Klever Insight is the gig you always wanted to attend
Our video and live broadcasts with awesome and important guests is your ticket to the financial education you've been seeking
“If you think education is expensive, try ignorance”.
For me, this sums up everything I believe about investing in education and its power to change the world. When you have absolutely no idea of what your rights are or what you can do with them, you don’t go far.
Moreover, this limit that prevents us from moving forward has a high price - a price that will affect not only your life but society as well.
Years and years of poor financial education or limited access to privileged information has made a lot of people incapable of moving forward and having a better life.
Some of them don’t even know what their taxes are, why you should have emergency savings, and what is a country’s GDP.
Misha Lederman, Klever's spokesperson, and Director of Communications asks an important question when discussing Financial Education in his series of videos:
“Have schools ever been part of your financial education?”
Yeah. You already know the answer.
With modern technology and globalization in general, this scenario has run its course. You will always have access to key financial information with Klever.
By creating our Klever Insight series, for instance, we hoped to spur open dialogues and useful conversations that would help our audiences learn more about the latest crypto projects and how the current situation might lead us to greater things.
Our KleverLives, for example, are hosted by Misha Lederman who receives guests related to Klever's projects, our partnerships, and market specialists. He also records the video series called “Klever Insights” where Klever shares tips, knowledge, and, of course, insights into the crypto-verse.
The show needed to go on
After the start of Covid-19 pandemics, a lot of modifications to our modern life were almost forced on us. Some of them for good and some of them for bad.
Regardless of their essence, we had to adapt.
It is also true that sometimes those changes led to the improvement of things that we didn't even expect to be so much cooler in the end.
One of them was the live broadcasts - from podcasts to events, we needed the show to go on and the internet was going to be the stage for this. A habit that was for many considered boring and less important became something important and even enjoyable.
I remember at the beginning of the pandemics, there was a Brazilian conference about technology, ESG (environmental, social, and governance) topics, and investment that I really wanted to watch.
Those conferences were always held in Sao Paulo, the biggest urban center in Brazil, and, usually, I wouldn’t be able to attend because of flying ticket prices, hotel fees, etc. But, with 2020 a plot twist nobody expected came out and the conference was held completely online.
With that, I got to watch Malala Yousafzai, Adena Friedman (Nasdaq’s President), Tony Blair (former England’s prime minister), Ray Dalio (legendary hedge fund manager), and even Magic Johnson (needs no introduction)!
They spoke about important issues, each in their respective area of expertise, and all viewers across Brazil - and the world - were able to watch it live online by simply subscribing to the event landing page.
The way this impacted my vision of online broadcasting was a game-changer. Guess what else has changed in my life with this technological advancement? Working.
Of course, Klever has been 100% remote from its beginning. While many were doubtful and even against remotely-based work, Klever didn’t need a global tragedy to help them think ahead: they already did it, with no problems and no need for adaptation.
Our company already knows that in order for information to reach and touch everyone’s lives, it needs to be as democratic as possible, giving everyone the opportunity to improve themselves and to acquire more knowledge.
Klever Live is the mainstage
Klever Live is a project that's been in the works for a long time. AMAs, Twitter Spaces, and other live broadcasts were already a part of our lives before - this was just about taking it a step further.
With this initiative, we combined two pillars that Klever views as fundamental to our business: knowledge dissemination and transparency.
Klever's main objective is to have an open dialogue with the greatest minds involved, partnered, or linked in the same universe as Klever.
As the show not only must go on but has to evolve with impact, Lederman conducts as the lead singer that lets everyone else in the band have their moment to shine.
Throughout Klever Live, we already received members of Klever’s board of directors and head to important projects as well as awesome partners involved in our ecosystem such as Devikins’ CEO, Sergio Nunes, and Nimrod Lehavi, CEO of Simplex.
Even though our previous broadcasts were already incredible, I can already assure you that it really is just the beginning.
As I said before, our goal is to get the masters of the game and put them right “in front of” you, the audience, so you can participate and engage in conversations that, if it was depending on our competitors, you’d rarely have the chance to be a part of.
As I'm doing with my awesome job and in the great events we've been watching as a consequence of a worldwide tragedy, be Klever and do the same. Take advantage of this opportunity to share your thoughts, ask questions, and follow our live broadcasts whenever you can.
It's the main stage of the concert you have always dreamed of going to, but never thought it would be possible to attend.
It is the world's most anticipated concert that no one should miss with the singer and the band aligned. Our music is made for you, our Klever users, and our audience.
Watch our Klever Live series and follow us on Youtube. By activating the notification’s bell, you will not miss any of our ‘concerts’.
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