Singapore University of Social Sciences

Digital Assets – Fundamentals and How It Works in Practice

September 20, 2022

This 2-day course lays the foundation for a basic understanding, how blockchain and consensus mechanism work. It also introduces different types of digital assets, their storage and transfer value. Once the fundamental concepts are understood, the course runs the students through the value chain of digital asset banking. Also, it generates a basic understanding of decentralised finance (DeFi), including its risks, and compares against centralised financial services around digital assets. At the end of the course, an outlook is given on what the world can expect from Web 3.0 across verticals & horizontals by creating an understanding of the composability of elements involved.

Roland Schwinn
Board Member of Sygnum Singapore / Board Member of MSX (Muscat Securities Exchange)

Roland Schwinn is a Board Member of Sygnum Singapore. Before joining Sygnum, Roland was the Head of Eurex Asia, the derivatives exchange of Deutsche Boerse Group, where he was in charge for APAC & Middle East. He also served as a Director on the Board of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Roland started his career at the Deutsche Terminboerse (DTB – the predecessor of Eurex), the first electronic derivatives exchange in 1990. Currently. Roland also serves on the Board of the Muscat Stock Exchange in Oman.

This complimentary workshop is fully sponsored by the SUSS Inclusive FinTech fund. To allow us to continue to benefit more students and the community in the bid to promote an inclusive society, we seek your kind donation to the SUSS Inclusive FinTech fund.

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