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Since its launch in 2009 by an anonymous person with the fictitious name of Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin has emerged as a worldwide financial disruption. It has become a global phenomenon, attracting technology leaders, entrepreneurs, financial investors, and scammers alike.

Bitcoin’s market cap currently surpasses 160 billion dollars and the daily volume of transactions is over 10 billion, which is as large as MasterCard and larger than Western Union, MoneyGram and PayPal combined.

But what is Bitcoin exactly, and how does it work? How is it possible to make money capitalizing on its high volatility? What are the most common scams and how to avoid them?

The American Bitcoin Association (ABA) is promoting FREE seminars all over the country to promote Bitcoin adoption and protect the public from scammers.

The seminar will be presented by Mario Fantoni, president of the American Bitcoin Association and a frequent speaker at Bitcoin events.

Mario has been featured on Forbes, Inc. Magazine, KCRA, FOX40, Sacramento News & Review and other news media.

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What the Heck is Bitcoin? How to Make Money and Avoid Scams

The Urban Hive at The Cannery

Since its launch in 2009 by an anonymous person with the fictitious name of Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin has emerged as a worldwide financial disruption. It has become a global phenomenon, attracting technology leaders, entrepreneurs, financial investors, and scammers alike. Bitcoin’s market cap currently surpasses 160 billion dollars and the daily volume of transactions is 10 billion, which is almost as high as MasterCard and larger than Western Union, MoneyGram and PayPal combined. But what is Bitcoin exactly, and how does it work? How is it possible to make money capitalizing on its high volatility? What are the most common scams and how to avoid them? The American Bitcoin Association (ABA) is promoting FREE seminars all over the country to promote Bitcoin adoption and protect the public from scammers.

What the Heck is Bitcoin? How to Make Money and Avoid Scams

The Urban Hive at The Cannery

Since its launch in 2009 by an anonymous person with the fictitious name of Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin has emerged as a worldwide financial disruption. It has become a global phenomenon, attracting technology leaders, entrepreneurs, financial investors, and scammers alike. Bitcoin’s market cap currently surpasses 160 billion dollars and the daily volume of transactions is 10 billion, which is almost as high as MasterCard and larger than Western Union, MoneyGram and PayPal combined. But what is Bitcoin exactly, and how does it work? How is it possible to make money capitalizing on its high volatility? What are the most common scams and how to avoid them? The American Bitcoin Association (ABA) is promoting FREE seminars all over the country to promote Bitcoin adoption and protect the public from scammers.

What the Heck is Bitcoin? How to Make Money and Avoid Scams

The Urban Hive at The Cannery

Since its launch in 2009 by an anonymous person with the fictitious name of Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin has emerged as a worldwide financial disruption. It has become a global phenomenon, attracting technology leaders, entrepreneurs, financial investors, and scammers alike. Bitcoin’s market cap currently surpasses 160 billion dollars and the daily volume of transactions is 10 billion, which is almost as high as MasterCard and larger than Western Union, MoneyGram and PayPal combined. But what is Bitcoin exactly, and how does it work? How is it possible to make money capitalizing on its high volatility? What are the most common scams and how to avoid them? The American Bitcoin Association (ABA) is promoting FREE seminars all over the country to promote Bitcoin adoption and protect the public from scammers.

What the Heck is Bitcoin? How to Make Money and Avoid Scams

The Urban Hive at The Cannery

Since its launch in 2009 by an anonymous person with the fictitious name of Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin has emerged as a worldwide financial disruption. It has become a global phenomenon, attracting technology leaders, entrepreneurs, financial investors, and scammers alike. Bitcoin’s market cap currently surpasses 160 billion dollars and the daily volume of transactions is 10 billion, which is almost as high as MasterCard and larger than Western Union, MoneyGram and PayPal combined. But what is Bitcoin exactly, and how does it work? How is it possible to make money capitalizing on its high volatility? What are the most common scams and how to avoid them? The American Bitcoin Association (ABA) is promoting FREE seminars all over the country to promote Bitcoin adoption and protect the public from scammers.

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