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Cointelegraph in partnership with Anatha

There’s so much noise pollution and FUD around crypto, let Edward DeLeon set the record straight.

There’s so much noise pollution and FUD around crypto, let Edward DeLeon set the record straight.

Think crypto is bad for the environment?
Do you think crypto serves the elite and privileged?
Think everyone in the industry is a “crypto bro”?

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“Any nation-state that thinks they could regulate a globally distributed system will find the harsh reality of only regulating within their borders. They can only regulate their population, and in doing so, they’re only harming the very people they claim to be protecting.”

– Edward DeLeon

Edward DeLeon & Anatha

Edward DeLeon has a strong vision of a decentralized society that does away with the existing structural violence of our economic systems by ushering in new economic, political, and social systems that are designed from the ground up to serve the needs of everyone, everywhere—that create structural flourishing.

Edward comes from a strong family and finance background, graduating from the University of Hawaii and working at his father’s accounting firm. When the Financial Crisis of 2008 came, Edward was devastated, personally and financially. And so he used his last one hundred dollars to travel to Hawaii and spend some time soul searching.

And then, in 2010, he stumbled upon Bitcoin. In Bitcoin, Edward saw a real solution to the systemic cruelty and wild inefficiency of the existing financial system. He quickly became an advocate for cryptocurrency and, after doing a stint as a crypto reporter, participated in 18 of the top 20 ICOs of all time.

Edward quickly became Hawaii’s leading cryptocurrency expert, launching the state’s first Bitcoin ATM, leading a now-legendary series of crypto lectures at his home, and advising local and state governments.

After deciding he wanted to build systems of structural flourishing himself, he founded Anatha, the culmination, and expression of his passion, vision, and expertise.

Edward DeLeon & Anatha

Edward DeLeon has a strong vision of a decentralized society that does away with the existing structural violence of our economic systems by ushering in new economic, political, and social systems that are designed from the ground up to serve the needs of everyone, everywhere—that create structural flourishing.

Edward comes from a strong family and finance background, graduating from the University of Hawaii and working at his father’s accounting firm. When the Financial Crisis of 2008 came, Edward was devastated, personally and financially. And so he used his last one hundred dollars to travel to Hawaii and spend some time soul searching.

And then, in 2010, he stumbled upon Bitcoin. In Bitcoin, Edward saw a real solution to the systemic cruelty and wild inefficiency of the existing financial system. He quickly became an advocate for cryptocurrency and, after doing a stint as a crypto reporter, participated in 18 of the top 20 ICOs of all time.

Edward quickly became Hawaii’s leading cryptocurrency expert, launching the state’s first Bitcoin ATM, leading a now-legendary series of crypto lectures at his home, and advising local and state governments.

After deciding he wanted to build systems of structural flourishing himself, he founded Anatha, the culmination, and expression of his passion, vision, and expertise.

ANATHA

“Any nation-state that thinks they could regulate a globally distributed system will find the harsh reality of only regulating within their borders. They can only regulate their population, and in doing so, they’re only harming the very people they claim to be protecting.”

– Edward DeLeon

“Volatility is a great thing if you know how to navigate. It’s kind of like saying that the ocean is a dangerous place and we should never sail out into it. And yet that’s where all the opportunity has been historically.”

“Volatility is a great thing if you know how to navigate. It’s kind of like saying that the ocean is a dangerous place and we should never sail out into it. And yet that’s where all the opportunity has been historically.”

– EDWARD DELEON

Edward DeLeon sets the record straight

Edward DeLeon sets the record straight

Edward will open your mind and clear out the FUD. He breaks down the truth between crypto and the environment, lawmakers and crypto, and how crypto can unite humanity by breaking borders and providing unlimited opportunities for society.

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Cointelegraph is proud to present Edward DeLeon, an outspoken crypto economist, early bitcoin investor, and the CEO & Founder of Anatha.io, a mission-driven blockchain technology company. Every week, CoinTelegraph will be featuring a new video with Edward and a fresh perspective on society, economics, and crypto.

Edward DeLeon and Anatha invite you to join a conversation about systemic solutions to large-scale global problems across finance & economies, healthcare & well-being, agriculture & food supply, and governance itself.

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