Deep Dive Workshop: Cryptocurrency Investing & Blockchain for Businesses

September 20th with Cape Cod Technology Council
Sir John Hargrave (Courtesy photo)

Hyannis, MA -  The Cape Cod Technology Council is delighted to welcome back Sir John Hargrave, expert on Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.  John’s presentation at our First Friday breakfast meeting last September was so well received that we are bringing him back for one or our signature Deep Dive Workshops on Friday, September 20th, 2019, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, at at the Hyannis Golf Club on Route 132 in Hyannis.

Everyone has heard of bitcoin and blockchain, but few understand this world of “new money.” Sir John Hargrave is a “money missionary,” traveling the globe and evangelizing these new technologies  to financial advisers, venture capitalists, investment clubs, financial seminars, public libraries, book clubs, and blockchain conferences.

Sir John is the bestselling author of Blockchain for Everyone: How I Learned the Secrets of the New Millionaire Class (And You Can, Too), the first book to explain the money-making secrets behind bitcoin and blockchain in a user-friendly format. Using real-life stories and easy-to-understand examples with a healthy dose of humor, Hargrave explains how and when to buy bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and other blockchain assets, with helpful step-by-step instructions.

This Deep Dive will feature will feature time for networking, two workshop sessions on Cryptocurrency Investing and Blockchain for Businesses, and a book signing by our speaker at the end.  This event is open to the public.  The Deep Dive fee for CCTC Members is $75 per person, and $85 for Non-Members. The fee includes a full hot breakfast.  Visit for the full agenda and registration.

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