YSE 2018 Workshop
Block-Change: Blockchain for Social Change
The SIF's Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) programme seeks to inspire, equip and enable youth to embark on social enterprises in Singapore and beyond. The programme nurtures a multinational network of social entrepreneurs, where the power of ideas, know-how and resources can be harnessed to enrich lives and effect positive change for a better world.
There is increasing adoption of blockchain technology worldwide. Secure by design, blockchains provide transparency and accountability, which makes them particularly suitable for recording and managing transactions.
Besides disrupting industries, can blockchain technology to create social impact? How can blockchain create change – what are the factors contributing to its adoption, what are the risks involved and what is the potential in this area for investors, changemakers, techies and the underserved population?
Join our international changemakers and industry practitioners at the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) workshop 2018 to discuss how we can leverage on this emerging technology to maximise social impact.
231 Mountbatten Road
|Time:||15:30 - 18:00|
|Date:||22 Mar 2018|
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