In line with the vision behind the Masters Programme in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies, which is to demystify blockchain technology from various professions, two University of Malta lecturers, namely Dr Joshua Ellul, Director of the Centre for Distributed Ledger Technologies, and Prof. Gordon Pace from the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, are opening up a remote session to the public.
The session, titled A Virtual Introduction to Blockchain, Smart Contracts and DLT, will be held on Tuesday April 14 between 17:30 and 20:30.
It is ideal for those who have no background in the area and wish to gain an understanding in regards to what the technology means to them and how it may impact services in the future.
“Given the current COVID-19 situation we felt it would be ideal to provide a public lecture to help those who are stuck inside by taking their mind off the situation for a while, and at the same time can learn about this exciting technology”, said Dr Ellul, before commenting on how the Centre for Distributed Ledger Technologies is working around the clock to make sure quality material is delivered in spite of the circumstances.
Follow progress on the event via its Facebook event page.