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Blockchain technology, and the larger "decentralization" movement, has the potential to change the world in ways we haven't seen since the beginning of the internet. We are only in the first wave of blockchain-powered technologies and financing models, and already many sectors are being disrupted —from marketing to manufacturing, from healthcare to energy, from law to accounting, and from venture capital to even music.

Yesterday we hosted a special webinar with one of the world's foremost experts on blockchain and decentralization: Anthony Di Iorio (Co-founder of Ethereum, Founder of Jaxx & Decentral)

Over 1200 people tuned into the live online event, where Anthony answered questions and provided opinions on a variety of topics, including the applications of blockchain in varieties of businesses, the dangers of speculation, the evolving regulatory landscape, and more.

You can see the full video below:

In addition to joining us for our webinar, Anthony Di Iorio has also teamed up with the Founder Institute launch our first-ever “Blockchain Founder Syndicate” program in Toronto to provide blockchain entrepreneurs with expert mentorship and training. 

If you are interested in launching a blockchain business in Toronto, you can apply to the Blockchain Founder Syndicate at

Or, learn more about how the Founder Institute helps early-stage entrepreneurs build great technology companies across 180+ cities worldwide at

(photo courtesy Business Insider)

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