On this episode, we’re covering big umbrella topics that relate quite well… and that’s entrepreneurship, business, and cryptocurrencies. The business side of cryptocurrencies is fascinating because, like more traditional payments businesses, it’s so impacted by technology and innovation.
Joining Scott to explore all this is Gary Leland, who is the co-founder of Crypto Cousins, and host of 4 Minute Crypto, which aim to educate listeners and followers all about cryptocurrencies. Gary is also a tremendously experienced businessman and entrepreneur. Gary started his first brick and mortar store in 1981, His first e-commerce site in 1996, and his first podcast in 2004. If you’re based in Texas (like Soar Payments is), and specifically Arlington, you may have heard of a of one of his most successful businesses… Leland’s Wallpaper, the largest wallpaper store in Texas.
Listen in for his great insight!
Payments Industry Insights In This Episode:
- How Gary got into cryptocurrencies and why he is so passionate about them.
- What it was like running an ecommerce site back in the 90s.
- Business lessons Gary has learned over his lengthy career.
- How creators and entrepreneurs are using crypto as a means to get support from their audiences.
- With a whole bunch more!
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Payments Industry Spotlight: 4 Minute Crypto Show
Hall of Fame podcaster and Crypto Cousin Gary Leland produces these short news updates about Bitcoin, blockchain and other cryptocurrencies to help keep you up to date with the ever changing world of crypto. Get your daily dose of Bitcoin and crypto news every week day in 4 minutes or less on the 4 Minute crypto Show. This is a CryptoCousins.com production. DISCLAIMER: This podcast and information is not intended as investment advice. Cryptocurrencies are risky. Never invest more than you can afford to lose. Always seek professional advice before making any investment.