Will Bitcoin Be Latin America’s “Euro?”

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The first "radical" step in adopting a new currency took place just a few months ago when the country of El Salvador made Bitcoin legal tender. People may not remember but in January 2001, the very same El Salvador gave up control of its monetary policy, abandoned the fixed exchange rate and "dollarized" the economy, thus making the U.S. currency in El Salvador legal tender.

Episode 38: Prosperity Awaits at the Intersection of Gaming, Finance and Media

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In this episode, DWealthMuse host Dara Albright and guest Jonathan Ovadia CEO of AEXLAB - virtual reality technologies and gaming company, discuss the vast economic possibilities that will arise at the intersection of gaming, finance and media.

Bitcoin ETFs are Finally Trading. Now What?

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Keep in mind that these newly listed Bitcoin ETFs do NOT actually hold Bitcoin, but rather Bitcoin FUTURES, and specifically, futures traded on the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) which settle monthly in cash. In other words, these new ETFs will never actually hold Bitcoins. How will this affect Bitcoin trading, settlement and, most importantly, how the ETFs will trade? Again, who knows. Its a brand new world.

Episode 37: How Financial Advisors are Leveraging Digital Transformation to Engage the Self-Directed Generation

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In this episode, DWealthMuse host Dara Albright and guest Charles Smith, Global Head of Digital Solutions, Wealth Management, Refinitiv, a London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) business and one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and infrastructure, discuss how financial advisors are leveraging digital transformation to accommodate self-directed investor mindsets, increase productivity and grow assets under management.

Episode 36: The Economic Impact of the Imminent InterGENDERational Wealth Transfer

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In this episode, DWealthMuse host Dara Albright and Shari Noonan, CEO of Rialto Markets, discuss a recent report by McKinsey & Company predicting that, by the year 2030, American women will own much of the $30 trillion in financial assets possessed by baby boomers, and how this imminent “interGENDERational” wealth transfer will impact the economy, our public and private capital markets, RIAs and overall investment strategies.

Episode 35: The $3.5T Budget Reconciliation Bill’s Impact on Retirement Savers, Financial Planners, Businesses...

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In this episode, DWealthMuse host Dara Albright, and guests Matt Belcher, CEO and Co-founder of CalTier, and Jim Jones, a self-directed IRA expert who handles Platform Partnerships at Alto Ira, discuss how the $3.5 trillion Budget Reconciliation bill will impact retirement savers, portfolio construction, financial advisors, businesses and future American prosperity.

A Bitcoin Futures ETF is Big News, But Even Bigger News is Brewing

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always chasing cars actually caught one. Well the "dog" (ProShares) just caught its coveted Bitcoin ETF, sort of. It's a Bitcoin FUTURES ETF. Big difference. But, at least at long last, the SEC finally approved a Bitcoin "flavored" Exchange Traded Fund, well then, yippee!

Episode 34: The Curriculum Keeping Financial Advisors on the Forefront of Digital Asset Investing

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In this episode, DWealthMuse host, Dara Albright, and guest, Jahon Jamali, co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer at Sarson Funds, a leader in cryptocurrency investor education, discuss the groundbreaking crypto curriculum that is keeping financial advisors on the forefront of digital asset investing as well as how NFTs may play a role in transforming education and accreditations at large.

It’s Time, Gold. Bow Out Graciously.

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Gold retires. Yes, it's true. After 5,000 years of impeccable service to global monetary development and stability, Gold announced its retirement. The world is grateful.

Episode 33: How and Why U.S. Regulators are Destroying Fintech Innovation

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In this episode, DWealthMuse host, Dara Albright, and guest, guest Bill Taylor, Chief Investment Officer of Entoro Wealth and author of the highly acclaimed columns “ The Taylor Report” – in collaboration with the Chicago Mercantile Exchange – and “The Gray Swan Report”, question recent regulatory actions that seem to be aimed at destroying fintech innovation – the very innovation that fosters economic democracy.