SFA organises Blockchain Bootcamp at Singapore Polytechnic
Singapore, 16th December 2016 – SFA partnered with ACCESS to organise a Blockchain bootcamp to about 30 students and lecturers at Singapore Poly on 16 Dec 2016. Basic concepts of FinTech, regulation and blockchain were introduced in the morning, followed by more advance concepts of blockchain in the afternoon before wrapping up with a blockathon, whereby the participants applied blockchain concepts to business use cases.
This event is part of SFA’s wider nation-wide initiative to educate, inform and communicate by developing a connected Fintech ecosystem, channeling effective and relevant information within key stakeholders. Interested in co-creating fintech education? Drop us an email at [email protected]
About Singapore Fintech Association
The Singapore Fintech Association (SFA) (https://singaporefintech.org )is a cross-industry non-profit organization designed to facilitate collaboration between all market participants and stakeholders in the FinTech ecosystem. Its members represent the full range of stakeholders in the FinTech industry, from early stage innovative companies to large financial players and service providers. The SFA also partners with institutions and other associations, from Singapore and globally, to cooperate on initiatives relating to the FinTech industry.
ACCESS, the Singapore Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Industry Association, promotes and protects the use and development of digital currencies and blockchain technologies. With responsible use and proper regulatory support, they see digital currency applications and distributed ledgers benefiting everyone. They support the efforts of their members by partnering with other organizations to promote our members interests across multiple industries.
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