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With Lou Sagar (Founder/CEO, The Alchemist's Kitchen).
Tue, Apr 02, 2024 @ 06:30 PM   FREE   Venue, 117 Crosby St

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Bitcoin is an important digital asset class with significant investment potential. It uses blockchain technology to support transactions between users on a decentralized network. Bitcoins are generated from high-powered computer networks, created in what is called, a mining" process that validates, verifies, & records the transactions in a publicly distributed ledger, called a blockchain, without central oversight.

For many of us, it remains elusive & hard to understand. At its core, it calls upon us to reset our understanding of "money" itself.

Join Lou Sagar, the Founder of The Alchemist's Kitchen, & a special guest for the second in a series of Bitcoin Salon gatherings to inform, educate, & demystify Bitcoin. Our goal is to establish The Alchemist's Kitchen as a place for gatherings that align our dedication to plant medicine for health & healing with a new understanding of the health we all need when it comes to investment, & money.

About: Lou Sagar

Lou Sagar is the Founder & CEO of The Alchemist's Kitchen based in Soho, New York City.

In 2016, he recognized the need to create a trust-based contemporary brand focused on plant-based health & wellness. Motivated by a belief that the societal perception of Cannabis & Psychedelics could be changed from a "Gateway to Addictive Drugs" to the recognition that "Plants & Mushrooms Heal".

In 2017, the Alchemist's Kitchen was birthed with a flagship apothecary in New York, complemented with events, workshops, & classes. Today, the company is staffed with a small but passionate team including herbalists, & mycologists with an active curation of best-in-class herbal & medicinal mushroom remedies from the finest makers, farms, & workshops located throughout the United States.
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