Kryptosphere de Vinci is a student-run organization aiming to raise awareness about Blockchain and fintech technology and connect students in engineering schools and professionals in the industry. Classes on bitcoin and crypto-currencies going back to 2015, blockchain certification starting in 2016, Fintech major since 2020. The blockchain & cryptocurrency story goes on at ESILV with […]
It’s hype, it’s novel, it’s exciting, and it might change the world as we know it. 2021 was undoubtedly the year of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and it was also the year where non-fungible-tokens (NFTs), went truly mainstream.
If the past two years have proved anything, it is the importance of rapid adaptability when facing crisis and uncertainty. To prepare for 2022 and what it might hold, companies began accelerating their digital transformation and prioritizing specific technology trends.
We are all familiar with the traditional and typical engineering jobs and career paths you can pursue when you study engineering, but what if we told you that there are some exciting opportunities out there?
As blockchain continues to revolutionize our world, ESILV students learn new skills to perform in the Blockchain space optimally. The engineering projects provide hands-on experience on the technologies that are transforming the way we complete transactions. The fifth-year industrial innovation projects include partnerships with companies, startups and research labs that enable students to promote their work […]
When bitcoin is reaching new all-time highs, we take a closer look at the concrete initiatives taken at ESILV, the Pole Leonard de Vinci engineering school, and how they relate to the development of blockchains and cryptocurrency. ESILV is a pioneer in the teaching and development of these technologies at the crossroads of finance, mathematics […]
In a recent research paper entitled “ON PROFITABILITY OF NAKAMOTO DOUBLE SPEND“, using new mathematical proofs that he developed, Cyril Grunspan, Director of the Financial Engineering Programme at ESILV Graduate School of Engineering, demonstrates that the bitcoin’s network security is robust enough to require only 1 or 2 confirmations for average transactions. This hypothesis may […]
IBM hosted a half-day session which presented to ESILV students the latest digital innovations and industry news and trends. On 26th September, a meeting was held at the IBM Client Center Paris in Bois-Colombes between 5th year students in Computer Science, Big Data and Connected Objects and IBM experts. What was on the agenda ? […]
Art, electronic voting, actuarial work, music… Blockchain is not just about bitcoin. Anywhere there is a transaction, blockchain can bring security. The blockchain technology secures transactions with transparence, through an autonomous peer-to-peer design. Mainly known since the invention of cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin being the most famous of all, this technology is now used in various fields. […]
Craig Wright, the Australian entrepreneur who may be the creator of the Bitcoin, addressed ESILV students on the occasion of an exclusive conference on campus. At the heart of the talk, Bitcoin and its “future potential”. Now Chief Scientist of nChain, a company whose objective is to foster a new paradigm around the Bitcoin blockchain, […]