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How to Build a Crypto Portfolio Amid Market Turbulence
Contrary to what most people think, you don’t need to directly buy bitcoin or ethereum to gain exposure to crypto. There are many ways to buy into this game-changing technology and emerging asset class without the complexity of keys, digital wallets and cryptocurrency exchanges.

Whether you are looking to use the current crypto market pullback as an opportunity to add to your existing holding at a lower price or buy into this emerging asset class for the first time, we have a program for you.

Join us on May 24 as we walk you through little-known strategies on how to gain exposure to crypto without the hassle. Register now and find the answers to:

- Which crypto mutual funds and ETFs are most suitable to buy – and which ones may be right for you?
- Which stocks are the most effective crypto proxies?
- What are cryptocurrency trusts?
- How about crypto-adjacent funds?
- … and more

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Steven Ehrlich
Director of Research, Digital Assets
Steven is the director of research for digital assets at Forbes. Prior to joining Forbes, he was at Kraken, a cryptocurrency exchange based in the United States. Before Kraken he served as chief operating officer at the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance, a non-profit trade association dedicated to the comprehensive adoption of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies across global markets. Before joining the WSBA, Steven was the Lead Associate within the Emerging Technologies practice at Spitzberg Partners, a boutique corporate advisory firm that advises leading firms across industries on blockchain technology.
Michael del Castillo
Senior Editor of Forbes Crypto
Michael reports on how blockchain and cryptocurrencies are being adopted by enterprises and the broader business community. His coverage includes the use of cryptocurrencies and extends to non-cryptocurrency applications of blockchain in finance, supply chain management, digital identity and a number of other use cases. Previously, Michael was a staff reporter at blockchain news site, CoinDesk, where he covered the increasing willingness of enterprises to explore how blockchain could make their work more efficient and in some cases, unnecessary. He has been covering blockchain since 2011, has been published in the New Yorker, and has been nationally syndicated by American City Business Journals. His work has been published in Blockchain in Financial Markets and Beyond by Risk Books and I am regularly cited in industry research reports. Since 2009 he's run Literary Manhattan, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to showing Manhattan’s rich literary heritage.