The FinTech Center and Binance. US are joining forces to present a pilot project “HBCU Students Battle for the Cryptos” this fall semester. We encourage all HBCU students to participate.
Student participants will receive funds in a Binance. US® wallet* and use them to trade cryptocurrencies and compete for cash prizes. They will learn about cryptocurrency investing, trading, and portfolio management. First come first serve. Space is limited. Competition begins on September 14, 2020, and ends at midnight on November 8, 2020.
*Students will be required to provide identity and financial information to create a wallet in compliance with AML and KYC regulations.
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DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
Morgan State University (the University), and Morgan’s Center for the Study of Blockchain and Financial Technology (The Center) are not responsible for any losses incurred as a result of using any information provided during the HBCU Students Battle for the Cryptos on its website, in the Telegram group, or any social media outlets. Information provided is intended solely for informational and educational purposes.
- Absolutely none of the information provided is a recommendation to buy or sell any investment or asset, nor a guarantee of results. No guarantee of any kind is implied or possible where projections of future conditions are attempted. Past performance does not guarantee or predict future results.
None of the content published by The Center constitutes a recommendation or endorsement of any particular trading platform, cryptocurrency, portfolio of cryptocurrencies, transaction or investment strategy.
Investing in cryptocurrencies, ICOs, and any form of digital assets involves considerable risk and does NOT include guarantees of profit nor of avoiding losses. Hypothetical results have inherent limitations and are not predictive of actual success. The University and the Center make no representation that any trade will or is likely to achieve any profit at all.