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Erin Benson

Erin Benson

Erin joined Bulldog Media Group as an Account Representative where she will use her passion and drive to work with our established network of partners, as well as seek out new clients. Erin’s background provides her with the experience to listen attentively and respond effectively to our client’s needs.

  1. Capital One Makes it Easier than Ever to Start Building Your Credit

    Capital One Makes it Easier than Ever to Start Building Your Credit

    Capital One just launched two brand new student credit cards just in time for kids that are heading off to school. For those of you that are looking to get a credit card for the very first time, there are several factors that you should look at and decide what is most important to you and fits your financial needs the best.

  2. What is Blockchain?

    What is Blockchain?

    Blockchain has been around since the early 1990’s, so why has no one heard of it until recently? That is all thanks to Bitcoin.

  3. Crypto Credit Cards

    Crypto Credit Cards

    As of 2021, there is an estimated 2.8% global cryptocurrency ownership rate with 200 million crypto users worldwide. Cryptocurrency has been gaining popularity since the late 2010’s and does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

  4. Crypto Investing Apps

    Crypto Investing Apps

    Investing can always be risky, but investing into a decentralized digital currency takes risky to a whole new level. Right now, more than 10,000 different Cryptocurrencies are traded publicly. The total value of all Cryptocurrencies in May was more than $1.7 trillion, which is actually down from April where the market topped $2 trillion in value for the first time.

  5. What is Cryptocurrency?

    What is Cryptocurrency?

    Cryptocurrency or “Crypto” is a digital currency that can be used to buy goods and services. It uses an online ledger with strong cryptography to secure online transactions.


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