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Blockchain and cryptocurrency have become a phenomenal trend that has captivated the interest of investors. The cryptocurrency's economic impact and visibility are expanding as more businesses embrace and welcome it as an official payment method.

As part of a trend that signals rising awareness and adoption of cryptocurrencies, this session is intended for educational purposes only. Those who are interested in the world of cryptocurrencies and in gaining knowledge on the intricacies of digital investment will find this webinar informative and succinct.

Join us for this webinar, led by an expert in the field, to gain insights on:

  • The blockchain technology
  • Cryptocurrency as a digital asset and alternative investment
  • Tax declaration for cryptocurrency
  • Common myths regarding crypto assets
  • Potential harms facing cryptocurrency
  • The future of cryptocurrency


Arif Lee

Business Development & Liquidity Lead


Arif has spent two years at Luno, first as the Community & Events Lead and has since taken up the role of Business Development & Liquidity Lead. In those two-years, he and the team has organically developed Luno's local community from three figures in members to a whopping five figures and counting. He and the team have also grown the local liquidity to capture over 80% of the regulated market share since being regulated in 2019. In addition, he has had the opportunity to be part of education initiatives with Maybank, Maxis, SME Bank and Universiti Utara Malaysia.

Arif has led major projects including: the Malaysia Relaunch event, the highly-successful VIP Engagement programme and a Trader Reactivation programme. Beyond his normal work scope, he has built strong relationships with the Royal Malaysian Police and several government bodies, and even planned, shot & starred in educational videos with the Securities Commission of Malaysia. Outside his professional life, his interests include financial literacy and basketball.

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