One day in-person workshop to learn basics of blockchain:
What the Duck is Crypto?
Proven experiential learning methods 🦆
Learning about blockchain is important but tough to navigate.
Cryptocurrencies, Web3, NFTs, Metaverse… you hear all these buzzwords thrown around, and you want to test the waters of blockchain and crypto for your company.
Do any of these even make sense for your business?
You want to understand and innovate, but deep down you're still wondering:
“If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.”
We engage all your senses to immerse you into the world of crypto, giving you and your team practical skills ‘to fish’. We explain and deconstruct difficult subjects in a simple and playful manner.
You will learn by doing - nothing beats an in person experience!
'Proof of work' in action.
What teams is this workshop for?
This workshop is designed for all: no financial or computer science background required! If you and your team are curious and eager to keep up with new technologies, What the Duck is Crypto is made for you!
You will learn tons and have an amazing team building experience. It’ll be the talk of office water cooler for weeks!
8 - 10
What topics do we cover?
We will go over the fundamentals of crypto with your team. Do you want to cover a specific topic or if there is a buzzword that’s not included in the list?
Let us know and we will personalise the experience depending on your needs and interests.
Understanding how money works.
The ethos of cryptocurrencies.
Understanding the industry: the world of Web3 and DeFi.
Demystifying NFTs and the Metaverse.
How it all works: proof of work and proof of stake.
Being your own bank: public / private key encryption.
How to store your crypto safely.
Cryptocurrency wallet workshop.
Meet your instructors!
With our experience in crypto and experiential learning, we will explain and deconstruct complex subjects in a simple and playful manner.
We can teach in English and French, and support your team in German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.