Bitcoin for Beginners
Wednesday, December 18, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)
Are you curious to learn more about Bitcoin?
We'll answer the following questions and more:
--What are the risks and benefits of this emerging technology?
--How can you use it?
--How can you invest with it?
--How can your business use it?
In this 2+ hour presentation, we'll go over the history, technology, finances and answer your questions about Bitcoin and related technology. We'll provide a live demonstration of a bitcoin transaction and show how the transaction happens.
Please create a free account/bitcoin wallet at Local Bitcoins prior to attending this class.
Contact Darrell at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. If you can't make this class, don't worry, there will be many more happening. See our full list of events at http://bitcoindc.com
Also, if you sign up and for any reason can't attend, your registration can be used for any future Bitcoin for Beginners class I offer, and I will send you the slides after the class happens that you registered for.
When & Where
Darrell Duane learned about Bitcoins in 2010 and became fascinated
with the possibilities of this open source, non-centrally issued
cryptocurrency. He leads the local Bitcoin Users Group for
Washington, DC. In addition to working as a Bitcoin Consultant,
Darrell works as a freelance Drupal Web developer and has experience
as a software developer in the credit card and internet security
industries. Darrell holds a Master of Science in Electrical
Engineering from George Mason University.