“Blockchain 101” with Professor Jan Liphardt

“Blockchain 101” with Professor Jan Liphardt from Stanford

What is “Proof of Work”? What is “Proof of Stake”? What is a “51% attack”? “Why are blockchains hard to scale?” Please join us for an interactive virtual brown bag lunch with Professor Liphardt as he graciously helps us demystify the workings of today’s public blockchains.

Professor Liphardt has a physics background and is interested in the intersection of data and health. At Stanford, he teaches a class on blockchains and distributed trust, and he is the founder of the Stanford Distributed Trust Initiative (https://cryptolab.stanford.edu)

When: 2/25 12pm Hong Kong Time
Where: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83057750567?pwd=ZFQzV21XMGs3Tm9XNTVMSDhhR1A0dz09
Meeting ID: 830 5775 0567
Passcode: 015403

Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZctcu6vqzsvHNO89PlMOOSpY5CW6jlDS3pa

Please direct questions to alexleung@gmail.com, kendrick.kwok@gmail.com, angieyao1@gmail.com

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