Presentation Date: Monday, March 27
Professor Lamont Black of DePaul University is a recognized expert in cryptocurrency, blockchain, data analytics and new trends in the financial system. He regularly speaks to a wide range of audiences at conferences and the media to discuss cryptocurrency and the growing role of technology in finance. In this session, you will learn about these emerging trends in terms that everyone can understand. Professor Black, who spent 8 years working for the Federal Reserve in Washington DC, provides insights into the history of money and why the use of digital wallets to store and send digital assets could be the next wave of innovation. In addition, you will learn about decentralized finance (DeFi) and why credit unions should be exploring blockchain as a platform for traditional lending like auto loans. Lastly, you will be invited to step into the metaverse and consider the future of digital engagement for members of the next generation.
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