Blockchain Webinar Series
The Department of Computer Science and the Blockchain Initiative are proud to announce the Blockchain Webinar Series. As a complement to the Blocksburg Summit, the Webinar Series will bring together thought leaders from blockchain to discuss the ways this emergent technology presents opportunities and challenges for commercial enterprises, government, research, and education. The Webinar Series will provide speakers with a platform to think about the future of blockchain technology and present their strategies for success.
Webinars will occur every month, during a weekday lunchtime, and are free to all participants.
In the first of two November webinars we are joined by Pamela Clegg of CipherTrace. Pamela will discuss the ways that blockchains and cryptocurrencies can facilitate tracing cyber crimes and ransom payouts. She will also discuss the ways that CipherTrace operates when tracking financial transactions and examine several case studies from their recent Anti-Money Laundering Report.
January 27, 2021
Alex Wilson and Pat Duffy, Co-founders - The Giving Block
In our January webinar we will chat with the co-founders of The Giving Block, a company that makes it easy for nonprofits to accept cryptocurrency donations. Alex and Pat will discuss the importance of cryptocurrency donations to the nonprofit sector, the intersection of philanthropy and blockchain, and the origins of their company.
December 2, 2020
Aaron Krowne, Attorney - Krowne Law