Uncensored: Benzinga Hosts Epic LIV Afterparty With Rick Ross, Ric Flair And Mike Tyson

That was the best night ever!

That’s what many said coming away from an April 21 afterparty that marked the end of Benzinga’s Psychedelics and Cannabis Capital conferences.

Hosted at Groot Hospitality and David Grutman’s LIV Nightclub, which is inside of the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach, owned by members of the Soffer family, Benzinga’s afterparty saw founder and CEO Jason Raznick chat it up with wrestler Ric Flair, boxer Mike Tyson and rapper Rick Ross, who sang live.

Here’s the scoop on why this party was memorable and how you may partake in an even bigger one next time.

A Meeting Of Leaders: Benzinga hosts live conferences several times a year to recognize disruptive innovation in finance and technology, trading and emerging assets.

After a pandemic hiatus, two of those occurred last week, in person; Benzinga’s Psychedelics and Cannabis Capital conference offered event participants — founders and investors — a friendly environment to learn and network.

In attendance were the likes of Canadian businessman and investor Kevin O’Leary, portfolio manager Tim Seymour, NBA player Lamar Odom, Tyson 2.0’s Mike Tyson and Ric Flair, among many more.

Raznick, who launched Benzinga.com in 2010 and recetnly sold a majority stake to Beringer Capital, kicked off the conferences alongside O’Leary.

Photo: Benzinga CEO Jason Raznick, left, and "Shark Tank" judge Kevin O'Leary at the Benzinga Psychedelics Capital Conference Tuesday at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach, Florida. …

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