Welcome to another episode of the Conversations for Financial Professionals podcast where we are shaping the next generation of financial advice.

Today's conversation features Jerry V. Hall, a digital asset expert and cryptocurrency advocate, who shares his opinion on decentralized finance, the implications on traditional finance services, and new opportunities for financial advisors.

Jerry discusses how decentralized finance may have an impact on our society in general while he also tries to address some of the confusion revolving around this topic.

Jerry is a California native that has had a variety of career stops providing tons of perspective from being a mental health coordinator to loan officer to show business and now an investor living in Costa Rica.

We discuss the following...


🎙️ What is decentralized finance? (i.e. defi) 

🎙️ What Defi means for consumers and providers of financial services

🎙️ What is blockchain and cryptocurrency? 

🎙️ Examples of how cryptocurrency is sent

🎙️ What is NFT? 

🎙️ What cryptocurrencies particularly intrigue you based on your knowledge/expertise and why?


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Additional resources referenced in this episode: “The BitCoin Standard”


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