MIT BITCOIN PROJECT IS LIVE – UNDERGRADUATES RECEIVE $100 IN BITCOIN
The MIT Bitcoin Project, aimed at stimulation knowledge and use of the cryptocurrency in the MIT student community, is live. All the MIT undergraduates who complete the initial survey before Sunday, November 2nd at 11:59pm will receive $100 in Bitcoin.
The project was established by MIT students Jeremy Rubin and Dan Elitzer, who raised half a million US dollars in a plan to distribute Bitcoin to every undergraduate at MIT.
Moving MIT to the Forefront of Bitcoin Research
Alex Morcos, an MIT graduate with a background on Wall Street, who recently co-founded cryptocurrency think-tank Chaincode Labs, funded half of the project. He said:
This post was published at Crypto Coins News on October 30, 2014.