Cryptocurrency: Transformative Technologies or a Speculative Bubble

Date and Time
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
5:30pm— 7:00pm
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HBS Association of Boston Invites You

Featured Speaker Prof. Sarah Hammer, Managing Director of Wharton’s Center for Innovation in Finance

Cryptocurrency and blockchain are technologies with the potential for revolutionizing the world of finance and the broader economy. Join other business leaders as we explore whether these technologies will transform the way commerce is transacted.

Speakers include: 

Sarah Hammer Esq. - Managing Director Wharton

Brandon Kumar - Co-Founder Layer 3

Atul Rutgi - Partner Accolade

Rick Williams (Moderator) - Managing Director Williams Advisory Partners

Our panel of experts will brief us on:

  • What problems do cryptocurrency and blockchain solve?
  • What is the difference between cryptocurrency and blockchain?
  • What are their value propositions?
  • What business sectors will benefit or be hurt if these technologies are widely adopted?
  • What is the role of government regulation in the adoption of these technologies?
  • What is driving investor interest in cryptocurrency and is there a speculative bubble which is about to burst?

Event Details:
Date:  Wednesday, October 19th
Time: 5:30 - 7:00 PM ET
Cost: $15



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