The Decentralized Chapters Community, Is Proud to Support Block.co’s Educational Webinar
19 May 2020
Due to the COVID-19 crisis many industries as well as companies come across with the problem of remote working and social distancing. Remote learning tools are now a necessity for all educational institutions, especially during this period when most of the universities are close to their graduation ceremonies. What are the measures taken from institutions and how can Block.co’s solution help? This webcast is a great opportunity for all people working in the educational sector as well as for everyone interested in innovative solutions aiding social distancing norms.
Participants were able to raise questions 🙋🏽 🙋🏽♂️ in the chat and interact with our guests as time allowed. People that attended will also be provided with a self-verifiable digital certificate 📑 anchored on the ₿itcoin blockchain, as proof of attendance 🗸🗸🗸 to this expert panel. For upcoming webinars and webcasts by Block.co check this page: https://block.co/webinars/
Maria Papadaki has more than 10 years of experience in Risk Management from both academia and industry. She has trained more than 300 people in Supply Chain Risk Management. Currently, Maria is the Managing Director at the BUiD Dubai Center for Risk and Innovation. George Giaglis has been involved with cryptocurrencies and blockchain since 2012. He also has helped set up the world’s first academic degree on blockchain, MSc in Digital Currency.
Professor Giaglis is currently the head of the Institute For the Future (IFF). Catalina Castro educates people on social media about blockchain technology & cryptocurrencies in both English and Spanish. She has her own educational YouTube channel “Tech con Catalina” and also creates educational content for crypto companies.
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