The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast is a podcast of the Jamaica Stock Exchange helping its listeners to demystify the capital market.
It's The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast, and I am your host Heneka Watkis-Porter. From banking under the mattress, to banking on Lynk, surely we have come a far way when it comes to handling our money.
Today, we are making the link between Jamaica's Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and Lynk. Lynk is currently the only approved wallet provider of the BOJ's CBDC and is available through the National Commercial Bank (NCB). Today, Kemoi Burke, Brand & Communications Manager, Lynk will take us through this final episode in Season 5 of the Jamaica Stock Exchange and You podcast.
Some of what we looked at were:
And lots more.
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It has certainly been my pleasure hosting this podcast for yet another season...so many learnings all while having fun. I look forward to being back pretty quickly with season 6.
The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You is produced by Heneka Watkis-Porter of The Entrepreneurial You podcast and now TV show. You can find out more at henekawatkisporter.com to hear leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from guests like Zachary Harding, Les Brown, Richard Branson, Marcia Forbes, Seth Godin and more. I am also on social media at Heneka Watkis-Porter. That’s all for now, see you next week! Remember, as Warren Buffet says, "Rule number one: Don’t lose money. Rule number two: Don’t forget rule number one.”--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jamstockexpodcast/message
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