Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology can seem intimidating to newcomers. Even seasoned users need to stay informed on the latest technological developments in the space. But as lovers of liberty, these are subjects we should pay attention to. This is why Students For Liberty is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Horizen to help you meet with like-minded individuals to learn and share knowledge on cryptocurrencies!
Over the past decade, cryptocurrency has received a lot of attention for being a way to resist the power of central banks and as a revolutionary technology. That being said, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology, represent far more than just new currency. It represents freedom.
This is your opportunity to bring this revolution to your campus with Horizen!
Horizen is a privacy-oriented cryptocurrency designed to be used for payments and messaging that can be public, private, or anonymous. Horizen is also community led, so individuals are incentivized to cooperate, instead of speculate.
Our partners at Horizen want to make it possible for you to host campus meetups where you and your club can dive deeper into the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain. In fact, the team at Horizen will provide your club with the following to help make your event happen:
- $5 USD of Horizen transferred to your iPhone or Android Coinomi or ZEN wallet
- Laptop camera covers
Interested? Here is how it works! All you need to do is fill out the form at the bottom of the page, and a Horizen representative will follow up with you to help make the event happen. For your event, you will be able to host Horizen’s co-founder Rolf Versluis as a virtual speaker. Rolf will walk you and your club through an introduction to cryptocurrencies, explain why privacy is important and how blockchain can help, and explain how Horizen works.
Rolf also operates a private cryptocurrency mining facility with hundreds of operational systems, and has a blog and YouTube channel on crypto mining. For both Horizen and mining, Rolf uses his engineering background as well as management and leadership experience from running a 60 person IT company in Atlanta and as a US Navy nuclear submarine officer operating out of Hawaii. No doubt you and your team will be in good hands!
Sign up now so you never again have to ask, “what is cryptocurrency, anyways?”