Blockchain and Innovation Club
This Johnson MBA club offers opportunities to network with specialists from the fintech industry and to engage in blockchain-based business initiatives.
Trends in Fintech
In this online course, participants analyze five major financial vertical markets in the fintech sector: robo-advising, peer-to-peer lending, insurance tech, currency and payment tech, and digital banking.
The Fintech Intensive at Cornell Tech comprises four courses led by distinguished fintech experts. MBAs complete a real field project, interact with industry leaders, and have the opportunity to present early-stage fintech business ideas in a business plan competition.
From Mining to Markets: The Evolution of Bitcoin Transaction Fees
In this co-authored paper, Maureen O’Hara (Johnson) investigates the role that transaction fees play in the Bitcoin blockchain’s evolution from a mining-based structure to a market-based ecology.
Cornell Blockchain Conference
Founded by undergraduates in the Cornell Nolan School, the Cornell Blockchain club hosts an annual NYC conference that has featured fintech industry leaders and highlighted platforms, regulation, security tokens, and more.
The Future of Money: Digital Currency
Eswar Prasad (Dyson) presents his views on the potential role of digital currencies in the U.S. economy and financial system. His testimony focuses on implications of the evolution of new financial technologies, including cryptocurrencies, for central banking.
Margaret (Peggy) KingsleyInstructor, NYC FinTech Intensive; Corporate Finance Senior Vice president, M&T Bank
Assistant Professor of Business Statistics, City University of Hong Kong