, I wrote an article regarding media lessons learned from the House impeachment hearings. Many of the examples I listed also applied to none political accounts that most PR practitioners who work at large and small…

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The Day TV Journalism Died

  Arthur Solomon, Public Relations Consultant We soon will be approaching June 1, the birthday of the death of TV journalism. And Americans who care about truthful, factual, accurate news should still be in mourning. People who grew up during the age of cable news might not know that once upon a time, TV journalism…

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The Pundits Finally Got It Right

Arthur Solomon, Public Relations Consultant For years, I’ve been writing about the inaccuracy of the opinions of political TV pundits. I now owe them an apology. They finally got one right. Special counsel Robert Mueller handed in his report to the Attorney General on Friday, March 22. There was no doubt that the pundits would…

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Driving Culture Change in the Age of Digital Transformation

Michael Leeds, Senior VP of Client Engagement, Americas, SGK “Culture is like the wind. It is invisible, yet its effect can be seen and felt. When it is blowing in your direction, it makes for smooth sailing. When it is blowing against you, everything is more difficult.” Amongst those difficulties is sustainable transformation. Many companies…

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