Bitcoin, Blockchain, and the Future of Trust

Are you future-proof? Is your business future-proof? Financial Technologies are rapidly disrupting how businesses, banks, and even governments operate. Forcing us all to keep up or get left behind. Covid-19 has already shown us the way forward. The jobs of the future are digital-first. According to a recent study, 1 in 7 Americans do not have the skill sets needed for the jobs of tomorrow. Do you?
In this free 1 hour webinar, we’ll explore what is Bitcoin, Blockchain, and how it’s all connected to the future of trust. Join us on July 13, 2021, at 11:00 am.
You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Jul 13, 2021, 11:00 AM Eastern Time
(US and Canada)
Topic: Bitcoin, Blockchain, and the
Future of Trust
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TCC’s Workforce Development is excited to bring this, free webinar titled Bitcoin, Blockchain, and the Future of Trust.  Join Damu Winston as he shares his vast knowledge of this subject matter. Damu Winston, MBA, PMP has over 15 years of progressive experience delivering value-added consulting and training programs to fuel global growth, competitive advantage, innovation, and digital transformations for Fortune 500 organizations. As a seasoned emerging technology practitioner, he has a passion for finance and technology and creating new ways to leverage synergies between the two disciplines.
Having had the privilege of working with some of the most disruptive organizations that are reinventing financial services, he has first-hand insights and lessons learned. In his 2019 Amazon best-selling book, “I Don’t Trust You, But Blockchain and Bitcoin will help”, he explores the whys and hows of blockchain from a business perspective, cutting through the technical jargon, and making this emerging technology easy to understand for anyone who reads it.
He also delivers a range of future-focused programs, such as Future Proof Banker, Blockchain for leaders, and various other FinTech programs internationally and domestically. Including, but not limited to, training for all 48 Banking and financial services providers (such Barclays, Citibank, Standard Chartered, HSBC, and more) within the United Arab Emirates.
Excluding his professional accomplishments, Damu mentors innovative FinTech start-ups, and is a frequent speaker at international conferences, and contributes regularly to industry publications. Damu holds an MBA from the Hult International Business School, and a BA in Computer Science from North Carolina A&T State University.