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Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is pleased to welcome Members 1st Federal Credit and Diamante Blockchain as sponsors of the 2022 Shred the System:  Driving the Crypto and Blockchain Revolution conference on March 2, 2022.

Members 1st serves nearly half a million members through its network of almost 60 branch locations throughout Central Pennsylvania, as well as its robust digital banking and call center channels.

Diamante Blockchain is a global, decentralized finance platform successfully ​​implementing and developing a competitive blockchain-enabled ecosystem for trade, payments, and financing.

“We are grateful to our sponsors for the support of this conference. This allows us to offer the event at no charge for attendees and helps further position the region as a knowledge center for blockchain and cryptocurrency topics,” says Dr. Eric Darr, Harrisburg University president. 

“As a member-owned institution, it is our responsibility to be at the forefront of technology,” says Members 1st Chief Experience Officer Mike Wilson. “Our reliable and innovative partners allow us to continue keeping our members’ safety and security top of mind. We are grateful for the opportunity to work with partners like Harrisburg University.”

Harrisburg University’s free, one-day cryptocurrency conference, March 2, 2022, convenes the brightest minds and biggest innovators in their fields. In freewheeling, interactive sessions, pioneers in business, regulation, research, and banking will share their views on the role of crypto and blockchain today, and their future in a digitized world.   Sessions presented on three tracks will explore business strategies, the future of finance, investment strategies, gaming, entrepreneurship, cyber threats, and other hot topics – all from a blockchain/crypto-centric perspective.  More on the conference is found online at

Harrisburg University offers a 36-semester hour Master of Science degree in Next Generation Technologies that concentrates on the next generation of technologies that could cause major disruptions in the way we live and work. Blockchain is a concentration in the program. More information is found online at


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