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Phoenix, AZ /

Citizen Workshops

University of Advancing Technology 2625 W Baseline Rd , Tempe, (map)

CITIZEN WORKSHOPS FOR DESERT BLOCKCHAIN

DESERT BLOCKCHAIN CITIZENS HAVE PRIORITY FOR RSVPS

To become a Desert Blockchain Citizen go to:

https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1780001

2:00 to 2:55 PM Room 202

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRYPTOCURRENCY

How to Guide to Cryptocurrency -

ANASTASIYA MASLOVA, Nexus

BRIAN SMITH, Nexus

Workshop # 1 Leaders

HOW TO:

- Setting up a wallet and or account

- Cryptocurrency security considerations

- Transaction demonstrations

3:00 to 3:55 PM Room 202

NEXUS DEEP DIVE & CITIZEN BENEFITS

JAY CARPENTER - Workshop # 2 Leader

Topics:

- Why is this cryptocurrency different from others

- Why do people prefer this cryptocurrency

- Cryptocurrency considerations in addition to the basics

- Citizen Draws for Nexus Conference Tickets - Demonstration

NOTE: ALL CONTENT IS INFORMATIONAL AND NOT A RECOMMENDATION!!!

ASSUME ANY FUNDS YOU PLACE IN ANY CRYPTOCURRENCY REFERENCED IN THESE WORKSHOPS WILL RESULT IN A COMPLETE LOSS. ANY ACTIONS YOU TAKE RESULTING FROM THE INFORMATION YOU RECEIVE AT THIS WORKSHOP ARE YOUR CHOICE AND FULL RESPONSIBILITY.

4:00 to 4:55 PM Room 202

JASON HANANIA

"Technodemocracy Workshop"

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THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE RECORDED OR LIVE STREAMED

BIO:

Jason Hanania is a patent attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area, a former FBI agent, and the author of Architecture of a Technodemocracy (https://www.amazon.com/Architecture-Technodemocracy-Technology-Revolutionize-Governments-ebook/dp/B07CMPKGXD/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=).

"Technodemocracy Workshop":

(1) [15 mins] Concise technical presentation regarding the:

- Four powers of government,

- Four rights required in any democracy, and

- U.S. Constitution.

(2) [25 mins] Interactive workshop examining whether the 1st and 2nd Amendments to the U.S. Constitution protect blockchain, including examination of the civil rights problems surrounding:

- Internet regulation (loss of "net neutrality"),

- Surveillance,

- BitLicenses, and

- Voting blockchain.

(3) [dispersed 15 mins] Comments/Q&A.

(4) BLOCKCHAIN VOTING DEMONSTRATION - Jason Hanania

DESERT BLOCKCHAIN CITIZENS WILL HAVE PRIORITY TO ATTEND.

SEE DESERTBLOCKCHAIN.com TO BECOME A CITIZEN OF THE DESERT BLOCKCHAIN COMMUNITY OR GO TO:

https://www.patreon.com/DesertBlockchain

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