For over 350 years, the nation-state system has been the cornerstone of Western politics as people who shared national characteristics created geographical boundaries & sovereign governments to manage them.
Whether you are talking about decentralized finance (DeFi), non-fungible tokens (NFTs), or digital real estate, Ethereum is in the conversation. John Sarson of Sarson Funds explains why.
John Sarson first started thinking about bitcoin as an investment opportunity in 2015. At the time, he was managing his own RIA firm focused on ETFs and low-cost trend-following investments.
The attention of the cryptocurrency industry was pulled to Washington, D.C. in recent days, where the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act included a target on the market’s back.
DeFi has taken the cryptocurrency industry by storm. While this burgeoning market segment only really began to take shape over the past year or so, it has already begun to disrupt Wall Street.
Those concerned after Bitcoin and many altcoins lost more than 50% of their value in the late spring and early summer months have their eyes on the wrong bird, said Jahon Jamali, chief marketing officer for Sarson Funds, a crypto asset manager and educational resource for financial advisors.
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According to John Sarson, CEO and co-founder of Sarson Funds, a crypto asset manager and information resource for advisors, there’s strong evidence that institutions are in the crypto space to stay.
The various intersecting regulatory regimes across the U.S. have often been regarded as an area of scrutiny for the financial industry, if not a nearly insurmountable burden to conducting business as efficiently and profitably as possible.
Tokenization is a technology trend with the potential to reshape financial markets, according to John Sarson, CEO and co-founder of Sarson Funds, a cryptocurrency asset manager and information hub for financial advisors, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the world of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs.
Would you wait 10 minutes to make an in-store purchase? Probably not. However a typical bitcoin transaction can take between 10 and 20 minutes. All that may be set to change soon. Bitcoin Latinum (LTNM), a new Bitcoin fork, is gearing up to launch in Q3 2021, closing several gaps in the current Bitcoin blockchain.