Cryptoassets with Tyrone Ross, Jr.(016)
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Disclaimer: Before you listen, please remember this conversation is for informational and educational purposes only. The cryptoassets discussed with Tyrone are not recommendations; it is imperative you consult a financial advisor to determine how and if cryptoassets fit into your overall financial plan. On the sixteenth episode of All About Your Benjamins The Podcast, I'm joined by Tyrone Ross Jr., a managing partner and financial advisor at NobleBridge Wealth. Tyrone is a true triple advisor, cryptoasset expert and world-class athlete. Very few financial advisors are currently advising their clients on crypotassets and Blockchain, but Tyrone has positioned himself as one of the go-to financial advisor experts in the space. I've spent a substantial amount of time researching cryptoassets, but I'm still not to ready to begin incorporating them into my practice, which is why I asked Tyrone to join me for a conversation centered around how he discovered cryptoassets, when he began helping clients with them, and the future of the space. Be sure to check the show notes below because Tyrone provides a lot of great resources and I've linked to them all. And you already know we found time to talk about's not every day I have an Olympic Trial qualifier on the show; be sure to check out his Instagram page for some crazy pull-up action, along with some great book recommendations. I really enjoyed my time with Tyrone, and I'm looking forward to staying in touch with him and having him back on as the world of cryptoassets continues to evolve. I think you're really going to dig this one! I hope you enjoy! Itunes: All About Your Benjamins the Podcast Ep. 016 (link available soon) Show Notes: Satoshi Whitepaper Cryptoassets by Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar All About Your Benjamins: Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Posts DailyBit Newsletter Token Daily Proof Of Work Twitter: @TR401 LinkedIn: Tyrone Ross Jr. Instagram: @Tyrun401 NobleBridge Wealth Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog should be considered advice, or recommendations. If you have questions pertaining to your individual situation you should consult your financial advisor. For all of the disclaimers, please see my disclaimer page.
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