Long Island City, NY, March 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Cryptocurrency Standards Association (CRYPSA), in partnership with LaGuardia Community College and The City University of New York, presents a provoking half-day workshop for enthusiasts of Bitcoin and alternative cryptocurrencies.
Gain expert insight. Get up to date on the latest developments. Mingle with experts and entrepreneurs. It’s academic workshop in Queens NY.
Seating is limited. Attendance is free with advance registration.
Presenters have credentials and background that cover the gamut of new age currency:
• Blockchain Evolution
• Legislative Climate
• Social & Political Change
• Banking & Commerce
• Criminal Activity
Scheduled speakers include:
- Keynote: Andreas M. Antonopoulos will address the workshop via Skype
More than any other individual, he is the international face of Bitcoin
- Alex Palantzas, Business Developer for The Bitcoin Center
- Steven Sprague, CEO of Rivetz Corp
- Aidan Doyle, CEO of Bellwether Capital
- Gitai Zakh, Founder of Israel’s Bitcoin EmBassy
- Andrew Filipowski, Exec Chairman, Silk Road Equity
- Philip Raymond & Manuel Perez, CRYPSA Co-chairs
LaGuardia Community College hosts over 48,000 students from more than 150 countries each year. Adult and continuing education programs are strong with 70% of students enrolled in business and professional programs.
Our mission is to educate and graduate the most diverse student population in the country—to become critical thinkers and socially responsible citizens, helping to shape a rapidly evolving society.
The Cryptocurrency Standards Association member-driven community brings safety and security to new age currency.
Advocating a voluntary, but verifiable layer of safety protocols, compliant parties and transactions will enjoy the same privileges and protections associated with a credit card, check or other bank-brokered transaction. Bitcoin needn’t be just for geeks, charlatans or the very brave. CRYPSA makes Bitcoin safe for the rest of us.