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Thu, 12 Jul


91springboard Indiranagar

Decoding Cryptocurrencies through Visualization

This workshop is the culmination of the two most trending topics in the world today, and not one you should miss!

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Decoding Cryptocurrencies through Visualization
Decoding Cryptocurrencies through Visualization

Time & Location

12 Jul 2018, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

91springboard Indiranagar, George Thangaiah Complex, #21, 80 feet road, Near Sir CV Raman Hospital, Indiranagar, Kalyan Nagar, Indira Nagar 1st Stage, H Colony, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038, India


About the event

Cryptocurrencies have since inception been very cryptic, and while people see huge potential in the space (with good reason), investing in these tokens has been a challenge to understand. What makes one token more valuable than the other, where can people seek information to understand which token is worth the investment, and what is the makeup of a good crypto portfolio? To understand these markets we are going to deep dive into the data through interactive visualizations, and with the help of these visuals, share a story on what we think are key performance indicators in this space. This workshop is the culmination of the two most trending topics in the world today, and not one you should miss!

Topics covered:

  • Price and Volume Trends
  • Regulations and Risks
  • Analytics for Cryptocurrencies
  • Visualization Biases

Note on the Speakers:

Ryan Chadha graduated with a Masters in Finance from Cambridge University. Since then, he has worked at numerous commodity trading firms and dealt with some of the biggest pension funds in the world. He is fascinated by the power of decentralized systems to disrupt the existing financial systems.

Dr. Anand Lakshmanan has helped academic institutions and corporations deep dive into their data and make better decisions. He has 17+ years experience in academia and industry. Most recently he worked at Apple in Cupertino, California as an Antenna Design Engineer for 6 years. He has published or co-published several papers and holds 7 patents. He believes that all scientists and professionals need to be data-savvy to make decisions and persuade actions.

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