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The presentation is about 45 – 60 mins long, intended for a college aged/young professional audience. We cover some of the basics of Jewish financial laws, the history of money, the development of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, and some moral lessons that can be drawn out from the concepts of Bitcoin and blockchain. If there’s enough time and interest, we can do a hands activity, giving out some real Bitcoin to audience members.

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