Tales from the Crypto
01 Apr 2022
Tales from the Crypto series poster by Amanda Schmidt
Cryptocurrency, ledgers, digital wallets, NFTs: Suddenly they’re everywhere. But for many of us, these terms and the technologies they stand for remain ciphers, shrouded in mystery. How do they work, and how are they affecting our world?
To help you penetrate the fog, the Center for Digital Learning is bringing together SUNY Geneseo faculty experts from multiple disciplines for two virtual sessions. Each will leave time for Q&A and discussion. Registration required.
Presenting…Tales from the Crypto
Tale I (April 8, 2:30 p.m.): “The Thing From the Blockchain!” A spinetingling introduction to blockchain, cryptographic authentication, and other technologies that have brought cryptocurrency to life, related by Prof. Doug Baldwin (Mathematics).
Tale II (April 13, 2:30 p.m.): “This Won’t Hurt a Bit!” A roundtable discussion on how the specter of cryptocurrency is haunting the financial world, politics, and the environment, featuring Profs. Karleen West (Political Science and International Relations), Chinmay Jain (School of Business), and Andrew Hart (Political Science and International Relations).
Questions? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.