Mission Statement

We believe Bitcoin has the potential to be not just a digital currency, but the future of money. While it is still in the early stages, we see Bitcoin as a protocol or platform on which financial and non-financial transactions can be conducted and verified as part of a global public ledger. Bitcoin lies at the intersection of several important academic research areas, including cryptography, distributed computing, graph theory, finance, and economics. The MIT Bitcoin Club seeks to provide forums where Bitcoin-related ideas, projects, programs, events, and businesses can be studied, discussed, and developed. Through club activities, we seek to increase awareness and use of Bitcoin within and beyond the MIT community.

Getting Involved

  • Read this.
  • Subscribe to our Mailing List┬áto get our weekly newsletter
  • We hold meetings every week during the school year, open to all students and anyone with an interest in bitcoin and cryptocurrency discussion
  • All other scheduled events outside the meetings will always be free and open to the public, if we do not explicitly report otherwise
  • Our code of conduct prohibits company recruitment during meetings. We will work with you to host an event if you would like, see our archives for examples
  • Join the conversation on our Slack

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