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Bitcoin for Good: A Digital Currencies 101 for the Social Sector

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Bitcoin for Good: A Digital Currencies 101 for the Social Sector

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Decentralized digital currencies such as bitcoin and litecoin are a disruptive technology that are re-shaping the international financial sector. This session will introduce this technology and explore how the non-profit and social sector should approach incorporating it into their day to day activities.

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Scott Nelson (http://noosworx.com) founded Communicopia, one of Canada's first web companies, in 1993 and has made a career of helping the progressive sector adopt and use innovative technology. A staunch advocate of open technologies he became involved in digital currencies in 2010 and has helped numerous organizations benefit from it.

http://www.meetup.com/Vancouver-social-media-nonprofits-social-change/events/153741322/

Decentralized digital currencies such as bitcoin and litecoin are a disruptive technology that are re-shaping the international financial sector. This session will introduce this technology and explore how the non-profit and social sector should approach incorporating it into their day to day activities.

PRESENTER
Scott Nelson (http://noosworx.com) founded Communicopia, one of Canada's first web companies, in 1993 and has made a career of helping the progressive sector adopt and use innovative technology. A staunch advocate of open technologies he became involved in digital currencies in 2010 and has helped numerous organizations benefit from it.

http://www.meetup.com/Vancouver-social-media-nonprofits-social-change/events/153741322/

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  1. 1. Not having an Internet strategy in 1995, or a social media strategy in 2008, is the equivalent of not having a digital currency strategy now.
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