Featuring Morris Nolan and Aleta Armstrong

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In this masterclass, Wesley Pepper tackles cryptocurrency and the potential for artists/creative industry. Entrepreneur, Morris Nolan sits in as somewhat of an expert on this technology. And Aleta Armstrong joins in the conversation from YEBO! Art Gallery, Eswatini.

This is a follow up to the cryptocurrency episode we did earlier this year. In that episode we did an overview of bitcoin and how to use it. In this episode, we take a deeper look at it’s potential applications within the art industry.

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