Cryptocurrency … what is it, how does it work?

The Montbéliard Science Bar is an initiative that allows people to talk about science by encouraging encounters between researchers, citizens, industrialists and activists. A science bar is not a conference but a seamless dialogue, a free and respectful debate, a time during which everyone can express their certainties, their questions, their fears, their hopes, their anger… The idea is valid, at any point the view is interesting in mutual respect.

The next Science Bar will take place on Thursday, April 7, 2022 at 8:00 pm at the Hotel Bristol in Montbéliard, on the topic “Cryptocurrency … what is it, how does it work?” » With Odile Lacomsky-Laguerre (Crisse Laboratory; Jules Verne University of Picardy).

Humanity naturally changed from barter to currency millennia ago. Our current currencies, the franc, the euro, the dollar… are the means of payment; These are units that allow the value of goods, goods and services to be measured. These currencies are a store of value for us. Everything was going on like this for centuries but recently, we are hearing about virtual currencies…bit coin…tula… diam, Facebook’s new currency…they are called “cryptocurrencies”. is … but what is it? how it works ? Who sets the curriculum? Is it anonymous? Is it risky? Questions abound … the evening for beginners will be simple, explanatory, even and above all!

Info > www.pavillon-sciences.com

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