Pengayaan Pengetahuan Investasi Digital Melalui Webinar Investasi dalam Era High Tech


  • Doro Edi
  • Yenni Merlin Djajalaksana
  • Julianti Kasih



cryptocurrency, gold, investments, stocks, webinar


Investment trends have changed significantly due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Traditional investments such as savings and deposits seem no longer as attractive as they used to be. The technology boom caused by the pandemic, is promoting a variety of new-style investments using technology such as stocks, cryptocurrencies, and gold that can be managed via online applications. Although investing for these three types has become a viral conversation in the country, many Indonesians still have limited knowledge and skills in this new era of investment. The Faculty of Information Technology, Maranatha Christian University, Indonesia intends to carry out Corporate Social Responsibility through the Community Service Program by educating the Indonesian people about topics in the new era of digital investment, and specifically wants to consider any factors related to investing in stocks, cryptocurrencies, and gold carefully. the right way. This intention has been realized by holding a Free Webinar that is open to everyone in Indonesia, although not limited to those in Indonesia with the topic “The Investment Puzzle: Stocks, Cryptocurrency, or Gold In The High Tech Era”. This Webinar was held on Saturday, June 19, 2021 via the Zoom Application and also broadcast through the YouTube Channel of the Faculty of Information Technology, Maranatha Christian University. The number of registrants reached 898 people but those who attended the realization were 462 participants from all types of circles and the wider community. Apart from being published on YouTube, this Webinar event has also been published in the form of news on MCU News and articles on Kompasiana.


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How to Cite

Doro Edi, Yenni Merlin Djajalaksana and Julianti Kasih 2021. Pengayaan Pengetahuan Investasi Digital Melalui Webinar Investasi dalam Era High Tech. Sendimas 2021 - Seminar Nasional Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat . 6, 1 (Nov. 2021), 80–86. DOI: