Latest Past Events

National HBCU Blockchain and FinTech Conference 2021

The Annual National HBCU Blockchain Research and Innovation Conference is the FinTech Center’s premier event for connecting with university leaders, faculty and students discussing today's challenges and opportunities, and shaping the future of FinTech education and research. The Annual National HBCU Blockchain Research and Innovation Conference, November 12-13, 2021 will provide a forum for the faculty, students, and administrators in the FinTech Center’s HBCU Consortium to hear and discuss the findings of sponsored research and outcomes of sponsored innovative blockchain projects at various HBCUs. Registration is open. 

NFTs – The Tokenized Future of Assets

“Blockchain901 is a technology nonprofit that promotes the adoption of blockchain and emerging technologies through education, collaboration, and networking opportunities.” Justin has over 30 years of experience as an IT Solution Developer/Integrator. He is a  Certified Blockchain Solution Architect as well as a Certified Blockchain Consultant and is the founder of Omnionix, Inc,  a blockchain solution consultancy and development company. Justin is also the Memphis Chapter Chair of BUiLT, International Inc. (Blacks United in Leading Technology). Justin has been involved in Blockchain & Crypto since 2014. Register in Advance 

Morgan State University Faculty Curriculum Development Integrating Blockchain into Your Courses

The FinTech Center at Morgan State University is pleased to OFFER FINANCIAL INCENTIVES to Morgan State University’s faculty for innovative course modifications to integrate Blockchain into existing courses. To learn how Blockchain could relate to your discipline, join us for an interactive workshop, for faculty of all disciplines, that will raise awareness of use cases for Blockchain and how the technology is transforming every industry. Morgan State University’s own Dr. Dessa David dives deep into Blockchain basics and answers the infamous question: what is blockchain and why we need to pay attention to it. Dessa J. David, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information [...]