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Jamar James, also known as "The Digital Currency Guy", has impacted countless lives with his story and his desire to change his life and escape his past limitations. Jamar grew up in the inner city of Oakland and will tell how he escaped the gang ridden, drug infested streets and became a successful entrepreneur by the age of 30 and again a few years later when he built his second trading business after losing much in the real estate crash of 2009. His quest to overcome his limits began at 17 years old when he enlisted in the Marine Corps during operation desert storm. In the Marine Corps Jamar promised to defend his family, his country and his fellow Americans against all domestic and foreign terrorists. Today he continues his promise to defend, but the battle has changed. Jamar now recognizes the changes of today's world from what was traditionally valued, to now embracing the alternative thought of the new generations. He helps his clients fight poverty and financial ignorance in this ever-changing world. As an early adopter of crypto currency, he is at the forefront of utilizing this new money as a weapon against poverty. His message to become financially self-sufficient in ones life has touched and influenced audiences. Jamar coaches professional and business entrepreneurs about diversifying in alternative crypto-currency strategies. It is his passion to bring crypto-currency and the block chain to the masses and share with them why its so important to embrace them. He paints a picture of what the future will look like based on the emergence of digital currency and how it will affect everyone. The first step in any battle is unity. Jamar unites entrepreneurs with the ideal of a future financial empowerment and ownership. He will share his story of how he broke away from a 9 to 5 and built a community that is free from the everyday struggles of the old world. Jamar will share and talk about everything crypto and its impact on our world. He will also discuss not only what it is versus what its perceived to be, but why it won't be going anywhere any time soon.
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