Cryptocurrency: What you need to know about the Blockchain tech revolutionizing global finance

Jan 24, 2018 18:00 - 22:00 CET
iac Berlin, Linienstraße 65A, 10119 Berlin, Germany

During the first week of 2018, Cryptocurrency total market cap came to an all time high of $650 billion. The frenzy surrounding digital currencies grows daily as each digital currency continues to break investment value records.

Long considered a trend by the tech elite, the raising value of cryptocurrency in recent months exhibits both the growth and validation of a new currency market.

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and its blockchain transactional foundation are instant and irreversible financial transactions. It is censorship resistant, therefore spawning interest from global investors, tech enthusiast, and criminals. As the global news cycles continues to report on the growth and impact of cryptocurrency - join us in an discussion on how cryptocurrency have impact both the financial market and your life,  as an investor or not.

Please join us on January 24th, for an be informative presentation and Q&A with a subject matter expert on bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Our speaker will be Rhian Lewis - a former journalist turned software developer, who advises companies on blockchain tech and software. As the co-founder of, the leader of London Women in Bitcoin, and an expert on smart contracts using Ethereum blockchain, Lewis has spent the last five years developing and advising in the area of blockchain and cryptocurrency. Lewis will lead this dynamic dialogue on cryptocurrency and its impact on both the citizens and economic markets of Europe and the US.

Doors will open at 18:00 and the presentation will begin at 18:30. Drinks and food will be served.

This event is sponsored by the Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association (RBFAA), a vibrant professional network through which alumni of the Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program stay informed on issues relevant to transatlantic relations within the United States, Germany and the greater European Union.

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