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Need a 2020 Crypto Calendar? Grab Your Free PDF Today

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2020 promises to be an exciting year for crypto; there’s a lot to look forward to.

We’ve got the Bitcoin halving, the launch of Bakkt’s consumer app, the (potential!) public unveiling of Facebook’s much-criticized Libra platform, and the possibility of finally seeing Ethereum 2.0 come to fruition.

How can you possibly keep up to date with all those events? It’s simple—just download Blocks Decoded’s free 2020 crypto calendar! It’s a single PDF where you’ll find all the dates in one place.

We’ve highlighted some of the largest crypto conferences, the most important news stories to look out for, and the major goings-on in the worlds of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and beyond.

Oh, and did we mention that the calendar looks awesome; why not print it off and keep it handy throughout the year?

Want to know more? Okay, here’s a sneak-peak:

crypto calendar 2020

Download Our 2020 Crypto Calendar Today

If you’re ready to grab a copy of the complete calendar, you’ll need to head to the website of our distribution partner, TradePub. If you’re using TradePub for the first time, you’ll need to complete a short form to access it. Don’t worry, it’s a one-time event.

Download: Free 2020 Crypto Calendar

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Dan Price
Dan is the Managing Editor of Blocks Decoded. He has a background in both finance and technology and holds professional qualifications from the UK's Chartered Insurance Institute, including a Certificate in Discretionary Investment Management and a Diploma in Financial Planning. In his early career, Dan worked for more than five years as a private financial consultant, advising clients on investments, fund portfolios, and long-term savings. Today, Dan also writes for MakeUseOf. He started at the company in January 2014 and has gone on to hold several key positions in the organization.
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