Blockchain Program (Part 5): Etherium’s Joseph Lubin on Energy Consumption

The program will begin with a fireside chat with Ethereum Co-Founder Joseph Lubin and Michael Casey, MIT Digital Currency Labs and Chair of the CoinDesk Advisory Board, including a discussion of the World Food Program’s Ethereum-based refugee food distribution project. A panel will follow addressing the broad applications of blockchain technology and its transformative potential, and exploring cases and existing projects that utilize decentralized economic models. The program will provide a balanced perspective on the potential and pitfalls of the technology and the future of crypto investment. Sponsorship for this program has been generously provided by ING, at the leading edge of blockchain technology.

The event marks the launch of Casey and Vigna’s new book, The Truth Machine: The Blockchain and the Future of Everything. Program will be followed by Q&A, book signing and a reception. $50 general admission; MoAF members free. Reservations are required. Doors open at 5:15pm.
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About the Speakers
Gerald Walker, CEO, ING Americas
Panelists include:
Cameron Winklevoss, President, Gemini
Tyler Winklevoss, CEO, Gemini
Joshua Brown, CEO, Ritholtz Wealth Management
Paul Vigna (moderator), Reporter, The Wall Street Journal

About the Museum
The Museum of American Finance is the nation’s only independent museum dedicated to preserving, exhibiting and teaching about American finance and financial history. Housed in an historic bank building on Wall Street, the Museum’s magnificent grand mezzanine banking hall provides an ideal setting for permanent exhibits on the financial markets, money, banking, entrepreneurship and Alexander Hamilton.

The Museum is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) Smithsonian affiliate creating non-ideological presentations and programs for purposes of education and general public awareness. Financial education is at the core of the Museum’s mission, seeking to promote lifelong learning and inquiry.

As a chronicler of American financial achievement and development, the Museum seeks to play a special role as a guardian of America’s collective financial memory, as well as a presenter and interpreter of current financial issues, thereby connecting the past with the present while serving as a guide for the future.

48 Wall Street | New York, NY 10005
Tel: 212.908.4110

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