Recently, a group at Columbia University selected Skrumble Network as the focus of a blockchain case study project.
They analyzed the problem Skrumble Network is trying to solve and how our proprietary technology and independent blockchain can help restore data privacy and freedom of speech to a global audience. Later, they gave a presentation on Skrumble Network to their large class which was an incredible success!
As part of our collaboration with the blockchain students of Columbia University, our Co-Founder Eric Lifson has been personally mentoring students there. The students have shared valuable insights and feedback on our project and both Eric and the students are excited for future mentoring sessions!
Check out some pictures of the presentation and mentoring session here:
About Columbia University
Columbia University is a private Ivy League research university in New York City. Established in 1754, Columbia is the oldest institution of higher-education in New York and the fifth-oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. Columbia is ranked number 3 in the country in terms of best colleges and has an undergraduate student body of 6,100.
Skrumble Network (SKM) is a completely new, innovative blockchain powering application ecosystems that centers on creating the most secure connections for communication possible. It is a blockchain uniquely optimized for secure communication-centric connections and transactions. With no middle entity or centralized server host in between to censor, block or manipulate any data, Skrumble Network’s blockchain and application ecosystem will be a catalyst for data privacy and help to truly democratize communication on a global scale.
Learn more about Skrumble Network (SKM) by visiting skrumble.network.