There’s a lot of excitement, and confusion, around digital currencies. Join our cryptocurrency expert Jeremy Clark as he cracks the crypto code and demystifies Bitcoin and the world of blockchain technology.
Thursday, February 22, 2018
5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
York Theatre, EV 1.605
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex
1515 Ste. Catherine St. W., Montreal
Cryptocurrencies made big waves in 2017. Bitcoin's value rose more than 1000 per cent and other digital currencies saw even bigger gains. But is it just a bubble as critics say, or is there something revolutionary happening?
Find out if the future of money is digital and what you need to know if you’re thinking about investing.
After his presentation, Clark will be joined by CBC journalist Sudha Krishnan for a lively discussion and Q&A.
A reception will follow outside The Faculty of Fine Arts Gallery (FOFA).
Jeremy Clark is an assistant professor at the Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering. His research is focused on helping everyday users maintain their security and privacy on the web. This includes the use and regulation of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
With the recent surge in Bitcoin’s value, the Canadian government is rethinking current regulations to limit criminal activity associated with use of cryptocurrencies. Jeremy Clark has been featured in several media reports, including a segment on CBC Radio One that was heard across Canada, sharing his expertise on digital currencies.
Sudha Krishnan, BA 99 (Journalism), is a CBC Montreal producer, reporter and anchor who works on CBC News Late Night and fills in on the anchor desk. You can hear her every Saturday morning reading the news on CBC Radio One. Her passion is diversity reporting and focusing on visible minority women.