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Welcome to UW Blockchain Society! We are a tri-campus organization that aims to provide blockchain education to the masses.
At its most basic level, blockchain is literally just a chain of blocks. These blocks hold data and are linked to each other. The 'block' of data is stored on the 'chain'; which is a public database. Some features of the blockchain include immutability, transparency, and more!
A cryptocurrency is a digital currency that uses secure methods of cryptography. They are difficult to change or counterfeit because of this security feature. Cryptocurrencies are usually built on blockchain technology.
We are a tri-campus organization that aims to educate the masses on all things blockchain. Our members are involved in conferences, educational events, programming and more. We provide the best education, mentorship, career tracking and more to our hundreds of members.
Composed of students from all three UW Campuses, the Blockchain Society at UW unites students with a common interest across the three campuses. A tri-campus organization is a new breed for student clubs. Utilizing the resources and students across all three UW campuses we aim to revolutionize blockchain education.
Our primary mission is to provide students with education, community, and opportunties within the field of blockchain. Our club is looking to recruit UW students who are engaged, dedicated, and creative to join our team. We also rely on our sponsors to support our organization. Please select your role below to fill out a registration form. Thank you for being a part of our mission!Students Sponsors
Our annual kickoff meeting, WTF is Blockchain, will be held Saturday, October 9th from 4:30pm - 6:00pm at Savery Hall, room 260. This event is taking place on the UW Seattle campus, but it is a tri-campus event. We also welcome sponsors, faculty, and anoyone interested in blockchain to attend. Please be ready to show proof of vaccination at the door and remember that masks are required at all times during the event. We will feature introductions, a presentation, two alumni as guest speakers, and networking opportunities at the end.
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