Find out why cryptocurrencies and decentralised finance (DeFi) are the biggest opportunity to grow your wealth and free up your career.
About this event
Decentralised finance (DeFi) is the future of finance, work, and organisations. Since 2009 it has been growing behind the scenes, and now has USD96 billion worth of transactions EVERY DAY! In the meantime, mainstream media portrays it as a scam, inhabited by criminal low-lifes or foolish idealists.
The truth is that DeFi is being built by some of the smartest people in the world – people with positive visions for a fairer world where everyone can access wealth! If you are not participating in DeFi, you are missing out!
In this fast-paced presentation, we will explain:
- How DeFi is disrupting centralised institutions and financial systems.
- How it is giving access to the unbanked millions around the world.
- How you can participate in financial projects that used to be only for the super-rich.
- How you can beat inflation with high-yield savings and investments.
- How, as an artist or creator, you can protect your copyright and earn serious income.
- How you could work when you want, where you want, how you want.
- How you can grow your wealth faster than ever before in history.
The problem is that DeFi is growing exponentially every day, and is not easy for newbies to navigate. You need to know what to look for, and how to keep yourself safe. We explain some of the opportunities available and how to manage your risks by diversifying your investments.
At the end of this presentation, you will know if DeFi is for you, and the steps you need to take if you want to explore this fascinating world of cryptocurrencies, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), metaverses, decentralised autonomous organisations (DAOs) and much more.
No financial knowledge required – this really is for everyone!
This event is for education purposes only, and no cryptocurrency products or services will be sold. You will be invited to join DeFi Freedom educational and community membership if you wish.
None of the material should be construed as financial advice; you are encouraged to do your due diligence before making any decisions.