On the 29th of December, the faculty of administrative science and economics hosted a seminar by Re-coded NGO.
The seminar discussed the blockchain technology and how it is the first technology that enables the transfer of digital ownership in a decentralized and trustless manner.
Mr. Ehsan Mamakani the presenter of the seminar and is a program assistant and blockchain trainer at Re:Coded. NGO shed the light on the main concepts of this technology and how it is shaping the future. Audience from Business, Accounting, Banking and finance, and international relation department joined the seminar and an invitation for IT faculty also sent which resulted as an interesting experience for both presenter and audience and led to a Q&A session which reflected a high level of interest in the blockchain technology.
The Bio of the presenter:
Bio: Ehsan Mamakani is a program assistant and blockchain trainer at Re:Coded. Ehsan holds a bachelors degree in computer engineering. His main focus in technology lies between blockchain and FinTech.