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Trader Cobb aka Craig Cobb has left the lucrative world of trading stocks to go into full blown Crypto trading. He is a straight shooting Bondi bloke who knows his stuff back to front as you may have seen in the recent episode on 60 Minutes Bitcoin episode in February 2018. During his 15 plus years experience in traditional markets like stocks, FX, commodities and bonds (as well as over 6 years as a mentor to tens of thousands of traders), TraderCobb has worked with some of the biggest names in trading. Having travelled the world, presenting his knowledge to traders, who were looking to either make trading their new life or improve upon their current trading skills. If you already know what a blockchain is fast forward a little past our Bitcoin 101 introduction where we talk about a variety of coins, what to look out for and how to navigate your way through this very exciting and world changing space. Craig host many courses and on line training for people wanting to venture into this space.
Its a great chat and we will be having many more in the future I’m sure.

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