Meet The Team

The Digital Currency Canada team is dedicated to empowering organizations to advance the use and acceptance of both Blockchain and Digital Currency.  The team is Vancouver-based and represent a diverse background of disciplines that we feel is our greatest strength. We look forward to serving your team’s Digital Currency needs.

Alex Millar

Head Instructor

Alex is a Queen’s Engineering Physics grad. He has taught high school math and worked in software for four years with SQL databases. After hearing about Bitcoin in 2011, and buying his first in 2013, Alex has been studying Bitcoin full time since 2014. He shares his research and thoughts on his YouTube channel, which features technical videos such as, “What Bitcoin Miners Actually Do” and “How To Do A Multisignature Transaction” as well as the hit pseudo-comedy: “Dont Buy Bitcoin. It’s Gonna Crash. Alex has articles published on CoinDesk, including “Bitcoin and The Law of Conservation of Energy.”

In 2015 he ran for Member of Parliament in East Vancouver as an independent -to raise awareness about Bitcoin. Alex is active on Twitter, visit the link below.

Andrew Dunne


Andrew has attended BCIT (Marketing Management) as well as RED Academy (Digital marketing Professional) and has been working in sales for the past 15 years. After selling motorcycles and new homes, Andrew got started in the event and conference industry. Having worked on some of Vancouver’s largest consumer events (EAT! Vancouver, Vancouver Home Shows, etc.) as well as with a major tech association’s event team, he is well suited to deliver an amazing student experience at Digital Currency Canada. Andrew has been active in Bitcoin and Digital Currency for a little over a year and is most passionate about what this new wave of technology can do for society.

In his spare time, he likes to travel, cruise around town in his Datsun 280Z and explore all that the city has to offer. 

Interested in joining the Digital Currency Canada team?
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