Blockchain Series Part III : How to create and use a crypto wallet?
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Blockchain is a technology that is permeating key industries in today’s life. Show me the money is more than a trite cliché. Most people associate blockchain with cryptocurrencies Now that you’ve learned about the mechanics of Blockchain, its time to show you the money. In the Blockchain Part III: How to create and use a crypto wallet? We will discuss is crypto currency here to stay. Is Bitcoin finally an investment? We will even teach you how you can use blockchain technology in your life by learning how to create a cryptocurrency wallet, do your first transaction and best practices
Join us on March 23rd from 6-8pm EST and learn first hand what Blockchain is, the myth, the truth and what is possible to do with this technology.
This is a three part seminar that offers the basic framework for real knowledge. For Blockchain:
- Part I: January 26th – So you think you know blockchain?
- Part II: February 23rd – Blockchain in your everyday life
- Part III: March 23rd – How to create and use a crypto wallet?
James LoperfidoDirector of Business Development - Tangem AG
Startup generalist and proponent of decentralization and self-sovereign identity. James has worked in the defi/crypto space since 2018 with a focus on CBDC, first layer protocols, and payments. He received a Bachelors of Science from the Villanova School of Business in Finance and Economics and bridges the gaps between traditional finance and web 3.0. He currently serves as Director of Business Development at Tangem, a hardware wallet and chip manufacturer based in Switzerland.