Wolverine Crypto Trading Events

Town Halls are monthly meetings open to University of Michigan students, staff, and faculty; the Ann Arbor Community; and those in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry.


The Evolution and Future of Cryptoassets & Blockchain (March 19, 2018)

Join us as former UMich student, JEREMY GARDNER, shares his experience co-founding Augur. Augur is the world's first decentralized prediction market platform and currently the #42 cryptocurrency by Market Cap.

Jeremy will speak about (1) the evolution of cryptoassets, (2) his experience launching Augur, and (3) the future of blockchain technology.


Careers in Crypto (February 19, 2018)

We learned about (1) career paths in crypto, (2) challenges on the job and (3) advice for students.
PAUL JABAAY: Global Intelligence @ Coinbase, UMich Class of 2010
ALEX KHORIATY: Project Manager @ district0x, UMich Class of 2013 (previously Payment Specialist @ Coinbase)


Coding a Blockchain (February 13, 2018)

Blockchain technology has a host of applications outside of the scope of digital asset investments, including money transfer, voting, forecasting, real estate, healthcare and many others. 

Basic programming knowledge was highly recommended, but not required. The workshop was conducted with starter code & templates provided beforehand.

Further information on the syllabus can be found at : 


Crash Course on Cryptocurrencies (January 8, 2018)

For a Crash Course on Cryptocurrencies our traders presented on Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Ripple, Monero, Dash, NEO, IOTA & Vertcoin.

Attendees had the opportunity to meet the Wolverine Crypto Trading team and other students passionate about engaging in the emerging industries for crypto assets and blockchain technology.


Intro to Cryptocurrencies & Blockchain (November 27, 2017) 

Professor Andrew Wu (Ross): Beyond the Buzzwords
Professor Adriaens (Ross): Applications of Blockchain Outside of Banking
Sam Savant (CEO, TwoScoreTwo): Life as a Blockchain Entrepreneur



We're a student-run organization at the University of Michigan using real money to trade in the dynamic cryptocurrency market. We are dedicated to learning about cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and trading. Our team consists of undergraduates from a variety of backgrounds: Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Economics, and more.

Students had the chance to hear about WCT for the first time at its launch event.