what we are doing
An introduction to Bitcoin. Bitcoin is an open source, secure crypto-currency that is gaining traction all over the world.
what you will learn
How it works: how bitcoins are mined, how they're traded, and their potential impact on the global economy.
skill required beginner
your chalkler will be
Robert O'Brien, a software developer, designer and entrepreneur who has been working on large scale distributed financial market systems and wholesale B2B/B2C Payments for well over 17 years. He currently is working on the application of financial cryptography to build new mobile [NFC] phone payments for complimentary currency systems and person-to-person markets.
what to bring
A laptop or tablet if you have one, not strictly necessary
Anyone wanting to learn more about bitcoins
cost 15.00 (incl. GST, if any)
how to book and pay
We expect pre-payment for all classes.
RSVP and pay using this paypal link
deposit 15.00 into chalkle's Kiwibank account:
Reference:[masked] - Your name
Chalkle° enables learning for communities in real life. Small affordable classes mean high value for participants, extracting the knowledge and skills otherwise hidden within the community. chalkle° redefines what it means to be a teacher or a learner, helping everyone undertake training in practical, artistic or academic skills while fostering lifelong learning.
Chalkle° expects pre-payment for all classes. If you have not paid you will be placed on the waiting list to allow other chalklers to attend. You will be moved to attending once chalkle° has received confirmation of your payment.
If you RSVP for a class and fail to show up, you will get a "no show". Three no shows means you will be removed from chalkle°. You may request to rejoin after six months.
If you cancel your RSVP:
- less than 3 days before = no refund
- after 7pm the night before = no refund and a "no show" will be recorded
Whilst every possible assistance will be offered, chalkle°, teachers and members cannot be held responsible for any accident, injuries or losses sustained leading up to, during, or after a class.