We host a range of events and programs to promote blockchain in Cambridge and beyond.
Teaching open-source courses.
Hosting programming workshops and hackathons.
Working with companies to develop strategic approaches to implement blockchain technologies.
Advising you on the different applications and possibilities implementing this technology.
Dedicated team of highly motivated students who are eager to build blockchain applications to match specific issues.
Researching new blockchain technology developments and translating these new changes into use cases.
Analysing the current state of both enterprise and public sector use of blockchain and DLT.
We are proud to announce the second Cambridge Blockchain Prize (CBPrize), jointly run by Cambridge Blockchain Society and Cambridge Blockchain Hub, sponsored by Farrer & Co, TODAQ and GEMS Education.
The CBPrize competition is an opportunity to win: £15k research support or venture funding, Mentorship, and Legal Services & Support. Our goal is to to keep supporting your ideas for ventures and research on decentralized technologies.
Excited? For more information, head to cbprize.com