Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 TeleTrade's analyst Dmitry Karpin delivered a public seminar about crypto currencies at the TeleTrade's premises in Vilnius. Our office literally turned out too small for the eager audience of over 40 persons interested in learning about the new financial instruments and technologies. Topics covered were the history and principles of block chain technologies and crypto currencies, types of crypto currencies currently available, as well as their price dynamics and investment opportunities associated with them. Given the success of the event, and continuing interest in the subject, TeleTrade Lithuania is looking to host more seminars on investments into new financial instruments. Please follow teletrade-dj.lt/mokymai/events for announcements about upcoming events!
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