Ep. 75 The Long-Short | The crypto revolution continues!

Published: 17 January 2024

The Long-Short is a podcast by the Alternative Investment Management Association, focusing on the very latest insights on the alternative investment industry.

Each episode will examine topical areas of interest from across the alternative investment universe with news, views and analysis delivered by AIMA’s global team, as well as a host of industry experts.

Dive into the latest The Long-Short podcast episode, where Henri Arslanian, renowned crypto commentator, and Co-Founder of Nine Blocks Capital Management, unpacks the year's biggest crypto stories.

From the US's landmark Bitcoin ETF approval to the seismic shifts in NFTs and Solana, get the inside scoop on what's shaping the future of digital assets.

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Episode breakdown by question:

  • What were the significant crypto developments of 2023? (3:23)
  • When do you sell in a (Solana) bull market? (13:22)
  • How did last years regulatory changes impact the global crypto market? (22:48)
  • What’s going on with NFTs? (26:37)
  • What could the Bitcoin ETF news mean for the industry? (30:52)
  • What could tokenization do for the industry? (37:53)
  • How could AI alter the trajectory of crypto? (41:36)
  • What's 2024 got in store for crypto and Nine Block Capital? (47:23)


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