Cryptocurrencies: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Bill Wagner

10/27/2022
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7:30 pm - 8:30 pm ET
Online only
Cost: Free
 

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The amount of information out there today about cryptocurrencies can be overwhelming.  In this webinar, we will give some basic background about how cryptocurrencies work with an overview of the blockchain technology that underlies them all.  With this knowledge, we can then begin to learn how to analyze some of the crypto assets out there to better identify the "blue chips" from this emerging sector of financial markets.

Dr. Wagner has been a professor of information systems at Villanova University since 1991. While at Villanova he has co-authored four books and over 35 journal articles in various IT- related fields. In 2019 he co-authored the first college textbook on Blockchain which is currently being used by schools and universities around the world.  He is also a founding member (2019) of the Tomorrow Fund, one of the first investment funds to focus on Web 3.0 startups.
 


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