As a pice of popular wisdom goes, it’s never too late for expanding your horizons. It is even more applicable to new technologies, including blockchain and cryptocurrencies that are linked to it – all of which have been developing at an impressive speed. Those of you who feel like paying a visit to Warsaw and getting a solid piece of education at the same time, there is a three-day event, starting on 17 September, organised by Decentralized Solutions Academy in cooperation the Koźmiński University in Warsaw, to be held on 17, 19 and 21 September within its campus. Participants will receive an official certificate that may prove to be a springboard to a new career in the blockchain industry. Comparic.com and comparic.pl are a patron of that event.
Three days of studying and networking, twenty lectures and workshops revolving around blockchain, ICOs, cryptoeconomics, regulations, crypto-based products, capital raising and smart contracts at Koźmiński University – this is what is in store for participants of this event. The most important issues surrounding cryptocurrencies and tokens will be explored through dynamic and thought-provoking lectures and workshops covering topics such as how to raise capital using cryptocurrency, Proof of Work, Proof of Stake, and Proof of Believability, cryptocurrency trading, cryptocurrency mining, lessons learned from ICO’s, regulations and investor protection, cryptocurrency trading, as well as the existential risks the market faces today.
The list of speakers consists of a diverse mix of practitioners, such as Aaron Cunningham, Social and Community Manager at IOST (decentralized blockchain app platform), Tomasz Kozar, Cloud Technology Strategist at Microsoft. Under the patronage of Koźmiński University, the conference attendees will receive a certification from DS Academy that could help them in their career as blockchain experts.
“After the run-up of cryptocurrencies in 2017, there has been more hype around blockchain and other decentralized solutions than solid and science-based information. At Decentralized Solutions Academy, we aim to demystify the concept of blockchain, DLTs, and ICOs in order to accelerate and explore more realistic projects, rather than impractical ideas and marketing stunts.” says Ahmad Piraiee, the co-founder of DS Academy. “To make this happen, we partnered up with Koźmiński University, one of the top universities in Central and Eastern Europe, having the best academic approach to this topic.”
Decentralized Solutions Academy is powered by Blockchain Alliance, one of the leading organizers of blockchain-oriented events in Poland. It is the first educational institution in Poland to teach distributed ledger technology and alternative decentralized solutions, to address, in an academic approach, the challenges and opportunities blockchain technology presents.To find out more about Decentralized Solutions Academy and purchase your ticket, please visit dsacademy.io
About Decentralized Solutions Academy
Decentralized Solutions Academy is dedicated to providing comprehensive educational lectures and workshops in the rapidly growing decentralized solutions technology, blockchain and crypto asset markets.
The DS Academy team, led by industry veterans, has spent years working within the ecosystem of blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies before partnering up with Koźmiński University, to provide leading-edge educational solutions for practical implementation and commercial success.
About Koźmiński University
Koźmiński University (Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego) – a private, non-profit business school in Warsaw, Poland, is considered to be “Poland’s top-rated private university”. Established in 1993, it was named after Leon Koźmiński, a Polish professor of economics and entrepreneurship, and the father of Andrzej Koźmiński – the founder and the first rector of the school. It is one of the top business schools in the world, the Central Eastern campus of ESCP as of 2015, and the only institution of higher education in Poland holding the “triple crown accreditation (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB)”. Less than 1% of business education providers worldwide hold these three major international quality accreditations. The Financial Times named Koźmiński University one of the best business schools in Poland and Central Europe.