Jack Tatar

Jack Tatar
Title: Managing Partner at Doyle Capital Management
Education: Stony Brook University, Pepperdine University
Location: Greater New York City area
Expertise: Bitcoin, Crytocurrency, Investing
  • Managing Partner with Doyle Capital Management, a venture fund that invests in the crypto-asset and blockchain sectors.
  • Co-author of one of the first books written about bitcoin, "What's the Deal with Bitcoins?"
  • One of the first financial professionals to receive certification in bitcoin and blockchain technology from the Digital Currency Council.


Jack Tatar has more than three decades worth of experience in the business world, focusing primarily on investing, cryptocurrency, and aiding the growth of technology companies. Before writing and editing about cryptocurrency and investing, Jack worked for Merrill Lynch as a licensed financial advisor and marketing executive. He is also recognized as a published author, specifically for his book, "What's the Deal with Bitcoins?," which is one of the first-ever books on cryptocurrency.

Jack currently serves as the managing partner of Doyle Capital Management, which invests in early-stage companies in the crypto-assets arena. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes where he edits the newsletter, "Forbes CryptoAsset & Blockchain Advisor."

In addition to his book about cryptocurrency, Jack has authored several books about retirement, including "Safe 4 Retirement: The 4 Keys to a Safe Retirement" and "Having the Talk: The Four Keys to Your Parents' Safe Retirement."


Jack Tatar has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Stony Brook University and a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University. He's also a Certified Digital Currency Professional through the Digital Currency Council.

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