Interview with Trevor Koverko, CEO of Polymath

Security tokens will dominate the blockchain universe!
Trevor Koverko

Trevor Koverko, CEO of Polymath

Trevor Koverko is prominent blockchain founder, investor and speaker.
After launching his career at the convergence of Wall Street and Silicon Valley, Trevor became a very early leader in the blockchain community.
Trevor started in 2012 in Bitcoin, has keynoted major blockchain events like The North American Bitcoin Conference, and seeded foundation projects like Ethereum, Aion, QTum, Hive, EOS, and Shapeshift.
In 2017, after predicting the mega-trend of financial securities migrating to the blockchain, Trevor cofounded Polymath – the worlds largest securities token network.
Trevor graduated from Canada’s leading business school, Ivey, was a NHL draft pick of the New York Rangers and is a 4x attendee of Satoshi Roundtable.

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Terrance Jackson: What is Polymath?
Trevor Koverko: I founded Polymath in 2017 after wanting to launch a token of my own for a company I founded.
I quickly learned that the token I wanted to launch would actually be considered a security token — a token that would represent shares in my company. I also learned that the barrier to entry when it came to creating a security token was simply too high for many companies.
That’s when I had the idea for Polymath and to disrupt the legacy securities industry. Polymath, which is an open-source platform, gives issuers of financial products access to the blockchain, smart contracts, and token creation technology.
Polymath provides a protocol to ease issuers– such as venture capital firms, investment funds, and companies– through the complex tech and legal processes of a successful security token launch.
In short, the idea behind Polymath is an interface between financial securities and the blockchain.

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Can Google Predict the Stock Market

Can Google Predict the Stock Market
Using Artificial Intelligence to Analyze Financial Data
A Machine Learning Demonstration by
Terrance Jackson
Monday, May 21 @ 7 pm
Larchmont Public Library
121 Larchmont Avenue, Larchmont, NY
Can we use artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques on information collected by companies such as Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, and Twitter to help predict financial markets?

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Based on the research of Tobias Preis, a professor of Behavioural Science & Finance at the Warwick Business School, using a trading strategy based on the changes of how often people Googled the word “debt,” yielded a return of 326% for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). This is compared to a 16% return for a buy and hold strategy.

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Pistis: Live The Resurrection!

Pistis understands that people often need financial help as well as spiritual help.

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All of history’s greatest figures achieved success by having pistis, “trust; commitment; loyalty; engagement.”
Coming soon
Pistis “Live The Resurrection!” T-shirts

Live The Resurrection

“Did not the Messiah have to suffer these things and then enter his glory?” And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself.
~ Luke 24: 26-27
Our t-shirts are made with as many high-quality local inputs as possible.
Our t-shirts are:
  • Grown in the USA
  • Certified organic cotton
  • Made in the Carolinas
  • Transparent supply chain
  • Water-based inks
  • Environmentally-friendly print process
  • Medium weight: 5.4 oz
Be proud each and every day you wear your tee knowing that your purchase supports more than 500 American jobs! Since it’s made from super-comfortable ringspun cotton, you’ll want to wear it every day. And because it’s made from a medium weight (5.4 oz) fabric that’s constructed for durability, you can actually wear it every day without it showing signs of wear.
Don’t try to interpret faith
in terms of science and logic.
“And all things you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive.”
Matthew 21:22
Religious imagery is
telling you what is becoming.


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