Money Reimagined

Money reimagined

CoinDesk published this video item, entitled “Money Reimagined” – below is their description.

CoinDesk’s “Money Reimagined,” a newsletter and podcast series, expands into television with the same critical look at the issues and people that are shaping the future of money and economics. The TV series builds on the success of the weekly podcast hosted by CoinDesk’s Chief Content Officer Michael Casey and the World Economic Forum’s Sheila Warren.

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