This month, the Music Therapy Round Table is delighted to welcome two guests to our show: Judy Simpson and Dr. Dena Register. As the Director of Government Relations for the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA), Judy Simpson is the face of public policy for our profession as she works to represent our field and get it recognized at both the state and federal levels. Dr. Register is an associate professor of music therapy at the University of Kansas, where she teaches future music therapists and music educators. In addition, she serves as the Regulatory Affairs Advisor for the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT).
Dena and Judy have joined us to help celebrate the 2nd annual Social Media Advocacy Month project. Throughout January, over two dozen bloggers and podcasters are working to increase the visibility of music therapy and to get other music therapists excited about advocacy.
Before you start to trade cryptocurrencies, you should be well aware of certain facts.
- If you are a beginner then start trading with companies that have a good reputation and those that offer an exchange and a wallet
- You should start with trading the prominent coins only like Ethereum and Bitcoin.
You could start trading on the popular websites that let you trade cryptocurrencies. The services that you should look out for are a wallet for the coin that you wish to trade in and a currency exchange.
To start with you should buy a cryptocurrency like say Bitcoin? After that, you can trade the currency for crypto like USD for crypto on another exchange. Once done you can do a Bitcoin or Ethereum trade for other cryptocurrencies. You can then move to trading crypto-pairs but understand this blog that even though more rewarding it is also riskier.
In episode 25 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we will discuss advocacy, the joint AMTA/CBMT State Recognition Operational Plan, and more more with Dena and Judy.
Items mentioned in the episode
- [RESOURCE] LiveBinders
- [ANNOUNCEMENT] What is your Advocacy Personality?
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