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Sep 12, 2022

Jenn Foster and Melanie Johnson co-owners of Elite Online Publishing, interview Jeff Sekinger about how the world around us is going to evolve to accommodate crypto currencies. 

What You’ll Learn in this Episode:

  • How to invest in crypto currency.
  • How your business should adapt to crypto currency.
  • How to use smart contracts.


"The thing you need to separate is, we're no longer investing into companies, we're investing into protocols and that's really a piece of code and a lot of 'em can replace, you know, agencies, and companies. We're starting to see things being used as as an actual currency." (8:40)

"I think smart contracts will be important for the author to have ownership over what they are writing and publishing. And we see this with music as well, when artists release their albums, they can really own a larger piece of their albums." (17:08)

"So I think if banks are not, coming around to it and accepting crypto, regardless of regulation, regardless of the current infrastructure that's in place, they have to adopt it because if they don't they'll die. I really think that the best technology is always gonna prevail." (22:22)

About Jeff Sekinger:

Jeff Sekinger was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania but was raised in Columbus, Ohio after his family relocated when he was five years old. From a young age, he always had a knack for the business and finance world as he grew up with entrepreneurs for parents. When they divorced, he noticed the financial toll his family’s finances took. He developed his drive for financial success after seeing both sides of what money can do.

While working at J.P. Morgan, he started writing business plans for startups as a side hustle. He noticed startups also needed capital to start and operate their ventures and quickly jumped into the credit niche. Simultaneously, Jeff began building his personal brand on Instagram, teaching the exact strategies he was using in the business and on himself to break out of the financial hole he dug himself into. After declaring the outside business activity, the bank denied his side hustle and social media presence. Jeff took this as a sign to pursue his passion and left the company in late 2018.

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