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Doors: 7pm Talk starts: 7.30pm
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Dominic Frisby tells the amazing story of Bitcoin, explaining what it is, how it came about, and the implications it has for the future. Looking at whether it still makes sense to invest and, if so, how to get started. He'll consider the past, present and future of money; at the amazing impact of record-keeping on history and the potential world-changing applications for blockchain technology. «The revolution will not be televised. It will be cryptographically time-stamped on the blockchain». All done, of course, in an easy, engaging and accessible manner
Comedian, speaker and author, Dominic Frisby, is well versed in economics, politics and current affairs. In 2006 Dominic was progressing quite happily in comedy (‘viciously funny and inventive’ Guardian) when he suddenly became fascinated with the worlds of economics and finance.
Dominic has since become an in-demand speaker (‘extremely funny and very intelligent’, Charlie Morris, HSBC). He writes a weekly investment column for Moneyweek and regularly writes for the Guardian. He has written two books – Bitcoin: the Future of Money? (‘A great book … read it and glimpse into the future,’ Richard Branson) and Life After the State (‘Something extraordinary … a page-turner on the economy’, James Harding). And he co-wrote and narrated the internet sensation documentary about the global financial crisis, The Four Horsemen (over 3 million hits on YouTube).
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