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.

The National FinTech Center is creating a National Resume Database of HBCU students interested in careers in Blockchain and FinTech to be shared with the conference sponsors.

Submit your resumes here.

The National FinTech Center at Morgan is a Center of Excellence and the hub of the HBCU Blockchain and FinTech Network that actively engages faculty and students at all HBCUs for research, curriculum, and education in Blockchain and FinTech. We support faculty and students at all HBCUs to develop their skills in various areas of FinTech including blockchain, cryptocurrencies, cryptoeconomics, cybersecurity, payment systems, entrepreneurship and related areas. The only national conference that focuses on frontier research and innovative educational projects conducted by the faculty and students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

Sponsors 2021