The Tech and Implications of Cryptocurrency

January 8, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Stark Brewing Company - Bo's Lounge
500 Commercial Street

Life Members (in co-sponsorship with IEEE NH Section, NH Life Members, and the SEE Science Center, Manchester, NH)

Crypto Currency is getting to be a “big thing” even here in New England, as is the underlying Block Chain Technology. Join a discussion on the implications of cryptocurrency with a panel of experts at this joint IEEE and SEE Science Center event.

Chris Rietmann is the owner of a small New Hampshire business, Route 101 Local Goods, in Keene, NH, and Executive Director of Bitcoin Embassy NH; a project to provide education, networking and support to the growing cryptocurrency space. Chris has been active in cryptocurrencies since 2012, and his shop is home to the first publicly accessible Bitcoin Vending Machine in NH. His shop has accepted cryptocurrencies for payment since 2015. After spending decades working in information technology, Chris is an activist and entrepreneur, working with consumers and businesses to promote cryptocurrencies in everyday life. Classes for individuals and businesses are offered free of charge at the Embassy.

This meeting will be held at the Stark Brewing Company’s Bo’s Lounge, 500 Commercial St, Manchester, NH., Tuesday January 8th 6-8 p.m.

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Arrive early (5:30) for a good seat, and to be able to order your drink, dinner or such at your expense. Introductions and discussion with the panel including Chris will be 6-7:30 p.m. To answer questions, contact the coordinators via the vtools website.