Marc Terrano is a lead publisher and growth marketer at Finder. He has previously worked at Finder as a publisher for frequent flyer points and home loans, and as a writer, podcast host and content marketer. Marc has a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) from the University of Technology Sydney. He’s passionate about creating honest and simple reviews and comparisons to help everyone get value for money.
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About this podcast
We’re a bunch of traditional financial experts looking to navigate the exciting world of blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Come join us as we deep dive into this new golden age of finance and learn something new every week.
What we cover:
- What is blockchain?
- The banking revolution
- Blockchain applications
- How to buy/trade
- Interviews with experts
- Funny crypto news
- Crypto security
Adam has been in the journalism and podcasting game for more than a decade, but crypto is all still very new to him. And new things frighten Adam. Please don’t frighten Adam. Please leave him be.
Elizabeth (Liz) is a crypto questioner from way back. She hesitated when Ethereum was up-and-coming and dilly-dallied when Ripple started to take off. Boasting a wallet value of $0, she spends most of her time writing about personal finance and fintech for finder.com.au and watching the cryptocurrency market with a hesitant eye.
Marc is diving headfirst into cryptopia. He’s fascinated by how the blockchain could change the world for the better, although he doesn’t understand how any of it actually works (yet). He’s looking forward to applying his prior knowledge in trading and home loans to see if he can make sense of the terrifying lows, the dizzying highs and the creamy middles of crypto trading.
Listen to previous episodes below
We chat to the Pillar Project’s Drew Harding, who shares how crypto is flipping the script on retail.Read more…
It’s Marc’s final ride as he heads off into the sunset and toward total obscurity. We also chat to Cryptopia CEO Alan Booth about the future of exchanges.Read more…
Did you know you can pay your bills with bitcoin? We speak to Daniel Alexiuc from Living Room of Satoshi about how it works.Read more…
Rupert explains what needs to happen next for the crypto space to thrive.Read more…
How would a cryptocurrency index fund actually work? Jordan explains it all and more in this episode.Read more…
Want to know more about the blockchain? Here are the very basics explained in a natural way.Read more…
This week on the podcast we spoke about the mysterious IOTA and how it works and solves many of the problems of the IOT industry.Read more…
In the first episode of HODL That Thought we spoke to Jamie Skella from Horizon State about the exciting ways the blockchain can reform voting.Read more…
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