Yearly Archives: 2018

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Morgan State’s first blockchain course finds use cases on campus

2019-09-12T17:46:17-04:00

On Wednesday nights during the fall semester, students at Morgan State University got lessons on cryptocurrency from team members at New York–based ConsenSys , purchased ether and devised dApps. It was all part of the first-ever blockchain course held at the Baltimore HBCU. The course brought together academia and industry, as a final pitch event to close out the class last week showed. Along with team members from ConsenSys, a representative from payment protocol Ripple sat alongside university leaders such as Associate Dean Ali Emdad of Morgan’s School of Business and Management. Growing out of interest through a blockchain club and panel discussion, Baltimore technologist Yaya Fanusie proposed the course [...]

Morgan State’s first blockchain course finds use cases on campus2019-09-12T17:46:17-04:00

Cryptoeconomic and Blockchain Panel Discussion

2019-09-30T09:47:01-04:00

Morgan State University, March 1, 2018 A panel of national experts presented various perspectives on cryptocurrencies and their underlying technology, the blockchain. The panelists included Aram Barnett, CEO of Alluninate.io; Ms, Portia Burton, blockchain developer; Matthew Green, co-developer of Zerocash and Zerocoin and Johns Hopkins Professor of Computer Science. Yaya Fanusie, a Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, moderated the panel discussion. According to Dr. Fikru Boghossian, Dean of the Graves School of Business and Management, “One of our objectives is to help Morgan’s faculty integrate aspects of this new technology [...]

Cryptoeconomic and Blockchain Panel Discussion2019-09-30T09:47:01-04:00