Press Release

Facebook Libra – What is it and Why is it Important (Online Workshop by Freddy Zwanzger, Anyblock Analytics)

In this workshop you will learn about the numerous aspects surrounding the Facebook Libra project and why it is still making headlines around the world.

But most importantly, in this interactive workshop you can ask your questions about it and we’ll discuss what is most interesting to you!

Topics of discussion include:

  • What is the business motivation of Facebook and its partners?
  • How was the international reaction and does it accelerate shifts of power
  • What are the differences between crypto currency, stable coins and CDBCs?
  • Why do they plan to use a private blockchain?
  • Are wallets as important now as internet browsers were in the 1990s/2000s?
  • Is Libra good for the blockchain space as a whole or the end of it?

TOPIC

Facebook Libra – What is it and Why is it Important [Online Workshop]

SPEAKER

Freddy Zwanzger (Anyblock Analytics)

DATE & TIME

Date: Friday, July 24, 2020

Time: 9h00-9h45

Mode: online talk via Zoom; Zoom dial-in URL will be sent previous to the online talk

WHY DO WE DO ONLINE TALKS? CORONA.

Blockchain and community building. This is our mission. The Corona virus did not make things easier for us, but we will now move our events online to help education and dissemination in the blockchain area.

You want to become our speaker? We aim at 500+ video conference participants per talk. Write to: team@disrupt-network.io

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LANGUAGE

This talk will be held in English.

CONTACT

Mail: team@disrupt-network.io

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/disrupt-network/

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