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Wednesday, November 19 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies – The Decentralized Revolution LIMITED

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Bitcoin is the most disruptive technology since the Internet. Its decentralized nature is revolutionizing global finance, security, and commerce and is making its way into large retailers and thousands of small businesses around the world. Not controlled by any government or central bank, bitcoin is the currency of the Internet.
Get the slide deck: https://www.bunkr.me/pcc5081/bitcoin-and-cryptocurrencies-the-decentralized-revolution

Moderators
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Robert Macy

Clinical Associate Professor, Management and Organization, Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship (FCFE), Smeal College of Business, Penn State
Clinical Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Director of the Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation & Entrepreneurship | Smeal College of Business Dr. Macy's research is largely focused on the strategic management of intellectual capital and the use of knowledge and knowledge workers to facilitate innovation. He has examined the strategic value in the aligning of knowledge worker stocks and flows with the velocity of task... Read More →

Speakers
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Patrick Cines

President, Penn State University Bitcoin Club
Patrick is currently a sophomore majoring in Marketing in the Smeal College of Business. In January 2014, he co-founded the Penn State University Bitcoin Club with goals to educate fellow students and the public about the advantages of bitcoin over traditional currency, help small businesses integrate bitcoin for payments, and promote bitcoin for philanthropic purposes. Shortly after, he was brought on as the Director of Mid-Atlantic Relations... Read More →



Wednesday November 19, 2014 6:00pm - 7:00pm
110 Smeal Auditorium