BLOCKCHAIN NIGHTS

Blockchain Nights on holid..ugh..lockdown!



We are patiently waiting for the pandemic to fade and use the time to regroup and work on some of our research projects. You wouldn't like our very special Nights to be just another virtual meeting, would you?

By the way, look forward to the 3rd Conference on Cryptocurrencies (CCConf 2021) from 16 to 17th of June co-organized by Humboldt University of Berlin!



See you all latest in fall 2021!

About the Blockchain Night Event Series


In a cross-disciplinary cooperation the
  • JP Private Equity (Hermann Elendner) and the
  • LvB Chair of Statistics (Wolfgang Härdle)
  • Institute for Economic Theory II (Macro; Michael Burda), the
  • Chair of Information Systems (Stefan Lessmann), and the
  • Chair of Computer Engineering (Björn Scheuermann)
are organising jointly with the
  • Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society (Research Group 17 - Martin Florian)
a monthly discussion series to foster a factual debate about Crypto-Currencies, Blockchain Technology, and Smart Contracts.

 

The aim of BlockChain Nights is to bring together students, researchers, and start-ups from Berlin's venture scene. The inter-disciplinary series addresses all interested in business, economics, or technology perspectives – theorists as well as practitioners.

Imprint/Impressum

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin
Germany
Phone: +49 30 2093 99430
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To contact the managing team: blockchain dot orga at lists dot hu-berlin dot de

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