Texas Science Museum to host blockchain events
Posted On July 18, 2021
Youngstown, Ohio – A science museum in Youngstown Ohio is hosting blockchain events on its site to help students learn more about blockchain technology.
The Youngstown Science Museum has hosted an online conference entitled “Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: The Future of Money” on the website of the Youngstown Blockchain Alliance.
The Youngstown museum is the largest science museum outside of San Francisco and has been one of the first science museums in the United States to open a blockchain lab in 2014.
The blockchain technology behind bitcoin and blockchain applications has emerged in recent years, including the development of bitcoin debit cards, bitcoin blockchain-enabled vending machines and bitcoin-enabled peer-to-peer lending.
The Dallas Blockchain Center is the only accredited blockchain center in the world, with an accredited member of the U.S. Senate and a national advisory board.
The Texas Science & Tech Museum in Austin, Texas, hosts the first annual Blockchain Education Conference, which is free and open to the public.
The museum also hosts the annual Blockchain Summit, which takes place every April.
In 2018, the museum opened its doors to blockchain experts from around the world for a three-day event.
The full list of upcoming blockchain events can be found at the Youngsstown Science & Technology Museum’s website.