Gamifying Crypto & Making It Easier To Trade [PODCAST] – Gimmer


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Gamifying Crypto and making it easier to trade – Ready Player One or Game Over? Welcome to Decentralised Disruption, a podcast series about the use and implications of Blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies and smart contracts in business, the market and wider society. Today we talk to Paul Lindsell of Gimmer, an automated cryptocurrency trading platform providing users with an innovative way to trade cryptocurrencies. Together we discuss what makes Gimmer unique, issues surrounding access to trading cryptocurrencies, how Gimmer seeks to address these issues as well wider trends and issues within the cryptocurrency market. Let the games begin… MORE RESOURCES: https://gimmer.net/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/paullindsell/DISCLAIMER: This podcast is created by the LSEAAL and is therefore not affiliated to the educational institution, the London School of Economics and Political Science. The present podcast seeks to explore developing trends and interesting case studies within the financial services sector. The information contained in the podcast and information on this website is not, and should not be read as, an offer or recommendation to buy or sell or a solicitation of an offer or recommendation to buy or sell any products or services. Decisions on whether to use or invest in financial products or services should be considered with due attention to the risks, undertaking independent research and seeking independent advice where appropriate.
Mandeep Metharu

Mandeep Metharu

Chair at LSEAAL
Mandeep graduated with a law degree (LLB 2010) from the LSE and is presently the Chair of the LSE Alumni Association London (LSEAAL). Previously, Mandeep co-founded Medbiomarkers, a consultancy helping accelerate early stage medical research, playing a key role in forming and helping fund raise $16.6M for an international Autism Consortium. He now supports promising growth companies and venture funds focused in sectors ranging from life sciences, space and education.

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