• Schedule

    More to be released soon as speakers and dates are confirmed

    Wed 9/5: The Millionaires of Blockchain

    Meet some of the Biggest Names in Crypto on Campus

    6pm Hudson Hall 125
    Come introduce yourself! Our new exec team has all the answers to your questions about blockchain. What is it? How do I get involved? Isn't this a pyramid scheme? 

    Wed 9/19: Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency,
    and other Buzzwords

    6pm Social Psychology 130
    Come learn about cryptocurrencies, what makes bitcoin special, and how these technologies will make your self-driving car richer than you!
     
     

    Monday 9/24: Guest Speaker - Christian Crowley

    Data Science on the Ethereum Blockchain

    2pm Social Psychology 126

    The blockchain is quickly becoming one of the largest, transparent sources of data in the world. Duke Alumni, Christian Crowley is coming home, to explain how Alethio is revolutionizing the way that we explore, visualize, and forecast blockchain data and how this data can be used in the real world. If you're interested in learning more, check out this article and be sure to come out to hear Christian talk!

    Wed 9/26: Bitcoin is too Mainstream
    Other Cryptocurrencies for Millennials

    6pm Social Psychology 130
    Our experts are going to break down the top 3 alternatives to Bitcoin that are guaranteed to make you rich! We'll also educate you on altcoins, smart contracts, and privacy tokens.
     
     
     

    Wed 10/03: Po.et CEO Jarrod Dicker
    Managing Creative Content on the Blockchain

    6pm Social Psychology 130
    Po.et CEO Jarrod Dicker will come and give a presentation surrounding the company's mission and technology. Po.et is a digital rights management system designed for digital creative assets, such as music, videos, and articles. Click here for some slides on Po.et.

    Wed 10/10: Enigma

    Privacy and the Blockchain

    6pm Social Psychology 130
    Enigma is a protocol aimed at solving some fundamental issues with the current blockchain ecosystem. They are building a privacy solution to make blockchain technology usable for applications that require privacy, while also attempting to tackle the scalability problems with many blockchain solutions. More to come as the event approaches!
     
     
     
     

    Wed 10/17: Enigma

    Entrepreneurship, High-Frequency Trading, and Cryptocurrencies w/ William Tong

    6pm Social Psychology 130
    Sisyphus Assets is a multimillion asset manager and global market maker supported by proprietary algorithms, quantitative research, and high-frequency trading. Their Founder, current Duke senior William Tong, will be giving a presentation on the hedge fund industry, high-frequency trading, and cryptocurrencies, which will also serve as a recruiting opportunity for summer/semesterly quantitative internships. Please register at sisyphusassets.com/duke to participate.
  • House Course: Blockchain and Innovation (Spring 19)

    HOUSECS.59.05.F17

    What

    The Blockchain Lab is offering a formal House Course for Duke undergraduates. Focusing on blockchain technology, including an overview of cryptography, cryptocurrencies, and non-financial blockchain applications, the class hopes to educate and inspire students to explore this emerging technology.

    When

    TBD

    Who

    Student Instructors:

    TBD

    Faculty Sponsor:

    TBD

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