MDC’s BIT Center to Host Cryptocurrencies Trends + Bitcoin by Bloomberg Webinar Sept. 30

Miami, Sept. 9, 2021 Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Business Innovation & Technology (BIT) Center will present a webinar on Cryptocurrencies Trends + Bitcoin with special guest Mike McGlone of Bloomberg Intelligence on Thursday, Sept. 30, from 12 – 1 p.m.  Join the webinar in person at the BIT Center or via Zoom. It’s free and open to the general public with registration.

During the webinar, McGlone will share his outlook for Bitcoin and crypto-assets – Where markets are heading and why. What are the risks and potential rewards? Are crypto-assets the epicenter of a new cold war? What to expect and what might trip up current trends.

McGlone is a senior commodity strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence, a unique research platform that provides context on industries, companies, and government policy, available on the Bloomberg Professional service. With over 25 years of futures and commodity trading and investing experience, he specializes in the broad investible commodity and crypto markets, authoring the monthly Bloomberg Commodity Outlook and Bloomberg Crypto Outlook. Prior to joining Bloomberg, he was a head of U.S. research at ETF Securities. He also headed the commodity business at S&P Indices and was head of futures research at ABN Amro and VP research, analyst, trader, sales at Aubrey G. Lanston / IBJ Futures.

MDC’s state-of-the-art BIT Center explores the role of technology in digital transformation, process automation, and analytics in the ever-changing business landscape. The BIT Center is an initiative of MDC’s Miguel B. Fernandez Family School of Global Business, Trade & Transportation and offers various programs and courses in three core areas – marketing and digital marketing; banking and finance; and industry certifications.

WHAT:        MDC’s BIT Center Presents Webinar on Cryptocurrencies Trends + Bitcoin

WHEN:       Thursday, Sept. 30, noon – 1 p.m.

WHERE:     BIT Center, MDC Wolfson Campus

300 N.E. 2nd Ave, Building 2 / or join via Zoom

Register for the webinar at

For a complete list of BIT Center courses and events, visit

For more information about the BIT Center, please contact Chechu Lasheras at 305-297-5696,, or Max Ramirez