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Don’t Fall For This Crypto Scam…With Clay Collins

Don’t Fall For This Crypto Scam…With Clay Collins

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About this Episode

Unless you’re brand new to this podcast, you know that I’ve been a huge fan of crypto assets for years, having bought my first Bitcoin back in 2013 for $70.

Well, today we’re joined by another gentleman who is a big fan of Bitcoin, and who also got his start in the internet marketing world many years ago. His name is Clay Collins.

While you might not recognize that name outright, you’ve almost certainly heard of the company he started, LeadPages.

Yep, Clay is the founder of which was really the first drag and drop capture page and website builder for online businesses.

Well several years ago, Clay sold a portion of LeadPages and cashed out a very large sum of money in the process.

So what did he do next?

He got into crypto.

And specifically, he’s now the founder of a company called Nomics.

So why does this matter to you?

Well if you’re currently invested in crypto-assets, or if you’re thinking about investing, there’s a very subtle scam that’s been around for a few years now that could cost you some serious money.

What is it?

Well, that’s what we’re going to talk about in this amazing interview with Clay today, and how Nomics is saving people from this scam.

Now if you haven’t invested in Bitcoin yet, well… It might be time to reconsider that, and if you need some help learning how it all works, where to buy it, and how to keep it safe once you do, then make sure you head to where I’ve posted a free training video for you that will share some of my biggest lessons learned when it comes to crypto.



Music by: Ascence
Song: Places Like That
Licensed under a Creative Commons License

About the Instructor

Clay Collins Co-Founder and CEO at Nomics
Clay is currently the CEO and Co-founder at Nomics and Board Chair at Drip/Leadpages. Before co-founding Nomics, Clay founded Leadpages, where he drove growth to over 48K paying customers (and 175 employees), led the company’s acquisition of Drip, and raised $38M in venture capital financing.
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