Bitcoin Digital Currency for Beginners, Dr Nicolas T. Courtois (6-7.30pm)

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Malet Place Engineering Building, Room 1.20

Malet Place

London

WC1E 6BT

United Kingdom

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Due to the nature of digifest - venues may change - we would like to give anyone the opportunity to participate and may try and change venues to accommodate levels of interest. Therefore please be responsible about making unused tickets available. It is easy to manage your bookings - just log into Eventbrite - go to the My Tickets tab for your account and cancel, book or join a wait list for sessions. If we are not able to accommodate levels of interest we want to live web stream sessions - of you can not get tickets why not volunteer then you will get to see the session and help make it happen - help others watch on the share live web streaming sites we want to be running throughout the festival. Many thanks The digifest team
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Bitcoin Digital Currency for Beginners

Bitcoin is a peer to peer payment system which allows people to send money directly to each other without borders and without any intermediaries such as banks. During this session we will explain the basics of the digital currency revolution, explain how it works, explain the cryptography behind it, and help the students to get started with bitcoin on their laptops and mobile phones.

Please bring your own device with Internet connection (eduroam will be available).

Important Information for this session - BYOD - Bring Your Own Device

It would be helpful if people could bring a laptop or tablet so they can take part.


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About the session host
Dr Nicolas T. Courtois is a Senior Lecturer in Cryptology at the UCL Department of Computer Science. His interests include cryptology, Smart Cards, Cryptanalysis of Ciphers, and hacker attacks on hardware.


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Malet Place Engineering Building, Room 1.20

Malet Place

London

WC1E 6BT

United Kingdom

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Organiser UCL Digifest Monday: Online Activism | Digital Ethics | Privacy | Security #dfMon

Organiser of Bitcoin Digital Currency for Beginners, Dr Nicolas T. Courtois (6-7.30pm)

digifest is a lot of things; part unconference, part hackfest, part showcase, part online course, where we combine and deliver both a digital and physical experience to everyone involved.

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