🎙️Taking Ethereum Public | Ether Capital

Chatting with the executives behind the first publicly traded Ethereum company

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📺 Taking Ethereum Public | Brian Mosoff & Stefan Coolican

December 23rd, 2020

Ether Capital is a publicly traded company out of Canada. Their job is to get ETH on their balance sheet. 

The company is centered around ETH and Ethereum the ecosystem, and offers a bridge for investors to be able to access exposure to the Ethereum ecosystem via public markets. 

We dive into the background and context of the company, as well as how the company structure gives them a competitive advantage. Ether Capital is the first public company to stake ETH, and has big plans for the world of ETH staking. 

These guys are on the frontlines of getting investor awareness about the opportunity that ETH and Ethereum offers, and has been sharpening their ability to explain why the opportunity is so compelling. 


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