Virtual Lunch & Learn Lecture - Cryptocurrencies & NFTs

The Real Deal or a Bubble? Are you an investor or a speculator?

Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT (Convert to your local time zone)
Location: Zoom (you will be sent the link when you register)

Join Florida Tech Business & Finance faculty member Tim Muth for this intriguing Lunch & Learn Lecture!

Bitcoin, Dogecoin, stablecoins, NFTs, and other new, exotic financial products have been getting a lot of publicity. Do you (or anyone) understand them? Should you invest in them? Will governments regulate them, and if so, what does this mean for you?

We will have an exciting, fun-filled discussion about these topics and see if Florida Tech graduates are savvy enough to decide if these digital currencies are the real deal or just a lot of hype!

Faculty Bio

Tim Muth teaches in the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business and has been a Florida Tech faculty member for fourteen years. He teaches courses in international business, personal finance, and creativity & innovation.

Tim holds a B.S. degree from Florida State University and an MBA degree from Wake Forest University. He held senior management positions in the semiconductor industry with Intersil Corporation and Harris Corporation. He has extensive international experience and a broad business background managing marketing, business development, and supply chain management organizations.

Tim is active in numerous non-profit organizations. He has been teaching Junior Achievement courses in local elementary, middle, and high schools for many years. Tim was the Board Chairperson for a local non-profit addressing homelessness. He travels to Haiti frequently to perform educational-related volunteer work in several remote Haitian villages.

In 2011, Tim received the Phi Eta Sigma award for Excellence in Teaching and the 2016 Teacher of the Year award from the College of Business. He was also awarded the Student Government Association's Professor of the Year (College of Business) in 2019/2020 and 2020/2021.