Expert on bitcoin offers his assessment on its prospects as a disruptive technology
In a year offering much positive economic news, few assets have appreciated more substantially than alternative currencies. This is with a backdrop of financial figures like Jamie Dimon voicing outright skepticism on their trends, even as his firm engages in significant related investment. Is this merely the latest speculative excess, or are there underlying dynamics all businesses would be wise to understand?
This month will feature a market professional well versed in adapting to financial innovation to offer his clear and realistic views on bitcoin and blockchain. How this emerging technology operates, its potential effects across various industry sectors, and its implications for business process, payment, and international remittances.
Chicago Booth alum/stud/facult $15.00 Fee After 2/7/2018 $20.00
Entrepreneurial RT Member $15.00 Fee After 2/7/2018 $20.00
General Public $20.00 Fee After 2/7/2018 $25.00
Online registration required in advance at ER website. Admission at the door on day of event only if space is available, payment by cash preferred, no credit cards.
6:15 PM-7:00 PM: Networking
7:00 PM-9:00 PM: Presentation
Bill Ulivieri (Speaker)
Founder/Owner, Cenacle Capital Management
Starting his career in 1982 as an independent futures/options trader at CBOE and CBOT, Bill progressed to firm trader, risk and portfolio management for market maker group Equitec Proprietary Markets.
In 2005, he started Cenacle Capital Management, a registered-fee only investment advisor specializing in IRA, 401(k), 401(h) and single owner pension plans.
He is also CEO for a 2017 start-up, Mining Rig Solutions, LLC, focused on providing suitable opportunities for wealthy individuals and Family Offices seeking to participate in alternative currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Bill is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary Analyst® and serves as a market commentator to a diverse radio and Internet audience.
Greg Gocek (Moderator) '85
Chairman, Booth ER
Greg Gocek, '85
Chairman, Booth ER
• No credit cards at the door, only cash and checks.
• Dress is business casual.
• Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel, must do so by Wednesday, February 8. Policy is no refunds for cancellation attempt thereafter or for no shows.