Monthly Clubhouse Q&A With CEO + Kash DeFi Social Media Links

Kash Team
2 min readJul 27, 2021


At Intellabridge, we want to be a transparent, trustworthy company that you can rely on with your hard earned savings. We recognize that we’re new, and trust takes time to develop. That’s why we’re proud to announce a monthly open Q&A session with our CEO, John Eagleton, on Clubhouse!

These Q&A sessions happen the first Monday of every month at 12pm EST.

During these sessions, our CEO will answer ANY question from the crowd for an hour. Whether it’s current Kash users, prospective users, shareholders, or anyone else, feel free to join in.

Have a suggestion about the Kash product? Have a complaint about your experience? Want to partner with our company? Want to ask critical questions about our financials? Or perhaps you just want to share a story of how Kash has helped you out. We’re open to talking about….anything actually! We will also be giving company updates on these calls so you can learn more about what we’re up to and what cool features we are working on.

Our first session starts Monday, August 2nd. You can join the link here —

If you do NOT have a Clubhouse account, then you can listen in and ask questions via our Discord group!

In addition, we know many of you want to join the beta! While we’re releasing it in waves, you can join our Discord server and learn about the ongoing experience from current beta users there. You can also talk about Kash, ask questions to our community members, make recommendations, or just hang out in our lounge. Additionally, our Discord server will show a live view of our product roadmap for reference, which we will update real-time.

You’ll find a complete list of our social presences below:




Reddit: or (both are unofficial and not owned by us, but we’re aware of them!)


Telegram (news updates):


Twitter Africa:

Twitter Turkey:



Kash Team

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